For someone who doesn’t actually live in the community, Reggie Van Lee has built quite a reputation as the go-to investor for all things Harlem. Continue reading
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Rep. Charlie Rangel tells NRO that he stands behind Rep. Anthony Weiner “100 percent” as the Twitter drama unfolds in Washington.
Rangel, says that Weiner is likely the victim of a smear campaign. “It’s some kind of political game they’re playing,” he says. “I don’t know who did it, but that’s what they’re doing.”
Rangel, gave Rep. Anthony Weiner some advice on what to focus on during this scandal. Continue reading
Rep. Charlie Rangel defied his lawyers and took the House floor Tuesday to deliver a passionate 37-minute speech about his ethics violations, a speech the Washington Post described as ”defiant, dramatic, and highly unusual.