“I didn’t hear a word [Maxine Waters] said,” O’Reilly said. If we have a picture of James, it’s the same wig.” Waters has been a strident critic of Trump since he took office, calling out his “Kremlin clan” and saying her greatest joy would be “to lead him straight to impeachment.” O’Reilly was asked to discuss Waters’ argument that Trump is dangerous for America, but the TV host just couldn’t do it.
Instead, he decided to talk about her hair, because…even knows.
(@Woofield69) March 28, 2017 After his comments went viral, O’Reilly issued an apology.
“As I have said many times, I respect Congresswoman Maxine Waters for being sincere in her beliefs. The Fox News host wasn’t the only one who took a public swipe at a professional Black woman.
Assertive behavior allows everyone to feel comfortable and safe, while aggressive people tend to seek control and get their way even if it means hurting others.
Being aware of the reactions of those around you is a big difference between being assertive or aggressive, according to Lynn Taylor in a "Psychology Today" article.
A man accused of spousal abuse and sexual harassment is attacking a member of congress in crass racial and gender terms on a major network.
https://t.co/2d2ldk Cv92 — Joy Reid (@Joy Ann Reid) March 28, 2017"I didn't hear a word Bill O' Reilly said, I was looking at all his SEXUAL Harassment Cases" @Fox News @oreillyfactor @Fox Friends First pic.twitter.com/q S3jg MFJEp — Show us your taxes!
Lingo lesson: Rep—Short for “repetition,” this is one full run-through of a move, including the lifting and lowering phases. Stand with a stability ball between your back and a wall (or tree!
), walk feet forward until they’re slightly in front of your hips, and place hands on thighs. Rise up onto balls of feet as you reach arms overhead [B]. NOTE: You can do this move without a ball—simply press your back against the wall.