The Resistance within the Trump Administration.
On Wednesday, The New York Times published an opinion piece allegedly written by an anonymous “senior official in the Trump administration,” who claims to be a member of a resistance group inside the White House.
According to the author, “Many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.”
CNN has 13 folks in mind who could potentially be the author.
Ludacris & Jermaine Dupri Bring Back “Welcome To Atlanta”.
It’s the throwback you didn’t know you needed on a Thursday. Press play below to listen to Ludacris and Jermaine Dupri’s Falcons remix of “Welcome to Atlanta,” which was created to give other Atlanta teams some shine.
“As time has [passed and Atlanta has grown], musically and just the city growing, you see people – movies being shot here. But we still haven’t won a Super Bowl” Dupri said in a statement. “It’s the badge of our pride. We’ve got to get it.”
Ludacris added, “To be able to do a Falcons version of our hit song ‘Welcome to Atlanta’ is an opportunity of a lifetime. Hopefully this song can help (this team) even further in terms of motivation… giving them that extra oomph that they need to do the damn thing.”
Beats By Dr. Dre Is Now NBA’s Official Headphone.
ICYMI, Beats by Dre announced its partnership in a new commercial featuring Lebron James, James Harden, and more.
“Beats revolutionized the music industry and has become one of the most innovative and culturally influential brands in the world,” NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said in a press release. “Through our partnership, we have an exciting opportunity to merge sports, pop culture and technology to deliver unparalleled experiences and premium products to our fans.”
Peep the new ad by clicking here.
Here’s a First Look at Colin Kaepernick’s Latest Nike Ad.
You can catch the full ad when it airs tonight during the Falcons-Eagles season opener.
In other news, The National Black Police Association has voiced its support for Kaepernick since the unveiling of his controversial Nike ad.
Is It Time to Delete Facebook? 1 in 4 Americans Think So.
A new Pew Facebook survey reveals that 74 percent of Americans have gotten rid of their profiles in the last year, or at least changed their privacy settings. Additionally, young folks are more likely to delete the app.
“While the survey suggests large portions of Americans are abandoning the platform or scaling back their usage, Facebook reported stable daily active user numbers in its most recent earnings report,” Philly.com notes. “Analysts have said, however, that the company may face challenges in acquiring new users in mature markets such as the United States and Europe.”
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