NYC Mayoral Candidate Says ‘Serious Time’ Requires ‘Serious Candidate’ | Morning Joe | MSNBC

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Wall Street executive Ray McGuire formally announced his run for New York City mayor in December, and he joins Morning Joe to discuss why he's running for office. Aired on 12/29/2020.
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NYC Mayoral Candidate Says 'Serious Time' Requires 'Serious Candidate' | Morning Joe | MSNBC

28 Comments on "NYC Mayoral Candidate Says ‘Serious Time’ Requires ‘Serious Candidate’ | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. So I learned nothing…

  2. DingFooking Dong | December 29, 2020 at 10:08 AM | Reply

    Normally : with great power comes great responsibility!
    America : With great power comes less accountability!

  3. You couldn’t pay me enough to take that job! Good luck.

  4. No wall street candidates folks. There are other choices.

  5. The impact of trump’s continuing deliberate neglect is now cutting into the bone of american angst causing unnecessary strife and anxiety for millions and actual death for thousands. He has had since May (seven months ago) many opportunities to roll up his sleeves and get directly involved. Now at the point of presidential sign off he stalls. This is much more than just irresponsible leadership abdication. This is criminal negligence!

  6. Bebe Butterfield | December 29, 2020 at 10:27 AM | Reply

    Something bad in his eyes.

  7. ANYONE is better than Lurch.

  8. Drop out, buddy. This one belongs to Maya Wiley.

  9. Difficult to trust Wall Street executives and magnates…

    Have we learned nothing?

    Why have the rich govern over the poor?

    They’re only experts at making money…that’s where they belong; not necessarily in government.

    To govern over the perpetual, majority civilian populace; there needs to govern civil/social experts.

  10. If he can say with a straight face $600 will mean so much to so many after 8 months with nothing I hate him already he has no idea about what people are going through

  11. Never vote for anyone from the finance or real estate industries.

  12. how to with nona | December 29, 2020 at 11:32 AM | Reply

    another wall streeter!

  13. One thing for sure, Deblasio, Cuomo, Gavin Newsome and a few more kooky governors and mayors from Washington or Oregon state, etc. are top contenders for the realtor or the year award.

  14. Deblasio is very serious!
    ** About his devout Marxist beliefs**

  15. A Wall Street executive …ok…that’s bad enough.

  16. Serious is as serious does. Let us take things in a serious manner.

  17. Pick me, pick me, more money! 🤑

  18. Joris Suffuhrt | December 29, 2020 at 3:22 PM | Reply

    Lets hope that 2021 will be a year where corona is just a beer and donald is just a duck.

  19. Maya Wiley is so much more articulate, credible, and qualified.

  20. RAY MCGUIRE IS A WALL STREET EXECUTIVE ENOUGH SAID HE WILL WORK FOR THEM NOT THE AVERAGE PERSON. TAX THE RICH!

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