A charter school principal in New Orleans has lost his job after video surfaced of him appearing to wear Nazi-associated rings.
The video, which appeared Thursday, shows then-Principal Nicholas Dean of Crescent Leadership Academy holding an American flag and a shield as he discusses talking to six journalists who “appeared to me completely soulless.”
Dean, who identifies himself in the video as Nick Andrews, is also seen wearing a helmet, goggles, and two rings closely associated with Nazism. One appears to be of the German Iron Cross and another a skull ring that was awarded to leading members of the Nazi party, according to the local Times-Picayune.
“If foreigners come here with Marxist ideas and Marxist tactics … it’s my duty to be here,” Dean can be heard saying in the video.
Crescent Leadership Academy said Dean was terminated Thursday.
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Jim Bunning, the only person ever elected both to the U.S. Senate and the Baseball Hall of Fame, has died. He was 85.
Bunning, a blunt, conservative Republican who spent a combined 24 years representing Kentucky in the House and Senate, weathered several close elections to earn his place in both institutions. Sometimes, his two professions seemed to go together perfectly.
“I have been booed by 60,000 fans at Yankee Stadium standing alone at the pitcher’s mound, so I have never really cared if I stood alone here in Congress as long as I stood by my beliefs and my values,” he said in his farewell Senate speech in December 2010. “I have also thought that being able to throw a curve ball never was a bad skill for a politician to have.”
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President Trump told troops at the Sigonella Naval Air Station in Sigonella, Italy that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “assured” him that is he “ready” to “reach for peace” with the Palestinians.
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As President Trump looked on from stage, first lady Melania Trump spoke to U.S. troops at the Sigonella Naval Air Station in Sigonella, Italy.
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President Trump concluded his first overseas trip on May 27 with a visit to U.S. military troops and their families at the Sigonella Naval Air Station in Sigonella, Italy.