Stories tagged: "Twitter"

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President Trump Thinks He Appeals to the ‘Suburban Housewife.’ This Michigan Mom Disagrees.

Mid-Michigan mom Harmony Lloyd knows what it is to be the new mom in the neighborhood.

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Follow the Lead of #MaskUpMichigan — Not Trump’s Coronavirus Disinfo Twitter Campaign

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer nominated President Trump to tweet a pic of himself in a mask. Instead, he retweeted a dangerous video touting false coronavirus claims.

President Trump has targeted Michigan’s trifecta of female leaders ahead of the 2020 presidential election, picking fights over everything from coronavirus response to voting rights. Clockwise from top left: Attorney General Dana Nessel (AP Photo/Paul Sancya File); Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (Photo via Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Office); Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (Photo via Facebook); President Donald Trump (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Trump vs. the Women Who Lead Michigan: What We Learned From the Recent NYT Article

The New York Times explores whether Trump’s targeted attacks on Michigan’s women leaders are a calculated campaign or just more sexism (or maybe a little bit of both). We have the highlights.

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Don’t Vote for My Dad: How This Candidate’s Campaign Was Torpedoed By A Tweet From His Daughter

When she learned of her father’s candidacy, this Michigan woman took to social media to plead with voters.

President Trump on Hannity June 25, 2020. (Image via YouTube)
Trump Said Living in Detroit Is ‘Like Living In Hell.’ Here’s What Michiganders Had to Say Back.

When President Trump dragged Detroit into his racist rhetoric, Michiganders flooded Twitter with love for the city — and all the reasons he was wrong.

Shelby Township Police Chief Robert J. Shelide (Photo via Shelby Township)
Detroit-Area Police Chief on Leave After Violent ‘Unleash Real Cops’ Posts On Social Media

Robert J. Shelide, police chief of Shelby Township, deleted his Twitter when racist posts calling for violence drew public outrage. He’s now on paid leave pending investigation.