New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) on Sunday said GOP presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpPoll: Majority of Americans fear US will become involved in another major war Ellison holds edge in DNC race WH adviser Stephen Miller: 'Nothing wrong' with Trump travel order MORE was “incredibly insensitive” to say he could “stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot people” and not lose voters.
De Blasio added that it is “incredibly arrogant” for Trump to suggest that his voters will follow him “no matter what he does.”
De Blasio also weighed in on the prospects that Michael Bloomberg, a former New York City mayor, might enter the 2016 race.
“Well, I respect my predecessor for sure. But two things, I'd say. One, my candidate is Hillary Clinton, and I really believe she will be the next president of the United States,” de Blasio said.
“And the second thing is, I don't think the people of this country want to give more power to billionaires at this point,” he added. “I think that's what this election increasingly is about, how do we address income inequality? How do we restore the middle class? I don't think most Americans think that billionaires are the ones who are going to help give us a more fair economy.”