During President Donald Trump’s rally, he falsely claimed that you need an ID to buy groceries.
“If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need an I.D.” President Trump said at his rally in Tampa, Florida on Tuesday.
Late Night host Seth Meyers called out the president for not knowing how normal life works.
“No, you don’t Meyers said.” Unless you’re buying your groceries at a strip club. I’ll have a bag of the chicken wings.”
Meyers then went on to mock Trump supporters and tax cuts for the rich.
“They already got a two trillion tax cut months ago, these people are relentless. The won’t be happy until this country is 10 trillionaires and 300 million people fighting over one gogurt,” Meyers said.
He then joked about wealthy CEOs who keep going on cable news only to get fact-checked.
“You can tell these Trump supporting CEOs are expecting the Fox News treatment and are shocked when anybody fact-checks them,” he said.
Nancy Pelosi roasts Mark Zuckerberg for ‘pandering’ to Trump and his ‘silly’ tantrums
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday mocked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for his efforts to appease President Donald Trump's criticisms of major social media companies.
During a press conference, Pelosi said that Zuckerberg "just panders" to Trump in an effort to preserve his business model, which she described as a platform for people to "misrepresent facts" without consequence.
"They knew during the 2016 elections that the Russians were engaged in foul play," she said. "They knew, because they saw where the money was coming from!"
She then turned her attention to Trump's new executive order that will reportedly open up tech platforms to more lawsuits.
Pennsylvania Dem unloads on GOPers who pushed to reopen as they hid colleague’s COVID-19 infection
Pennsylvania state Rep. Brian Sims (D) lashed out at Republican lawmakers who remained silent after testing positive for COVID-19.
Democrats this week accused Republicans of withholding information after Rep. Andrew Lewis (R) tested positive for the virus.
"It's been a week, perhaps longer, that House Republican leadership knew that at least one of their members had tested positive for COVID-19," Sims explained in a Facebook post. "But they didn't go on quarantine until they were done serving alongside us, especially those of us that serve on the State Government Committee."
‘Art of the Deal’ ghostwriter: ‘Psychopath’ Trump is ‘driven by an insatiable narcissistic hunger’ and an obsessive ‘need to dominate’
President Ronald Reagan, in the 1980s, famously asserted that someone who agreed with him 70% of the time was a 70% ally and not a 30% enemy. But President Donald Trump, on the other hand, is furious if someone disagrees with him even on rare occasions. Author Tony Schwartz, who co-wrote or ghost-wrote Trump’s famous 1987 book, “The Art of the Deal,” analyzes Trump’s mentality in a May 28 article for Medium — stressing that the president is motivated, above all else, by a “need to dominate.”