An infuriated Rudy Giuliani slammed NYC Mayor Eric Adams as a “failure” for attending social events instead of solving the city’s crime problems in his first detailed comments on the city’s new leader.
In a recent interview for the NY Post, Giuliani, a long-spanning Trump aide said, “Adams hasn’t done a damn thing. So far, he’s the biggest failure of a new mayor in America. He’s the worst failure of any new first-year mayor in New York City in my lifetime.”
“I didn’t go to a Met gala until I got the city under control,” said Giuliani, who was once lauded as “America’s Mayor” after 9/11. “People should stop inviting him to events. Adams should be at City Hall and Gracie Mansion implementing plans that should have been implemented months ago.”
Giuliani added that Adams’ early track record was worse than his predecessor Bill de Blasio, who saw an uptick in the city’s crime rate and an outbreak of violence during the violent Black Lives Matter protests of 2020.
“Crime is up 38 percent. That is a tsunami,” Giuliani said. “Adams has more crime than Bill de Blasio. The city is undeniably more dangerous than it was last year under de Blasio.”
Claiming that the incumbent is all talk and no action, Giuliani said, “I arrested way more criminals than he did. Ask him about his most famous arrest. This guy was a politician who was a member of the police department.”