Do you think Paula Deen can come back or do you think she has done irreparable harm to her reputation?
"I think she can come back. One of the things that she needs to do... is get to the emotional side of this issue," he says. "Meaning, as a white person, to try and think as closely as you can from the African-American experience in dealing with the 'N' word, but even further than that, the slave experience, the racism that we've had in this country for hundreds of years."
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Paula Deen has been dropped by a major sponsor, Smithfield Foods, after it was revealed that she admitted using a racial slur in a lawsuit deposition against her and her brother filed by a former employee.
She filed apologies online on Friday. Shortly after, the Food Network said they were not renewing her contract and putting and end to her three shows.
This morning, Pamela Brown took a look at how Deen could also be in danger of losing her QVC deal and how, despite it all, some fans have come to her defense.
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The White House is frustrated and questions are swirling as to why Hong Kong let Edward Snowden travel freely to Russia, according to reports, despite the request to extradite him back to the United States. CNN International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour and CNN Sr. Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin share analysis.
Republican congressman Peter King is among many politicians who are outraged that Hong Kong rejected the request to extradite Edward Snowden.
"This was strictly a political I can't believe Hong Kong would have made it without China encouraging it," King says. He feels that countries can't violate the relationship without consequences. He also criticizes how President Obama is handling the situation.
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