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Personal Finance Daily: Consumer complaints spike 325% over this issue and NFL players give financial advice

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NFL players offer financial advice to Myles Garrett and other incoming rookies

Whether they end up making $25 million or $500,000, rookies should save as much money as they can — and ask financial advisers these questions.

Spicer’s TV ratings reportedly kept him in Trump’s good graces after Holocaust gaffe

When White House press secretary Sean Spicer weathered the biggest storm of his tenure at the podium — holding on to his job despite favorably comparing Adolf Hitler to Bashar al-Assad before conceding that the former, too, had deployed a chemical weapon at “the Holocaust centers” — the reason, perhaps not surprisingly, was television ratings, the Washington Post reports.

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