Hope Hicks has been one of Donald Trump’s advisors since the campaign, acting as a one-woman press shop early on in his candidacy who will now fill the void left by Anthony Scaramucci by serving.. The Wrap
A tweet sent by former US President Barack Obama last week just became the most-liked in Twitter’s history. "No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or.. The Next Web Also reported by •Access Hollywood
ETonline has reported that Barack Obama's powerful tweet in response to violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend has become the most-liked message in the.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
After the violence at Charlottesville in Virginia, former US President Barack Obama put out a tweet, quoting former South African president Nelson Mandela from his autobiography A Long Walk to Freedom... BGR India
Barack Obama’s response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, became the most-liked tweet in Twitter’s history Tuesday night, according to representatives for the social media platform. TheSpec.com Also reported by •Access Hollywood •FinanzNachrichten.de •RTTNews •USATODAY.com
Los Angeles’s famed Hollywood Forever Cemetery is removing its Confederate monument, it was announced Tuesday.
After receiving dozens of phone calls and emails from people requesting the monument.. The Wrap
Former President Barack Obama made Twitter history on Tuesday night when his tweet about the violence at white supremacist rallies on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, became the most “liked”.. The Wrap
The Nazi support for Donald Trump may never be higher, but the rest of the world continues to revere Barack Obama. The former president took to Twitter on Saturday following the white nationalist rally.. Perez Hilton
President Donald Trump has tried to unravel the legacy of his predecessor at every turn, but his "many sides" argument about Charlottesville links him to Barack Obama in a specific way, writes Jason.. Newsmax
Barack Obama just made Twitter history.
The former president tweeted a Nelson Mandela quote on the day of violent chaos in Charlottesville. He included a photo taken of him in 2011 on a visit to his.. L.A. Times
The U.S. threw its weight on Monday behind trade groups suing New York over what the government calls a "unilateral" plan to enforce a local 2015 calorie-labeling law at restaurants and food retailers.. Newsmax
New York [U.S.A.], August 16 : Former U.S. president Barack Obama's tweet condemning racism in the aftermath of a far-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has become the most liked tweet ever in.. newKerala.com