After the resignation of his national security adviser, Mr. Trump is seen by talk radio hosts and listeners as the victim of leaks and Washington insiders.
Last October, multiple Connecticut television stations published a slideshow prominently displaying the names and faces of the 14 women arrested in a New Haven prostitution sting that month. A week later, the New Haven Independent, the nonprofit online news outlet founded in 2005, published a long piece examining the history and efficacy of these types…
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Maybe you have seen the mini impressions performed by Dana Carvey for The Vanity earlier this year? Recently he did visit the Howard Stern Show and did perform a few of his really entertaining bits on the radio. Well done, Mister!
Okay, this one is a little older, but got around again in the last days. Pretty dope timing!
The week ahead brings updated stats on housing and growth and maybe some Fed news.