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The War On Christmas turned literal in Midtown last night.
Trump also claimed, without evidence, "we can socially distance ourselves and go to work," and that "you're going to have suicides by the thousands" if the shutdown continues.
Mayor Bill de Blasio's long-shot presidential bid shows little sign of slowing down amid dwindling support and a scramble for donors.
Fox News is declining to run an ad for a documentary warning against the potential for fascism to take root in the United States, featuring footage from an actual Nazi rally at Madison Square Garden.
"Litigations happen all the time, a lot of them are nonsense and you pay some small amount to make them go away. $32 million is a different story."
"This is crap, and you know it," O'Reilly told the NY Times.
Fox News called the lawsuit a "publicity stunt" and "downright shameful."
Bolling was dismissed from Fox News on Friday, after allegations that he texted photos of genitalia to female colleagues.
The latest news out of last weekend's G20 excursion is that the Conflicts of Interest Board believed the trip achieved "a city purpose."
Joseph D. Amico, of Las Vegas, allegedly made a series of threatening phone calls to the lawyers in late April.
"I am profoundly sad and heartbroken to report that my husband, Roger Ailes, passed away this morning," Ailes's wife announced this morning.
Shine was a righthand man of ousted Fox chairman Roger Ailes, and a producer of Sean Hannity's show earlier in his career.
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