"Obviously neither the president, his administration nor I would do anything to be supportive of white supremacy or anything that would support discrimination of any kind", Azar said when asked about Trump's tweet.
"Thank you to the great people of The Villages". "We can play politics with it or we can't". Amid the ongoing mass protests in US against racism, provoked by the murder of black George Floyd in Minneapolis in late may, and over four months before the presidential election Trump, who had previously been accused of fuelling racist attitudes, similar scandals are not needed.
"There you go, white power", an anti-Trump protester says, seemingly in disbelief, before saying to a fellow demonstrator: "You hear that?" He claimed that Trump was focused on the "enthusiasm" of his supporters in the video and not on the racial statement made by the man.
This comes as the President prepares for the run-in for Presidential election this year.
"There's no question: He should not have retweeted it; he should just take it down", Scott said on CNN's "State of the Union". 'But obviously the President and I and his whole administration would stand against any acts of white supremacy'. But make no mistake: "it's a battle we will win".
Former national security adviser John Bolton told Tapper on "State of the Union" that it's possible that Trump tweeted the video because he saw a "Trump 2020" sign and had not paid attention.
Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund told CBS' "Face the Nation" that "This really is not about the president taking it down". (Even some of Trump's Republican members of Congress are open to renaming these bases.) Trump has also criticized those who want to tear down statues that honor Confederate leaders for trying to destroy our "heritage".
Trump tweeted Saturday that a vote for him would be a vote to protect "our Heritage, History and LAW & ORDER!"
Missouri has a so-called Castle Doctrine, or a law that permits people the use of deadly force if people enter their homes. Activists can be heard shouting " eat the rich " and "why are you threatening us?" The city's prosecutor wasn't available.
Despite his remarks, the airport was named after John Wayne in 1979, approximately eight years after the interview with Playboy . Additionally, Wayne used homophobic language to describe characters from Midnight Cowboy .
Images on social media appeared to show armed officers entering a building and a large number of emergency vehicles outside. He went to investigate and found the lift was "covered in blood" then saw two people "gasping for air" after being stabbed.
In January, a US drone strike in Iraq killed Soleimani, who was the leader of the Revolutionary Guards' Quds Force. Recall that the USA military killed Soleimani in an air strike outside Baghdad global airport.
Men and women with medical conditions who are unable to wear masks are exempt from carrying a confront covering. Starbucks headquarters in Seattle did not immediately return a request for comment from CBS MoneyWatch.
Fillon's parliamentary replacement, Marc Joulaud, was sentenced to a suspended three years in prison and fined 20,000 euros. The scandal sank Mr Fillon's 2017 presidential bid, just as the right-wing candidate had seemed on a clear path to victory.
Assange was arrested by British police in Ecuador's London embassy in April 2019 after the country revoked his asylum protection. The LulzSec leader was cooperating with the Federal Bureau of Investigation at the time, according to the statement .
McClendon pushed the company to acquire enormous tracks of land in several states, taking on mounting debt along the way. Chesapeake reported a quarterly loss of $4bn that year and the first wave of layoffs began with 750 jobs.
In Florida , beaches in Miami-Dade County are set to be closed for the usually well-attended Fourth of July weekend. Republican governors in Texas and Florida defied encouragement from Donald Trump to reopen their economies.
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