EXCLUSIVE: Erica Cuse, owner of San Francisco’s Hair Salon, thanked supporters for “outpouring” her “sympathy and generosity”, raising several hundred thousand dollars amid her feud with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi after a congested effort.
During an exclusive interview with Fox News on Monday, Kutty said that amid the controversy, a GoFundMe page created for his target was $ 300,000.
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“I can personally thank everyone who sent me their prayers, words of encouragement and support, especially at a time when many people are struggling to fulfill their own lives,” Cute Thanked her daughters, saying, “Love Dad,” and her family and friends for their support.
“I am very humble and thankful that I have received such respect for kindness, sympathy and generosity from people I don’t even know, and from all sides of all kinds of life and political spectrums,” she said. “It’s a powerful one.” Reminds that the common things that bind us all as Americans are far more meaningful and lasting than the political and ideological differences that bring so much attention and focus. ”
“Today, on Labor Day, we all should focus on celebrating the efforts and achievements of hard-working people everywhere,” she continued. “They deserve our respect and admiration, and they certainly deserve an opportunity for everyone to work safely and responsibly.”
He said: “This was all there ever was.”
The GoFundMe page set up for Kious stated, “At the conclusion of this fundraiser, all donations will go directly to Erica, to pay off any debt from the business she is forced to close, relocating to a new location Expenses to do and re-spend. ”
Following Keist’s remarks amid a controversy that began last Tuesday when Fox News first reported that Pelosi, D-California, visited Cass’s closed saloon Monday afternoon for a wash and blow-out, despite local The ordinances kept the saloon closed amid the coronovirus epidemic.
In security footage obtained by Fox News, sealed at 3:08 pm Pacific Time on Monday, the California powerhouse is seen walking through ESalonSF in San Francisco with wet hair, and without a mask on its mouth or nose .
Her hair stylist can be seen wearing a black face mask.
The salons in San Francisco had been closed since March and were notified that they could reopen only on September 1 for outdoor hairstyling services.
Salon Overo negotiated with the representatives of Trump’s Pelosi to attend the House of Representatives.
The story prompted a response from President Trump, who gave Pelosi the slogan to wear a mask and follow local coronovirus regulations, while “constantly lecturing everyone.”
Pelosi put an end to the controversy, claiming that she was “set” at the hair salon, which she said she had been “many years over the years”.
“I take the responsibility of trusting the word of the neighborhood salon, which I have done so many times,” Pelosi told reporters Wednesday. “When he said that they could accommodate people one at a time, and we could establish that time, I trusted him.”
“The salon apologized for setting me up,” she said.
Pelosi on Wednesday dismissed the fact that she did not wear a mask in the salon.
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“I just washed my hair. I do not wear my mask when I am washing my hair. “Do you wear one when you wash your hair?”
Cooley fights back, calling Pelosi’s charge “absolutely wrong”.
“There was no way that I could set up,” Kious said. “I’ve had a camera system for five years. I mean, I didn’t go there and turn the camera on as soon as he went in and he set it up. So that was absolutely a lie.”