Mayoral candidate George McDonald explains AARP run-in with Weiner, weighs in on stop-and-frisk (part 1)

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(PIX11) — New York City’s mayoral race is really heating up as primaries approach. Last week Republican candidate George McDonald had a rather tense encounter with Anthony Weiner at an AARP event, when he told Weiner to never touch him again and Weiner called him “grandpa.”

McDonald joins the PIX11 Morning News to share his side of the story, and also to weigh in on key issues facing the city, including the NYPD stop-and-frisk policy.

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