Philip Alston, a human rights expert, wrote in his new report that economic inequality "could be readily eliminated" with political will.
"This will surprise lots of people until they read what actually happened," Richard Primus, a constitutional law expert at the University of Michigan Law school, told Newsweek.
A New York Times story reports Facebook holds "data-sharing partnerships" with more than 60 device makers. As a result, the social network allowed companies access to the data of user's friends without their explicit consent.
"I will not back down in the face of a snowflake meltdown and outrage culture," said Kobach in response to complaints about his parade display.
"Obama and his stooges tried to extinguish my American dream and destroy my faith in America," D'Souza tweeted Friday.
The former CIA director said he would "continue to speak out loudly and critically."
Avenatti has constantly taunted Trump with cryptic messages alluding to possessing damaging information to the President.
Dinesh D'Souza was a critic of former President Barack Obama and earlier this year mocked victims of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting.
The poll found voters divided over whether Trump's tweets will help Congressional Democrats up for reelection in November.
The Trump administration introduced a heightened "zero tolerance" immigration policy earlier this month that separates children from parents trying to cross the border illegally.
President Donald Trump has overseen unprecedented turnover in the early months of his administration.