Residents of New York City overwhelmingly voted to re-elect far left Mayor Bill de Blasio.
During his inauguration ceremony, Bill appeared to take a direct shot at President Trump.
Monday at his inauguration ceremony, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio said, “In this heyday of hatred, this new dawn of divisiveness, we in our city refuse to be dragged down to a place we know is beneath us.”
More from The Hill:
“We will not be passive in the face of regression. We will not ignore or deny the threat. We will confront it head on. To do anything less would be an affront to our very identity as New Yorkers,” De Blasio said.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who is seen as a likely presidential candidate in 20202, presided over De Blasio’s swearing-in ceremony.
Sanders praised De Blasio and his administration, saying they understand “our job is to bring people together with love and compassion, and to end the divisions and the attacks that are taking place.”
— Spectrum News NY1 (@NY1) January 1, 2018
Bill, the only people being divisive are Democrats. Trump does not see color and his policies have shown that.
Get it together, man!