NYC Mayor Eric Adams suggests he’ll defer to conflicts board on NYPD’s hiring of his brother

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — Is he his brother’s keeper, or what? Days after New York City Mayor Eric Adams sparked a wave of criticism for naming his brother to a top NYPD job, the mayor said Thursday he would defer to the city’s Conflicts of Interest Board on whether his sibling gets to keep the post. Adams, who appeared at an afternoon press briefing in lower Manhattan, was asked if he’d in effect fire his brother if the board deems it the appropriate course of action — and he appeared to indicate he would. “Whatever determination they make, I will follow COIB,” he said. “When it comes down to my brother, I’…

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