In a GOP campaign rally in Cleveland, Donald Trump complained about political correctness and claimed he’d never call a woman beautiful again in apparent references to his daughter and adviser Ivanka.
“I know they’ll say this is nepotism,” Trump said before introducing the First Daughter, “but the truth is, she’s a very, very — you’re not allowed to use the word ‘beautiful’ anymore when you talk about women, it’s politically incorrect.”
“I will never call a woman beautiful again,” the president added before sarcastically asking men in the crowd to pledge never to call their wives beautiful.
While introducing Ivanka Trump, Pres. Trump calls her "really smart" and says that "you're not allowed to use the word 'beautiful' anymore when you talk about women" because "it's politically incorrect."
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) November 5, 2018
‘The Mooch’ attended Biden fundraiser in the Hamptons — because Trump ‘has lost his mind’
Former White House press secretary Anthony Scaramucci attended a fundraiser for former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday.
CBS News reporter Ben Mitchell posted a photo of Scaramucci at the event, and subsequently interviewed "The Mooch."
Scaramucci said he was still a registered Republican, but added that Trump "has lost his mind."
Sean Spicer wonders if he’ll dance better than Geraldo or Tucker Carlson: ‘I’ve set the bar very, very low’
Sean Spicer retreated to the friendly environment of Fox News on Saturday following a week of being publicly denounced.
In a widely criticized decision, ABC announced that President Donald Trump's former White House press secretary would be a contestant on "Dancing with the Stars."
ABC was blasted for "normalizing fascism" by allowing Spicer to rehabilitate his public image on the show.
Ilhan Omar trolls GOP lawmakers ‘losing their minds’ over sharing the House floor with three Muslim Democrats
One of the first Muslim women elected to Congress trolled her GOP colleagues for "losing their minds" over the existence of three Muslims in the House of Representatives.
The three Muslims in Congress are Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Rep. André Carson (D-IN), with Omar and Tlaib being the first to Muslim women in the body
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) worried about the "growing influence" during an appearance on a local radio station.
Intercept columnist Mehdi Hasan posted a link to the interview on Twitter, calling it "open bigotry."