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In a recent interview, Donald Trump said he is so confident in his upcoming presidency, that he’s already thought up a slogan to replace “Make America Great Again” when he’s up for re-election in four years. However, Trump’s new idea isn’t exactly original, and more than that, the source material he might have lifted it from actually seems pretty ominous. The mogul spoke with Washington Post, where he talked about how he came up with the message he used to highlight his presidential campaign. During this meeting, Trump talked about how he loved his slogan so much that he called for his lawyer and told him to make plans to reinvent it:
“Will you trademark and register, if you would, if you like it — I think I like it, right? Do this: ‘Keep America Great,’ with an exclamation point.”The thing is, “Keep America Great” was used Continue reading "Trump Already Has a 2020 Re-Election Slogan…And It’s Straight Out of The Purge"
WASHINGTON ― Americans wondering what their next president is thinking can listen to his spokesman, who on Wednesday explained how much Donald Trump is “awed” by the country he is about to lead.
Or they can read his official statements, one of which Tuesday morning had Trump effusively praising two relatively minor White House staff hires.
Or they can go to his Twitter feed, on which he has over the last few days picked a fight with civil rights icon John Lewis, called an NBC News piece “fake news,” complained that poll results showing his historic unpopularity are “rigged” and promoted a CNN special featuring his daughter Ivanka.
For those interested in what’s truly important to the president-elect, there doesn’t seem to be any real debate.
“It’s probably the best Continue reading "Twitter Gives Us A Priceless Window Into Donald Trump’s Brain"
He angered a lot of people:
Oh lame. He deleted it for some reason. Here’s the best tweet ever. pic.twitter.com/EmBAlPXLZV— Ryan Broderick (@broderick) January 18, 2017
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Obviously, Twitter lost its collective mind:
Breaking News: “The Office” returning to NBC.— Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) January 18, 2017
@SteveCarell @NiaLovelis LOOK DREAMS DO COME TRUE — bee (@Midnightmime_) Continue reading "Steve Carell Cruelly Tricked Us All Into Believing The Office Was Coming Back (It’s Not)"
Patrick Stewart is Poop.— Adam Blackhat (@AdamBlackhat) January 18, 2017
“There is a core decency to this country” – Obama “Sir Patrick Stewart will voice the Poop Emoji” – Sony, at the same time. — Kelsey D. Atherton (@AthertonKD) January 18, 2017
President Barack Obama highlighted the essential role of the press in a democracy on Wednesday amid concerns that the incoming Donald Trump administration will significantly scale back journalists’ access.
“I spent a lot of time in my farewell address talking about the state of our democracy. It goes without saying that essential to that is a free press,” Obama said during his final news conference.
“That is part of how this place, this country, this grand experiment in self-government has to work,” he continued. “It doesn’t work if we don’t have a well-informed citizenry. And you are the conduit through which they receive the information about what’s taking place in the halls of power. So America needs you and our democracy needs you.”
Trump’s presidential campaign enforced unusually harsh Continue reading "President Barack Obama Says The Press Is Needed For Democracy To Work"