On Tuesday, New York Mayor Eric Adams admitted to contacting the FDNY commissioner during the summer of 2021, as the FBI’s investigation into alleged corruption heats up.
Here’s what you need to know about the investigation into Eric Adams’ campaign https://t.co/bUNQ6ter2G
— TIME (@TIME) November 14, 2023
Taking questions during a media availability session, Adams again stressed that he has not been accused of wrongdoing and is cooperating with federal authorities.
Eric Adams’ office counsel maintained there’s no proof the feds are looking at the mayor himself, but refused to answer if any other City Hall staff have had their phones seized.https://t.co/eNri3CI6sW
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) November 14, 2023
Adams admitted he contacted then-Fire Department of New York Commissioner Daniel