New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand formally joined the 2020 White House race on Sunday and previewed the hard line she will take against President Trump by announcing a rally outside one of his signature Manhattan properties.
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While campaigning for president in Iowa on Saturday, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand condemned anti-Semitism at one of the several women’s marches taking place across the country, addressing the allegations roiling the national Women’s March, Inc. organization.
WASHINGTON — Even though he no longer has the “Daily Show” as a platform, Jon Stewart is pushing ahead with a cause he trumpeted on the program: medical care for Sept. 11 responders. Stewart and…
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