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Interview matt mckay – LFRE

Interview matt mckay

Interview matt mckay

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The two-person party at the O’Neill-Khan table, as one would expect, began with 더킹카지노a hearty, hearty toast.

One of the two former mayor candidates, Matt McKay, has also come into the conversation, taking questions in front of the mayor of New York City. As far as the candidates and their supporters go, there’s a lot of talk about Donald Trump. If he does win in November, McKay said, « we’re hoping we can work with him to make New York City safer. I think that’s one of the best things in politics. »

McKay is a former Marine who served in Afghanistan, and then served as a senior adviser in the Obama White House, according to his profile on the website of the New York Times, which, coincidentally, has a lengthy story on the campaign. In it, McKay described his support for Trump:

Donald Trump is absolutely brilliant and I think if his supporters are fed up with government and politicians being bo바카라ught and paid off by rich interests, that’s exactly what we need to see.

That support from the mayor of New York is a big deal for McKay. Back in February, the Democratic primary in New York — a state that has only just voted — saw a very similar outcome to 바카라that of New Hampshire: The establishment frontrunners, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, both failed to get as much attention as they would have liked. And as McKay says, it’s all because of one man.

Former Democratic New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is running for mayor again in 2018, was widely seen as having the support of Democratic primary voters in New York. Bloomberg, who famously declared himself a third-party candidate last year in the hopes of making himself less of a liability for President Trump, is also facing a lawsuit from Democratic lawyers who are asking him to pay out $450 million in unpaid child support.

« We think a third party candidate, I’m not sure, » McKay said during the dinner. « We’re kind of starting from scratch on this one as opposed to a super-experienced candidate like Bloomberg. We’ve been in the politics of politics for 25 years. That is just the way it is. All we need to go do is talk to people around the country. »

The only major candidate without any connections in either major party, McKay said, is « someone who is really committed to being accountable. He’s doing a reall