New York City’s Democrat mayoral primary winner Eric Adams on Sunday pushed back on the label of “anti-woke,” saying “some of us never went to sleep.”
In an interview on ABC News’ “This Week,” Adams, a former NYPD officer and current borough president in Brooklyn, said both Republicans and Democrats want a safe city.
“Some of us never went to sleep,” Adams said of his political approach, touting his “35-year record of fighting for reform, for public safety, a person who . . .