This Week In Politics: Dante's Inferno

Friday, August 23, 2013


Dante de Blasio provides a big lift for his dad, who finds himself increasing in the line of fire as the primary approaches.  Meantime, the primary gets hotter and hotter, with slaps, verbal jabs, and frantic elbowing between the candidates.  And a sound rejection of a key plank of the Bloomberg legacy characterizes This Week in Politics.  WNYC's Andrea Bernstein, Anna Sale, and Jessica Gould break it down.


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Comments [2]

Ozzy from Lower East Side

A vote for Bill De Blasio is a vote for Joe Lhota. Don't let a teenager decide a grown-ups election which requires actual experience.

Sep. 07 2013 04:44 PM
Gary from Greenwich Village

Christine Quinn's legacy will be the utter destruction of Greenwich Village ... allowing the malignant expansion of NYU and closing down a major neighborhood hospital to enrich her developer friends ....

Aug. 25 2013 01:45 AM

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