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Make Comedians Great Again: Trump impersonators in Trump era

Meet three New York comedians who impersonate President Donald Trump. Whether it's a satire against the president or a simple impression of his mannerisms, political comedians continue to bring their audiences together. Newsday finds out how Trump impersonators with different views are handling the Trump era. (Credit: Newsday / Yeong-Ung Yang)

From North Korea, With Dread

Worked as assistant editor. Published on Nov. 28, 2017
https://nyti.ms/2ieroO9

2017

Journeyman jockey at Belmont pins hope on ‘good horse’

Jockey Kendrick Carmouche has won more than 3,000 races in his career, but as one of the few African-American jockeys riding today, he is virtually unknown outside of hard-core racing fans. On Saturday, Justify is hoping to grab the Triple Crown with a win in the Belmont Stakes. Carmouche will compete in three undercard races before the big race, but his ultimate goal is getting a ride in the Stakes. Over a century ago, African-American jockeys were not only competing in Triple Crown races, but winning them. (Credit: Newsday)

Profile_Sharon

A homemade bomb caused an explosion in Chelsea, Manhattan in the evening on September 17, 2016. The bomb exploded in front of Selis Manor, a public housing for the blind. Sharon Joyner, a 30-year resident, was inside the building that night.

Self-assigned for Journalism School at Columbia University, September 2016.

Life in Times Square on New Year's Eve 2017

Make Comedians Great Again: Trump impersonators in Trump era

Meet three New York comedians who impersonate President Donald Trump. Whether it's a satire against the president or a simple impression of his mannerisms, political comedians continue to bring their audiences together. Newsday finds out how Trump impersonators with different views are handling the Trump era. (Credit: Newsday / Yeong-Ung Yang)

From North Korea, With Dread

Worked as assistant editor. Published on Nov. 28, 2017
https://nyti.ms/2ieroO9

2017

Journeyman jockey at Belmont pins hope on ‘good horse’

Jockey Kendrick Carmouche has won more than 3,000 races in his career, but as one of the few African-American jockeys riding today, he is virtually unknown outside of hard-core racing fans. On Saturday, Justify is hoping to grab the Triple Crown with a win in the Belmont Stakes. Carmouche will compete in three undercard races before the big race, but his ultimate goal is getting a ride in the Stakes. Over a century ago, African-American jockeys were not only competing in Triple Crown races, but winning them. (Credit: Newsday)

Profile_Sharon

A homemade bomb caused an explosion in Chelsea, Manhattan in the evening on September 17, 2016. The bomb exploded in front of Selis Manor, a public housing for the blind. Sharon Joyner, a 30-year resident, was inside the building that night.

Self-assigned for Journalism School at Columbia University, September 2016.

Life in Times Square on New Year's Eve 2017

Make Comedians Great Again: Trump impersonators in Trump era
From North Korea, With Dread
 2017
Journeyman jockey at Belmont pins hope on ‘good horse’
Profile_Sharon
Life in Times Square on New Year's Eve 2017