Ivanka Trump gave her daughter a puppy named Winter for her 8th birthday

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Ivanka Trump got her daughter, Arabella, a dog for her eighth birthday, and they named it Winter.
Some commenters on Instagram debated about the dog’s breed, while others brought up border politics.

Donald Trump broke with tradition in 2017 when he became one of the only presidents to enter the White House without a presidential pet.
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The Trumps just added another member to the family, but this time it’s a dog.

Ivanka Trump posted a picture to Instagram on Sunday of an adorable white-haired, blue-eyed puppy she got for her daughter, Arabella, for her eighth birthday.

“Meet Winter, Arabella’s birthday dream come true and the newest member of the Kushner family,” she captioned the picture.

Meet Winter, Arabella’s birthday dream come true and the newest member of the Kushner family!😍

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This limited edition all-black speaker displays animated lyrics

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Japanese company COTODAMA and luxury brand Saint Laurent have teamed up for a limited edition all-black speaker that is only available to buy in the fashion house’s Rive Droite stores. COTODAMA has two versions of its lyric speaker, both of which display a song’s lyrics while music is playing.

COTODAMA’s Lyric Speaker Canvas first came out last year and has a silver and black design. The silver back board is the actual speaker, while the front black board is the screen that displays song lyrics. It’s one unit, but looks like two pieces, and is meant to evoke the idea of vinyl record jackets leaned up against your wall. The size is a bit bigger than an actual record sleeve, but not by much. The Lyric Speaker Canvas is 18.7 inches wide by…

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A Georgia state lawmaker said a man told her to ‘go back to where you came from’ in a checkout line fight, but the story is becoming murky

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A Georgia state lawmaker has been embroiled in a public battle with a man she said confronted her in an abusive verbal attack in a grocery store checkout line. He denies her claim that he made a racist comment.
Georgia Rep. Erica Thomas said she encountered Eric Sparkes in a Publix when he told her “go back to where you came from” and called her a “lazy son of a b—h.”
Sparkes later admitted in an interview with local news that he had called her the expletive out of frustration in the altercation over an express checkout lane but didn’t make the racist comment.
The tangle comes days after President Donald Trump tweeted the same racist rhetoric at four Democratic female lawmakers.
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A Georgia state lawmaker has been embroiled in a public battle with a man she said confronted her in an abusive verbal attack in a grocery store checkout line.

Though the man in question admitted he became aggressive in the altercation, he rejects her claim that he made a racist comment.

Georgia Rep. Erica Thomas said she encountered Eric Sparkes in a Mapleton, Georgia Publix when he told her “go back to where you came from” and called her a “lazy son of a b—h.”

Thomas initially posted on social media on July 19 to describe the incident that she said began when he became upset she had too many items in the store’s express checkout line.

Today I was verbally assaulted in the grocery store by a white man who told me I was a lazy SOB and to go back to where I came from bc I had to many items in the express lane. My husband wasn’t there to defend me because he is on Active Duty serving the country I came from USA!

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