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NY1 Reporter/Anchor; Contributor to BuzzFeed & The Daily Beast. Personal: @manoushz husband; proud father of sixth-generation NY'ers. r/t≠endorsement

Clinton, Sanders Continue to Make Their Cases to Iowa Voters — It will be a working and traveling weekend in Iowa for the Democrats running for president. Bernie Sanders is finding enthusiastic receptions in locations outside Des Moines, while Hillary Clinton drummed up support at Grand View University in Des Moines. Our Josh Robin has the story.

Clinton, Sanders Remain Civil as Iowa Caucus Closes In — NY1 VIDEO: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders both held campaign events in Iowa Thursday ahead of Monday's Iowa caucus. Josh Robin followed them on the campaign trail and filed a report.

A Week Away from Iowa Caucuses, Clinton Feels the Pressure As Bloomberg Considers Run — A week from Monday Iowans will caucus, officially launching the balloting process in the 2016 race for president. All candidates will feel pressure, though perhaps none as heavily as Hillary Clinton. She has seen a large lead in Hawkeye State polls narrow against Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.

Mayor's Plan to Relegate Horse-Drawn Carriages to Central Park Met with Skepticism in City Council — Mayor Bill de Blasio's bid to relegate horse-drawn carriages to Central Park is facing significant resistance in the City Council, even among the mayor's usual allies. NY1's Josh Robin filed the following report. To put it charitably, Council members are greeting the administration's horse plans skeptically. "You will excuse my cynicism.

Ahead of Council Debate on Bill to Limit Horse-Drawn Carriages, All Sides Conflict — It's expected to be heated Friday when members of the City Council debate for the first time on a bill that would limit horse-drawn carriages to Central Park. Mayor Bill de Blasio had originally backed an outright ban, but lacked the votes. The measure is also drawing opposition from different sides, for different reasons.

Trump Basks in Palin's Support as Clinton, Sanders Tout Military Strength in TV Ads — Donald Trump is basking in his new support from Sarah Palin, while Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are touting their military strength in new TV spots. Josh Robin wraps up the day on the presidential campaign trail in the following report. A year from now, President Barack Obama leaves office.

Mayor May Have Put the Cart Before the Horse in Announcing Carriage Deal in Central Park — Over the weekend, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an agreement restricting horse drawn carriages to Central Park. Now, there's growing questions about whether the Mayor may have been premature in announcing that the opposing sides had actually reached a compromise, as NY1's Josh Robin has the latest.

De Blasio horse deal creates a new mess — The deal announced Sunday night by the de Blasio administration to limit carriage horses to Central Park was only the beginning of what's likely to be a messy process for the mayor. The problem is that while Mayor Bill de Blasio is claiming compromise, a key party to the deal - the unionized carriage drivers and stable owners - tell me that it's not yet settled.
Jan 19, 2016

"..targeting the pedicabs was “almost racist,” noting that many drivers are immigrants from Africa. - @joshrobin

Jan 19, 2016

By the by this 🐎 carriage ban endeavor has cost taxpayers about $450k so far by my math…

Jan 19, 2016

RT @joshrobin: By the by this 🐎 carriage ban endeavor has cost taxpayers about $450k so far by my math…

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Latest de Blasio-Cuomo Clash Centers on How the Governor's Proposed Budget Could Cost the City — Mayor Bill de Blasio is warning that Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposed budget could translate into changes that average New Yorkers may find frightening. Not surprisingly, the governor begs to differ. But both men insist that there's nothing personal to their latest fight. Josh Robin has the story.

Christie Talks Tough on Foreign Policy Before Jewish Group in NYC — Ahead of upcoming contests in Iowa and New Hampshire next month, there have been a number of presidential candidates in the city this week. Thursday, it was Chris Christie. Josh Robin filed the following report. Appearing before a pro-Israel crowd, Chris Christie didn't disappoint with the red meat.
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Feb 11, 2016

you're waking up this early in Kenya to watch the debate? Very impressive.…

Feb 11, 2016

Is there a strategy to distancing yourself from President Obama not long before the SC primary that I am missing?

Feb 11, 2016

So far seen comments about HRC looking like Big Bird and villain from Austin Powers. Just saying, haven't seen any re Bernie.

Feb 11, 2016

Are we not talking about the suit of the guy on her right?…

Feb 11, 2016

The Kissinger question resonate? I'm not so sure. But Dean Acheson, yes.

Feb 11, 2016

I hope Why in G-d's Name was spelled thus, @BernieSanders (with a nod towards @GlennThrush @jacobkornbluh)

Feb 11, 2016

@Deanofcomedy nothing's stopped him before. he talked about it b4 a Jewish group in DC that offended some.

Feb 11, 2016

may make some crack about him wanting to take your money...or he's the one not good with $. that's my guess.…

Feb 11, 2016

I think the HRC coal community line was very strong.

Feb 11, 2016

RT @EliLake: A little unfair to call @SenSanders a white man. The preferred nomenclature is Ashkenazi-American. #DemDebate

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