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CIO leader resigns from Trump's council, says president 'tolerates bigotry'

CIO leader resigns from Trump's council, says president 'tolerates bigotry'

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on Tuesday resigned from President Trump's manufacturing council. President Trump's remarks today repudiate his forced remarks yesterday about the KKK and new-Nazis. The departures have come amid criticism of the president for not initially and specifically condemning neo-Nazis after a vehicle ran into a crowd of counter-protesters at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., killing one.


Obama's anti-racism tweet becomes most liked ever on Twitter

Obama's anti-racism tweet becomes most liked ever on Twitter

Obama accompanied the tweet with a picture of three children looking at him from the window of a daycare facility beside his daughter Sasha's school in Maryland. It has also been retweeted 1.1 million times. "- Barack Obama (@BarackObama) August 13, 2017".For love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite".


Gareth Barry agrees one-year deal with West Brom

Gareth Barry agrees one-year deal with West Brom

That's always been the same for me wherever I have played", Barry said. "There was a big void when we lost "Fletch" and Gareth will fill that void", Pulis told the club website. They've got to be players that improve us. And McBride, who had a loan spell at Goodison Park during his Premier League spell, says that he wants to see more of the youngster this season.


Texas bathroom bill dies as state House adjourns special session

Texas bathroom bill dies as state House adjourns special session

The measures were blocked by moderate House Republicans. Another bill signed into law by Abbott on Tuesday requires doctors and health care offices to report additional details about abortion complications State Sen. "Those are the most heinous of the heinous crimes". Still, abortion clinics around the state have closed and the number of abortions performed in the country's second-largest state has fallen from more than 82,000 in 2006 to around 54,300 in 2015.


White Supremacist Richard Spencer Tried To Speak At UChicago. He Was Refused

White Supremacist Richard Spencer Tried To Speak At UChicago. He Was Refused

Even so, an email sent by UF President Ken Fuchs over the weekend, the UF may still have to rent the space, so they are working with the FDLE and Federal Bureau of Investigation on security plans. First, he said the media would "never be satisfied" with his performance as President , adding that they were "truly bad people", presumably for pressuring him to condemn hate groups.


Charlottesville crisis: Twitter account names and shames white supremacists

Charlottesville crisis: Twitter account names and shames white supremacists

Social media can be a powerful tool when news happens. "It was the silence of good people that allowed the Nazis to flourish the first time around, and it is the silence of good people that is allowing them to flourish now". Later, the driver of a gray sports auto plowed into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injuring 19 others. "It was a huge tragedy", he told KRNV upon returning to Reno from Virginia.