Feb 4, 2022
After the death of Michelle Go, who was pushed in front of a train in a random attack, Mayor Eric Adams vowed to send more police underground. And he teamed up with Gov. Kathy Hochul to advocate for more social workers to help New Yorkers taking refuge in subway stations and on trains. Joe Lhota, the former CEO of the MTA, joined Errol to talk about concerns over crime in the transit system and what the city should be doing about it. He also reflected on the recent deaths of two NYPD officers in last month’s shooting in Harlem and talked about how the Adams administration is doing so far. And he shared his experience as a deputy mayor for the Giuliani administration, working on the city’s recovery after the September 11th terror attacks.
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