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Petition: Move Melania Trump to White House, or she can foot security bill

More than 108,000 people have signed a petition urging First Lady Melania Trump to move to the White House or pay for security costs at Trump Tower herself. The Change.org petition[1] was started after a senior White House aide indicated the president s wife and son, Barron, will remain in New York until the school year ends. It ll be delivered to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren if at least 150,000 people sign.

The U.S. taxpayer is paying an exorbitant amount of money to protect the First Lady in Trump Tower, located in New York City, the petition reads. As to help relieve the national debt, this expense yields no positive results for the nation and should be cut from being funded.

Petition: Move Melania Trump To White House, Or She Can Foot Security Bill CBS This Morning

Melania Trump’s approach as first lady

First lady Melania Trump was next to her husband, Donald Trump, when he assumed the presidency on Friday, but she will not be constantly at his s… The NYPD estimated it costs between $127,000 and $146,000 per day to protect Mrs. Trump and Barron while President Trump is out of town, according to the New York Times. The cost to guard Mr. Trump and his family between the election and Inauguration Day reached $24 million, the NYPD said.

Comments beneath the Change.org petition highlighted the signers dissatisfaction over the first family s use of taxpayer funds.

Living in the White House is what you do when you are married to the president, one commenter identified as Sheila Forsyth of Newport, Rhode Island, wrote. The tax money saved by eliminating these extra protection expenses can be used to feed senior citizens. Why is our tax money being spent on people who already have more than their fair share?

Melania Trump is the only first lady since Anna Harrison[2] not to make the White House her residence. Barron Trump, the son of the president and the first lady, attends school in New York. Trump s frequent weekend trips to his private club Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, have also spurred criticism over costs to secure a non-White House location[3], on top of travel costs.

References

  1. ^ Change.org petition (www.change.org)
  2. ^ only first lady since Anna Harrison (www.cbsnews.com)
  3. ^ costs to secure a non-White House location (www.cbsnews.com)

Woman catches man recording her in Macy’s fitting room at Mall at …

ROBINSON TOWNSHIP, PA

A woman experienced a dressing room nightmare. Advertisement

On March 25 around 7 p.m., Heather Lipinski says she was trying on bathing suits in the fitting room at Macy’s at the Mall at Robinson.

“I did not even have the top put on fully, and I noticed this phone,” said Lipinski.

Lipinski says the phone stuck out of a pocket on the floor, so she reached down for it.

“I grabbed it, and he came underneath and grabbed it out of my hand,” said Lipinski. Startled, she peered out the door and told a nearby associate.

Lipinski added, “My biggest fear is he has me naked on his phone.”

Mall security showed her surveillance video. Lipinski says it shows a man rushing out of the dressing rooms and out of the mall to his car in the parking lot.

“The mall security guard came in and saw the guy and was like, oh that’s our guy,” said Lipinski.

Robinson Township police released a still image from that surveillance video hoping someone can identify him.

Lipinski shared her experience on Facebook to warn other women. Since Saturday, it has been shared more than 2,000 times. Another young woman reached out to Lipinski on Facebook to let her know the same thing happened to her. Hannah Chauvet described an experience similar to Lipinski’s – a cellphone peeking out of a pocket. The only difference is that she says it happened in a fitting room in the Forever 21 at the Mall at Robinson on Feb. 8, 2016. Chauvet just turned 18 but says she was only 16 at the time. Lipinski wants it to stop.

“I am not OK,” said Lipinski. “No, I am not going to let it go. I am not going to let it go until they find him.”

The Mall at Robinson released this statement: “The safety of our customers and associates is our top priority. As a company we do not comment or provide any additional information on ongoing investigations. Please contact the local Robinson Township Police Department with any questions.”

Macy’s released this statement: “TheMall at Robinson s top priority is to ensure a pleasant and safe shoppingexperience for all of our guests. We are cooperating with RobinsonTownship Police Department regarding an incident inside Macy s Department Storeon March 25.”

WEBVTT ED CLOTHING ON IN THEMALL.SHANNON: HERE IS PITTSBURGH’SACTION NEWS 4 ALYSSA RAYMOND.ALYSSA: A WOMAN SHARED HEREXPERIENCE ON FACEBOOK TO WARNOTHER WOMEN.IT HAS SINCE BEEN SHARED MORETHAN 2000 TIMES, AND NOW WE ARELEARNING SHE IS NOT THE ONLY ONETHAT EXPERIENCED THIS EXACT SAMETHING AT THE SMALL.HEATHER: MY BIGGEST FEAR IS HEHAS ME NAKED ON HIS PHONE.ALYSSA: ON SATURDAY, HEATHERLIPINSKI WALKED INTO A FITTINGROOM IN MACY’S AT THE MALL ATROBINSON AND STARTED TRYING ONBATHING SUITS.HEATHER: I DIDN’T EVEN HAVE THETOP PUT ON FULLY, AND I NOTICEDTHIS PHONE.LIPINSKI SAYS THE PHONE STUCKOUT OF A POCKET, SO SHE REACHEDDOWN FOR IT.HEATHER: I GRABBED IT, AND HECAME UNDERNEATH AND GRABBED ITOUT OF MY HAND.ALYSSA: STARTLED, SHE PEERED OUTTHE DOOR AND TOLD A NEARBYASSOCIATE.MALL SECURITY SHOWED HERSURVEILLANCE VIDEOLIPINSKI SAYS IT SHOWED A MANRUSHING OUT OF THE DRESSINGROOMS AND OUT OF THE MALL TO HISCAR IN THE PARKING LOT.ROBINSON TOWNSHIP POLICERELEASED THIS STILL IMAGE,HOPING SOMEONE RECOGNIZES HIM.HEATHER: THE MALL SECURITY GUARDCAME IN AND SAW THE GUY AND WASLIKE, “OH THAT’S OUR GUY.”ALYSSA: ANOTHER WOMAN REACHEDOUT TO LIPINSKI TO LET HER KNOWTHE SAME THING HAPPENED TO HER.SHE SHARED THIS PICTURE WITH USTAKEN ON FEBRUARY 8, 2016 FROM ADRESSING ROOM IN FOREVER 21 INTHE MALL AT ROBINSON.SAME DEAL — A CELL PHONEPEEKING OUT OF A POCKET.SHE SAYS SHE WAS 16 AT THE TIME.LIPINSKI WANTS IT TO STOP.HEATHER: I’M NOT OKTHEY’RE GOING TO CONTINUE –“LET US GO.”NO, I’M NOT GOING TO LET IT GO.I’M NOT GOING TO LET IT GO UNTILTHEY FIND HIM.ALYSSA: THE MALL RELEASED ASTATEMENT TO US, SAYING SAFETY

Woman catches man recording her in Macy’s fitting room at Mall at Robinson

ROBINSON TOWNSHIP, PA

A woman experienced a dressing room nightmare. Advertisement

On March 25 around 7 p.m., Heather Lipinski says she was trying on bathing suits in the fitting room at Macy’s at the Mall at Robinson.

“I did not even have the top put on fully, and I noticed this phone,” said Lipinski.

Lipinski says the phone stuck out of a pocket on the floor, so she reached down for it.

“I grabbed it, and he came underneath and grabbed it out of my hand,” said Lipinski. Startled, she peered out the door and told a nearby associate.

Lipinski added, “My biggest fear is he has me naked on his phone.”

Mall security showed her surveillance video. Lipinski says it shows a man rushing out of the dressing rooms and out of the mall to his car in the parking lot.

“The mall security guard came in and saw the guy and was like, oh that’s our guy,” said Lipinski.

Robinson Township police released a still image from that surveillance video hoping someone can identify him.

Lipinski shared her experience on Facebook to warn other women. Since Saturday, it has been shared more than 2,000 times. Another young woman reached out to Lipinski on Facebook to let her know the same thing happened to her. Hannah Chauvet described an experience similar to Lipinski’s – a cellphone peeking out of a pocket. The only difference is that she says it happened in a fitting room in the Forever 21 at the Mall at Robinson on Feb. 8, 2016. Chauvet just turned 18 but says she was only 16 at the time. Lipinski wants it to stop.

“I am not OK,” said Lipinski. “No, I am not going to let it go. I am not going to let it go until they find him.”

The Mall at Robinson released this statement: “The safety of our customers and associates is our top priority. As a company we do not comment or provide any additional information on ongoing investigations. Please contact the local Robinson Township Police Department with any questions.”

Macy’s released this statement: “TheMall at Robinson s top priority is to ensure a pleasant and safe shoppingexperience for all of our guests. We are cooperating with RobinsonTownship Police Department regarding an incident inside Macy s Department Storeon March 25.”

WEBVTT ED CLOTHING ON IN THEMALL.SHANNON: HERE IS PITTSBURGH’SACTION NEWS 4 ALYSSA RAYMOND.ALYSSA: A WOMAN SHARED HEREXPERIENCE ON FACEBOOK TO WARNOTHER WOMEN.IT HAS SINCE BEEN SHARED MORETHAN 2000 TIMES, AND NOW WE ARELEARNING SHE IS NOT THE ONLY ONETHAT EXPERIENCED THIS EXACT SAMETHING AT THE SMALL.HEATHER: MY BIGGEST FEAR IS HEHAS ME NAKED ON HIS PHONE.ALYSSA: ON SATURDAY, HEATHERLIPINSKI WALKED INTO A FITTINGROOM IN MACY’S AT THE MALL ATROBINSON AND STARTED TRYING ONBATHING SUITS.HEATHER: I DIDN’T EVEN HAVE THETOP PUT ON FULLY, AND I NOTICEDTHIS PHONE.LIPINSKI SAYS THE PHONE STUCKOUT OF A POCKET, SO SHE REACHEDDOWN FOR IT.HEATHER: I GRABBED IT, AND HECAME UNDERNEATH AND GRABBED ITOUT OF MY HAND.ALYSSA: STARTLED, SHE PEERED OUTTHE DOOR AND TOLD A NEARBYASSOCIATE.MALL SECURITY SHOWED HERSURVEILLANCE VIDEOLIPINSKI SAYS IT SHOWED A MANRUSHING OUT OF THE DRESSINGROOMS AND OUT OF THE MALL TO HISCAR IN THE PARKING LOT.ROBINSON TOWNSHIP POLICERELEASED THIS STILL IMAGE,HOPING SOMEONE RECOGNIZES HIM.HEATHER: THE MALL SECURITY GUARDCAME IN AND SAW THE GUY AND WASLIKE, “OH THAT’S OUR GUY.”ALYSSA: ANOTHER WOMAN REACHEDOUT TO LIPINSKI TO LET HER KNOWTHE SAME THING HAPPENED TO HER.SHE SHARED THIS PICTURE WITH USTAKEN ON FEBRUARY 8, 2016 FROM ADRESSING ROOM IN FOREVER 21 INTHE MALL AT ROBINSON.SAME DEAL — A CELL PHONEPEEKING OUT OF A POCKET.SHE SAYS SHE WAS 16 AT THE TIME.LIPINSKI WANTS IT TO STOP.HEATHER: I’M NOT OKTHEY’RE GOING TO CONTINUE –“LET US GO.”NO, I’M NOT GOING TO LET IT GO.I’M NOT GOING TO LET IT GO UNTILTHEY FIND HIM.ALYSSA: THE MALL RELEASED ASTATEMENT TO US, SAYING SAFETY

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