Senator from New York and losing presidential candidate said her husband should have absolutely not resigned from office after the affair was made public, according to multiple media reports. The TV bombshell came shortly after the Clintons announced a two-country, city speaking tour which includes stops in Connecticut and New York, as reported here by Daily Voice. Lewinsky offered a different view in this recent essay published by "Vanity Fair.
Areesa Somani grew up in Bellevue, Washington, chose Seattle University for its social justice mission and small classes, and found her passion as a Strategic Communications major. By adding a minor in Political Science and participating in a series of internships, she enhanced her experiences in policy and advocacy. Last fall, Somani, a Muslim-American who has received hate speech and been bullied because of her faith, surveyed approximately students on their responses to hate speech on social media for her class with Communication Professor Caitlin Carlson.
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By Marisa Schultz. October 14, pm Updated October 15, am. Hillary then tried to deflect attention away from the issue and began focusing on President Trump and the many allegations of sexual misconduct that were leveled against him before the election.
This, it seems, was enough of a pretext for the White House to mount one of its most flagrant smear campaigns to date. What will CNN do? Others piled on.
All work and no play makes interns a dull breed. Even though internships are the perfect opportunity to buckle down and experience working in the real world, that doesn't mean a little fun can't be had. Who's to say political figures can't take a joke?
Since the White House released a photo of President Donald Trump with the spring intern class this week, social media has been quick to pick up on a theme: lack of diversity. Others compared the photo to similar intern class pictures during the Obama era, which featured a markedly more diverse group of individuals. See some of the reaction below:.
A photo of the summer White House intern class appears to show just a handful of people of color in the mostly white group of interns. The photo has not yet been released by the White House Photo Office. A copy was obtained by Vox after former interns posted the picture on Instagram once their internship ended August The president can be seen standing in the middle.
Mitchell Fariss, a graduate who majored in international affairs, interned in the Office of Public Liaison. Army Col. Pat Duggan, '95, has served as director for cybersecurity for the National Security Council for almost a year.