President Trump’s claim that he never saw the “small protest” against his visit to Pittsburgh in the wake of the massacre at Tree of Life synagogue was so egregious that even the hosts of Fox News’ “Outnumbered Overtime” weren’t having it.
“The president said he was treated warmly in Pittsburgh, he said he never saw what he called a ‘small protest staged far away’, saying ‘the fake news stories were just the opposite, disgraceful’,” said David Lee Miller, reporting live from the mourning city.
“Hundreds of protesters called on Mr. Trump to stay away, some blamed him for inciting violence,” he said, correcting the record. “A smaller number of supporters say he would have been criticized no matter what he did.”
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Nicolle Wallace worries Republicans have had ‘lobotomies of their souls’
MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace on Monday wondered how Republicans could possibly ignore the bombshell revelations in the public testimony and released transcripts that have emerged in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
"Beginning tomorrow morning, we'll see two first-hand witnesses to the July 25th call with the leader of Ukraine," Wallace noted. Jennifer Williams, from the vice president's staff, and Alexander Vindman -- both have said they were concerned by what they heard."
The host, who served as White House communications director in the George W. Bush administration, noted that both witnesses "have managed to get under the president's skin."
‘Tiny hands and tiny junk’: Internet cracks up at Trump campaign claims trip to the hospital revealed he’s ‘Superman’
President Donald Trump's campaign tried to claim that the obese president with a hefty colorectal problem is equal to the "man of steel."
The husky president has spent an overwhelming amount of time on the golf course, but he has long believed that a person's body has a finite amount of energy to use. Not one for science, Trump thinks if he works out or exercises in any way he will shorten his lifespan.
South Dakota governor’s new anti-meth ad mocked for its awkward motto: ‘Meth. We’re on it’
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem is getting some raised eyebrows after she launched her new anti-meth campaign with the poorly-conceived motto, "Meth. We're on it." Other versions of the campaign show images of young people saying, "I'm on meth."
"This is our problem and together, we need to get on it," Noem said in the ad campaign's public service announcement. According to a report from the Argus Leader, the state's Department of Social Services paid the paid the ad agency that created the campaign just short of $449,000.