Derek Jeter’s bid for the Miami Marlins has lost one of its big billionaire backers, The Post has learned. Chicago billionaire Richard Chaifetz, has recently exited Jeter’s group — potentially leaving the Yankees great short of Marlins’ owner Jeffrey Loria’s asking price just days before Major League Baseball had hoped to have a winning bid...
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President Trump, on what the White House calls a working vacation, took to Twitter on Monday to criticize the media and boast of his strong political base.
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