An interview with Rep. Max Rose on his plans to run for Mayor of NYC
Wed., Dec. 16, 2020
12 A.M. ET
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In 2018, Rose, a Jewish Democrat who was wounded in Afghanistan, stunned the nation by ousting a Republican incumbent in their Staten Island district. This November, he lost the seat as the district returned to its Republican roots. And he’s just thrown his hat into the crowded race for Mayor of NYC.
Watch as Jodi Rudoren, Forward editor-in-chief joins Congressman Rose for a candid conversation about his two years in the swamp, how he has fared becoming a new father during the coronavirus pandemic, and his plans to run for Mayor of New York.
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