A lawyer for Donald Trump on Tuesday urged a federal appeals court to halt a lawsuit accusing the U.S. president of exploiting his family name to promote a marketing scam targeting poor and working-class people. The lawyer, Thomas McCarthy, told the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan the plaintiffs were "done in by the allegations of their own complaint," and that their proposed class action concerning the multi-level marketing company American Communications Network belonged in arbitration. Four plaintiffs, including a hospice worker, accused Trump, his adult children Donald Jr., Eric and Ivanka and an affiliate of their family company of promoting ACN in exchange for millions of dollars in secret payments from 2005 to 2015.
I stayed in an Airbnb on my parents’ street for Thanksgiving. It was hell! My mom pleaded with me NOT to write a bad review. What do I do?
‘We couldn’t believe what awaited us: unflushed toilets, dirty dishes in the dishwasher and uneaten food in the refrigerator.’
The comedian's latest moniker for the president has a very familiar feel.
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The mystery deepens into the fiery death of former Zappos CEO and Tony Hsieh. The 46-year-old billionaire died from smoke inhalation during a house fire in Connecticut. Investigators say Hsieh was locked inside a storage shed. “The male is barricaded inside. He's not answering the door. Everyone else is outside the house and trying to get him to open up,” the 911 dispatcher said in a recording. Coroners ruled Hsieh’s death an accident, but there are still questions about what happened.