Author: Amy Lieu

Justice Ginsburg to skip State of the Union, signals she has no plans to retire

FOX NEWS Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the U.S. Supreme Court poses for an official group portrait at the Supreme Court Building in Washington, June 1, 2017.  (Associated Press) Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will not be attending President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday. Instead, she will be at Roger Williams University in Rhode Island, for a talk that was announced in August, the Providence Journal reported. Ginsburg, 84, also has sent signals recently that she intends to keep her seat on the bench for years to come. When asked how long she intends...

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Trump reportedly asks: Who’s the ‘pretty Korean lady?’

FOX NEWS The uproar over the “s—hole countries” remark attributed to President Donald Trump this week prompted some media outlets to follow up with a story about an incident that reportedly occurred in December. Multiple reports Friday said Trump commented about a “pretty Korean lady” who attended an Oval Office briefing. The unidentified woman was reportedly an expert in hostage policy who was presenting information to him about an impending release of a family long held in Pakistan, the Guardian reported, citing an NBC News report.  Trump then proceeded to ask her where she was from, to which she...

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Trump’s State of the Union address to face protest from female lawmakers

FOX NEWS U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., talks to reporters after a news conference on investigating President Donald Trump for sexual misconduct, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Dec. 12, 2017.  (Reuters) Female lawmakers in Washington are calling on colleagues to wear all black to President Donald Trump’s State of Union address at the end of the month — on behalf of victims of sexual harassment. U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., said she is spearheading the protest to keep momentum going following last Sunday’s all-black-attire protest at the Golden Globe awards ceremony. “This is a culture change that is sweeping...

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Trump era brings changes to presidential coin

FOX NEWS A U.S. Army officer holds a zippered pouch with “Challenge Coins” for Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta to hand out to U.S. military personnel stationed at Yokota Air Base in Japan, Sept. 17, 2012.  (Reuters) Now that Donald Trump is president, the traditional presidential challenge coin has undergone major changes, including the addition of his “Make America Great Again” slogan. In addition, the presidential seal has been replaced with an eagle bearing Trump’s signature, the Washington Post reported. The 13 arrows representing the original states are also gone. The national motto, “E pluribus unum” — a Latin...

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