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POLITICO New York Playbook, presented by Nuclear Matters: SANDERS' NY stakes -- DE BLASIO counsel line -- GOP delegate fight takes shape

04/14/2016 07:25 AM EDT

By Azi Paybarah in Manhattan, Jimmy Vielkind in Albany, and Mike Allen in D.C., with Daniel Lippman

DE BLASIO DIRECTIVE -- Mayor tells campaign attorneys to talk to Bharara -- POLITICO New York's Sally Goldenberg: Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that he instructed his campaign finance attorney to proactively reach out to the U.S. Attorney's Office regarding an ongoing investigation into the NYPD and two of the mayor's campaign donors. The lawyer, Barry Berke, made one phone call to indicate his willingness to help but did not get much of a response, the mayor said during a wide-ranging press conference. "He reached out at my request and simply said, 'We'd like to be helpful in any way we can. Happy to provide any information to be helpful. There was no - to the best of my understanding - no particular response except acknowledging and a thank you for the call," de Blasio said. http://politi.co/1SbAvGP

-- Post's @YoavGonen: "One day after saying 'there is no reason to reach out for counsel,' Mayor @BilldeBlasio hired a lawyer" http://politi.co/1SbAvGP

DRIVING THE DAY - "Sanders gets his chance to shake up the race," by Politico's Annie Karni in New York : Tonight's "Brooklyn debate [CNN, 9 p.m.] is Bernie Sanders' last chance to shake up the race in a state where he must pull off a major upset to change the dynamics of the Democratic primary. ... The format of the debate is designed ... to allow the candidates to respond to recent attacks against each other. The focus ... will be on national issues that resonate in New York, like policing reform and Mideast policy. ... Clinton operatives sought to set a high bar by insisting anything short of a decisive win for Sanders on Tuesday could mark the real end of the race." http://politi.co/1qJmvLe

-- "The stakes for Sanders in the state of Clinton," by Terry Golway: "Authenticity ... will not win Sanders the nomination. Nor will the enthusiasm of college crowds. ... But Sanders has captured a moment that might have passed without notice had Clinton faced only Martin O'Malley or some other more conventional Democrat. Were it not for Sanders, attendees at Hillary Clinton's fancy fundraisers, like the one Thursday night in New York hosted by Diane Von Furstenberg, might never have suspected that a sizable number of Democrats were waiting to hear from a candidate who understood their anger with banks, corporations, the wealthy and the lobbyists who serve them." http://politi.co/1qR8Gej

ERROL LOUIS on the Slant Podcast this prep for tonight's Democratic debate -- he dropped a few hints about some of the questions he's planning on asking - including one on public housing: http://bit.ly/20DXei0

--" Presidential Debate Stage in Brooklyn Reflects Changing Economy," by Times' Patrick McGeehan: "The site, the Duggal Greenhouse, once thrummed with workers assembling components for the most sophisticated warships in the world. Now, it is a clean, well-lighted space rented out to investment banks and pop stars. Beyoncé and Madonna have rehearsed there. ... [T]he Greenhouse is part of a concerted effort by New York City officials and a collection of entrepreneurs to revive a historic hub of American enterprise: the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The 215-year-old Navy Yard was the birthplace of some of the nation's most celebrated and ill-fated military ships, including the U.S.S. Missouri and the U.S.S. Arizona. At its peak, during World War II, it employed about 70,000 people. Today, only about 7,000 people work at the city-owned Navy Yard. But officials say that number could increase to 17,000 in four years, with the help of growing companies like Russ & Daughters and Mast Brothers Chocolate Makers." http://nyti.ms/23xgz9U

AFTER THE PRIMARY, A FIGHT FOR DELEGATES - POLITICO New York's Jimmy Vielkind: "You've now got two battles here: the battle for voters on April 19th, and then the battle over delegates whenever those caucus meetings are held. The Trump campaign wants to make sure that what happened to them in Colorado doesn't happen here," said Brendan Quinn, a political consultant who was the party's executive director in the late 1990s. "In the past, the delegates only cared about what party they were being invited to. Now, there will be people from each campaign hanging out in each hotel bar watching what's going on." http://politi.co/1qq3nkU

** A Message from Nuclear Matters: Providing 61 percent of the state's carbon-free electricity, New York's nuclear energy plants are a necessary and valuable part of the state's energy mix, and deserve the support of state lawmakers for their role in providing New York with reliable electricity while protecting the environment. Learn more: NuclearMatters.com. **

-- Not coincidentally, Trump is holstering his previous criticisms of Republican State Chairman Ed Cox - even if some of his supporters are not, Jesse McKinley writes in the Times. http://nyti.ms/1VqPpNw

-- Dan Janison points out that Republicans will meet at the Grand Hyatt hotel, one of Donald Trump's first major developments. http://nwsdy.li/1VqR0Tr

TABS -- Daily News: "Blaz's QUIT pro quo: Embattled cop watchdog resigns; Ex-campaign big won't leave probe; Mayor has att'y reach out to Preet" and "News editorial board says "NEVER TRUMP (Never Cruz, Either); Kasich is clearly only choice for GOP" -- Post: "TRUCE! Trump & Megyn secret summit" -- amNY: "Brooklyn Debate: "FIGHT NIGHT: Clinton vs Sanders" -- El Diario [translated]: United Against Trump -- SEE THEM: https://goo.gl/0sj8LH

-- Newsday, with pics of Sanders and Clinton: "DEBATE NIGHT IN NY" -- Metro: "SWIPE IT WHILE IT'S HOT"

FRONT PAGES -- NYT, 3-col., above the fold: "Black Victims' Mothers Step Forward for Clinton -- WSJNY, 2-col., above the fold: "De Blasio Keeps City Agencies On Short Leash" -- SEE THEM: https://goo.gl/Lcb7fL

FORMER DE BLASIO CAMPAIGN TREASURER and current Department of Investigation chief, won't recuse himself from U.S. Attorney probe of mayor -- News' Greg Smith: "The U.S. Attorney's investigation into Mayor de Blasio's fundraising took a surprising turn Wednesday as the mayor's former campaign treasurer - who now runs an agency looking into some of the players - suddenly announced he would not bow out of the probe. Mark s, treasurer of de Blasio's 2013 campaign for mayor, was appointed by the mayor as commissioner of the Department of Investigation. DOI is one of several law enforcement agencies now looking into whether two de Blasio donors illegally solicited favors from NYPD brass. s' office released a statement saying there was no need for him to step away from the ongoing probe because the matters under investigation involve donations made when he was no longer the mayor's treasurer: "The allegations of wrongdoing regarding campaign finance post-date Commissioner s' involvement with the campaign. His recusal at this time would only serve to impede DOI's active investigation of this matter. Given the arrests made and multiple reports issued by DOI criticizing the current administration, the suggestion that DOI is not acting with integrity or independently is wholly inaccurate." http://nydn.us/1N9FmsQ

MARK-VIVERITO HITS SANDERS ON IMMIGRATION -- POLITICO New York's Gloria Pazmino : City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito took to the steps of City Hall Wednesday to assail Sen. Bernie Sanders' immigration record ahead of next week's competitive New York primary. "It's important that New Yorkers understand that while Hillary Clinton has been fighting throughout her entire life, Senator Sanders has not only been entirely absent from our community but has also stood on the wrong side of the issues that matter most to Latinos," Mark-Viverito said. The speaker's remarks followed a roundtable discussion with the former secretary of state and the New York State Immigrant Action Fund - a political action committee associated with the New York Immigration Coalition. During the event, Clinton unveiled a proposal to create a national Office of Immigrant Affairs tasked with coordinating policies and programs across federal agencies and local governments. Mark-Viverito has served as one of Clinton's campaign surrogates throughout this week as Clinton continues to lead in polls despite Sanders' popularity among younger voters. http://politi.co/22vU3IB

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "I knew from the moment I changed my son Henry's diaper on Governor Paterson's conference room table that I was never going to be the typical senator - and I've never tried to be." ~ Kirsten Gillibrand in a fundraising email. http://bit.ly/1VqRqJu

BONUS QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Thank you everyone. Glad we focused on the important issues of the day," -- Mayor Bill de Blasio, to reporters yesterday, after being asked about his "C.P." joke at Inner Circle, and investigations into city government by federal and other authorities. Observer's Jillian Jorgensen with more: http://goo.gl/dpoQnk

EXTRA QUOTE OF THE DAY: "You'd have to probably go back to the Knapp Commission days to find one that has that focus on the senior leadership of the department." -- NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, on the current NYPD corruption probe, via Post's Shawn Cohen and Bruce Golding: http://goo.gl/B9vLeZ

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Maeve McEneny of the Albany County Convention and Visitor's Bureau ... Hilary Keller, Democratic fund-raiser .. Eunic Ortiz, Director of online communications at 1199 SEIU ... Jamila Diggs, former City Council aide ... and Daniel Freedman , former staff writer at the NY Sun ... 2003 Best Actor winner Adrien Brody, a Queens native and Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music graduate ... and entrepreneur Bobbi Brown.

BOOZIER BRUNCHES SOON? - POLITICO New York's Jimmy Vielkind: "Sunday brunch could get boozier if lawmakers accept a proposal to rewrite the state's alcoholic beverage control law. A panel of lobbyists and industry leaders appointed by Cuomo to examine laws governing the sale, manufacture and distribution of alcoholic beverages in New York is recommending that the state's "blue laws" - which forbid the sale of alcohol at bars, restaurants or taverns between 4 a.m. and noon on Sunday - be amended. http://politi.co/1Yuvbjt

CYBER THREAT -- health sector targeted -- POLITICO New York's Dan Golberg: Amid a flurry of cyber attacks in which hackers have demanded ransom payments from health systems, a top executive at Northwell Health met with FBI officials and federal prosecutors on Wednesday to discuss how law enforcement can help combat this persistent and growing threat. In New York, home to some of the nation's largest health systems, most experts agree it is a matter of when, not if, a major breach occurs. http://politi.co/1VX5V6f

SPEED READ

-- Clinton's unexpected allies: "The mothers of Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner and Tamir Rice, and a half-dozen other black women who had lost children in clashes with the police or in gun violence," who met privately with Clinton for about three hours, and later joined her at public events. Times' Amy Chozick: http://goo.gl/LpLZpN

-- Trump's NY: "The irony of the Trump 'outsider' campaign in New York is almost too rich for words." -- WSJ's Daniel Henniger: http://goo.gl/05xKvK

-- NY primary: Can Sanders supporter Erica Garner vote in the primary? A spokeswoman for the New York City Board of Elections said that while it has no record of a voter by the name of Erica Garner, there is a record of a voter named Erica Snipes - which is the last name Erica Garner uses on Twitter and the last name of her father's widow - who is not registered with any political party. -- POLITICO New York's Azi Paybarah: http://goo.gl/f6RPLn

-- De Blasio's City Hall: He's a more hands-on manager than Bloomberg, a style that is coming under scrutiny in light of the Rivington deal and other problems. -- WSJ's Josh Dawsey: http://goo.gl/K09SQO

-- Court: "It was suddenly possible that the entire prosecution could be thrown out because of what a juror had said about his private life." -- Times' Alan Feuer, on the Liang trial: http://goo.gl/19EBAu

-- Opting out: With less than 3 percent of the state's school districts reporting, more than 18,000 students refused to take the standardized, Common Core test, according to preliminary and unofficial tallies from across the state. -- POLITICO New York's Keisha Clukey: http://goo.gl/JqHuwA

- CITY AND STATE's third and final part of their special Beyond the Billion web series looks to the future of the "New Buffalo" and how one Buffalonian who is set to graduate from a Buffalo Billion-sponsored program plans to find one of the city's new jobs. http://bit.ly/1qU8VFb

-- C&S Buffalo Reporter Justin Sondel looked at the biggest wins for Western New York legislators in the state budget and talked to many of them to get their reactions. http://bit.ly/1qJqNCu

KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR COMPETITORS: POLITICO Pro New York, one of our premium services, offers The Strategist, a new newsletter covering the business of politics and policy in New York City and Albany. As a subscriber to The Strategist, you will receive behind-the-curtain reporting on the latest news about money in politics, executive moves, and the latest trends in communications, lobbying and political consulting. Today only, you can download a complimentary issue of The Strategist. http://politico.pro/1MvHJX6

EAT BEAT - "Eataly to Open Summery, Seaside-Themed Rooftop Restaurant," by DNAinfo's Noah Hurowitz: "The new restaurant, called Sabbia - Italian for sand - will open on April 29, and will be operated by the same people who run Birreria, the rooftop bar and microbrewery atop chef Mario Batali's sprawling food complex ... [T]he restaurant will serve summery cocktails and entrees inspired by the seaside." http://dnain.fo/1SNMuI0

CLICKER - "Where to Eat the Best Steak in NYC" - GrubStreet: http://grb.st/1TTa2Ah

MEDIA MORNING -- WHOA! "Chris Licht named executive producer and showrunner for 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert'" - CBS release: "Licht, who has led CBS News' award-winning morning broadcast to its best ratings in nearly three decades, ... will oversee all aspects of production for ... CBS's ... 11:35 PM late night series. ... 'I am so impressed by what he has done at "CBS This Morning,"' said Stephen Colbert. 'And I trust someone has told him he doesn't have to get up at 4 a.m. anymore.'" http://bit.ly/1SzwgBP

-- "Ryan Kadro named executive producer of 'CBS This Morning'": "Kadro has been with the program since its development in 2011 and launch in 2012 and currently serves as Co-Executive Producer. He takes full responsibility for the broadcast Monday, April 18, reporting to David Rhodes, President of CBS News. Kadro replaces Chris Licht who will become Executive Producer of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert ... He got his start in broadcasting as a page at NBC." http://bit.ly/1SzvGEd

--"Ravi Somaiya to leave The New York Times media desk," by Poynter's Benjamin Mullin: "Ravi Somaiya ... is leaving the newspaper to join the newsmagazine 'Vice on HBO' ... Somaiya, formerly an editor at Gawker, joined The New York Times in 2012." With NYT business editor Dean Murphy's memo to staff http://bit.ly/1SBQo6k

-- Trumped: The Observer's only national reporter, Ross Barkan, announced he's leaving the paper on April 27, and later said in an interview it was, in part, because of how the paper covered the publisher's father-in-law, Donald Trump. -- Yahoo's Hunter Walker: https://goo.gl/Sd0V9I

--"Megyn Kelly clears the air with Donald Trump," by Politico's Alex Weprin and Hadas Gold: "Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly and Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump met at Trump Tower on Wednesday ... Reports of the meeting first emerged after NBC News' Ayman Mohyeldin spotted Kelly entering Trump Tower in the morning, with NBC's Beth Fouhy being the first person to tweet the sighting ... 'We met for about an hour, just the two of us, and had a chance to clear the air,' Kelly said. 'Mr. Trump and I discussed the possibility of an interview. And I hope we will have news to announce on that soon.'" http://politi.co/1qTMr7r

THE HOME TEAMS -- by POLITICO New York's Howard Megdal: Mets 2, Marlins 1: A two-run single by Kevin Plawecki gave the Mets all the offense they'd need in a win Terry Collins said they had to have.

Blue Jays 7, Yankees 2: All that really matters here is that switch-pitcher Pat Venditte returned to the major leagues and pitched a scoreless ninth for Toronto.

Raptors 103, Nets 96: After finishing 21-61, the Nets will watch the Celtics use their pick.

The day ahead: the Yankees are in Toronto. The Islanders travel to Florida to face the Panthers. The WNBA Draft takes place at Mohegan Sun, and the Liberty pick 12th.

#UpstateAmerica: The video of a former polar bear who lived in the Buffalo Zoo mimicking a visitor's workout is going viral. http://bit.ly/1VWUwDx

#UpstateAmerica: Hollywood film crews will converge on Buffalo to shoot a movie about Thurgood Marshall, the first African American Supreme Court Justice. http://on.wgrz.com/1TPwie9

** A Message from Nuclear Matters: New York's existing nuclear energy plants provide 61 percent of the state's carbon-free electricity and play a vital role in achieving our clean-energy and carbon-reduction goals. Additional premature retirements of safe, reliable nuclear energy plants mean New Yorkers would pay more for electricity, the economy would suffer and we would face substantially higher carbon emissions.

New York has taken an essential step forward to address the premature closures of our nuclear energy plants. The proposed development of a Clean Energy Standard by the Public Service Commission would, for the first time, ensure that existing nuclear plants are valued for their carbon-free attributes.

We urge the state to include all of New York's existing nuclear energy plants, regardless of their geography in the state, in the proposed Clean Energy Standard. All nuclear energy facilities bring significant reliability and clean-air benefits to New York. Learn more: NuclearMatters.com. **

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