New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Thursday morning that he would seek Democratic nominations for president in 2020, saying President Trump was "supposed to be stopped."
De Blasio is the 23rd Democrat to officially announce a White House bid and second this week after the announcement of the Montana Gov. Steve Bullock on Tuesday.
The second term second term is "first working with people."
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"It does not matter if you live in a city or a rural area, a big state, a small state. your ethnicity. People in every part of this country feel or even want to go backwards, "he told his video announcement.
De Blasio directly denounces President Trump, calling him "oppressor," and added "I know how to take him."
"Do not go back to the face of an oppressor, confront he … Donald Trump must stop, I beat him before and I'll do it again. "
De Blasio said his experience as mayor as his qualifications, including raising the city's minimum wage at $ 1
"We have established an agenda that places working families."
De Blasio has already visited states of early voting, including visits to Iowa and New Hampshire. Fox News spokesman said Wednesday he plans to travel to Iowa on Friday and South Carolina on Saturday.
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De Blasio said his announcement for some time. Recently, he appeared in a press conference at the Trump Tower lobby in New York City on Monday. She showed that she set the foundation for her admissions but she was met by a crowd of protesters in a lonely rally promoting the city's Green New Deal.
The mayor said in his video announcement last Thursday that if selected, he would look at the counter many of the controversial Trump administration policies, including family separations and backing out of the Paris agreement.
"I will not rest until this government brings people working."
Fox News's Talia Kaplan reports this report.