Bill de Blasio

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
New York Police Department officers listen as Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York President Pat Lynch and representatives from other NYPD and law enforcement unions holds a news conference at the Icahn Stadium parking lot on June 9, 2020.
City leaders are urged to direct the money to "more relevant city agencies, harm reduction programs, and community-based organizations who are better trained and equipped to actually keep our communities safe."
Julia Conley, staff writer
"T he police could beat up de Blasio and he would say it didn't happen."
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio points to the New York Post front page in a press briefing on May 5, 2020.
The New York City mayor said that the president was "putting partisanship ahead...

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Leave it to the Brits, masters of passive aggression, to troll the clown of the western world into oblivion. From the moment he arrived to the sight of a giant penis mowed into a field, those in the U.K. have told it like it is with subtle snubs - no red carpet - and empty streets and in-your-face ridicule. The prize goes to Led By Donkeys, whose giant projections around London offered an unending feast of taunts, jibes, slurs and rudeness. "Doing the Lord's work," said one fan. We thank them.