Does the Cyclist Who Flipped Off Trump's Motorcade, and Got Fired, Have a Case?
A Virginia-based government contractor fired a marketing executive after a photo of her flipping off a Donald Trump motorcade went viral on social media, raising questions about corporate social media policies and the rights of employees to express views off-duty that instantly can be seen by millions.
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