“I’m willing to believe that I don’t know who wanted this meeting,” Rob Goldstone told NBC.
“He cannot be believed,” said Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for Trump.
Just last month, the Trump Tower fire victim said he “was sick and he felt trapped, and he couldn’t sell the apartment.”
Todd Brassner, an art dealer, was trying desperately to sell his apartment in Trump Tower.
T’ruah, the rabbinic human rights group, will erect a booth in front of Trump Tower to protest the administration’s immigration policies.
Russian gun-for-hire sought to discredit a Russian asylum seeker — by calling him an anti-Semite.
President Obama carried New York City by a more than 4-1 margin. So where did he lose badly? In a handful of heavily Orthodox precincts.