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CNN’s Navarro has no sympathy for Sarah Sanders being booted from a restaurant: That’s ‘the cost of being an accomplice’



Appearing on CNN Saturday morning, regular contributor Ana Navarro was asked about the report that White House Spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders and seven family members were refused service at a Virginia restaurant because she works for President Donald Trump.

Navarro shrugged it off.

According to the conservative pundit, “Some people find the idea of tearing children away from their families and then lying about it morally offensive.”


“You make choices in life. And there is a cost to being an accomplice to this cruel, deceitful administration,” she added addressing the entire Huckabee family who were forced to seek dinner elsewhere.

With former GOP lawmaker Jack Kingston decrying the state of polarization in the U.S. that has seen three high-level Trump administration officials unable to have a peaceful meal in the wake of the administration’s decision to tear immigrant children away from their parents and put them in detention camps — Navarro was nonplussed.

“It kind of comes with the territory” she advised. “There is a cost to pay for the decisions you make in life.”

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’Let ‘em go’: Ex-police commissioner lays into Buffalo cops who quit Emergency Response Team



On CNN Friday, former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey slammed the 57 Buffalo police officers who resigned from the city's Emergency Response Team in solidarity with a pair of officers investigated for shoving an elderly man to the ground and then lying about it.

"If they want to resign, they should resign from the department," said Ramsey. "They don't have a vote in what unit they're in or the running of that department. They would not be allowed to step down from those positions. If they want to resign from the police department, let 'em go, and I would not bring them back, it just means you have some slots you have to fill. That kind of stuff is ridiculous and can't be tolerated."

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Trump accused by ex-Defense Secretary of putting US on ‘the trail toward a dictatorship’



During an appearance on CNN on Friday morning, former Defense Secretary William Cohen - who also served in the U.S. Senate as a Republican -- denounced Donald Trump in no uncertain terms, saying his use of military personnel against anti-police brutality protesters is a sign he has set the country on the path to a dictatorship.

To emphasize his point, he later called Trump the "dictator-in-chief."

Speaking with host Jim Sciutto, Cohen didn't mince words after the CNN host noted that the president and his former attorney called the protesters "terrorists."

"What does it mean for you to hear a sitting president dismissing a whole range of protesters, who in fact were largely peaceful around the White House, dismissing a whole range of them as terrorists? What does that mean to you?" the CNN host asked.

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Richmond mayor schools white lawmaker complaining removal of Confederate statue strips her of her history



Appearing on CNN's "New Day" on Friday morning, the mayor of Richmond, Virginia set a white state lawmaker straight over her comments that the imminent removal of a statue commemorating Confederate General Robert E. Lee was erasing her history.

Speaking with host John Berman, Mayor Levar Stoney expressed pleasure at the upcoming removal of the massive statue, saying it was a long overdue -- before the interview turned to comments made by State Senator Amanda Chase (R) made in a Facebook post.

Noting that the white lawmaker complained, "Let's be honest here, there is an overt effort here to erase all-white history," Stoney had a few words for the lawmaker.

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