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WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of New York lawmakers submitted a formal request for the federal government to reimburse $18.7 million the city has shelled out for security around President Trump's residence at Trump Tower on Wednesday.
A bicameral but uni-partisan parade of legislators rallied with federal employees outside the Capitol on Thursday in a vigorous display of support for their pay, benefits and jobs.
“We are here today standing in support for freedom of the press,” Rep. Carolyn Maloney said. (SHAWN INGLIMA/FOR NEW YORK DAILY NEWS)
NEW YORK, Feb 22 (Reuters) - It cost New York City about $24 million to provide security at Trump Tower, President Donald Trump's skyscraper home in Manhattan, from Election Day to Inauguration Day, or $308,000 per day, New York's police commissioner said on Wednesday.
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney speaks at the Stein Senior Center in Manhattan. Madina Toure/Observer
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators, joined by celebrities and politicians, flooded midtown streets Saturday with pink hats and homemade signs to show Donald Trump they won't be silent over the next four years.
Leading women from politics, the arts and other fields urged President-elect Donald Trump on Monday to support a new national women’s museum in Washington that would be affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution.