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The interviews were conducted by longtime Trump acolyte Lynne Patton.
To get ready, the NYPD started spying on protesters a year before the convention!
Stewart said one of the Republicans' plans for America is to "inject Rudy Giuliani with a speedball and Red Bull enema."
Outside magazine says the gloves are "like wearing brass knuckles."
Trump's campaign first admitted that the speech "in some instances included fragments that reflected her own thinking" but later denied plagiarizing Michelle Obama's speech.
1700 police officers and 200 National Guardsmen are displacing students at Case Western Reserve University.
Both the city and the NYCLU, which went to battle for the protestors, seem to see the payout as a win for their respective sides
The city is paying out millions to protesters who were wrongfully arrested during the 2004 Republican National Convention.
Judge Richard Sullivan rejected the city's claim that the NYPD relied on "group probable cause" in making 200-plus arrests on Aug 31, 2004.
A Fox News contributor doesn't believe that Ann Romney gets American women's struggles, causing him to be cut out of later post-speech discussion.
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