Late Show Host Stephen Colbert celebrated President’s Day by lampooning the latest president — Donald Trump — and warning those who called it “Not My President Day” that they need to deal with reality so, “no marching off into your fantasy world. Don’t leave me alone with this guy.”
The CBS host then took note of Trump calling the American media,”The enemy of the American people.”
“Let’s see what your president’s been doing. Friday, he went after the media with a bold accusation,” Colbert began as he adopted Trump’s voice,”‘The fake news media — failing New York Times, NBC News, ABC, CBS, CNN is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American people!'”
“You know who I feel bad for? “Colbert quipped. “ISIS. Yeah, they try so hard. Sorry, ISIS. If you want to get on the list, publish photos of Trump’s inauguration crowd — then he’ll be really angry at you.”
Watch the video below via CBS:
Luxembourg becomes first country with free public transport
Luxembourg on Saturday became the first country in the world to offer free public transport, as the small and wealthy EU country tries to help less-well-off workers and reduce road traffic.
Some cities elsewhere have already taken similar, partial measures. But the transport ministry said it was the first time such a decision covered an entire country.
The free transport, flagged as "an important social measure", affects approximately 40 percent of households and is estimated to save each one around 100 euros ($110) per year.
Trump directing his coronavirus task force to launch attacks on Democrats to avoid blame: report
According to a report from the Daily Beast, Donald Trump is directing members of his coronavirus task force to make sure they hammer at the Democrats when discussing progress the administration is making to combat the spread on the growing pandemic.
On Friday night, at a rally in South Carolina, Trump set the tone by pointedly blaming the Democrats and telling rallygoers, "The Democrats are politicizing the coronavirus. They're politicizing it. They don't have any clue," while also tying the growing health crisis to building his wall, by stating, "Border security is also health security.”
Jared Kushner vows there will be ‘no drama’ in Trump’s second term: ‘It’s high-competence’
Jared Kushner vowed on Friday that a second term from his father-in-law, President Donald Trump, would be both efficient and drama-free.
The senior White House adviser claimed that Trump's re-election campaign was running smoothly, much as the president's second term supposedly would, while speaking with organizer Matt Schlapp at the Conservative Political Actions Conference (CPAC).
"The way that you see the campaign being run, there's no leaks. There's no drama. I would say it's high-competence, low-drama," Kushner said. "Everything is very efficiently run, and I think that's exemplary of how President Trump would run his second term in office."