Chappaqua's Bill Clinton To Preside At De Blasio Inauguration

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Bill Clinton will swear in Bill de Blasio as the new mayor of New York City on Wednesday, Jan. 1. Photo Credit: Contributed by Westchester Community College

CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Former President and Chappaqua resident Bill Clinton will officially swear Bill de Blasio in as the Mayor of New York City during the inauguration ceremony that will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 1, according to The New York Times. 

De Blasio has strong ties to the Clinton family. He served as Bill Clinton's regional director of the Department of Housing and Urban Development and also served Hillary Clinton as her campaign manager during her run for senate in 2000, the Times reported.

The ceremony will begin at noon on the steps of City Hall in Manhattan, according to the New York Times.

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The real reason DeBlaz asked Clinton to perform the swearing in was, to bring along a few wanna-be interns to provide some "entertainment" at the festivities afterward.


Is this what NY has become? A disgraced disbarred pervert swearing in a hard-core leftist who despises America. Great job, NY.

Francis T McVetty:

Looks like that old saying " birds of a feather, flock together" is true. The city is in big trouble, but as another old saying goes, you get what you voted for.

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