Dating for minors
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”“In other countries, there’s arrangement through parents for what we would refer to as consensual marriage,” Garmon responded, prompting Ruhle to hit back: “Ali’s from Canada.”“Ali’s also spent time in other countries,” Garmon responded, pressing his strange point.
When they replied that they were 14, Trump reportedly said, “Wow!
But if these teens are having sex, and you live in a state where prosecutors aggressively enforce the law, it’s possible that your son could be charged with statutory rape.
Take, for example, the widely publicized case of Marcus Dwayne Dixon, an 18-year-old high school honor student and star football player who had sex with a 15-year-old female classmate.
A lawyer for GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore appeared to suggest that MSNBC host Ali Velshi could understand dating underage girls whose parents he would need to ask for a date because of his “background.”Velshi, who was born in Kenya, raised in Canada and is of Indian descent, got dragged into a conversation Wednesday about Moore—who is accused of sexual assault on minors—during an uncomfortable interview with attorney Trenton Garmon.“Culturally speaking, there’s differences. Senate Republican candidate Judge Roy Moore speaks during a mid-Alabama Republican Club’s Veterans Day event in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, on November 11.
I looked up Ali’s background, and wow, that’s awesome that you have got such a diverse background, it’s really cool to read through that,” Garmon told Velshi, responding to a question from the host about why Moore would need to ask a girl’s parents permission to date her. A lawyer for Moore appeared to suggest that MSNBC host Ali Velshi could understand dating underage girls whose parents he would need to ask for a date because of his “background.” Garmon’s odd insinuation was immediately picked up by Velshi’s co-host Stephanie Ruhle, who interjected: “What does Ali Velshi’s background have to do with dating children, 14-year-old girls?