“I wasn’t criticizing the judge or the island,” Sessions told CNN on Friday night. “I think it’s a fabulous place and had a granddaughter born there.”
“I’m speaking at Berkeley on April 27th, as I was invited to do and have a contract to do,” Coulter tweeted.
Dyne Suh, a 25-year-old law school student from Riverside, said in a video posted to YouTube that she was excited to spend Presidents’ Day weekend at popular ski resort Big Bear Lake with her boyfriend and two friends.
A bizarre video, which was posted to YouTube on Monday, shows the woman unleashing a racial tirade against the driver — because he didn’t have a charger for her iPhone.
The hostile exchange went down on the corner of Cypress Ave. and 138th Street in the Bronx after the unidentified driver told the fuming woman that he didn’t have an iPhone charger. The bizarre video was posted to YouTube on Monday and quickly garnered over 100,000 views.
The deodorant ad released in the Middle East showed a woman in a white robe along with the slogan and the caption “keep it clean, keep bright. Don’t let anything ruin it, #Invisible.”
The unidentified man was captured on video by Dr. Mahsa Mehrdad, who posted on Facebook that he began berating her and her boyfriend Masih Rahmati late Saturday night.
The 44-year-old moved to the West Coast from Alabama, but says that the discrimination he faced at Tesla starting was worse than in the South, according to a release from the California Civil Rights Law Group.
He responded to one woman by urging her to “talk to your closest black friend and ask them to explain it to you.”
“This election, I saw members of my party marginalizing and condemning minorities, ethnic or otherwise, and making demeaning comments towards women,” Rep. Beth Fukumoto wrote in a letter announcing her resignation on Wednesday. “So, when I listened as our now top office holder refused to condemn the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, speaking out didn’t seem like a choice.”