And this is how Rupert Murdoch’s “newspaper” the New York Post really gives it to President Obama. What better way than to attack the President by depicting him as the Statues of Liberty. Nothing is more worse than being a literal symbol of American freedom, tradition and exceptionalism. And the “Bamnesty” pun is priceless! I’m literally in stitches! Way to go New York Post! Stay classy and stay clever!
‘We don’t want him!’ Eric Trump sparks confusion by declaring himself part of the LGBT community
Eric Trump awkwardly described himself as a member of the LGBT community on Fox News, setting off some puzzled reactions.
Media Matters researcher Bobby Lewis, who monitors "Fox & Friends" daily, flagged the exchange, which was prompted by a New York Times column about a lesbian woman who supports President Donald Trump.
"The LGBT community, they are incredible," Eric Trump said, "and you should see how they come out in full force for my father every single day. I'm part of that community, and we love the man."
Trump just lost another effort to try and block Manhattan DA from from getting his financial documents
President Donald Trump has lost another case against Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance, who is seeking the president's financial documents as part of a grand jury case looking into possible bank and tax fraud.
Trump had fought the subpoenas in court but the judge threw out his complaint Thursday morning, meaning that the case can move forward and that Trump must turn over the financial documents requested.
Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Trump is not immune from criminal prosecution and that he must comply with subpoenas. Vance had sought records from the accounting firm that Trump uses as well as Deutsche Bank, which has loaned Trump millions over the years.
Trump aides scrambling to hide his ‘dumpster fire’ poll numbers to keep him from ‘flying into a rage’: report
According to a report from the Daily Beast, aides to Donald Trump are doing their best to keep him in the dark about his terrible poll numbers prior to November's election out of fear of his wrath.
With the president's poll numbers plummeting in a match-up with presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, White House staffers and campaign officials are trying to keep the president calm while at the same time working to turn around a re-election campaign that is floundering.