Trump "knows that she's reliable, that she will go out there on any show and defend him," ex-aide Cliff Sims said of Conway.
Along with the announcer's comment, the Swarm player claimed that fans said they were going to scalp him.
The boy's mother posted video footage of the incident on Facebook.
Five black NFL coaches have been fired from the league this year so far.
"There's a cost when speaking truth to power, and this time I paid the price by losing my job, but I'm not mourning, I'm organizing," Matt Bruce wrote on Facebook.
The teacher had taught at the school for nine years but refused to sign a contract prohibiting her from boycotting Israel.
Newly formed conservative news media network BlazeTV promptly fired Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes just days after Glenn Beck and Mark Levin merged their brands.
All three agencies where Chris Bush worked confirmed that he had been terminated following the insensitive post.
"At your request, I am submitting my resignation," Sessions wrote in his resignation letter.
But Sean Spicer said "SNL" executive producer Lorne Michaels should be fired for the joke.
"It's a small strip center and no other business was vandalized, so it was obviously politically motivated."
NBC will reportedly air a previous segment of Kelly's daytime show.
Amid backlash for her "blackface" comments, it is rumored that Kelly's job as host of her "Today" show segment is at risk.
"Everybody started laughing in the restaurant, and I got really embarrassed," the customer, Jimmy Shue, said.
"I accounted for my small part, while the President and my employer walked away and still haven't accounted for their actions."
"Feminists are their own worst enemies, and enemy of women," the fired Fox contributor tweeted.
"There are cars back there," the Taco Bell staffer told customer Alexandria Montgomery. "No one here speaks English."
"He said 'You're not going to tell me how to run my own company.' I said 'I'm not trying to tell you how to run your own company, but you're not going to tell me what God to pray to.'"
Marvel and Disney stand firmly by their decision not to re-hire James Gunn for "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3."
The former White House aide said in an interview with The Grio that the nationwide "animosity" toward President Donald Trump kept her from achieving the goals she set when she accepted a job in his administration.