Bill De Blasio Leaves Race, Shares What He Learned On Trail | Morning Joe | MSNBC

Bill De Blasio Leaves Race, Shares What He Learned On Trail | Morning Joe | MSNBC 1

NYC Mayor Bil de Blasio joins Morning Joe to announce he is suspending his campaign, what he learned on the trail, why he didn't break through the way other candidates did, who he may support and why he says the country needs a progressive.
Aired On 9/20/19.
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Bill De Blasio Leaves Race, Shares What He Learned On Trail | Morning Joe | MSNBC

29 Comments on "Bill De Blasio Leaves Race, Shares What He Learned On Trail | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. Now onto his next vanity project, one presumes. One thing these rich people never seem to have much of is common sense.

  2. Funny how he is starting to sound like Andrew Yang

  3. If we do nothing about taxing AI robot workers, lots of people will.be cast aside. This is not good for the people.

  4. de Blasio fits right in on Morning Joe. Comes on to bash the Dems, so they welcome him with open arms. The GOP are the ones who have undermined unions, and done nothing to help displaced workers, and on top of that, want to take away any access they might have to affordable healthcare. Where affordable means premiums will fit within a budget of $30K a year.

    • “lower your expectations” Obama created the 30 hour X 2 work week, and the Corporate obamacare penalty is still a burden on the very businesses who employ….poor people. Trump has more people working in general, and more minorities than ever. “done nothing to help displaced workers”. Really?
      And about those unions – $50 to $70 per hour (including fringes) is almost as much as AOC makes. Orange man bad. Yeah.

    • @I P You’re right, Obama care forced millions ,like me to pay over $3800.00 each year for something I did not want. But they don’t care what it cost anyone else as long as they get it free.And Unions would not exist if not for sucking on government projects where they can charge what they want, drag out the jobs forever and answer to no one.

    • @mark price I come from the land of Boeing, where that NEVER happened.

  5. Hey Bill, you just ignored Andrew Yang’s policy on automation. WTF

  6. AND DE BLASIO GETS THROWN OVER THE TOP AND HE’S OUT OF THE ROYAL RUMBLE!!!

  7. Andrew Yang should be the next president because even the other nominees are looking to him. We need someone prepared for the future of humanity who better than Yang.

  8. Russian trolls are out in full force on this one.

  9. He drops out just in time to make it to the Nevada Area 51 search for aliens.

  10. Working people are important. Pay them for their work.and what they deserve.

    • michaelthemovieman | September 20, 2019 at 7:55 PM | Reply

      de Blasio doesn’t care about other people. The hood needs to catch up with him when he gets back to New York.

  11. He never had a chance

  12. Love Bill. Lots of people hate on him. He’s a good voice for the Progressive movement. 🤷‍♂️

  13. Tom & Jenny Elkins | September 20, 2019 at 3:30 PM | Reply

    VAT the robots and pay the people. #YangGang

  14. It sounds like he’s talking about Andrew Yang. Who is talking about all this stuff.

  15. They wants jobs and UBI!

  16. Me Bill why you just joint the YANG GANG

  17. Bill you are proposing Yang’s ideas. You’re clearly on the Yang Gang!

  18. A robot tax is so dumb. We want more automation, not less. We want Andrew Yang’s Freedom Dividend. Universal Basic Income (UBI) is the way to go. A robot tax would put the U.S. at a disadvantage to other countries.

  19. I guess Bill couldn’t even give a nod to Andrew Yang for already having the policy dealing with the automation issue as a core plank in his campaign . Maybe because it’s forbidden to mention Yang on this program.

  20. Alexander Wells | September 21, 2019 at 8:48 AM | Reply

    Bill de Blasio is back in the big apple as mayor of New York.

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