When Donald Trump’s name appears in a rap lyric — something that has occurred in more than 300 songs over the past 30 years — the reference can signify anything from wealth and luxury to fraud and racism.
Over the past two decades, the California governor and his wife have accepted more than $700,000 from Pacific Gas & Electric, its foundation and its employees as the utility has supported his campaigns, ballot initiatives, inauguration festivities and his wife’s film projects, records show.
In December, Patrick, 63, said he would not be a candidate for president. The former two-term governor of Massachusetts, elected in 2006 and re-elected in 2010, at that time cited “the cruelty of our elections process.”
Hundreds have been arrested. Medics have disappeared on their way to Baghdad’s Tahrir Square, not heard from since. Protesters described receiving threats and seeing strange men appear in their tents, taking photographs and leaving.
When the first customer stepped in to help at the Alabama restaurant, “It was a transition so smooth I initially assumed it was a staff member returning to their shift,” one customer said in an email. Soon after, another jumped in. Then another.
In a letter to fans, the Canadian-born rock legend said he had applied to become a dual citizen and passed the test for American citizenship. But, Young wrote, he was asked to take another test “due to my use of marijuana and how some people who smoke it have exhibited a problem.”