President Trump’s manufacturing council keeps on shrinking. The number of council members who have quit following Trump’s remarks about white supremacists has risen to six after one of the country’s most powerful labor union leaders said he was stepping down.Richard Trumka, leader of the AFL CIO, issued a statement on Tuesday saying “I cannot sit on a council for a President that tolerates bigotry and domestic terrorism.”His resignation came shortly after Trump told reporters on Tuesday that “both sides” were responsible for violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.Thea Lee, an economist and former deputy chief of staff at the AFL CIO, also resigned from the council.Related: What every member of Trump’s business councils has said this weekFour business leaders had already walked away from Trump’s manufacturing council following the president’s reaction to the protests in Charlottesville.Scott Paul, head of the Alliance for American Manufacturing, quit Trump’s manufacturing council earlier on Tuesday. He said on Twitter it was “the right thing for me to do.”He joined the CEOs of Merck, Under Armour and Intel, who all left the council Monday.
Only if you’re polite and not obviously trying to scam me. If you’re being rude or demanding about it, I’m damn sure not going to clean out my till for you or call my supervisor over to make change for your $100 bill on a $5 order, and I’ll make sure you watch me dump your drink down the drain. But if you’re kind about it I’ll happily give you your drink for free, especially if it’s already made.
Oh god I wish. I currently unemployed. I was at my dream hourly job (I in school for my actual dream career) for about 6 months and was dismissed for tardiness that happened in the first two months while I was in school and in the middle of moving to a new house.
Dave BingFormer Detroit, Michigan mayor, Dave Bing, played twelve seasons in the National Basketball Association. Bing joined the NBA in 1966, when he was drafted second overall by the Detroit Pistons. Bing spent the majority of his playing career with the Pistons, however, he also played for the Washington Bullets and the Boston Celtics before retiring from the league in 1978..
Young New York darling Joseph Altuzarra has just launched a giant collaboration with US mass retailer Target, which could well be the reason why his mainline collection had verve Rosemary Baby inspired gingham tie up dresses and deflated 18th Century floral pannier dresses, all with Altuzarra signature sexy slant, had an added subversive kick. Hood by Air is the latest label to secure investment. Shayne Oliver streetwear with a difference netted him 100,000 euros ($129,000) as part of luxury conglomerate LVMH prize for young fashion designers.