Bill de Blasio Burned Out When New York Needed Him Most

Bill de Blasio Burned Out When New York Needed Him Most
A few months before the beginning of one of the most trying years in New York City’s history, Bill de Blasio was in Des Moines, Iowa, sitting unbothered on the veranda of an administrative building on the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

Devoid of context, it was a strange place to find the mayor of the nation’s largest city. With proper context, it was even stranger. De Blasio traveled over 1,000 miles to the annual mecca of fried food and obscenely large farm animals because he was running for president, and
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