Revisiting life goals set in a letter written as a teen to his future self, comedian Kanan Gill reports back on if he's lived up to his own expectations
ibm: For trolls and bots that ignore the articles and react simply to posts: "Some of President Donald Trump’s most stalwart media defenders broke ranks with him on Wednesday, aghast at his baseless smears against the MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, whom Trump has all but accused of killing a former staff member two decades ago despite a total lack of evidence. The backlash even spread to the senior levels of Trump’s party on Capitol Hill, where the No. 3 House Republican, Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, said the president should drop the matter and focus on leading the country through the coronavirus pandemic. “I would urge him to stop it,” she told reporters, referring to the false allegations. The vast majority of Republican officials have kept silent about the president’s Twitter barrage against Scarborough, and the most prominent conservative voices on Fox News, like Sean Hannity, let the subject go unmentioned on recent broadcasts. But Cheney’s criticism was a sign of stepped-up pressure on Trump from the right, reflected in this week’s unusual chorus of reproach from the conservative media platforms the president often turns to for comfort." Don't forget Stalwart Republican ann coulters latest posts on donny.