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Sean Spicer Is Writing A Book About The Six Months He Worked At The White House

If you miss Melissa McCarthy's political caricature of Sean Spicer on SNL, you might be in luck, because the actress is getting a whole lot of new material to work with. The former White House press secretary is writing a book about Donald Trump's ca…
By Sadie Trombetta

Trump & Obama Are Facing Off For The First Time Since 2016

In an eleventh hour pitch to Alabama voters, former President Barack Obama has recorded a robocall for Doug Jones, urging Alabamans to vote for the Democrat in Tuesday's special Senate election. Obama called Jones a "fighter for equality" and told vo…
By Seth Millstein

Trump Whined About His TV Habits During A Terrorist Attack & Twitter Lashed Back

Even when it doesn't cause any casualties, an attempted terrorist attack in New York still counts as an attempted terrorist attack in the nation's biggest city. You'd expect the nation's president to offer a response — but so far, that hasn't happene…
By Lani Seelinger

Three Of Trump's Accusers Are Holding A Press Conference To Demand An Investigation

Despite the number of sexual misconduct allegations against him, Donald Trump has always steadfastly denied that he ever did anything wrong or in any way acted wrongly towards his female accusers. Undoubtedly, however, the pressure against him is ris…
By Lani Seelinger

Three More Senators Are Calling On Trump To Resign Due To Sexual Assault Allegations

Al Franken's mark on government won't disappear just because he's leaving Congress. The current Minnesota senator will step down soon, but he's not leaving the ranks of the top federal lawmakers totally without lingering sexual harassment allegations…
By Lani Seelinger

The President Just Recommended A Book About Andrew Jackson & People Are Confused

Twitter users were perplexed by a Thursday morning tweet from Donald Trump, who recommended Fox News host Brian Kilmeade's latest book, Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans: The Battle That Shaped America's Destiny. One problem: Trump has a …
By Kristian Wilson

11 Trump "Allies" Who Have Insulted Him Behind His Back

The Trump White House isn't the most pleasant atmosphere to work in, with the president frequently throwing snipes and backhanded compliments at his aides. As reports have shown, though, these things go both ways, and many Trump aides and allies have…
By Lani Seelinger

How Trump's Presidency Is Hurting People Outside Of The U.S.

When you get caught up in what the Trump administration is doing at home, it can be hard to think about anything else. However, Americans aren't the only ones feeling the effects of the current administration. There are a lot of ways that Trump's pre…
By Lani Seelinger

Here's Why Trevor Noah Really Wants “Denture Donald” To Trend On Twitter

Trump made a big announcement about American foreign policy in relation to Israel on Wednesday, one that could have significant ramifications for the process of reaching peace in the Middle East. When the Daily Show covered the announcement, however,…
By Lani Seelinger

Hillary Clinton Has The Perfect Tip For Rejecting Double Standards At Work

In 2017 gender double standards are still a huge problem. One double standard was spotlighted on the national stage during the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in Oct. 2016. "He called me names... he was nasty, reme…
By Taylor Ferber

There’s One Guy Trump Might Actually Be Scared Of — Here’s Why

President Trump supposedly has been secretly giving assignments to his staff in the dead of night in order to bypass his own chief of staff, Gen. John Kelly, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Like a mischievous preteen hanging out with friends…
By Seth Millstein

Here's How School Lunches Are About To Change In A Big Way

On Wednesday, the Trump administration paved the way for chocolate milk to be served in public schools, a reversal of an Obama-era limit on fat content in school meals. The new interim rule is one of several changes to existing nutritional regulation…
By Seth Millstein

Trump's Response To Flynn's Guilty Plea Is To Hide & Blame Obama

As news broke that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, the attention shifted to President Trump and how he would react. So far, he's hardly reacted at all: When journalists outside the White House shoute…
By Jessicah Lahitou

Trump’s Christmas Tree Lighting Was Attended By ... A Bunch Of Empty Chairs

The president is notoriously sensitive to mockery about his crowd sizes. It came as no surprise, then, that when photos emerged of rows of empty seats at Trump's first Christmas tree lighting ceremony, his opponents united to cackle about it. "Nobody…
By Jenny Hollander

How Trump’s Justice Department Might Take The Kate Steinle Case Into Its Own Hands

The executive branch of government hasn't reacted well to the not guilty verdict in the murder trial involving an undocumented immigrant accused of killing an American woman in San Francisco. Both President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions ha…
By Lani Seelinger

The Republican Party Has A Major Millennial Problem Right Now

There's a lot of talk about gaining the millennial vote in any given election these days, but a recent survey of the coveted group showed that neither party has exactly done a smashing job. Of the two parties, though, the GOP especially won't like th…
By Lani Seelinger

Why Trump Winning The "War On Christmas" Is Bad For Christians (& Everyone Else)

Despite all of the hand-wringing on Fox News, there has never been a liberal "War on Christmas." Christmas-celebrating liberals and conservatives alike have, and will, continue celebrating Christmas like they always have, even if some people attempt …
By Lani Seelinger

The Guy Who Temporarily Deactivated Trump's Twitter Says It Was An Accident

Remember those few short minutes in early November when you finally felt a sense of peace? Those 11 minutes were when Donald Trump's Twitter was mysteriously deactivated, and now we know who was behind it. But Bahtiyar Duysak, the guy who shut down T…
By Lani Seelinger

6 Other Times Trump Has Said Something Offensive About Native Americans

During a meeting with a group of Navajo Code Talkers on Monday, President Trump reprised his terrible nickname for Elizabeth Warren, "Pocahontas," which he periodically uses to mock the fact that she claims to have Delaware Indian and Cherokee herita…
By Monica Hunter-Hart

'TIME' Dismisses Trump's Claim That He Rejected Its 2017 Person Of The Year Title

In 2016, TIME named Donald Trump Person of the Year, just one month after he was elected president in one of the most stunning political upsets in modern history. The magazine will not announce its 2017 pick for the title until Dec. 6, but that didn’…
By Courtney Vinopal