Sliwa calls Adams de Blasio ‘teammate’ in sleepy debate, but can’t get him to take ‘buffoonery’ bait

The city may not sleep, but both mayoral candidates tried hard to make it happen during their first debate before New Yorkers head to the polls beginning this Saturday for early voting before Election Day on Nov. 2.

During the first general election matchup on Wednesday evening, Democratic mayoral nominee Eric Adams and Republican Curtis Sliwa — two outspoken Big Apple political mainstays who are no strangers to newspaper pages and TV cameras — mostly stuck to well-worn messages.

Sliwa repeatedly tied Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, to “teammate” Mayor Bill de Blasio as the former NYPD cop cast Sliwa, Guardian Angels founder, as a fabulist who

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