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POLITICO New York Playbook, presented by Nuclear Matters: TRUMP plays Albany -- CLINTON holds lead -- GOLDMAN settlement fine print

04/12/2016 07:41 AM EDT

By Azi Paybarah in Manhattan, Jimmy Vielkind in Albany, and Mike Allen in D.C., with Daniel Lippman

TRUMP PREACHES ABOUT NEW YORK VALUES - POLITICO New York's Josefa Velasquez : In a wide-ranging speech that was sporadically interrupted by protesters, Donald Trump managed to offer glowing praise of New York during a campaign stop in Albany, while also denouncing the state's business climate. "I love this state, I love Albany. I know Albany so well," Trump told the crowd of roughly 14,000 people at the Times Union Center Monday evening. "New York state has lost three out of four manufacturing jobs that existed in the 1950s," he said. There was no mention by Trump of Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who Trump has donated to in the past. Instead, that job, briefly, went to Carl Paladino, the 2010 Republican candidate for governor. Toward the end of his introduction, Paladino - a Buffalo-based developer- said "they'll get rid of Cuomo after they get rid of Obama." "We want good jobs. We want our families secure," Paladino said. "We don't want to offer up our kids to lame, inexcusable government initiatives. If we're expected to fight we're going to make it a meaningful fight." Trump began his hour-long speech talking about "New York values," a phrase used by his opponent Ted Cruz used earlier in the year. He warmed-up the crowd by discussing the valor of law enforcement in the wake of the Sept. 11th attacks, using the momentum to knock Cruz.

KASICH PLAYS THE INSIDE GAME - POLITICO New York's Jimmy Vielkind: In this year of the outsider, John Kasich spent the middle of Monday pitching an unlikely audience: New York's elected class. The Ohio governor plunged into the heart of the state's political bubble, chatting with about two dozen Republicans from the State Assembly at the stately Fort Orange Club and then walked over to the Capitol building itself to huddle privately with Republicans in the State Senate. He was one of three presidential candidates campaigning in the Capital Region on Monday - Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump both held rallies nearby - but he's the first this year to go stumping for votes in the State Capitol. As Trump whips up populist anger but offers few specifics, Kasich is hoping elected officials will give him a sympathetic ear. "Kasich's strength is he has practical, hands-on experience dealing with the real issues facing taxpayers, both as a former congressman and a current governor," said Assemblyman Andy Goodell, a Republican from Jamestown who said he is supporting Kasich. "He knows that the elected officials here in Albany wrestle with those same issues and understand those issues, and would, as we did, ask him the tough questions."

TABS -- Daily News, original: "The Battle for New York: $5B reasons to come clean Hil: Bernie renews call for Clinton's Goldman speeches after mortgage-crisis penalty" -- Daily News, late: "SKIT FOR BRAINS: Hil, Blaz blasted for joke invvoking racist 'colored people time' in gala routine" -- SEE THEM:

-- Post: "MAYOR CULPA: Copt o driver: 'This ticket 'is from de Blasio'" -- El Diario [translated]: Outside Trump!" -- Newsday: "CLINTON'S LI TOUR" -- SEE THEM:

-- amNY: "PAIN in the CHECK: NYC women make 9% less a year than men on average: report" -- Metro: "The $5.8B view from the top: Women in New York City earn a total of about $5.8 billion less in wages than men each year, according to a report released Monday." -- Hamodia: "NYC Medical Examiner Who Oversaw Office on 9/11 Dies at 79"

FRONT PAGES -- NYT, 1-col., above the fold: "NEW YORK STATE TAKING O N UNION OF PRISON GUARDS: Culture of Brutality; Correction Dept. Seeks Sway in Disciplining Rogue Officers" -- WSJNY, 4-col., below the fold: "Trump Tops 'Real New Yorker' Poll" -- SEE THEM:

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FLASHBACK: One year ago today, the Post front page story was de Blasio refusing to endorse Hillary Clinton, with the headline, "OH HIL NO!" SEE IT:

VIDEO OF THE DAY: The Times Union caught the very brief fight between a Trump supporter and a protester.

CAPITOL MOVES: John Emrick is stepping down as the chief of staff to the Independent Democratic Conference.

NEW AT CITY HALL: @ScottKleinberg: "I'm moving to NYC! I'll be Director of Social Media and Digital Engagement @NYCMayorsOffice. I even used the Statue of Liberty emoji today"

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "In an evening of satire, the only person this was meant to mock was the mayor himself, period. Certainly no one intended to offend anyone." -- City Hall statement, about the mayor's controversial skit at the Inner Circle show, via Daily News' Erin Durkin:

TWEET OF THE DAY: "At @InnerCircleNY BDB again recommended seeing Spotlight the movie featuring plenty of question asking reporters. Today he said no more q's!" -- @GloriaPazmino:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Former State Sen. Roy McDonald, Bardunias, head of the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, Zoe Epstein, former City Council staffer, David Letterman, who retired last year as host of CBS's Late Show, actor and Manhattan native Claire Danes, famed children's author Beverly Cleary ("Dear Mr. Henshaw"), espionage writer Tom Clancy ("Clear and Present Danger") and embattled South African president Jacob Zuma.

YESTERDAY would have been the 95th birthday "of the man who saved NYC," Gov. Hugh Carey. [h/t Bill Cunningham]

THE TALK OF WALL STREET - Times p. A1, bottom of page, "Goldman's Settlement on Mortgages Is Less Than Meets the Eye," by Nathaniel Popper: "Buried in the fine print are provisions that allow Goldman to pay hundreds of millions of dollars less - perhaps as much as $1 billion less - than [the $5.1 billion] headline figure. And that is before the tax benefits of the deal are included. The bank will be able to reduce its bill substantially through a combination of government incentives and tax credits."

MEDIA MORNING -- Trump and the tabs, together again -- Times' Michael Grynbaum: "As the presidential spotlight swings to New York for next week's primary contest, Mr. Trump, the leading Republican candidate, is reuniting with the press corps he knows best, a boisterous tabloid culture that spawned and nurtured the outsize Trump personality now known the world over. It is also the ink-stained caldron in which Mr. Trump, over decades, honed the method of media management - cajoling, combating, at times dissembling - that he has unleashed, to potent effect, in this year's national campaign. Some Americans have been caught off guard by Mr. Trump's take-no-prisoners style, but New York's media veterans detect the old Trump playbook at work."

EAT BEAT -- "Desi Poutine" -- Gothamist's Nathan Tempey: "A Curry Hill restaurant is opening up a second location in the East Village, and as part of the new menu, it's planning to offer up what it's calling desi poutine, a South Asian twist on the French-Canadian staple. If you're not familiar, in its native form, poutine is french fries topped with cheese curds and gravy. At the new Desi Galli location, slated to open on April 16th at 172 Avenue B, at East 11th Street, the updated poutine will be topped with tikka masala gravy and grated paneer. According to an announcement by the restaurant, the dish is inspired by co-owner PriaVanda Chouhan's childhood in Montreal."

TRANSPO BEAT -- "High School Students' Vacuum That Sucks Trash Off Subway Tracks to Be Displayed at White House Science Fair" -- NY1's Jose Martinez: "'It's a great opportunity to let everyone know about the vacuum that we built, the problem in our city, and that we're trying to solve it,' said Amro Halwah, a member of the Baruch College Campus High School InvenTeam. ... Helping to develop the project was an $8,000 grant from MIT and technical mentorship from Con Edison."

SANDERS BRINGS ANTI-FRACKING MESSAGE TO ALBANY FAITHFUL - POLITICO New York's Scott Waldman: In front of a crowd that included environmentalists, college students, mothers with young children and tie-dyed Woodstock types, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Monday celebrated the state's fracking ban and its decision to raise the minimum wage to $15 in many places. About 4,000 people crowded into a former National Guard armory in the Arbor Hill section of Albany to hear the Brooklyn native, who is challenging Hillary Clinton in New York's April 19 presidential primary. Sanders took the stage just hours after his campaign released an ad featuring actress Susan Sarandon and promising that he would ban fracking "everywhere." It's an issue on which Sanders and Clinton differ dramatically. The former U.S. senator from New York has characterized natural gas as a bridge fuel. In New York, Sanders' base clearly aligns with the environmental movement, and he has criticized Clinton for accepting campaign money from fossil fuel interests and Wall Street.

-- Josh Fox, director of the anti-fracking film "Gasland," introduced Sanders in Binghamton.

NOTHING TO SEE HERE -- De Blasio says he's done talking about federal investigation -- POLITICO New York's Laura Nahmias: Three days after news first broke that the Southern District U.S. Attorney's office may be examining Mayor Bill de Blasio's fundraising as part of a wide-ranging corruption probe, the mayor told reporters he has answered enough questions about the investigation and he will no longer discuss it.

"I'm not going to be speaking about this after today," de Blasio said at an unrelated press conference in the Bronx on Monday. "I've answered a number of questions already. I'll answer more and then, let's leave it there," he said. And, the mayor said, he's not spoken with a lawyer in connection with the probe and he sees no reason to do so. Asked whether he was certain that real estate developer Jona Rechnitz and Jeremy Reichberg - two men who are part of the federal investigation and who have fundraised for de Blasio - had not received any favorable action from city government during his time in office, de Blasio said he knew "of no favorable municipal action they got." Rechnitz and Reichberg are reportedly being investigated for allegedly giving gifts to NYPD officials in recent years. Four high-ranking members of the police department were reassigned last week in connection with the investigation. De Blasio, who has promised to run the "most transparent administration" in the city's history, said Monday that he and his administration are beacons of integrity.

BIG BYLINE -- "De Blasio Donors Took Pride in Connections With Top Police Officials," by Times' J. David Goodman, Charles V. Bagli, William Neuman and William K. Rashbaum: "Jona S. Rechnitz, the scion of a wealthy Los Angeles family, came to New York City about a decade ago to make his mark. A brash young man eager to fund philanthropic causes, he cultivated connections with the Police Department - posing with top officials, and once arranging for police bagpipes at a party - and became a fixture at fund-raising events for Mayor Bill de Blasio. Jeremiah Reichberg came from the more cloistered world of Borough Park, Brooklyn ... He ran a consulting firm, and hosted Mr. de Blasio to great fanfare at his home in 2014 for a fund-raising event. Mr. Rechnitz and Mr. Reichberg became close, appearing together at public and private events, and serving on Mr. de Blasio's inauguration committee - an honor bestowed on the famous, like the writer Junot Díaz and the actor Steve Buscemi, and on lavish givers. In recent weeks, they have become the fulcrum of a sprawling federal corruption investigation into the mayor's fund-raising activities and the actions of police commanders."

BLAME THE CHIEF -- NYPD officer blames de Blasio for increase in driving tickets -- News' Joseph Stepansky: "If you didn't want a ticket, you shouldn't have voted for de Blasio - that's the message an NYPD officer had for one motorist, a new YouTube video shows. "Mayor de Blasio wants us to give out summonses, OK? Alright? I don't know if you voted for him or not," the unidentified officer is captured on video telling a driver who can be seen holding a driving ticket. "I wouldn't have voted for him because this is what he wants, he wants us to give out summonses," the officer continues in the 11 second clip, apparently captured on a camera mounted inside of the driver's car. Mayor de Blasio has called for increased enforcement and penalties for dangerous drivers under his Vision Zero initiative, which aims to lower traffic fatalities in the city. NYPD summons data, however, suggests there has not been a significant increase in moving violation enforcement under de Blasio.

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KATIE COURIC goes "One-on-One with Mayor Bill de Blasio on NYC's role in the 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton and more": "Her platform right now will be the most progressive of any president walking in the door in a generation, by far."

CLINTON LEADS SANDERS IN NY -- POLITICO New York's Dana Rubinstein: Depending on which pollster you ask, Hillary Clinton is holding onto a 13- or 14-point lead over Bernie Sanders in the New York primary. In a NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll released Monday, Clinton is leading Sanders, 55 to 41. In a NY1/Baruch College poll, also released Monday, Clinton leads Sanders, 50 to 37. Those leads are similar to the results of a Quinnipiac poll released last month.

Clinton continues to hold onto non-Millennial Democratic voters and those who are African-American or female. Sanders continues to do well with younger voters who consider themselves more liberal. According to Marist, a third of Sanders supporters said they wouldn't support Clinton were she the nominee. In that same poll, Donald Trump continued to lead the field of Republican contenders in the New York primary with 54 percent of likely Republican voters, outpacing John Kasich's 21 percent and Ted Cruz's 18 percent. The NY1/Baruch College poll numbers were even more favorable for Trump, with the reality TV star getting 60 percent to Kasich's 17 percent and Cruz's 14 percent.

QUICK HITS -- 2016: "There are 20 million people in New York, and somehow Clinton seemed to be on a first-name basis with half of them by the time she finished running for Senate twice. Unlike Bernie Sanders, who sure sounds like he's from here, Clinton, who doesn't, has knitted herself into the life of the state." WNCY's Andrea Bernstein:

-- Special election: Watch the Democratic, Working Families, Republican and Green Party candidates running to replace Sheldon Silver in Manhattan, debate. NY1:

-- Un-courted: Tish James was removed from a lawsuit against NYC's Department of Buildings because she lacked legal standing. POLITICO New York's Laura Nahmias:

-- City Hall: De Blasio's new homeless plan includes $66 million in new spending. POLITICO New York's Brendan Cheney:

-- Opinion: De Blasio's homeless plan is coming late in his term, but he would be greatly helped if he had "a more willing partner in New York State government." NYT editorial:

REAL ESTATE -- THE NEW GILDED AGE -- "Luxury-Rental Plan Abandoned at Manhattan's One57 Condo Tower," by Bloomberg's Oshrat Carmiel: "Manhattan builder Extell Development Co. is retreating from a plan to list 38 units at its One57 tower for lease, choosing to sell them instead as demand for luxury rentals slips amid an abundance of supply. The apartments, on the 32nd through 38th floors of the West 57th Street skyscraper, will be listed for sale as condominiums at prices starting at $3.45 million ... The builder has concluded that the market for condos in that range, toward the lower end of what's considered luxury, is better than the one for high-end rentals."

MILESTONE -- "Manhattan rents are down for the first time in 2 years," by The Real Deal's Kathryn Brenzel: "For the first time in two years, the median residential rental price has decreased in the borough, according to a new report by Douglas Elliman. The median rent in March dropped to $3,300, a 2.8 percent decrease from March 2015. Over the last few months, the rate of price growth slowed, preluding a rental flatline."

--An Air-BNB tax, in Newark -- WSJ's Kate King: "Newark is poised to become the second city in New Jersey to collect taxes from Airbnb Inc., which previously operated unregulated in the state's most populous city. Mayor Ras Baraka is expected to announce Tuesday that his administration has reached an agreement with the online home-rental service. Under a proposed contract, Airbnb would pay the same 6% tax that the city's hotels pay. ... Newark joins Jersey City ... Jersey City collected its first tax payment from Airbnb in February, receiving nearly $41,000 on about $704,000 in total rental income that month, according a spokeswoman for Mr. Fulop. At that rate, the city would collect about $490,000 annually from the company, but Jersey City officials expect to see greater revenue during warmer months."

-- Housing: De Blasio can meet his housing goals without the 421-a tax break, according to an expert panel. POLITICO New York's Mazin Sidahmed:

THE HOME TEAMS -- POLITICO New York's Howard Megdal: Marlins 10, Mets 3: Tough night for Steven Matz, who didn't make it out of the second.

-- Wizards 120, Nets 111: Washington scored the first 20 points of the game.

-- The day ahead: the Mets host the Marlins. The Yankees are in Toronto. The Knicks finish the year in Indiana.

#UpstateAmerica: RIP Edward Duffy, a Utica native who rose from a cashier at Marine Midland Bank to be the company's CEO.

FILM BREAK - "Get off your couch and go to the Tribeca Film Festival," by Post's John Crudele: "The Tribeca Festival runs through April 24. It began as a way to bring back lower Manhattan after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. This year there will be 101 movies running in different locations, including 77 premieres, outdoor showings, music, events for the kids and - least important of all, in my opinion - dozens of celebrity actors and directors like Idina Menzel, Francis Ford Coppola, Tina Fey, Ethan Hawke and Tom Hanks attending talks, sitting on panels and going to parties around town." ...

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