Caroline Kennedy’s interviews so far have been notable for their halting style and copious “you know’s” (c.f., “You know, I think really this is sort of unique moment both in our, you know, our country’s history, and in, you know, my own life”). Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he feels her pain. "If there's anybody who understands the pain and suffering of having the press criticize how you speak, it is me," Bloomberg said yesterday. The mayor noted that his clumsy style had improved greatly during his tenure his office. He also suggested that the press was being harder on Kennedy than the other contenders for the seat. "Nobody seems to be asking other particular candidates, 'Tell us what you would do in the situation of world chaos or whatever, a Depression, a world war,'" he said.
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