On Saturday, President Donald Trump spoke to the graduating class at Liberty University, where he railed against his critics and the media and told the assembled audience, “In America, we don’t worship government. We worship God.”
“But for those colleges he won’t be able to get to, we’ve put something together,” said Kimmel on Friday night, according to The Hill. “This is an all-purpose commencement speech of bigly importance from the president of the United States.”
He then played a compilation of some of Trump’s statements including good advice like, “If someone screws you, screw them back in spades,” “The American dream is dead,” and — from a Liberty University speech — “Always have a prenuptial agreement, but you don’t need that because you people never get divorced!”
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Musk this week revealed his Neuralink startup is making progress on its brain-computer interface effort, and said the company hopes to begin testing on people next year.
Musk, founder of the automaker Tesla and the private space firm SpaceX, has long contended that a neural lace meshing minds with machines is vital if humans are to avoid being outpaced by artificial intelligence.
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The Somali-born Muslim lawmaker came to the United States as a child and eventually won a seat in Congress.
On Thursday the first-term Democratic lawmaker became the focus of a raging debate on race and American values after Trump's supporters began chanting "Send her back!" at a campaign rally with the president.
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Anchor Brian Williams read a quote from Susan Glasser of The New Yorker.
"Half of the country is appalled but not really sure how to combat him; the other half is cheering, or at least averting its gaze. This is what a political civil war looks like, with words, for now, as weapons," Glasser wrote.