New Yorkers will always resist a mayor who acts like a dictator – New York Post

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s unintentionally hilarious, self-coronating interview in New York Magazine this week included this insane sentence: “I think people all over this city, of every background, would like to have the city government be able to determine which building goes where, how high it will be, who gets to live in it, what the rent […]

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Trump tells Jewish leaders he plans to go after Antisemitism – New York Post

President Trump on Friday told Jewish leaders during the traditional phone call before the start of the High Holy Days next week that he would crack down on rising anti-Semitism across the US. With his Jewish son-in-law Jared Kushner also on the line, Trump said the tradition of Judaism “strengthens our nation and inspires us […]

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Nicole Malliotakis’s Battle Cry Should Be ‘Clean Up New York!’ – National Review

Under de Blasio, rats thrive, subways stall, and it’s legal to pee — and live — on the sidewalks. Four words elected Donald J. Trump president: “Make America great again.” Unlike Hillary Clinton’s nebulous creed — “Stronger Together” —Trump’s slogan was a call to action. MAGA suggested better times ahead and recalled better times behind. […]

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Nikki Haley to North Korea: ‘No problem’ letting Mattis deal with you – Fox News

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned North Korea on Friday that she is more than willing to let Defense Secretary Jim Mattis deal with the nuclear threat from Pyongyang if sanctions do not work. Haley said recent sanctions have “strangled” North Korea’s “economic situation,” calling the impact “dramatic.” But she said there’s […]

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Malliotakis offers sleepy de Blasio a can of Red Bull – New York Post

By Yoav Gonen, Michael Gartland and Bruce Golding Mayor ​Bill ​de Blasio’s midday nap habit came under fire Tuesday by political opponents gunning for his job — one of whom offered him a can of Red Bull outside City Hall. Hours after The Post ​​exclusively revealed Hizzoner’s penchant for crashing out on his office couch, Republican Nicole Malliotakis was […]

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Trump Touts New Sanctions on North Korea – Washington Post

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — President Donald Trump on Saturday touted new sanctions the U.N. Security Council approved for North Korea, saying they will have a “very big financial impact.” The Security Council unanimously approved the sanctions on North Korea, including banning coal and other exports worth over $1 billion. The U.S.-drafted measure, negotiated with North Korea’s […]

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Donors, Fund-Raisers, Friends: Gaining Access to De Blasio’s City Hall – New York Times

By WILLIAM NEUMAN and J. DAVID GOODMAN AUGUST 4, 2017 For Jona S. Rechnitz and Jeremiah Reichberg, giving money to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s political campaigns offered a backstage pass to city government. They exchanged friendly emails with the mayor and got access to high-level officials to discuss business they had with the city. The close relationship between the mayor and […]

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West Virginia’s Democratic Governor to Announce Party Change at Trump Rally – Fox News

West Virginia Democratic Gov. Jim Justice plans to announce at a rally Thursday evening with President Trump that he is changing parties, three Republican sources confirmed to Fox News. Justice is expected to announce he’s becoming a Republican. Trump earlier in the day had teased the prospect of having a big announcement at his rally […]

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Congress OKs Big Boost in GI Bill College Aid for Veterans – Military Times

WASHINGTON — Congress sent President Donald Trump legislation to provide the biggest expansion of college aid for military veterans in a decade. The Senate cleared the bill by voice vote on Wednesday, passing the second piece of legislation aimed at addressing urgent problems at the beleaguered Department of Veterans Affairs in as many days. The […]

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Trump, GOP Senators Champion Bill to Cut Legal Immigration Levels – Fox News

President Trump joined two Republican senators on Wednesday to champion legislation overhauling legal immigration in America, calling for a merit-based system that would significantly cut admissions over the next decade. Speaking at the White House, the president called it “the most significant reform to our immigration system in a half century.” “As a candidate, I […]

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