Adams vows to bring New York City’s mojo back if he wins mayor’s race

Should he hang on to his Primary Day lead, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams vowed Thursday, he will bring back the magic to New York City as a place where dreams are made of and anything is possible.

Speaking to a gaggle of reporters outside Brooklyn Borough Hall for the first time since winning the most first-choice votes in the Democratic mayoral primary on Tuesday, Adams said he aims to change what he believes to be a current, fearful collective psyche into one of fearlessness.

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