“The View” host Whoopi Goldberg slammed former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley for claiming the pro-choice movement was somehow anti-feminist.
The former Trump administration official told an anti-abortion group that women who supported reproductive rights demanded conformity from women, which she argued was not “real feminism” — and Goldberg ripped her remarks as ridiculous.
“Let me get this straight,” Goldberg said. “So giving a women a choice about what to do with her body is anti-feminist because she — okay, look, I say it all the time. You have the right never to have an abortion. You have that right, and I support that.”
“But what about the 9-year-old girl who gets raped by a family member or some thug in the street?” she continued. “Why are you taking her mother’s discussion with her family, what their choice is, why are you taking it out of their hands? See to me, you taking choice from people is anti-human, so I don’t understand.”
Victoria’s Secret to cancel annual fashion show
US lingerie brand Victoria's Secret said it was cancelling its annual fashion show which usually draws millions of TV viewers, saying it was shifting its marketing strategy following criticism and weak financial results.
"Did we see a specific material impact on short-term sales in response to the airing of the fashion show?" asked Stuart Burgdoerfer, the finance director of parent company L Brands.
"As a general matter, the answer to that question is no," he told analysts in a conference call Thursday.
He added that Victoria's Secret would be "communicating to customers, but nothing that I would say is similar in magnitude to the fashion show".
Democrats intend to present Mueller findings in next round of impeachment hearings
House Democrats would like to hold at least one impeachment hearing on findings from Robert Mueller's report, but must first sort out court challenges to witnesses and evidence from that investigation.
Roger Stone's trial, which ended in a guilty verdict on all seven counts, raised new questions about whether President Donald Trump perjured himself in written responses to the special counsel's questions, and Democrats may present that evidence and examine Mueller's findings on obstruction of justice, reported Politico.
Joe Biden under fire for telling immigrant rights activist demanding end to deportations to ‘vote for Trump’
The former vice president also told climate activists that they "listen to Bernie too much" after they demanded he reject corporate cash.
During a campaign event in Greenwood, South Carolina Thursday night, former Vice President Joe Biden told a protestor who confronted him over the Obama administration's mass deportation policies to "vote for Trump," prompting outrage from immigrant rights groups and activists.
"By now, it is clear that the immigrant community cannot trust Biden."—Carlos Rojas, Movimiento Cosecha