[Ed. – To be fair, they may not need an airing of mental health issues all that badly in New Hampshire.]
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ongoing tease of a presidential run didn’t exactly pull in the crowds during a campaign-esque event in the Granite State.
Only 20 people showed up Sunday to hear the leader of America’s largest city hold a roundtable on mental health — including the 14 people on the panel and just six in the audience.
There were also about six reporters on hand to make the room at the Sugar River Valley Regional Technical Center look a bit less empty. …
The day began with de Blasio and [First Spouse Chirlane] McCray touting her under-scrutiny $1 billion mental health initiative, Thrive NYC, to a roundtable of local officials in the town of Claremont … [“Under scrutiny” means “has unaccountably mislaid more than $800 million in taxpayer funds.” – Ed.]