The New York Post calls it "a pathetic plea of incompetence over top aide’s harassment scandal," and now New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) is hammering Governor Steve Bullock (D-MT).

As the Post reports:

“Clearly they had information and when DOI reached out, they did not share the information they had,” de Blasio said about the Department of Investigations contacting Montana officials about the aide, Kevin O’Brien, who was fired here after sexual harassment complaints were lodged against him.

“It’s personally frustrating. If we had known, we would not have hired him. It’s as simple as that,” Hizzoner said.

Adding fuel to the fire- Governor Bullock is now refusing to comment or even answer questions, according to the New York Times:

But the governor, who has been considering running for president in 2020, has refused to be interviewed and would not respond on Wednesday to questions, including why he did not tell city officials about Mr. O’Brien’s sexual harassment case.


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