REPORT: De Blasio tied to scandal involving new 2020 Dem candidate
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The 22nd Democratic candidate for president threw his hat into the ring Tuesday and was already drawing flak — over his ties to a former Mayor Bill de Blasio aide accused of sexual harassment.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock announced his presidential bid, then was swiftly hit by the Republican National Committee over the New York City Hall debacle involving former senior mayoral adviser Kevin O’Brien.
The article goes on to state the following:
O’Brien worked under Bullock in the Democratic Governors Association before he was fired in 2015 amid allegations of workplace sex harassment.
O’Brien was then hired a month later by the de Blasio administration. He was booted several years later when it surfaced that he had previously been accused of harassment. A de Blasio rep griped at the time that the mayor was not made aware of previous complaints when his administration hired O’Brien.
The RNC detailed the issue in an email.
— New York Post (@nypost) May 14, 2019
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