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Trump's jaw-dropping lines from wild White House press conference

Here are President Trump’s most memorable lines on a variety of topics at his sprawling press conference at the White House on Thursday: STATE OF THE UNION “To be honest, I inherited a mess. It’s a mess at home and abroad.” “What a mess.” HIS ADMINISTRATION “I see stories of chaos yet it is the exact opposite.” Ivanka and Melania ...

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Angry pols demand FDNY end sex assaults, hazing of new recruits

It’s time for the FDNY to end hazing — including sexual assaults — at firehouses across the city, a group of elected officials and firefighters said Thursday. City Councilman Andy King (D-Bronx) cited the case of probationary hire Gordon Springs, who recently filed a lawsuit alleging he was sexually harassed and discriminated against while being hazed by his firehouse brothers. ...

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Labor pick Acosta gave ‘sweetheart deal’ to sex offender Epstein

President Trump’s pick for Labor Secretary is likely to face scrutiny for the “sweetheart” deal he gave to billionaire convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. The President named Alexander Acosta as his labor choice Thursday, after previous nominee Andy Puzder backed out over scrutiny of issues including alleged violence in his marriage. Acosta, the law school dean of Florida International University, is ...

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Robert Harward turns down Trump's national security adviser offer

President Trump faced yet another staffing headache on Thursday evening as retired Vice Adm. Robert Harward turned down his offer to become the next national security adviser, according to multiple reports. The rejection comes just a few days after Michael Flynn was fired from the top national security post for lying to senior White House officials about the extent of ...

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Donald Sterling: 'Amazing' that Knicks owner being compared to me

While James Dolan’s ongoing feud with former Knick Charles Oakley continues to unspool in public, the Madison Square Garden Chairman has an unlikely — yet ardent — ally in his corner. “I think Dolan’s a terrific owner. I really do,” Donald Sterling told the Daily News Thursday. “He does the best he can do, and unfortunately sometimes a player misunderstands. ...

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President Trump has created a new reality show

President Trump held a press conference on Thursday afternoon. In the doing he created a new reality show that Americans are just going to love over the next four years. The name of the show? Beat the Press. Webster’s Dictionary defines the word “beat” in several ways, but the two most relevant here are “to strike forcefully” and “to overcome, ...

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KING: Trump falsely claims he's the 'least anti-Semitic' person

No, Donald. You are not “the least anti-Semitic” or the “least racist person” I know. I doubt you are the least anti-Semitic or least racist person most people know. That you formed your lips to speak such foolishness makes sense, though. You are an aloof, out of touch, unethical, dishonest man. Only someone with your historic lack of self-awareness would ...

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Seth Rogen messages Donald Trump Jr. on Twitter about his father

Seth Rogen thinks having Donald Trump as President is super bad. The actor, who has been vocal on social media about his dislike of POTUS, messaged his son, Donald Trump Jr., on Twitter asking him to tell his father to resign. Seth Rogen (l.) messaged Donald Trump Jr. (r.) on Twitter after he noticed he was a follower. (NBC and ...

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EXCLUSIVE: Sergeant in charge of drunk cop place on modified duty

A Bronx sergeant has been stripped of his gun and shield after a police officer he supervises was indicted for drunken driving on duty, the Daily News has learned. Sgt. Armando Colon was placed on modified duty, assigned to a desk job, and could now face departmental charges, officials said Thursday. Evans, 44, appears at his arraignment at Bronx Supreme ...

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Man searches for owner of wedding ring found in LIRR parking lot

He’s looking for his one true — owner. A Long Island man is hoping to find the person who lost a gold wedding band he found in the Roslyn train station’s parking lot. Joel Landstein, 56, of Roslyn, was with his son and his son’s girlfriend at the Long Island Rail Road station in the Nassau County village last month ...

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