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Sunday, February 26, 2017

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Robert Reich | Boycotting Trump 
Robert Reich speaking to Occupy San Francisco in 2011. (photo: Jeff Chiu/AP)
Robert Reich, Robert Reich's Blog 
Reich writes: "Both Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus, among other retailers, have dropped Trump brands, both Ivanka's and her father's. Their decisions came amid calls for a boycott against retailers that carry Trump products." 
Pro-Trump Megadonor Is Part Owner of Breitbart News Empire, CEO Reveals 
Elise Viebeck and Matea Gold, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "Breitbart News Network, the far-right media outlet that heralded President Trump's rise and was once led by his top White House strategist, is owned in part by a wealthy conservative family that poured millions into propelling Trump into office, the company's chief executive acknowledged Friday." 
Donald Trump Will Not Attend White House Correspondents' Dinner 
Martin Pengelly, Guardian UK 
Pengelly writes: "Donald Trump on Saturday capped a week of tumultuous relations with the press by saying he will not attend this year's White House correspondents' dinner, which is scheduled for 29 April." 
Muhammad Ali Jr. Detained by Immigration Officials at Fla. Airport 
Danielle Lerner, The Louisville Courier-Journal 
Lerner writes: "The son of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali was detained for hours by immigration officials earlier this month at a Florida airport, according to a family friend." 
Betsy DeVos Questions if Schools Should Provide Students Free Lunch 
Pranshu Rathi, International Business Times 
Rathi writes: "Education Secretary Betsy DeVos made a seemingly innocuous joke Thursday about no one getting a free lunch. But the comment came as DeVos, a staunch opponent of public schools, is taking over the nation's free lunch program that provides nutrition to low-income students and is under attack from Republicans, raising questions about whether the administration of President Donald Trump will protect food aid programs for children." 
Mexico Snubs Trump, Says No to Deporting More Central Americans 
Excerpt: "The U.S. wants to pressure Mexico into keeping migrants and refugees as they await trial, forcing Mexico to deport them instead. Mexico isn't falling for it." 
Amazon Deforestation, Once Tamed, Comes Roaring Back 
Hiroko Tabuchi, Claire Rigby and Jeremy White, The New York Times 
Excerpt: "A few months ago, a representative from Cargill traveled to this remote colony in Bolivia's eastern lowlands in the southernmost reaches of the vast Amazon River basin with an enticing offer." 

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