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President Trump's tax reforms limited deductions for state and local taxes, impacting New Jersey and New York residents. Now the IRS is targeting the states' response.        ... [Read More]
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'Martin, I have to say your car looks truly amazing," Trump said to Truex. 'I want to get in that thing and just drive it right away. Do you mind?'        ... [Read More]
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The final episode of the 43rd season of "Saturday Night Live" starred former cast member Tina Fey as host. The "SNL" cold opening spoofed "The Sopranos" finale with Alec Baldwin playing President Trump and Robert De Niro playing special counsel Robert Mueller. Fey reprised her role as Sarah Palin and sang a message to the members of Trump's White House. The 43rd season of "Saturday Night Live" wrapped up with Alec Baldwin returning as President Donald Trump and host Tina Fey reviving her Sarah Palin impression. The opening skit was a spoof of the controversial... [Read More]
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The tension at a New Jersey diner grows as President Trump spots a man that looks a lot like Robert Mueller. [Read More]
NBC Two weeks ago, Saturday Night Live presented its most star-studded cold open maybe ever, boasting the likes of Alec Baldwin's President Trump, Ben Stiller's Michael Cohen, Martin Short as Dr. Harold Bornstein, Kate McKinnon's Rudy Giuliani, Scarlett Johansson and Jimmy Fallon's Ivanka and Jared, and Stormy Daniels as… herself. For this week's season finale, SNL once again kicked things off with a bang. It opened at Holsten's Restaurant in Bloomfield, New Jersey, with Alec Baldwin's Trump plopping into a booth before putting on Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'," in a parody of The Sopranos' series finale. He... [Read More]
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"The Circus" host John Heilemann sits down with the former Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, to discuss his relationship with Donald Trump, dealing with scandals, and what it was like working with Robert Mueller. New episodes of The Circus air Sundays at 8:00 pm ET/PT only on SHOWTIME. Christie draws comparisons between the media scandals used to attack him and those used to attack President Trump, saying: "I've told him that many times, that [the situations] are very analogous." "It was completely overwhelming, you're being followed everywhere,... [Read More]
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