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Bill de Blasio on the social media age: 'You can go from being obscure to famous in 48 to 72 hours'

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New York City Mayor and presidential candidate Bill de Blasio shares his views on education, healthcare, and on qualifying for the next Democratic debate. He says that the Democratic candidates should continue to get their messages out on social media as "you can go from being obscure to famous in 48 to 72 hours.”