History of Obama / Biden bromance

November 3, 2017

Former VP Joe Biden presenting the 2017 Liberty Medal to Sen. John McCain.Image: William Thomas Cain/Getty Images Joe Biden is moving forward after the death of his son Beau, but it doesn’t sound like he’s ready to put the White House behind him just yet. The former vice president caught up with Vanity Fair’s David Kamp to chat about his upcoming book,  Promise Me, Dad, in which he writes about…

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‘Stranger Things’ wants you to turn your Eggo box into creepy DIY costumes

November 3, 2017

Trump invites the media's kids into the Oval office, and can't do anything right.Image: DREW ANGERER/Getty Images Donald Trump sure knows how to throw a fun party — candy, costumes and insults included.  On Friday, the children of the White House Press Corps were invited to join their parents at work and celebrate Halloween at the White House. And, as expected, things got really awkward, really fast.  SEE ALSO: Someone…

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Trump: We cannot aid Puerto Rico ‘forever’

October 29, 2017

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump suggested Thursday that Puerto Rico is going to have to shoulder more responsibility for recovery efforts from Hurricane Maria, saying the federal government’s emergency responders can’t stay there “forever.” Meanwhile, Texas and Florida — two states Trump won during last year’s presidential election — also were struck by severe hurricanes recently, but the President has made no public indication that the federal government is pulling back…

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Eminem unleashes on Trump: The 11 fiercest lines

October 26, 2017

(CNN)In what is perhaps the fiercest and the most exhaustive attack against Donald Trump in hip-hop, Eminem “came to stomp” Tuesday night, calling the President everything from “Donald the b—-” to a “racist grandpa” in an explosive 4.5-minute freestyle rap. “And any fan of mine who’s a supporter of his, I’m drawing in the sand a line, you’re either for or against, and if you can’t decide who you like…

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Survival Mode Defines Puerto Rico One Month After Maria

October 25, 2017

A month after Hurricane Maria leaving for the mainland. At this stage in the recovery from the Category 4 storm, many find the current state of the U.S. commonwealth — home to some 3.4 million American citizens — unthinkable. “I just haven’t seen a situation where people don’t have access to basic services for so long,” said Martha Thompson, the Puerto Rico response coordinator for the Boston-based charity Oxfam Americas…

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How the Pentagon Spun Hurricane Maria

October 21, 2017

Late last month, Pentagon communications officials inadvertently included Bloomberg climate reporter Christopher Flavelle on an internal distribution list, in which Defense Department and Federal Emergency Management Agency officials discussed their evolving strategy for presenting the response to getting more negative.The Government Message: Pentagon officials tell staff to emphasize “coverage of life-saving/life-sustaining operations” and for spokespeople to avoid language about awaiting instructions from FEMA, “as that goes against the teamwork top-line…

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Trump attacks San Juan mayor over hurricane response

October 17, 2017

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump launched an attack on San Juan Mayor Carmen Yuln Cruz on Saturday for criticizing the White House’s hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico, accusing her of “poor leadership” and suggesting that the island’s residents are not doing enough to help themselves. The spectacle of Trump’s comments slamming Cruz and others on their own response efforts as Puerto Rico struggles to deal with disaster that left millions…

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Trump Refuses to Explain Remark About Calm Before the Storm

October 13, 2017

President Donald Trump and his spokeswoman on Friday repeatedly declined to clarify the cryptic remark he made while posing for photos with military leaders that the gathering might represent “the calm before the storm.” Trump was asked at an Oval Office event Friday what he meant by the statement, but he just winked and repeated his answer from the night before, saying, “You’ll find out.” Amid tensions with North Korea over…

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Mueller Tasks an Adviser With Getting Ahead of Pre-Emptive Pardons

October 13, 2017

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller has a distinctly modern problem. The president, judging by his tweets, could try to pardon people in his circle even before prosecutors charge anyone with a crime. Mueller’s all-star team of prosecutors, with expertise in money laundering and foreign bribery, has an answer to that. He’s Michael Dreeben, a bookish career government lawyer with more than 100 Supreme Court appearances under his belt. Source: National…

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The White House and Equifax Agree: Social Security Numbers Should Go

October 13, 2017

The Trump administration is exploring ways to replace the use of Social Security numbers as the main method of assuring people’s identities in the wake of consumer credit agency Joyce said officials are looking into “what would be a better system” that utilizes the latest technologies, including a “modern cryptographic identifier,” such as public and private keys. according to the Social Security Administration. Supplanting such an ingrained apparatus would not…

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White House social media guy reveals whos really writing some of Trumps tweets

October 12, 2017

Image: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images It’s every social media manager’s worst nightmare.  Dan Scavino Jr., who runs social media for President Donald Trump, accidentally tweeted out an attack on NBC News from both his account as well as Trump’s account on Wednesday.  Scavino quickly deleted the tweet. The tweet on Trump’s account is still up. I don’t think Trump did this tweet pic.twitter.com/HXZHPr6Nls — Joe Perticone (@JoePerticone) October 4, 2017 The…

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Elections board: Our error Kushner listed as female

October 8, 2017

Washington (CNN)The New York State Board of Elections acknowledged in a news report published Thursday that President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, registered to vote as a male despite being listed as a woman previously. Kushner’s publicly accessible 2009 New York voter information, obtained through LexisNexis, listed his gender as female.

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Trump retweets GIF of him hitting Clinton with golf ball

October 5, 2017

(CNN)President Donald Trump retweeted an edited video Sunday morning that showed him swinging a golf club and appearing to hit his former presidential campaign rival Hillary Clinton with a golf ball. The White House did not respond to a request for comment Sunday about the President’s tweet and whether Kelly was aware of it. A spokesperson for Hillary Clinton declined to comment on the tweet. The Twitter user Trump retweeted,…

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Ban Kneeling Pro Athletes, Trump Repeats After Curry Slam

October 3, 2017

President Donald Trump, a one-time football team owner, is ratcheting up his rhetoric against professional sports and some of their stars — and at least one league and some athletes are giving it back to him. Hours after profanely criticizing NFL players who protest police brutality by kneeling during the national anthem, Trump took to Twitter on Saturday to disinvite National Basketball Association star Stephen Curry from a White House appearance…

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Trump to Puerto Rico: Show us the money

October 2, 2017

Image: Getty Images With Puerto Rico in a worsening humanitarian crisis, President Donald Trump continues to hold the U.S. territory’s debt over its head. It is difficult to fathom just how irresponsible and entirely beside the point Puerto Rico’s debt is when it comes to its current situation. Puerto Ricans are Americans, just like the people in parts of Texas and Florida that the government is helping after two other…

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FEMA Is Almost Out of Money and Hurricane Irma Is Approaching

October 2, 2017

With Texas still reeling from Hurricane Harvey and another storm barreling toward Florida, the More: Irma Tops Storm Scale, Florida Preps for Catastrophic System "If it’s down to $1 billion or less, then I would say there’s a great concern," said Elizabeth Zimmerman, who until January was FEMA’s associate administrator for the office of response and recovery. "Congress needs to take action very quickly." President Donald Trump’s administration has asked…

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Anthony Weiner Sentenced to 21 Months in Prison

October 1, 2017

Anthony Weiner was sentenced to 21 months in prison for exchanging sexually explicit messages with a 15-year-old girl, capping the spectacular fall of the former congressman whose self-destructive behavior wrecked his career and marriage and played a role in the final days of the 2016 presidential campaign. “The crime I committed was my rock bottom,” a tearful Weiner told U.S. District Judge Denise Cote. He was ordered to surrender to…

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John McCain won’t back Graham-Cassidy bill, likely ending GOP health care push

September 28, 2017

(CNN)Sen. John McCain announced Friday in a statement that he cannot “in good conscience” vote for the GOP’s latest plan to overhaul Obamacare, likely ending Republicans’ latest effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. McCain’s “no” vote makes it very likely Republicans won’t be able to repeal and replace Obamacare before September 30, as Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said he would not back the effort and Sen….

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Bitcoin Tumbles as PBOC Declares Initial Coin Offerings Illegal

September 28, 2017

Bitcoin tumbled the most since July after China’s central bank said initial coin offerings are illegal and asked all related fundraising activity to be halted immediately, issuing the strongest regulatory challenge so far to the burgeoning market for digital token sales. The Read more: The Chinese ICO crackdown — a Gadfly column ICOs are digital token sales that have seen unchecked growth over the past year, raising threat to their reign….

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Trump stared into the sun with no glasses and are you really surprised?

Yo, shit's bright up there.Image: AP/REX/Shutterstock File this under: things you definitely should NOT do. Just about the first thing Donald Trump did when he walked out of the White House on Monday afternoon was look straight at the burning orb in the sky, no glasses, and point at it like, “y’all know that’s the sun up there? Shit.” SEE ALSO: Donald Trumps teleprompter is back from vacation to denounce…

September 19, 2017
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I’m waiting for the movie… :)

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September 17, 2017
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Americans Were Asked To Find North Korea On A Map, And The Results Are Pretty Worrying

Given the amount that North Korea versus the United States of America is dominating the news right now, you’d think that most Americans would know where their “new enemy” is on the map. Donald Trump and his rival, Kim Jong-un, were all over the news on Tuesday night, after Trump issued a warning to the North Korean leader saying that they would feel “fire and fury” if they didn’t back…

September 15, 2017
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A Donald Trump tweet knocked $6 billion off Amazon’s value

Image: alex wong/Getty Images Donald Trump knocked $6 billion off of Amazon before most of the country was awake. In a tweet sent at 6:12 a.m. EST, Trump claimed Amazon was “doing great damage to tax paying retailers,” resulting in the loss of jobs. The @washingtonpost, which loses a fortune, is owned by @JeffBezos for purposes of keeping taxes down at his no profit company, @amazon. Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)…

September 4, 2017
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Yes, Donald Trump really did look into the sky during the solar eclipse

(CNN)There’s literally only one rule with eclipses: Don’t look at the sun during them. That’s Donald John Trump on the White House South Portico, seemingly looking directly into the sun. At the peak of the solar eclipse. Without any sort of protective eyewear on. This, from the White House pool report of the moment filed by the Guardian’s Ben Jacobs is, um, amazing: “At approximately 2:39, the President initially gesticulated…

September 3, 2017
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Trump pardons former Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump pardoned Joe Arpaio on Friday, sparing the controversial former Arizona sheriff a jail sentence after he was convicted of criminal contempt related to his hard-line tactics going after undocumented immigrants. During last year’s presidential campaign, Arpaio was a vocal proponent of Trump’s candidacy, and used his national notoriety to advocate for Trump’s similarly aggressive stance on border security and deportations. However, civil rights groups and others…

September 3, 2017
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