Fred Perry says its black and yellow-tipped polo shirt will no longer be sold in the United States and Canada “until we’re satisfied its association with the Proud Boys has ended.”
“It’s not okay to accuse them, with no facts, of coordinating with the Democratic Party. Please stop doing that or this interview will end,” Harlow exclaimed.
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“No pundits and no opinion,” the consummate newsman promises of his first show since leaving Fox News, debuting this week on CNBC.
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