Embattled D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray may not have any plans to step down despite his latest legal troubles, but that hasn’t stopped the raging debate around the city about whether he should resign immediately.
Over the weekend, The Post published a pair of stories that took the pulse on how Gray’s supporters and detractors are framing their arguments. In Monday’s Post Courtland Milloy takes aim at supporters of ex-Mayor Adrian Fenty, who have taken to gloating online and on the airwaves about how their predictions of a throwback to the Barry days have come true in light of the mayor’s continuing troubles.
Now we ask: Should Gray step down immediately? Who would be your choice to ultimately replace him? Phil Mendelson? Muriel Bowser? Tommy Wells? Or should we heed his advice to let the process play out?
What say you D.C.?