Nintendo enthusiasts received a shocker Tuesday after realizing the “Toad” trending topic on Twitter had little to do with the little fella from Mushroom Kingdom and everything to do with the US President Donald Trump’s nether regions.
The US president greeted family and friends of passengers from Flight 93 with twin fist pumps, which could be considered a step up from when he referred to the incident as “7/11” in April 2016.
Militans in Syria’s Idlib province have begun making footage of fake “chemical attacks” in order to cast the blame on the Syrian government forces, according to the Russian Defense military.
A game of cat and mouse has begun in the White House after US Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and over a dozen other Trump administration officials have denied taking part in the bombshell op-ed published Wednesday in the New York Times.
Tuesday, US circuit court judge and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation hearing proved anything but uneventful, as it started out with a slew of protests and ended in at least 70 arrests.
The abrupt Friday cancelation of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s trip to North Korea came about in response to a North Korean letter saying the relationship between the two countries was “again at stake and may fall apart,” according to a report from the Washington Post Monday, citing two unnamed Trump administration officials.
Hoping his West Virginia rally would be the day’s hot topic, US President Donald Trump’s Tuesday took an interesting turn after guilt related to a multitude of charges was placed on two former associates in two separate cases. Moreover, one of them even implicated The Donald!
Omarosa’s book tour made a stop at the White House Tuesday as Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was pressed on excerpts from the former aide’s book that assert the US President used the “n-word” during his days as executive producer and host of NBC’s “The Apprentice.”
Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, in a since-deleted tweet, dubbed Fox News Host Laura Ingraham’s recent anti-immigration rant “one of the most important (truthful) monologues in the history of [mainstream media].”
Through a unanimous vote Monday, the West Hollywood City Council approved a resolution to encourage Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to remove US President Donald Trump’s star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Whether actual changes will take place, however, is still undecided.
An unknown hacker has broken into a female RAF airwoman’s Tinder profile in an effort to obtain information about the four F-35 Lightning II fighters Britain received from the United States in June.
During his Tuesday rally in Tampa, Florida, US President (and faithful Twitter user) Donald Trump spurred the hashtag #TrumpGroceryStores by claiming American citizens needed their “picture on a card” in order to purchase groceries.
In an effort to detail the “extravagant lifestyle” and spending habits of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, prosecutors revealed Tuesday that the 69-year-old had acquired not only several properties and sports cars, but also an $18,000 karaoke machine and a $15,000 jacket “made of an ostrich.”
The recent US-EU trade talks between Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Trump have reportedly involved the former using some fairly unusual supplements to get his point across.
Kicking off the year with her January resignation/firing from the White House, Omarosa Manigault-Newman is now transitioning from the “Celebrity Big Brother” house to the publishing house with her third book: "Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House.”
Invited to speak at the second day of conservative nonprofit Turning Point USA’s “High School Leadership Summit 2018,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions spent his time opposing “snowflake” factory colleges and taking shots at 2016 presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.
Recently published results from an Axios/SurveyMonkey poll conducted July 16-17 reveal that both Republicans and Democrats are sticking to their party lines when it comes to US President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin and the issue of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Despite positive remarks from US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin concerning their July 16 summit in Helsinki, Finland, reporting from US media outlets such as CNN and MSNBC did not echo similar sentiments.
US President Donald Trump continues to make waves across the pond as he now appears to backtrack statements made during a Thursday interview with UK tabloid The Sun.
A US media outlet has claimed that US President Donald Trump was recruited by Soviet intelligence way back in the 1980s.