The Daily Populous

Thursday July 19th, 2018 morning edition

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One of Khalil Cavil's customers wrote this racist message on his bill.

A customer at a Texas steakhouse who left a server with no tip and a racist message over the weekend may not return, restaurant management says.

When Khalil Cavil looked at his customer's bill Saturday night, he saw a note written on the top saying, "We don't tip terrorist."

"I share this because I want people to understand that this racism, and this hatred still exists.".

Terry Turney, COO of Saltgrass Steak House, told USA TODAY in a statement that the customer responsible for the message has been banned.

Cavil, who has no Middle Eastern roots, told Texas’ KMID he was named after one of his father's best friends who was killed in an accident.

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Why Star Wars Icon Anthony Daniels Dropped An F-Bomb On Alan Tudyk

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Even the previous Star Wars celebrity droid has something to say about the performance, but it isn't necessarily that nice.

Alan Tudyk says that he and Daniels spoke a bit about Daniels' experience playing C-3PO vs. Tudyk's motion-capture experience.

He said, 'Wait a minute, are you wearing an actual robot costume or are they doing it in motion capture?' »

Trump says Russia is no longer targeting U.S.

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he does not believe Russia is still targeting the United States, contradicting U.S. intelligence assessments that Moscow was continuing its attempts to meddle in American elections. U.S. President Donald Trump participates in a cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, U.S., July 18, 2018.

Trump has been scrambling to undo the damage from his comments on Monday in which he gave credence to Putin’s denials over the conclusions of American intelligence services.

“We’re doing very well, probably as well as anybody has ever done with Russia. »

White House says Trump to discuss allowing Russia to question US citizens

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Sanders said during a White House press briefing that Trump is “gonna meet with his team” to talk about the potential for Russian officials to question U.S. citizens like Michael McFaul, who was ambassador to Russia from January 2012 to February 2014.

NEW: Sanders says there was "some conversation" between Trump, Putin about possibility of Russia questioning U.S. figures, including former Amb.

Browder is a prominent critic of Putin who lobbied on behalf of the Magnitsky Act, which imposed sanctions against Russia. »