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Kevin Cullen

Bill Bratton is America’s most wanted

Randolph’s, the small but tasteful bar at the Warwick Hotel, sits on the corner of West 54th Street and Sixth Avenue in Manhattan. Elvis used to haunt the place. Paul McCartney still does, walking in from his Midtown apartment for a quiet drink in the same spot he and The Beatles held that wacky press conference when they played at Shea Stadium in 1966.

Randolph’s is a picture of understated elegance, as is Rikki Klieman, the lawyer and legal analyst who for the last 14 years has been known as Mrs. Bill Bratton.

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