After Trump Changed His Residence to Florida, NY's Governor Trolled Him With a Farewell Tweet for the Ages
President Donald Trump is a lifelong New Yorker, albeit not a typical one. He's partied at Studio 54 and he has buildings emblazoned with his name, but New York's hardly loved him back, despite his being one of the city's most familiar faces.
Trump recently filed to change his residency from New York to Florida—even referring to Trump Tower as his former home. After the story broke, the President addressed the move on his Twitter account.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Used Croissant Prices to Prove a Point about the Minimum Wage and It Went Right Over Ted Cruz's Head
After an attempt at being clever on Twitter, the new hip Republican Senator Rafael "Ted" Cruz—complete with beard and cravats—drew mainly mockery. The Senator tried to disparage a tweet about minimum wage.
On Monday, freshman Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) tweeted about a living wage for workers. She posted:
Living in the United States without proper documentation is not easy, especially as raids on populations of immigrants living in small communities across the nation are rapidly increasing under the Trump administration’s watch.
The men and women of America’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) make arrests daily. North Carolina is a recent and significant example, where ICE arrested at least 40 people in the second week of April alone, according to ICE spokesman Brian Cox.
Dr. Ricardo Cruciani was arrested on rape charges in New York City on Tuesday and pled guilty to groping women at a Philadelphia clinic for years in November 2017. The past charges for the neurologist include multiple counts of sexual abuse. According to Philadelphia Magazine, Cruciani "fondled and groped women under his care," "tried to forcibly kiss a woman in his office," "tried to force a woman to touch his penis," and would also masturbate in front of patients. In November 2017, Cruciani pled guilty in Philadelphia Municipal Court to misdemeanor counts of sexually predatory behavior, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. He was sentenced to seven years probation and had to register as a sex offender.
According to NJ.com, his latest arrest for rape was spurred by a former patient, Hillary Tullin, 45. Tullin called a sexual abuse hotline last year, alleging that Cruciani repeatedly abused her between 2005 and 2012. Cruciani previously worked at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City.
Reports are coming in about an explosive device detonating at Port Authority in New York City this morning. The NYPD is investigating. According to police, reports of the explosion came in at about 7:25 a.m. and the area was evacuated. According to Pix 11, "A man with a 'possible second device' has been detained in the subway tunnel, sources said. He was described him as 'having wires coming out of him.'" The man has been identified as Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi national with an address in Brooklyn. He is currently at Bellevue Hospital with serious injuries. CBS adds that the explosion happened in a subway tunnel under Port Authority.
UPDATE: New York has voted "No" to a Constitutional Convention to explore proposals for revisions or amendments to the State Constitution. It has voted "Yes" to Proposition 2 on Pension Reform, which "allows judges to reduce or strip the state pension of elected officials convicted of felonies related to their duties" and "Yes" to Proposition 3 on Adirondacks Land Use, which "creates a 250-acre land bank so that towns can use small pieces of state preserves for critical public projects."