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Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio are being criticized over a comedy skit that some people say was racially insensitive.Clinton, just days before next week's crucial New York primary, was a surprise guest at the annual Inner Circle show in Manhattan Saturday night, a black-tie charity gala that is the city's answer to the White House Correspondents' Dinner.She took the stage and, in a scripted scene, teased de Blasio, a fellow Democrat who managed her 2000 Senate campaign, for taking so long to endorse her presidential bid.Leslie Odom Jr., a black actor who plays Aaron Burr in the Broadway smash "Hamilton" was also on stage and pretended to be offended.Many of the New York politicians, power brokers and reporters there laughed.
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