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Michael M. Grynbaum
I write for The New York Times about media, TV, and politics. I recently acquired a cat. “Bad person he is.”—
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Maggie Haberman 6h
Firing the person who is supposed to be a check on you, and not doing it yourself? Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
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Grace Rauh 6h
De Blasio refuses to apologize to NYers for city's response to the storm. "I am very frustrated with what happened. I think it was a horrible experience for NYers," Mayor de Blasio says. "I don't think it's fair to say the city agencies could have stopped all of this."
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Michael M. Grynbaum 8h
Mayor de Blasio fires the city's Commissioner of Investigations, in-house watchdog of city government
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Michael M. Grynbaum 9h
.'s vow to "develop rules & processes" regarding White House access is significant. Guidelines for WH passes are mostly enforced by custom, not rule of law. And judge dinged Team Trump on due process grounds, but punted on 1st Amendment question.
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Fin Gomez 9h
Overheard near the White House front gates: One Secret Service Officer to another: “ You know ’s coming right?”
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Emma G. Fitzsimmons 12h
Here's our initial story on what went wrong last night. Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city was caught off guard by the ferocity of the storm and plow trucks had a difficult time clearing streets. "I’m not happy with the end result. It’s unacceptable.”
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Michael M. Grynbaum 11h
Breaking: White House Must Restore Press Credentials for CNN's Jim Acosta, Judge Rules
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Eric Phillips 12h
Replying to @grynbaum
He’s done radio and tv on the storm already, and will do more before he speaks remotely to an important disability summit. He’ll then do more on the storm - and other things that aren’t weather. It’s a big job. Stay with us!
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Brian M. Rosenthal Nov 15
Reminder, as the is meeting to discuss reducing train frequency & other "draconian" cuts: NY spends billions every year on subway luxuries not funded by anybody else in the world - extra staffers on trains, elevator operators, unnecessary consultants
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Michael M. Grynbaum 13h
With city up in arms over last night’s snow response, Mayor Bill de Blasio will (checks notes) “deliver remarks via Skype to the Harkin International Disability Employment Summit in Washington D.C.”
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Erin Durkin Nov 15
So that Onion story about the subway being Amazon-only is a true thing that Atlanta offered. They were “‘exploring the possibility of adding an Amazon-dedicated car’ to the light-rail system.”
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Josh Dawsey Nov 15
Trump telling the Daily Caller that his friends have seen people go to their cars & change clothes so they can vote again reminds me of this story, one of my favorite of the presidency:
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Michael M. Grynbaum Nov 15
Might be more about their losing to Fox. Trey was a consistently tough questioner in the briefing room who got called on plenty.
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Brian Stelter Nov 15
Fox's Chris Wallace has booked an interview with Trump. Will air Sunday morning. Trump's first time on "Fox News Sunday" since he took office.
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Michael M. Grynbaum Nov 15
NYC's Amazon deal will boot 1,000 public school employees from offices - NY Daily News
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David P Gelles Nov 15
“Cable television was supposed to be a dying medium. And because of me it’s now hotter than it’s ever been. But someday I won’t be here and it will die like you’ve never seen,” President Trump told The Daily Caller in an interview on Wednesday.
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Michael M. Grynbaum Nov 15
“Corey Johnson⁩ also said, ‘Hell, no!’ when asked if Amazon should get the private helipad promised in the deal, adding that CEO Jeff Bezos ‘should take the E train or the 7 train to Court Square and get off.’”
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Michael M. Grynbaum Nov 14
GILLIBRAND moves in on de Blasio's left flank
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Michael M. Grynbaum Nov 14
Acosta case will continue for another day.....
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Michael M. Grynbaum Nov 14
De Blasio retweeting this from Bloomie is – interesting!
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