Tuesday night, two weeks after polls closed in New York City, Brooklyn borough president and former police captain Eric Adams was declared the winner of the Democratic primary, making him heavily favored to become the city’s next mayor. Adams joins Judy Woodruff to discuss how he will confront the city’s battered economy and rising rates of gun violence and homicide.
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