Donald Trump’s second son drew accusations of “victim-blaming” and of spreading the “toxic masculinity” that runs in the Trump family in comments he gave Tuesday to Charlie Rose of CBS This Morning. Carlson, whose lawsuit for sexual harassment against former Fox News chief Roger Ailes led to Ailes’ downfall at the network, posted in response to Eric’s comments: “Sad in 2016 we’re still victim blaming women. Trust me I’m strong.” Ivanka Trump speaks on the last day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016, in Cleveland, Ohio. / AFP PHOTO / Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images ( BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI ) Fox News star anchor Kelly, who is reportedly part of the harassment case against Aisles, just posted “Sigh” alongside a recap of Eric’s comments. Meanwhile, Bee, host of TBS’ “Full Frontal” satirical news show, posted an infamous 2011 photo of Eric and his brother Donald Trump Jr., holding up a cheetah they killed during an African hunting trip. She quipped: “She was asking for it. A strong cheetah would never allow itself to be subjected to getting shot.” Eric Trump was on CBS This Morning to, among other things, clarify controversial comments his father, the GOP presidential candidate, had previously made in trying to defend Ailes — of all people. Ailes was forced to step down in the wake of multiple sexual harassment allegations against him. Trump said: “I would like to think she would find another career or find another company if that was the case.” That comment also drew accusations of victim blaming, as well as the observation that most women who are supporting themselves or families aren’t in the position to just leave a job and find another. Ivanka Trump, on the other hand, is very much in the position to come and go from a job as she pleases. She works for the company her father runs, she runs her own companies and she’s the wife of a very wealthy man born to a wealthy family.http://lovetylerward.universitypunjabi.org/2016/07/31/you-will-find-that-solid-preparation-and-serious-practice-will-make-your-presentation-that-much-better-that-much-easier-and-that-much-more-dynamic
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3, 2016 11:16 a.m.CDT Caption Thomas Ma By ASHLEY SLOBODA – firstname.lastname@example.org Thomas Ma is only 22, but he already hopes that his efforts will help pave the path for other young entrepreneurs to follow. The St. Charles East High School alumnus is the founder of Career Podium , an interactive platform that connects employers with passionate candidates. It aims to make job hunting less confusing. Career Podium is competing to become the Tech.Co Startup of the Year , which Ma described as a big deal because the contest includes entries from Africa, Asia and Europe, as well as the Americas. Voting in the readers choice poll ends Aug. 5, but the semi-finalists wont be announced until Aug. 10. They will be invited to pitch to judges in September at the Celebrate Conference in San Jose, Calif., where the champion will be selected.
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