Eric Adams rallies with Latino leaders, warns of Trump-like presence in mayoral race

Democratic nominee for mayor, Eric Adams, prepared Latino leaders for the Nov. 2 general election by invoking the name of Donald Trump in a Wednesday night speech in West Harlem.

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Adams spoke before Latino elected officials and the Harlem community inside the Grand Slam Banquet Hall telling them to prepare to keep fighting for a Democratic mayor as he enters the final phase of the race against Republican Curtis Sliwa.

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