What’s her job? Does he/she have a job? Do you think the flapper dress is a job? What does it signify when she is caught smoking?” (Laugh)
If you don’t want to watch that, read the transcript of the whole segment right here.
UPDATE: After the interview, CNN posted the transcript on Twitter:
A man accused of throwing a baby girl off a Toronto Skytrain last month has appeared in court.
Police were called to Downsview Station at around 7:30 p.m. on Friday for a report of a child jumping from the train’s platform.
They responded to speak to a 19-year-old woman from North York.
She told police a man named Justin C. had thrown a baby into the station, before continuing on to the station platform.
Crown prosecutors allege Justin C. was on the train and had a “child in custody or care.”
Toronto police did not make his name public.
He is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.
The National Rifle Association has decided to fight the new federal government’s new ban on assault weapons.
On its website, the NRA says that banning and confiscating assault weapons won’t solve the nation’s problems and will only “create more chaos in the streets of our nation’s cities.”
The blog post, headlined “Why we oppose the ban on assault weapons,” notes that the NRA supports a ban on semi-automatic rifles like AR-15s, and that a ban would be less effective than the federal government’s current efforts to ban certain types of assault weapons.
An estimated 10 percent of the country’s assault weapons are legally owned.
“Unfortunately, some members of Congress — including President Obama — oppose common sense regulation of these weapons, which are not necessary to fulfill any legitimate police or military mission,” the NRA wrote.
“This is why we oppose the government’s attempt to ban thousands of legal AR-15 rifles.”
The post comes as Republicans in Congress are pushing to prevent the Obama administration from banning any of the nation’s approximately 250 million semiautomatic rifles.
Some Republican lawmakers are worried that the ban could end up costing the U.S. treasury.
The proposal, proposed this week by Sen. Mike Lee Michael (Mike) Shumway LeeThe Hill’s Morning Report — Senate Judiciary panel to vote on Kavanaugh Judge: Kavanaugh can’t be confirmed, says
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