Michael Bloomberg. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty)
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg
recently sat down with Katie Couric for his first extended interview since leaving office, and claimed he’s not missing City Hall all that much.
“I literally don’t think about it,” Mr. Bloomberg told the Yahoo News host, when asked whether he was suffering from withdrawal following 12 years as the city’s mayor.
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Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg marching n last year’s parade. (Photo: Ramin Talaie/Getty)
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg said in an interview broadcast today that skipping the St. Patrick’s Day Parade–as his successer, Bill de Blasio plans to do–could “harden” parade organizers’ anti-LGBT views.
The official parade down Fifth Avenue prohibits openly gay groups from marching, prompting numerous officials to boycott the festivities this year. But Mr. Bloomberg said that, while he agrees the parade’s policy is “misguided,” skipping out likely won’t help.
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Katie Couric interviewing former Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the UN. (screenshot: news.yahoo.com)
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg sat down with Yahoo News anchor Katie Couric for his first major interview since leaving office, where he finally weighed in on his successor, Bill de Blasio, after months of silence.
Though he vowed not to criticize Mr. de Blasio after leaving City Hall, Ms. Couric was able to press Mr. Bloomberg into slamming both his policies and rhetoric throughout the 30-minute interview.
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