Cuomo, who has scrapped repeatedly with incumbent Bill de Blasio, made hopeful noises about collaborating with Adams, who is Brooklyn borough president, a former police officer and state lawmaker—and the prohibitive favorite in the heavily Democratic city’s November general election.
“I worked with Eric when he was in the Senate and he is going to be extraordinary,” Cuomo said. “Eric and I come from the same political philosophy. We are progressive Democrats and we have the same definition of what it means to be a
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