Mayor Eric Adams received a warm reception in Staten Island Monday as he joined local politicians in the borough’s annual Memorial Day parade to honor fallen veterans.
The thousands of attendees lining Forest Avenue seemed happy to see Hizzoner among the floats, motorcades and vintage cars, marching to patriotic music in honor of those who died in service to the country.
It came in stark contrast to the kind of hospitality meted out to Adams’ predecessor, fellow Democrat Bill de Blasio, who was often booed at parades around the city.
“This is what Memorial Day is all about, honoring the men and women who won our freedom
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