On Friday, MAGAbomber Cesar Sayoc’s former manager at New River Pizza and Fresh Kitchen in Fort Lauderdale described the inside of the can where he lived. Debra Gureghian told CNN’s Kate Bolduan the inside of his van was extremely “filthy” and described the disturbing decor
The alleged bomber has been arrested and identified as Cesar Sayoc’s. Sayoc was homeless and lived out of a van plastered with pro-Trump memes.
“The van had a lot of McDonald’s and Taco Bell boxes,” she said. “It was a lot of laundry. Hygienically it was filthy, dirty, and smelly. [It had a lot of] beer and Vodka bottles.”
Gureghian also noted that Sayoc’s kept puppets with their heads cut off inside of his van.
World hunger on the rise with more than 820 million at risk, UN report says
More than 821 million people suffered from hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition worldwide last year, the United Nations reported Monday -- the third year in a row that the number has risen.
After decades of decline, food insecurity began to increase in 2015 and reversing the trend is one of the 2030 targets of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
But getting to a world where no one is suffering from hunger by then remains an "immense challenge," the report said.
"The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World" was produced by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and other UN agencies including the World Health Organization.
‘It’s just sparkling racism’: Internet mocks the hell out of the New York Times for describing Trump’s comments as ‘racially infused’
In an analysis piece in the New York Times on Sunday, chief White House correspondent opted to describe President Donald Trump’s overtly racist comments on Democratic congresswomen color as “racially infused” — an euphemism one Twitter user joked is “the worst flavor of LaCroix.”
Trump over the weekend caused an uproar in the media by tweeting the following:
Fox News’ John Roberts tells Trump to his face: ‘White nationalists are finding common cause with you’
Fox News reporter John Roberts asked President Donald Trump to his face whether he cared that white nationalists agreed with his views on race.
The president provoked widespread outrage by calling on four Democratic congresswomen -- all women of color -- to leave the country because they disagreed with his policies, and Trump insisted his tweets were not racist while continuing to lob bigoted attacks at them.
"Mr. President," Roberts asked during an impromptu Monday news conference, "does it concern you that many people saw that tweet as racist, and that white nationalist groups are finding common cause with you on that point?"