OBAMA. The President spoke from Warsaw, Poland about the police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile: “We have seen tragedies like this too many times.”
"All lives matter," Pres. Obama says, "but data shows black folks are more vulnerable to these kinds of incidents." http://bit.ly/29siiqJ
— ABC News (@ABC) July 7, 2016
DEMS. Bernie Sanders will endorse Hillary Clinton on Tuesday: “…three Democrats [who have been involved in the planning], [and] who spoke on the condition of anonymity to reveal confidential conversations, said that the endorsement was partly the result of daily talks between Mrs. Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, and the Sanders campaign manager, Jeff Weaver, about bringing together the two rivals and advancing the policy priorities of Mr. Sanders.”
IT’S BRITNEY, BITCH. B Spears’ next single will be a ‘big’ hip-hop track.
G-Eazy talks about 'Make Me (Oooh)' at Kiss FM interview today. http://pic.twitter.com/RDvHS7HT4h
— Fiebre Britney (@FiebreBritney) July 7, 2016
CAPITOL HILL. Trump meets with House and Senate Republicans, gets an earful from Sen. Jeff Flake (AZ). Via Business Insider: “Yes, I’m the other senator from Arizona — the one who didn’t get captured — and I want to talk to you about statements like that.”
FALLING IN LINE. Ted Cruz says he accepted Trump’s invitation to speak at the RNC.
Cruz says Trump invited him to speak at the convention and he accepted http://pic.twitter.com/vhbTsFjJ65
— Katherine Faulders (@KFaulders) July 7, 2016
SKIN. Idris Elba smolders in photoshoot for Interview magazine.
DEFENDING TRUMP. Jared Kushner, husband to Ivanka Trump, says his father-in-law is not a racist or an anti-semite.
MUSIC. Jennifer Lopez and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Orlando tribute song “Love Make the World Go Round” will debut tonight.
INSTAGRAM. Neil Patrick Harris is serving family summer vacation #goals.
BLACK LIVES MATTER. Beyoncé posts call to action on her website in wake of police murders of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
— Colin Jones (@colinjones) July 7, 2016
THURSDAY THIRST. Jonathan Paul.