UPDATE — 9:12 p.m. ET: At the last moment, Mayor Bill de Blasio ultimately arrived at the memorial.
De Blasio just showed up at the viewing for PO Rafael Ramos.— Oren Yaniv (@Oren Yaniv)1419646108.0
...and @BilldeBlasio's schedule is now out. And included what appears to be an imminent appearance at Officer Ramos' wake.— Jonathan Lemire (@Jonathan Lemire)1419646020.0
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio appeared to remain noticeably absent from the Friday memorial honoring slain NYPD officer Rafael Ramos.
According to New York Daily News reporter Oren Yaniv, the mayor was still a "no-show" at the wake which formally concluded at 9 p.m.
@oliverdarcy as far as we can tell.— Oren Yaniv (@Oren Yaniv)1419644760.0
Moreover, de Blasio's office had failed to issue a public schedule Friday.
This is the first day of @BilldeBlasio's term in which he has (so far, anyway) not issued a public schedule.— Jonathan Lemire (@Jonathan Lemire)1419642906.0
It's 8 p.m., do you know where @BilldeBlasio is? Still waiting on today's public schedule...— Annie Karni (@Annie Karni)1419641991.0
.@BilldeBlasio still hasn't put out a public schedule for today. Last we knew, he was in Connecticut.— Jillian Jorgensen (@Jillian Jorgensen)1419627310.0
A representative for the mayor's office did not immediately return a phone call or email from TheBlaze requesting comment.
The news comes as tension between de Blasio and police department soar to new heights.
On Friday morning, an airplane paid for by retired and current cops was spotted in the New York City skies reading, “De Blasio, our backs have turned to you.”
Some police officers had asked the mayor to stay away from funerals for officers, however, according to CBS, the Ramos family said they would like de Blasio to attend.
This story has been updated to include more information.
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