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Vox: Trump Serving Clemson Players Fast Food Criticized As ‘Racist and Classist’

Liberal website Vox, criticized President Trump on Tuesday for serving fast food to the Clemson Tigers. Claiming that Trump’s belief that fast food would be the preferred meal of the athletes, was “racist and classist.” The president took criticism from much of the mainstream media for decision to go with fast food. Including accusations that he was “disrespecting” the players, was “unsophisticated,” or was somehow being cheap, Vox said in its January 15 post. “One poked fun at the juxtaposition of presumably hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of silver and…

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Breaking News Politics 

Hard Times: Left-Wing New Media Look to Mergers, Paywalls, Selling Companies

Vice, Vox, BuzzFeed, HuffPost, and other left-wing digital outlets are struggling in an increasingly competitive marketplace. While smaller left-wing outlets, like Mic, Lena Dunham’s Lenny Letter, Refinery29, Rookie, and the anti-Trump Weekly Standard are either closed, closing, or going through massive overhauls to stop the bleeding of red ink, the big players on the left – the aforementioned Vice, Vox, and Buzzfeed – no longer look like sure things. Even HuffPost is looking at adding a paywall. Vanity Fair writes that these “companies, which once heralded the dawn of a new…

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Breakthrough for Anti-Mass Migration VOX Party in Spanish Regional Election

Right-wing populist VOX has entered a Spanish regional parliament for the first time after gaining 11 per cent of the vote in Andalusia on Sunday, according to exit polls. VOX has won 12 seats in Spain’s most populous region, according to preliminary results where around 99 per cent of votes have been counted, Reuters reports. In less than three years, VOX has risen from one percent to 11 percent and is now the third-largest party in the Andalusian province of Almería. Spain, Andalusia regional elections (99% counted) PSOE-S&D: 28.0% (-7.4)PP-EPP: 20.8%…

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