During a meeting yesterday at the White House about immigration, it’s been reported that President Trump described Haiti, El Salvador and parts of Africa as “s**thole countries” and instead, proposed that the U.S. bring more immigrants from places like Norway. The White House didn’t deny his comments but flipped it by saying Trump supports immigration policies that welcome “those who can contribute to our society.”
Five women have now come forward to accuse James Franco of sexual misconduct. Franco has denied all accusations. Hours after the allegations were published, Franco skipped the Critics Choice Awards ceremony last night where we won Best Actor in a Comedy for The Disaster Artist.
Our Scotiabank Centre announced it will be closing in order to replace its ice slab for the first time in 40 years. We won’t be missing any events as the last one scheduled is the Tattoo. The arena will be closed July until mid-October.
Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook is going to making some big changes to your feed in the next few weeks. You’ll notice more from your friends and less from media and businesses. The goal is to allow its users to have more meaningful social interactions so you’ll see more conversations between two friends than a business post regardless of how many thousands react to it.
Frankie MacDonald is going to be published! He’s partnering with an author to write a biography aimed at students in Grade 3 about his love of weather, his own elementary school years, bullying and advice on dealing with haters. “Be Prepared: The Frankie MacDonald Guide to Life, the Weather and Everything” will be out June.
And that’s your Fast Five!