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    A DEVASTATED dog owner whose pet was killed after being mown down by a car was cruelly told by the insurance company that it was THEIR fault. Sue Kennedy's world was "shattered" when her beloved Yorkshire terrier Bonnie ran out into the road outside her home in Helston, Cornwall, and was fatally hit. 2Yorkshire terrier Bonnie was tragically killed when she ran out into the roadCredit: BPM 2Her owner Sue Kennedy says the insurance company blamed her for the pooch's deathCredit: BPM While wading through the grief of losing her canine companion, she says their callous insurance company then blamed her for Bonnie's death. The aptly-named firm Animal Friends refused to pay out for their claim and harshly insinuated Sue had been guilty of an offence under the Road Traffic Act. The dog-lover explained she and her husband have cared for countless pups during their 35-year marriage, describing their pets as "the centre of our world." She said: "We have always taken insurance out for them, paid for grooming and kept their inoculations up to date and up to now...
    Andrew Cuomo regularly joked about sex during his time in the Clinton administration, suggesting one senator wanted to lick his press aide's thigh and that his Kennedy brothers-in-law were sleeping with the same woman, according to a new book. Karen Hinton, who has accused Cuomo of sexual harassment, recalls alleged details of her former boss's uncouth conduct in her new memoir, Penis Politics, an advance copy of which was obtained by the Washington Examiner and which has already prompted pushback from Cuomo's team. Long before Cuomo became governor of New York and the sexual harassment scandal that led to his resignation this summer, though he denies any inappropriate touching, Cuomo served as secretary of Housing and Urban Development from 1997 to early 2000. It was during that period that, Hinton writes, Cuomo invited her to a meeting with then-Sen. Trent Lott. Calling the Mississippi Republican a "shameless flirt," Hinton recalls how Lott "sat close to" her in an uncomfortable situation about which Cuomo and other aides, whom Hinton called the "boy brigade," would later laugh over. "I thought Lott was...
    A MUM looked 'like Quasimodo' after a horrifying allergic reaction was so severe, doctors said it could have killed her. Clare McGuire, 34, from Greater Manchester, got her eyebrows waxed and tinted at a salon for the first time last week on Wednesday (October 27) and says she's still suffering from 'scabby' eyebrows three weeks on. 5Clare McGuire treated herself to getting her eyebrows tinted as a confidence boost.Credit: Kennedy News 5She claims the beauty technician did not apply her patch test correctlyCredit: Kennedy News 5Clare is still suffering from side affects three weeks onCredit: Kennedy News Clare says the beauty technician incorrectly applied her patch test to her hand and advised her to leave it on for only an hour, meaning her allergic reaction didn't show up before the treatment. The traumatised care worker has vowed never to get her eyebrows tinted again after the ordeal, and has shared pictures of her dramatic allergic reaction to warn others to get a proper patch test done. Just a few hours after getting her eyebrows done Clare's face became red...
    The man who assassinated Sen. Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 could be released on parole Friday after prosecutors said they won't oppose the motion.    Sirhan B. Sirhan, now 77, has spent the last 53 years in a San Diego prison and is scheduled to stand in front of a California parole board for the 16th time on Friday.  His last parole hearing was in February 2016.   He was originally sentenced to death, but California briefly outlawed capital punishment and his sentence was reduced to life in prison, with that loophole also giving him the chance to seek freedom. Newly elected Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón told The Washington Post before his December inauguration that one of his initiatives is establish a sentencing review unit to revisit the cases of about 20,000 low-risk or older inmates.  Sirhan Sirhan - pictured hearing speaking at his 15th parole hearing in February 2016 - will be up for parole again on Friday Sirhan was convicted of killing the up-and-coming Sen. Robert F. Kennedy - pictured here hours before he was shot...
    A jury in Louisiana last week convicted a man who claimed he shot his neighbor in 2019 because he was tired of listening to loud music. Thomas Kennedy, 72, was found guilty of second-degree attempted murder on Wednesday, according to reports.  Kennedy walked over to his neighbor’s home in April 2019 with a .45-caliber Judge revolver and shot the neighbor at point-blank range, FOX 8 of New Orleans reported.  "I had enough of the music," Kennedy told investigators after he called police to report the shooting. "I took the gun and stuck it up to him. I let him know I wasn’t playing with him." The neighbor survived the shooting and was taken to a hospital.  CALIFORNIA DISTRICT ATTORNEY HALTS NEW EFFORT TO SEEK DEATH SENTENCE AGAINST SCOTT PETERSON And while Kennedy said the situation escalated quickly after he decided to go over, prosecutors said he showed little emotion after the shooting. Thomas Kennedy, 72, could face up to 50 years in prison.  (Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office) "The defendant was laughing in the interview after having shot his neighbor,"...
    LET'S be honest - when it comes to school dress up days, us mums feel a LOT of pressure to send our kids in wearing a completely original and lovingly handmade costume. But when her daughter's school's "culture day" rolled around this month, mum-of-two Sharlie Darling was struggling for inspiration. 7Mum-of-two Sharlie didn't want to have to buy anything new for her daughter Madeline's 'culture day' at schoolCredit: Kennedy News Determined to keep the costs down, Sharlie finally decided to dress five-year-old Madeline up as a "basic b****h" as it meant not having to buy anything new. Along with an oversized scarf and striped t-shirt, the mum also got her daughter to wear a pair of Uggs and gave her an empty Starbucks cup to fulfil the hilarious stereotype. The mum, from Orlando, Florida, said: "I wasn't going to go out and buy her a costume. What was I expected to do? Go out, buy a gown and call her the Queen of England? She's...
    A WOMAN was left distraught after a taxi driver "fat shamed" her and allegedly told her "you need a BIGGER CAB". Kyer Hoskin, who is a size 28, was about to jump into taxi after depositing cash at a bank in Cambridge when she claims the driver "looked her up and down" and suggested she travel in a larger car. 11Kyer Hoskin, who is a size 28, was about to jump into taxi when she was "fat shamed" by the driverCredit: Kennedy News Mortified, the 29-year-old refused to get into the five door hatchback and instead went to the next vehicle along - before submitting a complaint to Cambridge City Council as soon as she got home. Kyer claims she would have been able to "comfortably" fit into the car with a regular seatbelt as she doesn't require an extender, having travelled into the city centre that morning with no problems. Kyer explained: "I approached the first taxi in the queue and asked him if he took card [payments]. "He was umming and aahing about the wifi on his...
    Washington — Judge Amy Coney Barrett, one of the leading contenders to fill the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, said in 2016 that she did not think precedent "establishes a rule for either side in the debate" over replacing Supreme Court justices during an election year. "It shouldn't be a surprise that the Senate is willing to push a president's nominee through in an election year when they share the same political affiliation," Barrett, a professor at Notre Dame Law School at the time, told CBSN in February 2016. Barrett, now a judge on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, was speaking shortly after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, the court's most conservative member for whom she had clerked. After his death, Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell quickly vowed not to consider then-President Obama's nominee to fill the seat before the 2016 presidential election.  Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Barrett was asked whether prior Supreme Court vacancies provided any guidance for approving a nominee during an election year....
    A MUM who dismissed a dimple as a stretch mark was left in tears when doctors told her it was a sign of breast cancer. Demelza Jefferis was getting out of the shower when she noticed the mark on her cleavage. 6Demelza Jefferis had been getting out of the shower when she noticed the mark Credit: Kennedy News and Media At first, the 42-year-old dismissed it as a stretch mark but after looking again she realised it was a small dent that only appeared when her arm was raised. Demelza, who lives in Plymouth, Devon, has a history of breast cancer in the family and said she has always been thorough with checking for abnormalities. At the age of 58 her grandmother sadly died of breast cancer and Demelza believes her grandmother had been watching over her that day as she accidentally dropped her towel and spotted the cancer sign. In order to inspect the mark, the mum-of-one relaxed her arm close to 100 times to inspect the small crease which appeared by her left nipple. 6The dimple like mark...
    In response to a New York Police Department precinct boss retiring amid the sweeping backlash against law enforcement, "Outnumbered" co-host Kennedy said on Monday that Bill de Blasio is a “horrible mayor.” “His policies suck. He can’t run the city,” Kennedy said on “Outnumbered.” “He put this city on a collision course with long-term disaster and shame on him for that because, yes, we’re going through a tough time. We’re going to go through tough times in the future as we have difficult conversations,” Kennedy said. JUDGE JEANINE PIRRO: DEPARTURE OF NYPD COMMANDER A SIGN OF FRUSTRATION WITH 'FECKLESS' LEADERS The NYPD precinct boss who retired in protest last week blasted politicians for wanting to “vilify” cops during a raucous final walk-out celebration at his Bronx stationhouse Friday. Deputy Inspector Richard Brea rode off in a restored classic police car at about 3 p.m. after the celebration outside the 46th Precinct, which featured an NYPD helicopter fly by and NYPD bagpipers. In a speech at the ceremony, Brea slammed politicians for not backing police officers amid nationwide protests against police brutality. Video“Their blood is in the...
    A retired sheriff's deputy is taking a stand after his homeowner's association ordered that he take down a Blue Lives Matter flag hung outside his house. Sean Kennedy spent 25 years enforcing the law as a Pasco County sheriff's deputy and chooses to fly the Blue Lives Matter flag — a gray, blue, and white flag designed like the American flag — outside his house to honor fallen law enforcement. Sean Kennedy with his Blue Lives Matter flag. (Image source: WFLA-TV screenshot) Kennedy lives with his family in a neighborhood in New Port Richey — a town north of Tampa — where a homeowner's association says that lawns must be neatly manicured and cars must be parked in garages. Apparently, only the American flag is allowed, too. According to WFLA-TV, Kennedy was recently sent a letter by his HOA claiming he was in violation of neighborhood rules and demanded that he remove the Blue Lives Matter flag within 14 days or face "further action." "While we support your patriotism, the American Flag does need to...
    Project 21 urged the John F. Kennedy Center to rescind comedian Tina Fey’s comedy award due to her participation in blackface. The black activists sent a letter to the Kennedy Center after Fey requested NBC remove episodes of “30 Rock” that featured her in blackface, according to a press release sent to the Daily Caller. “We are not trying to cancel Tina Fey,” Project 21 member Horace Cooper said in a statement. “Tina Fey cancelled herself when she asked Hulu to purge offensive episodes of ’30 Rock,’ calling the fruits of her creativity ‘ugliness.’ We are simply alerting the Kennedy Center – which has acted in the past to protect itself and the integrity of the Twain Prize – to do so again in light of Tina Fey’s admission.” (RELATED: ’30 Rock’ Creator Tina Fey Apologizes For ‘Pain’ Caused By Blackface Sketches, Requests Episodes Be Pulled) “Our view on the rightness or wrongness of blackface whether done by celebrities or otherwise hasn’t changed,” Cooper said in a statement to the Daily Caller. “Tina Fey has personally used and profited from...
    A homeowners association in New Port Richey, Florida, recently told a neighbor that he must remove a flag supporting law enforcement and firefighters. Retired Pasco County Sheriff’s Deputy Sean Kennedy said he got a letter from his community association telling him to take down a flag hanging outside his garage, according to WFLA. “The flag looks just like an American flag with the exception of black stripes and a blue stripe for law enforcement and a red stripe for firefighters,” the report noted. However, Kennedy said people did not understand the meaning behind it, adding that “It’s nothing to do with police.” “It’s police that have been killed. The meaning of the flag is to support police that have been killed. Not police that are active right now working,” he explained. In the letter, the homeowners association said it supported Kennedy’s patriotism, but “the American Flag does need to be the traditional American Flag.” “Please have this violation corrected within 14 days from the date of this letter. If the violation is not corrected within this timeframe, further action will...
    Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., called out Democrats Thursday for not speaking out against protesters who are seeking to destroy statues and historic monuments, arguing those who commit such illegal acts should be arrested. Speaking to host Sandra Smith on "America's Newsroom," Kennedy said decisions about monuments in public places "should be made by consensus, not the mob." "Unfortunately, the statue police, we've all seen it on TV are trying to turn our cities into scenes from 'Mad Max.' The mayors, Speaker Pelosi are allowing it and they think all these folks need are hugs and hot cocoa. I think they need to go to jail and be made to clean up their mess or pay for it. Anarchy is not harmless fun," he said. TRUMP TO SIGN EXECUTIVE ORDER PROTECTING FEDERAL STATUES, MONUMENTS Kennedy responded to Wednesday night's Fox News interview with Greater New York Black Lives Matter president Hawk Newsome. "If this country doesn't give us what we want, then we will burn down this system and replace it," he told host Martha MacCallum on "The Story." VideoLater in the interview, Newsome insisted the Black Lives Matter movement is about "saving lives"...
    BOSTON (AP) — When the U.S. Senate gathered to debate a major, bipartisan bill aimed at spending nearly $3 billion on conservation projects last week, just two senators failed to cast votes. One was Sen. Edward Markey, who is locked in a tough re-election primary battl e against a fellow Democrat — U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III. The vote was one of many Markey missed during the prior month and a half as the coronavirus pandemic raged and both he and Kennedy struggled to come up with ways to campaign without holding traditional rallies or shaking hands with voters. Of 42 Senate votes in May and the first half of June, Markey missed 34 or about 80%, according to information from GovTrack, an independent clearinghouse for congressional data. Of those missed votes, one of the more notable for Markey was last week’s vote on the Great American Outdoors Act. Markey has touted his support of environmental efforts during his decades in Congress, including the Green New Deal resolution he introduced last year with New York Democratic U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio...
    By STEVE LeBLANC, Associated Press BOSTON (AP) — When the U.S. Senate gathered to debate a major, bipartisan bill aimed at spending nearly $3 billion on conservation projects last week, just two senators failed to cast votes. One was Sen. Edward Markey, who is locked in a tough re-election primary battl e against a fellow Democrat — U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III. The vote was one of many Markey missed during the prior month and a half as the coronavirus pandemic raged and both he and Kennedy struggled to come up with ways to campaign without holding traditional rallies or shaking hands with voters. Of 42 Senate votes in May and the first half of June, Markey missed 34 or about 80%, according to information from GovTrack, an independent clearinghouse for congressional data. Of those missed votes, one of the more notable for Markey was last week’s vote on the Great American Outdoors Act. Markey has touted his support of environmental efforts during his decades in Congress, including the Green New Deal resolution he introduced last year with New York...
    BOSTON (AP) — When the U.S. Senate gathered to debate a major, bipartisan bill aimed at spending nearly $3 billion on conservation projects last week, just two senators failed to cast votes. One was Sen. Edward Markey, who is locked in a tough re-election primary battl e against a fellow Democrat — U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III. The vote was one of many Markey missed during the prior month and a half as the coronavirus pandemic raged and both he and Kennedy struggled to come up with ways to campaign without holding traditional rallies or shaking hands with voters. Of 42 Senate votes in May and the first half of June, Markey missed 34 or about 80%, according to information from GovTrack, an independent clearinghouse for congressional data. Of those missed votes, one of the more notable for Markey was last week’s vote on the Great American Outdoors Act. Markey has touted his support of environmental efforts during his decades in Congress, including the Green New Deal resolution he introduced last year with New York Democratic U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio...
    A pickup truck driver is facing charges after allegedly being involved in a pair of road rage incidents after he was cut off on a busy roadway in Fairfield County, police said. Officers were alerted by a passing motorist shortly after 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 20 of a road rage incident that took place near the intersection of Danbury Road (Route 7) and School Road in Wilton. Police said that the driver of a pickup truck chased an SUV, ultimately stopped both vehicles on Danbury Road, got out of his car and approached the SUV. According to the Wilton Police Department, officers arrived at the scene, ordering the man - later identified as Redding resident Michael Joseph Kennedy - back to his truck. The investigation into the alleged road rage incident determined that the driver of a 2020 Audi Q5 was driving south on Danbury Road near the intersection of Cannon Road, when it suddenly changed from the left lane to the right lane, cutting off a Nissan Titan pickup truck. Kennedy then allegedly sped around the Audi, slammed...
    By JEFF AMY, Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia state senators want to give broad protections to businesses and others from being sued if someone blames them for contracting COVID-19. House Bill 167 passed 31-19 on Tuesday and goes back to the House for more debate. The bill came forward after Senate leaders spurned a narrower measure intended to be something of compromise between business groups and plaintiff lawyers. That other measure had moved through a Senate committee last week, but Republican leaders placed the business community's preferred language into a different bill and pushed it forward. “To ensure economic recovery, businesses need the assurance that when giving their best effort in dealing with the public to protect employees and the general public that they in turn will be protected from frivolous lawsuits. Not any lawsuit, not every lawsuit, but frivolous lawsuits,” said Senate Majority Leader John Kennedy, a Macon Republican. Under the language approved Tuesday, a business, health care provider or protected entity would have to display “willful and wanton misconduct” or reckless or intentional infliction of harm to...
    Philanthropist David Rubenstein stands at the Arlington House at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., on July 17, 2014. The historic house was restored to its appearance after a $12.3 million gift from Rubenstein. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen) toggle audio on and off change volume download audio WTOP's Jason Fraley previews 'History with David Rubenstein' on PBS You know him as co-founder of The Carlyle Group and chairman of the Boards of Trustees at the Kennedy Center, Smithsonian and Council on Foreign Relations. Starting July 3, David Rubenstein will host “History with David Rubenstein,” a 10-episode program airing on PBS stations across the country, including WETA in the nation’s capital. “I started interviewing people who are historians at the New York Historical Society a few years ago and ultimately they decided to start a series,” Rubenstein said. “I interview great historians about their books or people who’ve been important figures in history.” The series kicks off with the late great political commentator and author Cokie Roberts. “Cokie was a longtime friend,” Rubenstein said. “I interviewed her about her three books that...
    Fox Business host Lisa Kennedy lashed out Monday at the “pissypants” protesters who tore down a statue of Union General and President Ulysses S. Grant. Kennedy joined the hosts of “Outnumbered” on Fox News to discuss the removal of a number of statues, either by private institutions or protesters, and she made it clear that she did not approve of Grant’s statue coming down. (RELATED: ‘That’s Dog Crap!’ Fox’s Kennedy Says Dems Picking Women For VP Is Insulting) WATCH: Dagen McDowell began the segment by listing several of the statues that were going to be removed, either by the owners or protesters, due to their association with racism or slave ownership. She cited the decision of New York City’s Museum of Natural History to remove the statue of President Theodore Roosevelt and Monmouth University’s promise to take down the statue of President Woodrow Wilson. “And protesters in San Francisco toppling statues of former president Ulysses S. Grant, who led the Union Army in the Civil War, and Francis Scott Key, who composed ‘The Star-Spangled Banner,'” McDowell said. “Both owned slaves,...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– Shots were fired on the inbound Kennedy Expressway. Police said the shooting took place at Lake Street just after 1 a.m. The back window of an SUV was shot out. Illinois State Police said no one was injured. This incident is under investigation. Lanes are now reopen.
    BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS - Camelot's inner circle is just about gone — though its spirit, some say, is very much alive. Wednesday's death of Jean Kennedy Smith, an acclaimed former U.S. ambassador to Ireland and the last surviving sibling of President John F. Kennedy, virtually erases those who were closest to the assassinated 35th U.S. president. "This is sort of bringing down the curtain on one of America's three political dynasties — the Adamses, the Roosevelts and now the Kennedys," said Patrick Maney, a Kennedy scholar and retired professor of history at Boston College. Only Ethel Kennedy, the 92-year-old wife of JFK's brother, Robert F. Kennedy — himself felled by an assassin's bullet five years later amid a mighty struggle for civil rights with echoes reverberating now in 2020 — remains with us. "The world seems less bright today," said Victoria Reggie Kennedy, whose husband, former U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy, another JFK brother, died in 2009. Kennedy Smith, who died Wednesday at age 92 at her Manhattan home, is being hailed for playing a pivotal role in the peace process in...
    BOSTON (AP) — Camelot’s inner circle is just about gone — though its spirit, some say, is very much alive. Wednesday’s death of Jean Kennedy Smith, an acclaimed former U.S. ambassador to Ireland and the last surviving sibling of President John F. Kennedy, virtually erases those who were closest to the assassinated 35th U.S. president. “This is sort of bringing down the curtain on one of America’s three political dynasties — the Adamses, the Roosevelts and now the Kennedys,” said Patrick Maney, a Kennedy scholar and retired professor of history at Boston College. Only Ethel Kennedy, the 92-year-old wife of JFK’s brother, Robert F. Kennedy — himself felled by an assassin’s bullet five years later amid a mighty struggle for civil rights with echoes reverberating now in 2020 — remains with us. “The world seems less bright today,” said Victoria Reggie Kennedy, whose husband, former U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy, another JFK brother, died in 2009. Kennedy Smith, who died Wednesday at age 92 at her Manhattan home, is being hailed for playing a pivotal role in the peace process in...
    BOSTON (AP) — Camelot’s inner circle is just about gone — though its spirit, some say, is very much alive. Wednesday’s death of Jean Kennedy Smith, an acclaimed former U.S. ambassador to Ireland and the last surviving sibling of President John F. Kennedy, virtually erases those who were closest to the assassinated 35th U.S. president. “This is sort of bringing down the curtain on one of America’s three political dynasties — the Adamses, the Roosevelts and now the Kennedys,” said Patrick Maney, a Kennedy scholar and retired professor of history at Boston College. Only Ethel Kennedy, the 92-year-old wife of JFK’s brother, Robert F. Kennedy — himself felled by an assassin’s bullet five years later amid a mighty struggle for civil rights with echoes reverberating now in 2020 — remains with us. “The world seems less bright today,” said Victoria Reggie Kennedy, whose husband, former U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy, another JFK brother, died in 2009. Kennedy Smith, who died Wednesday at age 92 at her Manhattan home, is being hailed...
    BOSTON (AP) — Camelot’s inner circle is just about gone — though its spirit, some say, is very much alive. Wednesday’s death of Jean Kennedy Smith, an acclaimed former U.S. ambassador to Ireland and the last surviving sibling of President John F. Kennedy, virtually erases those who were closest to the assassinated 35th U.S. president. “This is sort of of bringing down the curtain on one of America’s three political dynasties — the Adamses, the Roosevelts and now the Kennedys,” said Patrick Maney, a Kennedy scholar and retired professor of history at Boston College. Only Ethel Kennedy, the 92-year-old wife of JFK’s brother, Robert F. Kennedy — himself felled by an assassin’s bullet five years later amid a mighty struggle for civil rights with echoes reverberating now in 2020 — remains with us. “The world seems less bright today,” said Victoria Reggie Kennedy, whose husband, former U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy, another JFK brother, died in 2009. Kennedy Smith, who died Wednesday at age 92 at her Manhattan home, is being hailed for playing a pivotal role in the peace process...
    Fox Business Network host Kennedy warned on "The Five" Friday that the demands made by Seattle demonstrators who have occupied six blocks of the city's Capitol Hill neighborhood and declared it a "cop-free zone" would result in "fascist outcomes." "I grew up in Portland. I lived in Seattle. I love the weirdo atmosphere," Kennedy said. "But this has gone so far beyond that, because what you're seeing is really a totalitarian takeover of people who want a one-party state. "There's no longer freedom of expression or free exchange of ideas," she added. "And it seems to me, as you talk about gentrification, what does that mean? How do you write something like that down? If you're passing something through the city council, you don't. How does a local government mandate something like degentrification? And that's the problem with these broad terms, is they ultimately have fascist outcomes." BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTESTERS SAY SEATTLE'S AUTONOMOUS ZONE HAS HIJACKED MESSAGE Co-host Greg Gutfeld criticized the protesters' demands but repeated that he gave them credit for living out their ideology. "You can't make demands when you're seceding, right? I...
    Sen. John Kennedy said on Wednesday that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo was correct when he said that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio failed to handle the riots that broke out in the Big Apple. “I’m really worried about the cops and the peaceful protesters and the businesses in New York,” Kennedy, R-La., told “America’s Newsroom.” Kennedy continued, “And I don’t know what planet Mayor de Blasio parachuted in from, but I don’t see him carrying his happy a** down there, trying to protect people.” “He needs help to protect everybody, the peaceful protesters, the cops, and the business owners and if he doesn’t realize he needs help, then he’s not qualified to run a hot dog stand as far as I am concerned,” Kennedy said. WITH NYC UNDER ATTACK, DE BLASIO'S HANDLING OF NYPD FUELS LONG-RUNNING TENSIONS WITH POLICE The two leaders have long had a difficult relationship, but it spilled out into the open on Tuesday after a night of rioting tore through the city, with Cuomo saying “the NYPD and the mayor did not do their job...
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