White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki responded to Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy on Tuesday by taking a shot at former President Donald Trump's administration.
During a press briefing, Doocy asked multiple questions about the breaking news regarding sexual harassment allegations against Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY).
Psaki answered nearly every question by noting that President Joe Biden would personally speak to the Cuomo controversy later in the day.
"Does the administration want the Justice Department to initiate a civil rights investigation into these harassment allegations revealed today?" Doocy pressed.
Psaki replied: "We do something new here that feels foreign from the last four years and allow the Justice Department to act independently on investigations."
Throughout his administration, Trump publicly pressured the Department of Justice and his attorneys general dozens of times.
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Newly released body cam video shows shock and confusion as officers arrive at collapsed Surfside condo
Body cam video taken by the first three Surfside officers on the scene of the Champlain Tower South condo collapse has been released by the town this Tuesday, showing thick clouds of dust, wreckage, and cries of help from people trapped in the rubble, the Miami Herald reports.
"Where are you? Are you okay?" an officer can he yelling.
A woman responds: "No.
"Anybody down there injured?" the officer asks.
"Yes," someone responded. "An old lady."
The footage released shows another officer coming across a man who said he just came down from the 12th floor penthouse.
"I was on my phone. I heard something, like, fall. Not a big deal," the man said. "All of a sudden I hear, like it's a f***ing jet like through my bathroom."
In another video, an officer makes his way down a walkway while voices can be heard in the background.
"Help me," the voice says.
Watch the video below, via the Miami Herald.
Passenger groped flight attendants -- then yelled his parents were worth millions after being told to stop: report
A 22-year-old Ohio man was taken into custody on Tuesday after he had to be duct taped to his seat after assaulting a flight attendant in the middle of his flight.
ABC 6 Philadelphia reports that Maxwell Berry of Norwalk, Ohio became belligerent on a flight to Florida after he had a couple of drinks.
At one point he allegedly started grabbing two female flight attendants' breasts, at which point a male flight attendant was called to put Berry back in his seat and to keep an eye on him.
This did not calm Berry, who started screaming at both airline employees and fellow passengers.
"You guys f*cking suck!" he yelled. "My parents are worth $2 million!"
The male flight attendant tried to get him to calm down, at which point Berry punched him. A group of passengers helped the flight staff restrain Berry, who was then duct-taped to his seat for the remainder of the flight.
According to ABC 6 Philadelphia, Berry was "charged with three counts of battery and taken to Miami-Dade County Jail - TGK Correctional Center" after the plane landed.
The flight attendant who duct-taped Berry to his seat has been temporarily suspended pending an investigation, which the airline says is a standard procedure for these incidents.
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