President Donald Trump speaks to the media after signing a bill in the Oval Office at the White House on July 1, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

On Tuesday evening, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to criticize the "Radical Left" for staging boycotts of individual businesses, products or corporations that do not match their personal morals.

Trump posted:

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Alan Dershowitz appears on Tucker Carlson Tonight on December 19, 2018. (Fox News/YouTube)

Fox News host Tucker Carlson continues to receive backlash over his comments regarding immigrants, which many called racist and xenophobic. This time the pushback came in the form of a guest on Carlson's own show, Tucker Carlson Tonight.

Retired Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz appeared on Carlson's show to discuss the legal implications for retired General Mike Flynn. But before that commentary began, Dershowitz stated he needed to say something to Carlson.

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In the ongoing saga unfolding between a 54 year old conservative radio and Fox News host once dubbed "Right-Wing Radio’s High Priestess of Hate" and an outspoken 17 year old survivor of the Parkland school mass shooting, a new player has entered the fray: Russian Twitter bots.

A Twitter bot is software that sends out automated posts on Twitter. Most bots work simply, programmed to send out tweets periodically or respond to instances of specific phrases or hashtags.

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(Delta Airlines press materials)

Delta Airlines, long associated with Georgia, where it directly employs over 33,000 Georgians statewide, got a slap in the face Monday courtesy of Georgia lieutenant governor Casey Cagle. Despite Delta's status as  Georgia’s No. 1 private employer, Lt. Governor Cagle decided the National Rifle Association (NRA) deserves his loyalty and that of his state.

Cagle, backed by other Republicans in the State Senate, threatened to kill a proposed tax cut largely benefiting Delta Air Lines because the company terminated a discount fare program for the NRA.

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[DIGEST: NPR, Huffington Post]

Big-box retailer Target garnered praise from the LGBT community in April after it pledged not to bar transgender individuals from using the restroom which corresponds with their chosen gender identity. Now, in a move which seems designed to calm critics who've boycotted the company, it announced it would spend $20 million to install a private bathroom in each of its stores. Most Target locations already have single-stall bathrooms, but the company will add the option to 277 stores by November and about 20 other stores by March 2017. Katie Boylan, a Target spokeswoman, confirmed that Target would continue to welcome transgender customers to use the bathroom they choose.

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[DIGEST: The New York Times, Techcrunch]

The largest corporation in North Carolina condemned a new law that voids anti-discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens. Bank of America, which has its headquarters in Charlotte, announced it was joining over 80 chief executives, including Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey and Apple CEO Tim Cook, in opposing the new legislation. The CEOs voiced their concerns in an open letter to Governor Pat McCrory posted on the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) website and are requesting a meeting with McCrory by Thursday. Bank of America was one of the largest contributors to McCrory’s 2012 gubernatorial campaign.

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