Mayor Eric Adams takes shot at Bill DeBlasio’s Spanish skills

Mayor Eric Adams took a jab at his predecessor, Invoice de Blasio, on Tuesday at a light-hearted Metropolis Corridor occasion along with his counterpart from the Spanish capital, the chief government of Madrid.

Adams made the crack when requested if he speaks Spanish or is studying the language by a reporter who noticed that Hizzoner — in contrast to predecessors de Blasio and Michael Bloomberg — doesn’t make remarks at press conferences en español.

“Mi casa, su casa,” he responded. “Every single day I apply and I like the Spanish language. Quite a lot of my workers are Spanish audio system.”

Adams continued: “However I don’t need to do the de Blasio model that butchers the Spanish language. I need to give it the respect that it deserves.”

The mayor’s press crew didn’t enable Metropolis Corridor reporters who attended the occasion to ask Adams in regards to the points gripping his administration, most prominently its dealing with of the inflow of 11,000 migrants which threatens to overwhelm the shelter system.

A de Blasio spokesman declined to remark.

DeBlasio was the mayor of New York Metropolis from 2014 to 2021.
Paul Martinka
Mayor Eric Adams
Adams made the crack on Tuesday at a Metropolis Corridor occasion.

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