Melania gives a shout-out to Chelsea Clinton after she stands up for Barron.
@rawan, tweeting after first lady Melania Trump tweeted a thanks to Chelsea Clinton for speaking out in defense of the Trumps’ son, Barron. Conservative website The Daily Caller published a piece targeting Barron for wearing a T-shirt and shorts this week to ride on Air Force One. Clinton, as a former first child, tweeted: “No child should be talked about in [this] manner in real life or online.”
ESPN takes guy named Robert Lee off of University of Virginia game, gets dragged for it.
@DLoesch, Dana Loesch, a conservative commentator, reacting after ESPN pulled Asian broadcaster Robert Lee from calling the University of Virginia’s opening game because he shares a name with the Confederate general whose legacy has sparked unrest in Charlottesville.
Petty people of Twitter share their grudges.
@EllieAshe, sharing a grudge after @Nicole_Cliffe asked Twitter users to send her “your oldest, most cherished grudge.” The people of Twitter let their grudges out, including @SharonLeavy1, who shared:
Gay family shares heartwarming letter in Australia.
“My hope for you during this difficult time … is that you have the courage to stand up for what you know is the truth.”
A letter sent to a 7-year-old named Nicholas, who lives in Australia with his two moms. Gay marriage is being debated in Australia, and a classmate told Nicholas that his family was not a real family. His godmother sent him an affirming letter, which his mom shared on Twitter.