Bring That Week Back: FDNY Commissioner's Son Resigns Over Offensive Tweets

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FDNY Commissioner's Son Resigns Over Offensive Tweets

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Fire Department commissioner Salvatore J. Cassano's son Joseph resigned from his job after several of his offensive Twitter posts surfaced. The 23-year-old, who worked as an emergency medical technician for the FDNY, criticized Jews, Martin Luther King Jr. and "Obama lovers." (Photo: Twitter via JCASSANO15)

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