WASHINGTON— In his daily press briefing on Sunday, Press Secretary Sean Spicer shocked many in attendance by comparing the Syrian regime to 1st century Romans.
In the almost three months since Trump was elected President, I’ve marched in the streets, I’ve called my representatives, and I’ve completely abstained from sex. Now is the time for action, even if that means not getting any action.
After a video was released last week of the Republican nominee bragging about groping women without their permission, journalists and public figures repeatedly attacked Donald Trump. Verbally.
“That one,” said Johnson on Friday, pointing to Africa, when CNN’s Gloria Borger asked the Libertarian nominee for President to identify the continent on a map.
On Tuesday supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders sent emails to the Democratic National Committee (DNC) requesting that the deadline for the “Super Tuesday” primaries be moved back at least 24 hours, explaining that they just need a little more time.
“We’re deeply saddened by this tragic and confusing loss,” said Sgt. Don Proctor, chief officer of the Malibu police department, in a press conference Monday morning.
For the third time since 2013, unknown hackers stole and leaked explicit and pornographic images from celebrities’ mobile phones and other devices. In contrast to previous leaks, however, the latest features all male celebrities.
WASHINGTON— In his weekly address Saturday, President Obama apologized to the nation for uttering the word “fuck” while sitting behind his desk in the oval office.
“I swear on my baby girl’s life, I’m not exaggerating when I say that reading The Onion feels like rubbing an actual onion in your eyes,” said a satire, humor and vegetable expert—preferring to remain anonymous—about the experience of reading the popular-ish, fake-news website.
House Republicans passed a measure on Thursday to reduce the amount of fun provided to Planned Parenthood every year.