In a video whose style employs scare tactics and lighting similar to those put out by National Rifle Association’s TV arm, Parkland survivor David Hogg calls out the president and the GOP for acquiescing to the gun lobby.
“What if our politicians weren’t the b*tch of the NRA?” Hogg asked before rolling a video of President Donald Trump telling fellow Republicans they’re “all afraid of the NRA.”
“What if we all voted and said this is not OK?” the Marjory Stoneman Douglas student asked in the video meant as a promotion for the March 24 event “March For Our Lives.”
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) March 16, 2018
Trump whines about losing the Time ‘Man of the Year’ award he lost to a teenage girl
President Donald Trump goaded his audience into booing a teenager during a campaign rally in Colorado Springs on Thursday.
Trump said, "I got beaten up by Greta" -- in reference to Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg, who recently celebrated her 17th birthday.
The leader of the free world went on to complain about Thunberg being declared TIME magazine's "Person of the Year" award in 2019.
He said that many women wish it was still "Man of the Year" and suggested separate categories by gender, which would prevent him from competing against European teenage girls.
Trump jokes that he’ll stay in office for 26 more years — and all his media critics are ‘going to miss us’
At his latest campaign rally in Colorado Springs, Colorado, President Donald Trump launched into one of his typical attacks on media reports that print unflattering information about him, raging about "fake news" and calling it "so disgusting."
He then joked that he will be in office for 26 more years — which would be a flagrant violation of the Constitution's two-term limit for presidents — and that when he does, "they're going to miss us."
"When we leave office in 26 years or so, they're going to miss us" -- Trump jokes about shredding the Constitution and serving more than 2 terms pic.twitter.com/APckvRSXBz
Trump is terrified that Russian interference is ‘undercutting his legitimacy’: ex-DNI lawyer
On Thursday's edition of CNN's "OutFront," Robert Litt, the former general counsel to the Director of National Intelligence, cut to the heart of President Donald Trump's fury over the ongoing reports Russia is planning to intervene to rig the presidential election in his favor.
"Why do you think he refuses to accept the intelligence, and now, by his behavior and this coincidence that is not a coincidence, seems to be having the same reaction again?" asked host Erin Burnett.
"Well, I don't want to go into psychoanalyzing the president, but it's pretty clear that he views the possibility that the Russians attempted to influence the election on his behalf is undercutting his legitimacy in some respect," said Litt. "He's working backwards from that conclusion to talk about the facts ... this has been a consistent pattern all along of denial of what the intelligence community is finding."