De Blasio Criticized on Twitter Over Fake NY Post Cover

The mayor's terrible Twitter week continues

Mayor Bill de Blasio is being lambasted on Twitter for tweeting out a mock New York Post cover from his official account. (Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
Mayor Bill de Blasio is being lambasted on Twitter for tweeting out a mock New York Post cover from his official account. (Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

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On Monday, the mayor’s impromptu Twitter chat veered off the rails, as he answered questions about Coney Island snacks but ignored queries about city policy.

Mr. de Blasio was criticized on Twitter again last night after his official account tweeted out a mock New York Post cover which read “Safest Summer In 20 Years, But We Still Hate de Blasio”:

The vultures immediately began to circle, as commenters criticized the mayor’s thin skin and his seeming focus on unimportant issues:

Mr. de Blasio’s office has not commented on the controversial tweet since it was posted.

De Blasio Criticized on Twitter Over Fake NY Post Cover