This week, Facebook unveiled brand new reactions, Nevada and South Carolina cast their votes, and a GOP candidate declared he's only focused on whether the next Supreme Court justice is both delicious and nutritious.
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“The fruit salad of their life is what I will look at,” the candidate said when asked about the possibility of choosing a future Supreme Court justice.
Kesha has accused Dr. Luke of drugging and raping her and abusing her in an effort to force her to lose weight.
The spokesman, Rick Tyler, apologized to the Florida senator Sunday night, calling the attack “inaccurate.”
Manny Pacquiao has been widely condemned for comparing same-sex couples to “animals” during a televised interview.
The former candidate tweeted, “Methinks the Donald doth protest too much. Show voters your back taxes, @realDonaldTrump. #WhatIsHeHiding.”
“Will you apologize to black people for mass incarceration?” the activist asked the candidate.
The candidate received 45.9 percent of the vote.
“Reactions gives you new ways to express love, awe, humor and sadness,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post when the testing began on October 8.
Prosecuting attorney Jeff Getting said Jason Brian Dalton “admitted his involvement” in the killings and was found with what appears to be the murder weapon.
The video of the meeting received almost 11 million views in the first six hours after it was uploaded late Sunday.