New York's Mayor and Governor Embroiled in BIG, UGLY, Public Fight

New York City squeezes 8.5 million people into a land mass of 300 square miles, split by rivers and cluttered with airports, railroads, bridges and tunnels. Two elected officials are in charge. They are the mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, and the governor of New York state, Andrew Cuomo. And right now those two men are embroiled in a very big, very public, very ugly fight.