Pamela Taylor, director of the nonprofit Clay County Development Corp., was fired in the wake of Donald Trump's election win after she wrote on Facebook:
"It will be refreshing to have a classy, beautiful, dignified First Lady in the White House. I'm tired of seeing a [sic] Ape in heels."
Thankfully, the public did not stand for such blatant, vulgar racism from public sector — let alone Melania Trump being referred to as "classy" or "dignified" — and a petition calling for Taylor's dismissal garnered almost 200,000 signatures.
The controversy also caused Clay Mayor Beverly Whaling, who commented that the post "just made my day," to resign. Taylor was also effectively removed from her post — but apparently, not for too long!
According to a letter from the agency's acting director, Taylor is scheduled to return to work at the Clay County Development Corp. on December 23.
News is just coming in that Kim Zolciak-Biermann's son Kash, 4, was bitten by a dog at some point on Saturday night, with "traumatic injuries" so extensive, it required multiple hours of surgery afterwards.