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Melania Trump and her son Barron plan to stay in New York City and President-elect Donald Trump plans to visit regularly, according to CNN Money. Closing the Lincoln Tunnel isn’t the only problem that will create. There are at least 1 million other ways this costs New York City.

The media thought Trump was going to discuss access and planning in a meeting, but instead, he ripped into CNN and other outlets and reporters. One person called the gathering“a f—king firing squad.”

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Did “Saturday Night Live” spark more than a tweet from Trump? Pence now says that ObamaCare will be dismantled “out of the gate.”

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