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Daily Archives: January 23, 2017

Trump to Sign Executive Order to Withdraw From TPP

President Trump is expected to sign a new executive order on Monday that will withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The Hill reports: He will instead start individual trade negotiations with the countries in the partnership, NBC … Read More

Social Media Users Troll Conway With Their Own ‘Alternative Facts’

Social media trolls mocked Kellyanne Conway on Sunday after she defended White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer for using “alternative facts” on Saturday. at&t: you didn't pay your phone bill this month me: that is an alternative fact — Tracy … Read More

Crowd Experts: Women’s March Three Times Bigger Than Inauguration

According to crowd experts, the Women’s March was three times larger than President Trump’s inauguration. The Hill reports: Estimates by crowd scientists shows at least 470,000 people were in Washington, D.C., near the National Mall at 2 p.m. Saturday. At … Read More

Chelsea Clinton: Let Barron Trump Be a Kid

Chelsea Clinton sympathized with Barron Trump over the weekend, telling President Trump’s critics to leave the kid alone. Barron Trump deserves the chance every child does-to be a kid. Standing up for every kid also means opposing @POTUS policies that … Read More

Dictionary trolls Conway by defining the word ‘fact’

The Merriam-Webster dictionary trolled Kellyanne Conway on Sunday by educating her about the definition of the word “fact.” The Hill reports: The dictionary noted on its website that searches for the word “fact” spiked after Conway’s Sunday morning use of … Read More

DC Police Wear Iconic Women’s March Hats During Protest

Several DC area police officers wore pink hats in support of Saturday’s Women’s March. DC cops posted across from White House are wearing pink pussyhats and posing for photos with marchers. Big cheers from crowd. #WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/BCP6DO2lQp — Benjamin Freed … Read More

Schumer, Cardin to Introduce Legislation on Russia Sanctions

Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer announced on Sunday that he will release a bipartisan bill dealing with President Obama’s Russian sanctions. The Hill reports: Schumer told ABC’s “This Week” that Republican Sens. John McCain (Ariz.) and Lindsey Graham (S.C.) both … Read More

Dallas Stars Troll Trump on Inauguration Attendance

The Dallas Stars trolled President Trump on Saturday over his frequent lies about the size of his inauguration crowd. Quite the troll of Trump & @seanspicer by the @DallasStars tonight. Surprisingly edgy for a major sports team. https://t.co/ZoscKjdf4r pic.twitter.com/xdfxajITkT — … Read More

Dan Rather on Trump: ‘These Are Not Normal Times’

Legendary reporter Dan Rather warned Americans about President Trump in a Facebook post on Saturday, saying that we are no longer living in “normal times.” The Hill reports: The former CBS Evening news anchor targeted President Trump, adviser Kellyanne Conway … Read More

Group Will Sue Trump over Business’s Foreign Profits

A Washington-based nonprofit group will sue President Trump over his noncompliance with ethics laws regarding his role as the leaders of several major businesses. The Hill reports: Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) announced Sunday night it is … Read More