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‘Generals don’t lead from the back’: New York mayor Eric Adams seeks bold start

Significant challenges await the newly sworn-in leader of the most populous US city

Eric Adams’s first two days in office would resonate with any weary New York commuter: a subway ride featuring a brawl requiring the attendance of police, then the challenge of negotiating Manhattan traffic on a rented bike.

“This is an amazing city,” the new mayor told ABC on Sunday. “You know, riding a city bike in, taking the train in, interacting with New Yorkers: generals don’t lead their troops from the back.

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