Not sure why everyone is screaming. The reporter in this story wanted to ride alone in the car with the candidate for 16 hours. He didn't have a staffer available to make the trip with him so he declined unless she could bring another reporter.
Looks like any elected officeholder of the male variety would do well to take the Billy Graham rule to heart as State Rep Robert Foster has.
Sec. Acosta definitely didn't have to resign but he did so out of concern that his continued presence would be a distraction to the Trump Administration. Pretty honorable of him to put the country first. Until I know more, that is the way I see it.
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Encouragement: Isaiah 52:7 What do we leave behind?
How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who brings good news, who publishes peace, who brings good news of happiness, who publishes salvation, who says to Zion, “Your God reigns.”
Do I leave behind: peace or turmoil?
Forgiveness or bitterness?
Contentment or conflict?
Flowers of joy or frustration?
Love or rancour? Strive to leave a legacy that uplifts, encourages, and provides an inspiration to others.
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- Mississippi Candidate for Governor Blocks Female Reporter From Covering His Campaign Unless Joined by a Male Colleague — Mississippi’s Republican state representative, Robert Foster, who is running for governor, has said a female journalist won’t be able to shadow him on a campaign trip around the state without a male “counterpart,” claiming it could “do damage” to his marriage and family.
- BREAKING: Labor Secretary Acosta is OUT
- Trump Did Exactly What Opponents Of The Census Citizenship Question Said He Should Do | The Daily Caller — President Donald Trump abandoned his push for a citizenship question on the 2020 census Thursday, opting for an executive order directing federal agencies to share citizenship data with census officials. Trump’s order embraces a plan that opponents of the census citizenship question urged the government to pursue. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross previously rejected the records-gathering approach Trump authorized Thursday, saying data the government currently has is incomplete.