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<p>Rudy Giuliani resumed the attack on Hillary Clinton this morning, reprising the themes of his convention speech by calling her a criminal who should be put in jail. </p>
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<p>Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino and 2014 Republican nominee for governor said he is leaving the door open to another run for governor. </p>
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<p>Newt Gingrich, the former speaker of the house and one of the people Donald Trump considered to be his running mate, told a room full of Republicans from New York that they can make their state red again.</p>
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Hot 97 host Peter Rosenberg said Bratton “did not answer that question whatsoever.”
<p>NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton and a top aide to the mayor participated in a live radio program this afternoon to talk about police reform and race. The event was hosted by three radio stations - Hot 97, WBLS and WLIB. Bratton called into the program minutes after it started. Marco Carrion, the commissioner for the Community Affairs Unit at City Hall, appeared at the event in person.</p>
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"The mayor’s decision not to campaign for Senate Democratic candidates is partly an acknowledgment of the losses that candidates he stumped for in 2014 suffered throughout the state. It also comes as that effort is under investigation for possible skirting of election law."
After going all in to campaign for a Democratic-controlled State Senate in 2014, only to be handed a bruising loss with reverberating effects on his agenda, Mayor Bill de Blasio is sitting out the upcoming election cycle, according to people familiar with the matter.
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<p>According to Mayor Bill de Blasio, people who are upset and losing hope that policing will ever improve, should take comfort in the fact that there is retraining underway of ever officer in the NYPD - which is by far the largest, and arguably most influential police department in the country. </p>
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As he did the night before, Giuliani asked, rhetorically, “Where did it go?”
Perhaps, the former mayor was asked, it went somewhere when Trump popularized the theory that Obama was not born in the United States, but rather in Kenya, and therefore was unable to serve as president.
Giuliani replied, “No. I think it went somewhere when Barack Obama finds police guilty before they’re proven innocent.”
Asked for a time when Obama did this, Giuliani replied, “How about the ones in Baltimore right now? ..."
Was Obama responsible for that?
Giuliani ... answered by arguing that the president’s rhetoric about policing was the problem, and that Obama needed to make an apology.
New York City isn’t just the place where the Republican presidential nominee lives. According to former mayor Rudy Giuliani, what Donald Trump has done in the city is the very reason he should be president.
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On domestic security, Long went further, accusing President Obama of “subtly but very effectively encouraging the Black Lives Matter movement and really fomenting and stirring up racial wars that’s getting people killed.”
<p>When New Yorkers go to the polls this November, they will have the chance crush a life-long professional politician and boost into office a brash-talking, fly-by-their-gut, fair-haired political neophyte. </p>
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<p>The theme for the first day of the Republican National Convention is safety and security. The keynote speaker for that message is Rudy Giuliani, whose reputation as a law-and-order icon took shape when he was a crusading U.S. Attorney in Manhattan fighting the mafia, a mayor who successfully vanquished squeegee men and wolf packs, and finally, as an always-in-charge commander, striding up Church Street, covered in the ash from two collapsing t...
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Representatives from five of the city's leading good government advocacy organizations met Tuesday with members of Mayor Bill de Blasio's staff at City Hall.
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"I see it as a different kind of bigotry," the police commissioner said of marchers who focus on shootings by police.
"I see it as a different kind of bigotry," the police commissioner said of marchers who focus on shootings by police.
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I write for POLITICO New York. Everything else I do, is for me.
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  • University at Albany, The State University of New York
    1996 - 2001
  • Archbishop Molloy H.S.
    1992 - 1996
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