POLITICS 11/15/2018 07:34 am ET "Take it from an outsider: we feel sorry for Americans." By Lee Moran Donald Trump on Thursday sought to stifle media reports that his administration is engulfed “in chaos” and “in meltdown” by claiming that the U.S. under his presidency was “the envy of the world.” The White House is running very smoothly and the results for our Nation are obviously very good. We are the envy of the world. But anytime I even think about making changes, the FAKE NEWS MEDIA goes crazy, always seeking to make us look as bad as possible! Very dishonest!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 15, 2018 But his early morning Twitter boast attacking “the FAKE NEWS MEDIA” did not go over well, with many folks suggesting America under Trump is actually a global “laughingstock.” You spelled “laughing stock” wrong.— Emma Kennedy (@EmmaKennedy) November 15, 2018 … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Becomes Twitter Laughingstock Over ‘Envy Of The World’ Boast
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POLITICS 10/25/2018 07:46 am ET He may want to CHANGE the spelling of this tweet. By Lee Moran Add this to President Donald Trump’s collection of Twitter typos. Trump was ridiculed on social media early Thursday after writing “CHANDED” instead of “CHANGED” during a rant on border security: Brandon Judd of the National Border Patrol Council is right when he says on @foxandfriends that the Democrat inspired laws make it tough for us to stop people at the Border. MUST BE CHANDED, but I am bringing out the military for this National Emergency. They will be stopped!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 25, 2018 For fellow tweeters, it was “covfefe”-gate all over again: I definitely think you should be CHANDED today— Greg Shugar (@GregShugar) October 25, 2018 If we don't Chand, we will not covefe — Lori Michael (@LoriMichaelFl) October 25, 2018 Yes, Donald. It must be CHANDED.— MatthewDicks … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Becomes Butt Of Twitter Jokes With ‘Chanded’ Typo
Meyers co-hosted part of Weekend Update alongside current hosts and "SNL" head writers Colin Jost and Michael Che Phil Owen, provided by Published 5:16 am PDT, Sunday, October 14, 2018 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Seth Meyers Returns to “SNL” Weekend Update, Colin Jost Blames Him for Trump Becoming President (Video) 1 / 1 Back to Gallery “Late Night With Seth Meyers” was off this week with Meyers hosting “SNL,” so you just knew he’d have to return to the Weekend Update desk where he made a name for himself for so long to get in a few rants about the week’s political happenings. And so near the end of this week’s Weekend Update, Meyers took the stage and sat between current hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che to sling some jokes about Donald Trump’s meeting with Kanye West in the Oval Office. “So Trump met Kanye in the Oval Office? Really? … [Read more...] about Seth Meyers Returns to “SNL” Weekend Update, Colin Jost Blames Him for Trump Becoming President (Video)
Hamburg, Germany, July 2017Mikhail Klimentyev/ZUMA Looking for news you can trust?Subscribe to our free newsletters. With his efforts to help Donald Trump become president by meddling in the 2016 election, Vladimir Putin has already done more to advance Russia’s foreign policy goals and worldview than anything he could have imagined in his wildest dreams as a longtime KGB agent. He has succeeded in sowing discord in the West without firing a shot, at low cost and with relatively few consequences (save for some limited sanctions against Russian oligarchs) as the Kremlin continues nefarious cyber and propaganda activities around the globe. “One of Putin’s chief aims,” says Charles Kupchan, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, “is to weaken and divide the West. Trump is playing right into the Kremlin’s hands, doing Putin’s job for him.” Or, as human rights activist and former world chess champion Garry Kasparov says, … [Read more...] about No One Loves Donald Trump More Than Vladimir Putin
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Canada Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByCatherine Porter June 2, 2018 TORONTO — He is a wealthy businessman whose favorite political targets are “elites” he describes as drinking champagne “with their pinkies up in the air.” He hates government, but is running to lead one with a $121.7-billion budget, confident he will root out waste with his well-honed business acumen. And he has a history of publicly attacking the media and public figures he considers disloyal. It’s not hard to see why Doug Ford, the golden-haired former football player fighting to be the next premier of Ontario, has been compared to President Trump. “You’ve seen jobs lost — 300,000 manufacturing jobs — in 15 years,” Mr. Ford said at a packed rally in a windowless hall in a Toronto suburb last week. “Oh, … [Read more...] about Will a Canadian Donald Trump Become Ontario’s Leader?