Starbucks CEO Ducks Question About Hiring Refugees Instead of Americans

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Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz dodged questions asking him to explain why he is damaging shareholders’ investment in the company by promising to hire thousands of refugees instead of Americans. Starbucks’ pro-refugee, anti-American policy announced in January is “based on principle” instead of politics, Schultz claimed Wednesday when he was confronted at a shareholders’ March 22 event in Seattle by Justin Danhof, the general counsel at the National Center for Public Policy, a free-market investor activist group. Schultz will quit his CEO job at Starbucks on April 3, 2017, but will continue in the role as Starbucks’ executive chairman. He is a prominent liberal activist who was once suggested as a vice presidential candidate for Hillary Clinton in Schultz will quit his CEO job at Starbucks on April 3, 2017, but will continue in the role as Starbucks’ executive chairman. He is a prominent liberal activist who was once suggested as a vice presidential candidate for Hillary Clinton in 2016 and has been mentioned as someone who is “definitely being pursued” as a Democrat candidate for president in 2020. The Starbucks event appeared to be a celebration of Schultz’s political ambitions, Danhof said in a subsequent press release. This shareholder meeting was more of
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Fox News Reportedly Pulls Judge Napolitano After He Claims Obama Used British Spies to Wiretap Trump’s Phones

Fox News has indefinitely benched its senior judicial analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano, after President Donald Trump cited the judge’s claims that President Obama used British intelligence sources to wiretap Trump’s campaign phones, according to sources.
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