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Bloomberg Trashes NYC Gun Regulation He Defended As Mayor

About-face comes as Supreme Court hears Second Amendment challenge to travel restriction

Presidential contender Michael Bloomberg on Sunday called New York City's restriction on where gun owners can transport their guns "unnecessary," despite defending the same restriction when he was mayor.

Bloomberg’s Terrible Leif Olson Hit Piece Officially Has No Leg To Stand On

Failure to detect a Trump official's sarcasm was an enormous screw-up

Not that long ago—just a week ago in fact—many in the media lost their minds over a Trump supporter's alleged plan to mine the social media feeds of reporters for damaging material. The New York Times, which broke the news, warned the resurfaced posts would be "stripped of context or presented in misleading ways," adding that the endeavor was "fundamentally different from the well-established role of the news media in scrutinizing people in positions of power."

Bloomberg Records Still Shielded, Missing, or Lacking at NYC Archives

Giuliani turned over documents; Bloomberg yet to do the same

Voters wanting to know more about Michael Bloomberg's tenure as mayor as he considers a presidential run won't get much useful information from the New York City archives, although theoretically hundreds of thousands of important records and communications should be available six years after he left office.