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New York labor union members follow Mayor de Blasio to Iowa to knock him as a phony progressive


The unions’ three-pronged attack came as Hizzoner landed in Iowa — home to the nation’s first presidential ... They also slam him for deals for real estate developers and his attempts to “decimate the historic horse-carriage industry.”


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