Michael Weatherly, Mike Pompeo, Mika Brzezinski discussed on 24 Hour News

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Well, no, more gender stereotypes allowed in broadcast print and internet ads and Britain a watchdog group announced new advertising rules this morning, and they're cracking down on sexism like commercials that depict women as bad drivers. Or men is inept parents the rules aimed to stop any ads that reinforce harmful stereotypes, which regulators say holds back not just people, but society and even the economy when we don't live up to our potential, they stay. And on the air apology this morning from a co host of MSNBC's morning gel. Mika Brzezinski found herself under fire after using a homophobic slur on Wednesday to describe secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, she used that slur while criticizing the Trump administration for not taking a tougher stance against the crown prince of Saudi Arabia for his alleged involvement in the murder of Washington Post journalist, Jamal kashogi. Here's how that apology went. The term is crass and offensive, and I apologize to everyone especially the LGBTQ community and to my colleagues for using it. It wasn't mistake. My father would have found it so unbecoming and disrespectful. And he would have told me I will work hard to be better. But I just wanted to say on camera looking viewers straighten. The I I'm really really sorry specifically she had been criticizing Pompeo's. Recent Fox News appearance when he sidestepped questions about the Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, Al CBS confirms now that it made a. A secret nine point five million dollar payment to actress Eliza Dushku last year to settle her sexual harassment claims. The actress was written off the CBS primetime drama bull after she complained about sexual comments by the show's star, Michael Weatherly. The network says the settlement amount equals about what dish coup would've earned if she hadn't been released from the show the comments in question include a rape show and other sexually charged wisecracks. But Weatherly tells the New York Times that he was simply mocking comments in the script. And he apologized when he learned the actress was uncomfortable. He says.

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