She was unable to read the description of the shelters, first asking a producer to display a graphic, and then deciding to abruptly end her segment.
As she began to read the story live on-air, a story she had not previously read, she was unable to complete it, instead, breaking down and pausing because she was unable to speak. She tried to keep going. "What I was trying to do - when I suddenly couldn't say/do anything -was read this lede", she wrote, spending the next several tweets reproducing the top of the AP's story.
Her viewers responded, many saying they respect her even more after tonight's reporting.
Lawyers and medical providers who have visited the Rio Grande Valley shelters described play rooms of crying preschool-age children in crisis. Instead of continuing, she just made a decision to close out the show and let host Lawrence O'Donnell begin "The Last Word". The "tender age" facilities reportedly house children with special needs and those younger than 13. Customs and Border Protection has at times defined it as 5 and under.
"I apologize for losing it there for a moment", she added.
Telstra to axe 8000 jobs over four years
Increasing competition in mobile and fixed broadband and rising costs from the NBN were held to blame. Telstra says it is targeting a further $1 billion in cost cutting by the 2022 financial year.
In the midst of her program on Tuesday, the AP reported that Trump administration officials have been sending young children to at least three age-specific shelters as part of the Justice Department's new "zero tolerance" immigration policy that's resulted in thousands of kids being separated from their parents.
Rachel Maddow broke down live on the air on June 19 while attempting to deliver the heartbreaking news that migrant babies are being separated from their parents and taken away to "tender age" shelters. "Not the way I intended that to go, not by a mile". The Department of Homeland Security has said 2,342 children have been separated from their parents since last month. Indeed some recent detainees are infants, taken from their mothers.
Many on Twitter contrasted Maddow's reaction to that of Lewandowski's.
As CNN's Brian Stelter said, "these two moments convey the country's divide".
Sprint said account holders must "generally be notified" if the data is to be used so they can decide whether they consent. Robert Xiao said that the company had "no security oversight" before the site served location data.
For Huawei, on the cusp of the 5G revolution, this could be extremely damaging, especially in the crucial Asia Pacific region. This is despite the fact that most of the world's iPhones and Android devices are manufactured in Shenzhen.
Thomas Edison launched GE in the 19th century. "Symbolically, this indignity marks GE's fall from grace", said analysts at RBC. Struggling with weak profits and facing calls to be broken up, GE shares have already dropped 15 percent this year.
He also cited rising instances of terrorism and radicalisation as one of the reasons to pull the plug on the state government. The state will be put under governor's rule unless another coalition forms the government or fresh elections are called.
Like Duffy, CYBG Chairman Jim Pettigrew and finance chief Smith will retain their roles in the combined group. The Virgin Money Foundation will continue to contribute to essential programmes in the North East and beyond.
On Instagram on Monday, Neymar posted a picture of his foot while receiving treatment alongside the message "work hard". He limped as he walked away from the field toward the dressing room, accompanied by a team doctor.
Jack Wilshere confirms that he is leaving Arsenal when his contract expires next month following talks with Unai Emery . The new Arsenal man's record was broken by Timon Wellenreuther in 2015, when he played in goal against Real Madrid.
Trump approves tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods
The administration, in addition, could impose additional tariffs if China engages in retaliatory measures, the White House said. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang made similar remarks Friday night, saying China does not want a trade war.
New Zealand beats 14-man France 26-13 in 2nd test
With an extra man advantage, the home side became more daring on attack as they ran the ball from all areas of the field. Fall "came in to try and catch the ball and Beauds came over the top and jumped higher than him and contributed to it".
Top tier NBN orders on the rise
NBN Co's chief customer officer, residential, Brad Whitcomb, said the company's work with industry is showing early signs of paying off.
Hurt in NJ Festival Shooting
The 26-year-old Trenton resident was among almost two dozen people wounded in the shooting, and he remained hospitalized Tuesday. Onofri has announced a second suspect has been charged in the Art All Night shooting in Trenton that left 22 people injured.
Starbucks to Close More Stores Amid Glut of Coffee Shops
Starbucks announced plans to close over 100 underperforming stores in locations where it already has a strong presence. China is the company's biggest growth driver with same-store sales rising 4 percent in the last reported quarter.