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Ex-Senate staffer says Albany enlightenment silenced her about Klein

ALBANY — The former state Senate staffer who accused Bronx state Sen. Jeffrey Klein of forcibly kissing her pronounced Albany’s “insidious” enlightenment of passionate nuisance kept her from stating the incident. Erica Vladimer’s open indictment however, is not adequate for the Senate to investigate, Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan pronounced …

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Top Democrat seeks to talk Ivanka Trump in Russia probe

WASHINGTON — The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee says he wants to talk the President’s daughter as partial of the panel’s Russia investigation, along with other witnesses who Republicans aren’t inviting. Rep. Adam Schiff pronounced Thursday that Republicans have declined to entice many witnesses that would be profitable …

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Democrats wish to talk Ivanka Trump in Russia probe

WASHINGTON — The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee says he wants to talk the President’s daughter as partial of the panel’s Russia investigation, along with other witnesses who Republicans aren’t inviting. Rep. Adam Schiff pronounced Thursday that Republicans have declined to entice many witnesses that would be profitable …

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Trump bloody for scornful immigrants from ‘s–thole countries’

Social media erupted Thursday after President Trump slammed protections for immigrants from “s–thole countries” in the Caribbean and Africa, while some leaders chose to omit his controversial remarks. “Why are we having all these people from s–thole countries come here?” the President reportedly griped during an Oval Office assembly Thursday …

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Democratic lawmakers wish to summons Trump Organization

WASHINGTON — Democratic members of the House slip cabinet asked the Republican authority to start a critical review into President Donald Trump’s conflicts of interests. They also sought a summons of the Trump Organization to furnish papers that were requested months ago. The minute was sent to Chairman Trey Gowdy …

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