Carlisle on Caldwell: 'No Comment'

Nathan Eagle/Honolulu Civil Beat

Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle can talk until you stop him about his love for rail.

But if you ask him about Kirk Caldwell and whether he’d support him for mayor if the $5.26 billion project wasn’t an issue, Carlisle clams up.

On Thursday, Civil Beat spoke with Carlisle about a wide-range of topics, from Occupy Honolulu to the city’s response to Saturday’s tsunami.

What he said about Caldwell — or rather what he didn’t say — shows the outgoing mayor may be conflicted on this one.

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