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Doc and Skip tear into Mayor de Blasio: 'Making Nixon look honest, Carter look competent

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference on Monday, July 28, 2014, in New York. De Blasio, facing his first significant test in trying to improve relations between police and minority communities, said Monday that he believes the troubles stem from racial tension that defined his predecessor's 12 years in office. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) AP Photo/Seth Wenig

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is "making Nixon look honest, Carter competent and Benedict Arnold saintly," according to TheBlaze Radio Network's Doc Thompson and Skip LaCombe.

Filling in on Glenn Beck's radio program Tuesday, the two were the latest to call for the mayor's resignation. Fox News host Bill O'Reilly urged the same course of action on Monday.

"It is time for Mayor de Blasio to resign, and if he won't resign, it's time for the people of New York City to rise and up fire him," Thompson said. "Mayor de Blasio has lost the confidence of a huge portion of the people who work for him, and the citizenry. He has created a hostile environment between the police and the citizens. He has fostered this, and all not just for his political gain -- he's done it too because he's that crazy, to believe that there's some epidemic where police officers want to murder people based on the color of their skin."

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference on Monday, July 28, 2014, in New York. De Blasio, facing his first significant test in trying to improve relations between police and minority communities, said Monday that he believes the troubles stem from racial tension that defined his predecessor's 12 years in office. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) AP Photo/Seth Wenig New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference on Monday, July 28, 2014, in New York. De Blasio, facing his first significant test in trying to improve relations between police and minority communities, said Monday that he believes the troubles stem from racial tension that defined his predecessor's 12 years in office. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) AP Photo/Seth Wenig

"If you do not fire him, if you do not command this, then the future does not look bright," Thompson continued. "It's what you deserve, because you have not taken the steps necessary to ensure a better way of life in New York City."

A number of police officers in the city have requested that if they are killed in the line of duty, the mayor not attend their funerals. The mayor said he would not honor their request, because he needs to support them "regardless of what they feel."

"It's like your mom, 'This is for your own good. Take it,'' Lacombe said. "'I'm going to respect the hell out of you, man. I'm going to respect you even if you don't want me to.'"

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