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Eric Adams: I deal with the reality of crime and how constituents feel about it

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New York City Mayor Eric Adams joins Morning Joe to discuss the outcome of the midterm elections and how the reality vs. perception of crime in the city. Republicans, in part, ran on crime in the midterms and Mayor Adams says gun violence in the city has decreased over the past year.