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NEW YORK CITY-Rudolph Giuliani, who began a 20-year era of Republican mayoralty in a predominantly Democratic city, had news Thursday evening for the next man to take his old job: ideology and effective government don’t mix. Giuliani advised Bill de Blasio—elected mayor in a landslide Tuesday, albeit a landslide of the smallest voter turnout since the city’s Board of Elections began keeping track—to take his campaign promises, throw them in the trash and govern as a centrist.

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