The All-Star was warned about letting her contestant partner shine, while he was urged to step up his game. Following the episode, Johnson was called out repeatedly on social media for picking Nyemchek over Konkrete.Because she and Nyemchek knew each other prior to the start of season 14, she was accused of favoritism.
Mc Clatchy also notes that Congress has had an eye on Torshin as well: The House and Senate Intelligence Committees and Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee also have taken an interest in Torshin as part of their parallel inquiries into Russia’s interference in the 2016 elections.The amount report on Thursday that the FBI was investigating whether “Russian money went to [the] NRA to help Trump.” Unlike many articles flagged by users, this news comes from an established news outlet.The report cites two sources informed on the matter who “spoke on condition of anonymity because Mueller’s investigation is confidential and mostly involves classified information,” According to these sources the FBI is investigating if the deputy governor of Russia’s central bank, Alexander Torshin, illegally gave money to the National Rifle Association to assist the organization in electing Donald Trump.Lyons also increasingly became the face of the brand—her “Jenna’s Picks” got a prominent place in the catalog and on the J.Crew site—and a boldfaced name outside of fashion and retail circles, with profiles in magazines, mentions in gossip columns, and a role on Season 3 of TV’s All the past success and name recognition in the world means little in retail, though, where you’re only as good as the most recent fiscal year’s sales. Crew, or, in a brutal retail environment, many companies of its size and profile, who find themselves competing with fast fashion and not just the rest of the stores in the mall but any store in existence that has a website. Crew decided on having Lyons follow a path of Tilly sweaters and tweed pencil skirts out the door.