"Even the typos end up working in his favor because you know he wrote it," he said. "That makes it feel personal and you feel connected to your leader in a way we never have before. The authenticity of it to know that you got it raw, you got it right from his brain. It's really what he thinks. No one fixed it."
"Our team is working diligently, and will be over the next 12 months, to analyze the situation and work in every way possible to soften the blow to our general fund," Las Vegas City Manager Scott Adams told the city council.
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