Early Addition: Is This The Most Extreme Out Of Office Message?
Follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat, and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you— sign up here. The Times breaks down Trump's conciliatory, weak meeting with Kim Jong Un yesterday. Trump told ABC News that he "trusts" Kim Jong Un, and said this about the dictator who starves, tortures, and rapes his people: "His country does love him. His people, you see the fervor. They have a great fervor." David Simon wrote a loving tribute to Anthony Bourdain and a drunken night out in NYC a few months ago. Here's what a nuclear attack in NY might look like. Roseanne apologized to George Soros over her terrible Nazi comments. U2 dedicated "Stuck in a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of" to Anthony Bourdain and "his friends and family" at the Apollo last night. Alec Baldwin is convinced he could beat Trump if he ran for president: "If I ran, I would win. I would absolutely win." Atlanta writer and producer Stephen Glover said the show will have more female-centric stories in season three. Is this the most extreme out-of-office message? Lorraine Gordon, who took over the Village Vanguard in 1989 and ran it for the rest of her life, has died. Amazon has made a straight-to-series order of an adaptation of the NY Times' long-running "Modern Love" column. And finally, this cat's whole world has been shaken: