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New York’s next mayor met with the current mayor this morning at City Hall.

Hours after Bill de Blasio won Tuesday’s election in a landslide victory, he spoke with Mayor Michael Bloomberg in a private sit down, according to the AP.

De Blasio, addressing media at the steps of City Hall, said he “feels great,” reported the AP.

“All this, it’s incredible.” he added.

De Blasio also launched his transition website and Twitter handle @nyctransition today.

 

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