“Last seen embarrassing himself in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. If seen please tell him to immediately return to New York and do the job he was elected to do.”
Have you seen this man?
Posters seeking information on New York City’s missing Mayor de Blasio, who has been busy campaigning for president, have popped up around midtown NYC.
“Last seen embarrassing himself in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. If seen please tell him to immediately return to New York and do the job he was elected to do,” read the posters.
The posters were created by Jason Selvig who told the New York Post “he launched the campaign in an effort to convince the mayor to step away from his 2020 White House bid — amid various polls showing him at zero percent.”
“I want to use this platform to formally ask Bill de Blasio to use his CNN town hall on Sunday night to withdraw from the presidential race and to apologize to New Yorkers on live television for the embarrassment he has caused to the city with his disastrous campaign,” Selvig said.
As of Saturday at 1:30 p.m., the “de Blasio for resident” account had yet to receive a single email in support of his presidential bid, according to Selvig.
“It seems like this country is full of people who either don’t know who Bill de Blasio is or wish they didn’t know who Bill de Blasio is,” Selvig said.
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