"Remember when it was a national emergency because a comedian made fun of her," one person wrote of the press secretary's insult aimed at Democrats.
A teacher was placed on leave for allegedly asking black students to research "games that had been played by enslaved children," according to a letter sent to parents by the Shorewood School District.
The fight started over a seat in the school's common area on Wednesday and "quickly escalated into an exchange of words and a physical altercation," the school superintendent said in a letter.
"I feel that the college is biased against me because of my political beliefs," Salvatore Esposito told Newsday.
The child, who wasn't identified by police because of his age, was handcuffed on March 30 after a 12-year-old boy was robbed at gunpoint, according to a news release.
"You're the kind of boy I'd make a sandwich for," read one card, while the other was aimed at "the kind of girl I'd buy flowers for."
An attorney for one of the officers said the incident was "something that started as a joke or a miscomment."
The high school freshman saw the phone, which was covered in toilet paper except for a hole over the camera lens when she went into the driving school's unisex bathroom.
An incident report filed with police on Tuesday and shared with Yahoo Lifestyle said the bullying made the girl "fear for her life."
"My daughter was dress coded again today," mom Amber Parungao wrote on Facebook. "The assistant principal made her take her jacket off so that she could dress code her for what she was wearing underneath."
One viewer called footage of the incident at a New Jersey McDonald's "absolutely horrible and disgraceful."
The congresswoman's supporters are already trying to hook her up with the perfect pup.