This week, members of the Trump family missed an important deadline, the Bernie Sanders campaign hosted a YUGE rally in New York's Washington Square Park and the Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant went out with "swish!"
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Bryant’s farewell performance dominated social media, overshadowing the record-breaking 73rd win of the season for the Golden State Warriors.
Headlines included “Deportations to begin” and “US soldiers refuse to kill ISIS families.”
Asked by MSNBC’s Chris Matthews what gay couples who love each other should do, he said, “They should love one another. That’s the end of it.”
The executive order prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and other characteristics.
The rally was held in New York’s Washington Square Park.
“They feel very guilty, but it’s fine,” Trump told Fox News.
The debate came just days before the make-or-break New York primary on April 19.
The latest NBC New York/WSJ/Marist poll shows Clinton still maintains a double-digit lead over Sanders in the Empire State.
Rather than listening to the candidate's speech, the crowd instead chattered at their dinner tables, took selfies or left the dinner altogether.
These will be the last such speeches Obama will give as president, a White House official confirmed on Thursday.