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The Mayor has begun to praise his plan for universal health, which has prompted left-side co-host Joy Behar to tell the mayor of the Democrats that he sounds Republican because he said that healthcare for all should be provided locally. "They believe in the little government," she said. the host radically compares the left mayor of New York with "Republicans," said Christine Marsh, an analyst at the Media Research Center. "The hosts gave Bill De Blazio a heavier shake than most news programs but still praised his socialist health plan that guarantees free health care for illegal aliens."
De Blazius told Behar that he suggested that in the best way he was "laughing by comparison with a member of the PI."
De Blazius adheres to the typical liberal lines of health care that are "universal right ", even claiming that his plan will save the city's money because there are no criminals. You do not have to go to the emergency room so often to get health care, and that will prevent everyone else from getting sick, as Marsh writes.
ABC NEWS STAR JOY BEHAR KIM JOHN UH, PUTTINE ALSO Then things became interesting when the trained co-op Wopie Goldberg turned to his thoughts about New York.
"You know what really drank me … built 83 miles or protected cycling paths. I love bikes, I love people who quarrel, but I do not think you understand the effect of taking something like Tenth Avenue, which is six bands, to two-thirty, "Goldberg said. – Especially when you have a winter storm and you can not move. None of this is mobile. "
New York Post even portrayed the first-page interview that ridiculed the mayor's head:" I can go to the ass, "noting that Goldberg told de Blasio that he really" stuck the city.
Goldberg had not finished complaining about the changes made by Blasius in the Big Apple.
"I'm also upset that you love these bikes, but you're not telling people to put a helmet," she said. "This is a problem".
De Blazio responded, saying the plan was to reduce road traffic accidents and deaths. she does not have the luxury of maneuvering the town with a police escort as the privileged politician.
"You might want to look at some of this," she said.