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Actress and pro-Trump commentator Stacey Dash arrested for domestic violence in Florida

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Actress and former Fox News contributor Stacey Dash was arrested in Florida over the weekend on a domestic violence charge, TMZ has reported.

Police in Pasco County responded to a domestic violence call this Sunday at around 7:45 pm and later arrested Dash, charging her with pushing and slapping her husband after the two had a “verbal argument.” A source speaking to TMZ says Dash was acting in self defense but was arrested because she had no marks on her body while her husband reportedly had scratches on his upper left arm.

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Dash is best known for her role as Dionne Davenport in the 1995 movie “Clueless.” She also was a contributor on Fox News from 2014 to 2017, where she frequently espoused opinions sympathetic to conservative views and Donald Trump.

During her time at Fox News, Dash was the subject of criticism when she said that there was no longer a need for black entertainment awards. She also said Black History Month should be abolished because there isn’t a white history month.

“Either we want to have segregation or integration,” she said on Fox & Friends back in 2016. “And if we don’t want segregation, then we need to get rid of channels like BET and the BET Awards and the Image Awards, where you’re awarded if you’re Black. If it were the other way around, we would be up in arms.”

In February of 2018, Dash filed paperwork to run for a congressional seat in Southern California but later withdrew her bid, saying that holding an elected office would be “detrimental to the health and well being of my family.”

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Republicans fear Trump’s attack on Yovanovitch ‘backfired’: CNN’s Jim Acosta

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On Monday's edition of CNN's "The Situation Room," senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta reported that Republicans on Capitol Hill are worried that President Donald Trump's Twitter attack on former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch during her public testimony in the impeachment hearing only hurt his cause.

"The president will be back to keeping an eye on the impeachment inquiry as the public hearings get underway," said Acosta. "Mr. Trump's fellow Republicans are hopeful he will cease his targeting of administration officials who are testifying. As one Trump campaign source told me over the weekend about the president's attacks late last week, it was not a, quote, 'good day for the GOP.' There are a lot of Republicans who feel like that backfired."

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Nicolle Wallace worries Republicans have had ‘lobotomies of their souls’

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MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace on Monday wondered how Republicans could possibly ignore the bombshell revelations in the public testimony and released transcripts that have emerged in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

"Beginning tomorrow morning, we'll see two first-hand witnesses to the July 25th call with the leader of Ukraine," Wallace noted. Jennifer Williams, from the vice president's staff, and Alexander Vindman -- both have said they were concerned by what they heard."

The host, who served as White House communications director in the George W. Bush administration, noted that both witnesses "have managed to get under the president's skin."

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Mike Huckabee: It’s ‘tragic’ Chick-fil-A will focus its charitable giving on causes that aren’t anti-LGBTQ – like hunger

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Mike Huckabee is lashing out at the privately-held Christian chicken fast-food chain he repeatedly has defended for its anti-LGBTQ charitable giving policies. Chick-fil-A announced Monday it will no longer donate to the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, two non-profits that have histories of actively working against LGBTQ people and causes like marriage equality.

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