Caught On Camera: Bill de Blasio Met With Embarrassing Low Turnout At Iowa Fundraiser

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New York mayor Bill de Blasio appears to have quite the challenge of trying to garner the excitement needed to run a successful campaign against President Trump, let alone, the growing list of candidates in his own party.

De Blasio, who announced his Presidential bid earlier this week, attended a Democrat party fundraiser, while in Sioux City, Iowa. And things were not looking too promising for him.

NY1 political reporter, Grace Rauh, who attended the event, took a snapshot of de Blasio speaking to a very tiny crowd.

Rauh uploaded the photo and captioned it, “De Blasio speaks to his largest crowd of the day in Iowa at a Woodbury County Democratic Party fundraiser in Sioux City.”

She added, “The total headcount (not including press or de Blasio campaign aides) was 30 by my count.” See Below

Tiny Crowd Welcomes Bill de Blasio in Iowa (Continued Below)

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Rauh said that during his speech, de Blasio referred to President Trump as “Con Don,” and someone had to correct him when he slipped up at one point.

In ending, here is Donald Trump Jr.’s reaction to de Blasio’s decision to run for President.