Yesterday, yet another video of the 19-year-old surfaced showing her blowing smoke rings, and the video came just days after she was spotted at a Harvard-Yale game kissing her boyfriend.
The video and images of the Harvard University freshman soon sparked outrage online, with people on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook calling on their fellow web users and the media to leave former President Barack Obama's elder daughter alone.
Kushner Worried Mueller Will 'Get' Trump
Robert Mueller's team is apparently also looking into a number of meetings that Kushner tried to broker with foreign leaders. Then-candidate Trump disparaged the resolution one day prior to the United Nations vote and said it should be vetoed.
This reporting caught the attention of President Donald Trump's oldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, and Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. That was the message that two members of the "First Daughter's Club", as the Washington Post calls them, wanted to make clear the day after Thanksgiving.
Morocco qualifies for World Cup, Ivory Coast misses out
Nabil Dirar scored the opener in the 25th minute with an inswinging cross that went untouched through the box and entered the net. DR Congo were the only team still with a chance to catch Tunisia, but they fell short despite a late 3-1 win over Guinea.
Selena Gomez accused of lip syncing at AMAs
If you missed out on the show don't fret, we have a list of celebrities who managed to make a statement with their look. The singer delivered an emotional set with Marshmello , the buzzy producer she collaborated with for the new single.
The 'F**k Trump' Car Has a New Decal for Sheriff Troy Nehls
Ron Reynolds held a press conference at the Fort Bend County Justice Center to discuss the unfair actions taken against Fonseca. The Facebook post was no longer visible Thursday morning after it was removed or the privacy settings were changed.
Twitter yanks verification badges from white supremacists
Robinson, the ex-EDL leader and outspoken critic of Islam, told HuffPost UK the move was a "blatant attack on free speech". In a phone interview, Spencer said he was anxious the move would lead to people like him being banned from Twitter .