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Sir. de Blasio often says he has a "story" about New York's achievements, but his own story is also convincing. He was born in Warren Wilhelm Jr. German-American father and Italian-American mother; his father, a veteran who fought against alcoholism, later killed himself. His relationship with his father was tense, and p. De Blasio finally took the name of his mother
Massachusetts, p. Later, he held campaigns with Hillary Clinton and Charles B. Rangel, and then took up office as a member of New York City Council, public attorney and mayor.
Some p. De Blas's colleagues frightened the idea of becoming president and called on him to refuse to study the occupation of the White House, but to focus on Neringa's New York problem, such as public housing, high homelessness, and underground troubles. Mr de Blasio said that many of the answers in the city are 200 miles outside of the country's capital.
"I am worried that I think our federal government is not helping a lot in New York City and we are always suffering from bad policies in Washington," Blas said at a press conference last month. He mentioned the lack of a national infrastructure plan and the lack of health policy. "So our country needs real change," he said. "If they do not happen, New York will continue to suffer."
The mayor will have to create a huge drawback of unfavorable fundraising because he accumulates campaign staff and closes the allegedly insurmountable gap in polls. Last month in Monmouth University, Mr de Blasio had zero utility: 24 percent. Like it, 24 percent Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont is the only candidate with a higher handicap, 26 percent, but his level of favorability was 67 percent.