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De Blasio lays into Trump administration over Department of Justice statement

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Saturday, 22 April 2017 ()

De Blasio lays into Trump administration over Department of Justice statementShare on Facebook Share on Twitter In a defiant defense of the New York Police Department, Mayor Bill de Blasio challenged President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to look into the eyes of the city's police officers and assert their claim that the department is “soft on crime,” hours after the Department of Justice released a statement describing the city as a dangerous place where crime abounds. “It’s an unacceptable statement that denigrates the people of New York City and the men and women of the NYPD. It...
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