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Tori Meadows , known as Kotori Mizuki ( 観月 ( みづき ) 小鳥 ( ことり ) , Mizuki Kotori ) in the manga and Japanese version, is one of the main supporting characters in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL . She is Yuma Tsukumo 's best friend since childhood and always travels with him wherever he goes throughout all his Duels despite the dangers. Due to her unyielding personality, she tends to tease Yuma for his mistakes; despite this, she still cares for him and never leaves his side. Tori isn't a Duelist for much of the series, but she is still a central character.

Tori is a young girl with green hair and orange eyes. She also seems to look a lot like her mother. She wears a schoolgirl outfit with a pink collar and skirt. When out of school, she mainly wears a white t-shirt with a yellow stripe decal, pink skirt, long black knee length socks and white shoes. Her secondary outfit is a pink and fuschia dress with her knee length socks and fuschia shoes. In her shopping attire, she wears a blue jacket over a white skirt and sandals. In the dub, she has a longer skirt than in the original. However, the "Characters" page for ZEXAL on the 4kids website shows Tori's skirt in its original size.

She has also been noted to wear several different outfits when she goes out with Yuma. During the Heartland Academy fun fair, Tori wore a " Gagaga Girl " cosplay (in the dub, her cosplay was altered to have the International "Gagaga Girl" appearance).

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Tori Meadows , known as Kotori Mizuki ( 観月 ( みづき ) 小鳥 ( ことり ) , Mizuki Kotori ) in the manga and Japanese version, is one of the main supporting characters in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL . She is Yuma Tsukumo 's best friend since childhood and always travels with him wherever he goes throughout all his Duels despite the dangers. Due to her unyielding personality, she tends to tease Yuma for his mistakes; despite this, she still cares for him and never leaves his side. Tori isn't a Duelist for much of the series, but she is still a central character.

Tori is a young girl with green hair and orange eyes. She also seems to look a lot like her mother. She wears a schoolgirl outfit with a pink collar and skirt. When out of school, she mainly wears a white t-shirt with a yellow stripe decal, pink skirt, long black knee length socks and white shoes. Her secondary outfit is a pink and fuschia dress with her knee length socks and fuschia shoes. In her shopping attire, she wears a blue jacket over a white skirt and sandals. In the dub, she has a longer skirt than in the original. However, the "Characters" page for ZEXAL on the 4kids website shows Tori's skirt in its original size.

She has also been noted to wear several different outfits when she goes out with Yuma. During the Heartland Academy fun fair, Tori wore a " Gagaga Girl " cosplay (in the dub, her cosplay was altered to have the International "Gagaga Girl" appearance).

During the presidential debates, Donald Trump insisted the only important thing about a federal fair housing lawsuit accusing the Trump Management company of refusing to rent to blacks was that the suit ended in a settlement that admitted to “no wrongdoing.” With less than two weeks to go before the election, plenty of people are coming forward to remind us that no matter how much he says that, Young Donald Trump nonetheless ran the company very much in the way his daddy, Fred Trump, taught him. And Trump was sued not just once, in 1973, but then a second time, in 1982, for failing to actually follow the consent decree that settled the 1973 suit.

Tuesday’s Rachel Maddow Show offered some details on those practices, including an interview with Stanley Leibowitz, a rental agent for Trump in the 1960s, who recalled a particular instance of blatant discrimination in 1963. One black applicant had been especially persistent in calling back to check on the status of her application, and so Leibowitz asked Fred Trump what to do with it:

“Mr. Trump and his son Donald came into the office. I asked what I should do with this application because she’s calling constantly and his response to me was, ‘You know I don’t rent to the N-word. Put it in a drawer and forget about it,'” Leibowitz, 89, told NBC News.