Betsy DeVos, U.S. secretary of education, waits to speak while being introduced on her first day at the Department of Education in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017. DeVos squeaked through a history-making Senate confirmation vote yesterday to become U.S. education secretary, as Vice President Mike Pence broke a 50-50 tie and Republicans staved off last-minute defections that would have killed her nomination. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg (Andrew Harrer)
A Central Texas personal injury lawyer has resigned from his law firm after tweeting “I’m not wishing for it … but I’d be ok if #BetsyDevos was sexually assaulted. #SexualAssault #TitleIX.”
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