Morning Read: Thompson Gets Senators, Bloomberg Gets Hotel and Motels Trade Council

David Chen wonders if Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand will trash Michael Bloomberg when they endorse his opponent today. (Because probably not.)

The T.W.U. makes fun of Bloomberg.

Hotel Trades goes with Bloomberg.

Bill Thompson said he’s relying on Bill de Blasio and John Liu to help create a Democratic sweep in November.

Errol Louis whacks Bloomberg on homelessness.

Bloomberg’s campaign spending is international news.

Ted Phillips wonders what’s happening with authority reform.

Dan Janison remembers a promise Bloomberg made about term limits.

Daily News readers like the W.F.P.’s initiative for paid sick days.

Leib Glanz finds more ways to get in trouble.

Chuck Schumer still sees a chance for the public option.

Schumer also wants tougher texting laws.

Mark Green says he won’t run again.

More details about the feds’ probe of Michael Forde, including info on “drug-fueled parties.”

The ring of steel comes to midtown.

Ray Kelly will get an honor.

Betsy McCaughey writes about health care (laying groundwork for tonight’s debate with Anthony Weiner).

Morning Read: Thompson Gets Senators, Bloomberg Gets Hotel and Motels Trade Council