Bloomberg: Occupy Wall St. Not in My 'Pillow Talk'

Monday, 17 Oct 2011 08:32 PM

 

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NEW YORK — New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the Occupy Wall Street protests have no place in his bedroom.

The mayor was asked Monday whether he had discussed the dilemma faced by the owner of the lower Manhattan protest site with live-in girlfriend Diana Taylor, who's on the company's board of directors.

The mayor answered "pillow talk" in his house isn't about Occupy Wall Street or Brookfield Office Properties, which has been struggling with how to handle the protesters who've descended on Zuccotti Park.

The mayor said last week police would help the company enforce rules preventing encampments, then announced the company had changed its mind.

Bloomberg says he hasn't had any direct communication with Taylor about the situation.

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