A Florida man got into argument with his brother over a cheeseburger then shot him dead. St. Cloud Police say the shooting happened late Thursday night at a home on 6th Street. Fox 35 reports: The victim’s mother told police that her two adult sons, 28-year-old Nicholas Middendorf and 25-year-old Benjamin Middendorf, were arguing. Police say…
Trump claims ‘men are insulted’ because Biden might pick a Black woman vice president
President Donald Trump on Tuesday suggested that "men are insulted" because presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is expected to pick a Black woman as a running mate.
"He roped himself into a certain group of people," Trump told Fox Sports Radio, referring to Biden's vice presidential pick. "Some people would say that men are insulted by that. And some people would say it's fine."
He went on to insist that "people don’t vote for the Vice President.”
“In the end it doesn’t really matter," Trump said.
Trump in a radio interview on Biden's process for choosing VP suggests that he insulted men by limiting himself to a woman. He adds, "People don't vote for the vice president."
Kellyanne Conway explains White House shooting: People are ‘starting to lose it’ over Trump’s re-election
White House adviser Kellyanne Conway on Tuesday suggested that a shooting at the White House occurred because people are "starting to lose it" over the possibility of Donald Trump being president for four more years.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends, Conway commented on a Monday shooting that caused Trump to abruptly end his press conference.
"You saw the president resumed his duties," Conway said. "That's very Donald Trump also. The show must go on, the briefing went on."
‘Wake up and read some history’: Joe Scarborough blasts ‘stupid’ Trump in epic rant
On MSNBC Tuesday, Joe Scarborough ripped into President Donald Trump's ignorance, and outlined how it is threatening the entire country, telling him to "wake up and read some history."
"I remember talking to them. I remember other people going and talking to them, and Jared's opinion and Donald Trump's opinion was we don't need to know history because look what happened in the past," said Scarborough. "In fact, they were saying they didn't even need to know about Middle East history. You know, tried to talk to Jared about 1967 boundaries, about the '73 war, about Camp David, just about all of it. And the attitude remained, I don't need to know about history, stop talking about what's been done in the past because everybody failed."