NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Who should get Mayor Michael Bloomberg‘s job? Don’t ask him.
For the first time since Tuesday’ primary, Bloomberg spoke on Friday about the next leader of New York City, but said he’s not endorsing anyone in the hotly contested mayoral race.READ MORE: MTA, Union Leaders Call For More NYPD Officers To Patrol Subways After Off-Duty Conductor Nearly Blinded By Attacker
Over the years he’s endorsed a lot of people in a lot of races, including local candidates for City Council, state Senate and Congress, and outside New York he’s embraced candidates for Washington D.C. mayor, Illinois governor and Massachusetts Senate.
But on a radio show Friday morning he refused to publicly support a candidate to lead New York City.