Bloomberg Wants To Be Remembered As An Honest Person
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is spending his final hours on the job after 12 years of being in charge of the nation's largest city.
Bloomberg plans on continuing to live in the city and says he wants to be remembered most as an honest person.
Bloomberg held one last event today. He hosted his 13th and final annual interfaith breakfast at the New York Public Library.
Yesterday, the mayor was busy signing 22 bills including one which bans using electronic cigarettes in public places. As he was signing it, two protesters showed up and lit up cigarettes in front of him before being removed.