The adult film star includes some colorful comparisons to the president's anatomy in her memoir, “Full Disclosure.”
The first son's recent Instagram post was met with harsh criticism, after he apparently made fun of an alleged sexual assault victim.
In case it wasn’t clear already, Miss America won’t hesitate to speak her mind. This became evident when Miss West Virginia, Madeline Collins, called out President Donald Trump during the final night of the competition preliminaries in Atlantic City. For the on-stage question portion of the evening, Collins was asked what she felt was the most serious issue facing the nation.
Going viral and becoming a meme is pretty easy in the age of Trump: Just stand behind The Orange One at his rallies and — this part's key — make silly faces during his speech. Doing so will turn all eyeballs from The Donald to you. It'll also get your removed from the rally courtesy of the Secret Service. But, worth it! SEE ALSO: Sia's story of meeting Donald Trump on 'SNL' comes with a crappy twist ending This is exactly what happened when Tyler Linfesty attended a Trump rally in Montana on Sept. 6. He quickly became immortalized on the internet as "Plaid Shirt Guy" after he was spotted visibly reacting to the president's words just behind his right shoulder. So about the man in the plaid shirt standing behind Trump at his Montana rally last night who was switched out midway through. It appears the reason is that he was mocking Trump. Here he is mouthing “what?!?” in response to Trump’s ranting commentary:pic.twitter.com/XFHM5CTHri — Andrew Wortman (@AmoneyResists) September 7, 2018 this was one of my favorites ‘we’ve picked up a lot of support’ plaid shirt guy ‘HAVE YOU!??’ pic.twitter.com/omM7i8zwPh — Katie Moeser (@IamKatieMoe) September 7, 2018 Weirdest thing just happened at Trump rally in Montana. The guy in plaid shirt behind Trump must not hv been cheering enough so a woman walked up and asked him to move and She took his spot #inners #maddow #LastWord pic.twitter.com/pTOq2kBwgb — Kikkay (@NikkisBubble) September 7, 2018 "Some people thought I was being disrespectful – I was not planning to be disrespectful," Linfesty told ABC Fox Montana. "Some people thought I was part of a conspiracy theory, like I was planted there, my friends were planted there — I was not planted there." Linfesty says he was just there to meet Trump, shake his hand, and take a photo with him. "I was just there to see the president and I had my natural reactions when I thought he said something I disagreed with, I visibly disagreed," says Linfesty. Linfesty was removed from the event mid-way through Trump's speech, after which the Secret Service asked him to leave — and not come back — according to CNN. You can see him being whisked away right at the 50:45 mark in the entire video below: "I think I know why they removed me. It’s because, well before the rally they told us that ‘you have to be enthusiastic, you have to be clapping, you have to be cheering for Donald Trump,’ and I wasn’t doing that because I wasn’t enthusiastic, I wasn’t happy with what he was saying." Whatever, man! The Internet has deemed you meme-worthy. Just look at how many people you made happy: #plaidshirtguy is my new hero. — Nancy Sinatra (@NancySinatra) September 8, 2018 I don't know who you are kid, but right now, you're my hero. #plaidshirtguy — erin chapin (@erinkchapin) September 7, 2018 In the middle of deplorable insanity there’s hope... #plaidshirtguy pic.twitter.com/VypxQIOJOm — itsallrealitv (@itsallrealitv) September 7, 2018 Congrats and enjoy the spotlight because it won't last forever. WATCH: Watch Zuckerberg’s face freeze after a far-right politician credited Facebook for Trump's win and Brexit
Did someone say receipts? With the help of Parkland survivor and gun control activist David Hogg, a GoFundMe raised $9,760 to put Donald Trump's tweets bashing Ted Cruz up on a billboard in Texas. The GoFundMe, organized by political group USA Latinx, raised the money in less than 24 hours. The campaign was a response to Trump endorsing Cruz through Twitter. On Friday, the president announced a "major rally" that would take place in "the biggest stadium in Texas we can find." SEE ALSO: Texas GOP attack on Beto O'Rourke completely backfires "As you know, Ted has my complete and total Endorsement," Trump tweeted, completely ignoring the times he's called the Texas senator "Lyin' Ted" and an "another all talk, no action pol." The GoFundMe's organizers want to remind Texas voters exactly what the president thinks of the GOP candidate. On Friday, Hogg retweeted one of Trump's infamous Twitter rants railing against Cruz and asked, "Can someone in Texas get this on a billboard?" Can someone in Texas get this on a billboard? https://t.co/Y5vhQDAW0d — David Hogg (@davidhogg111) August 31, 2018 That day, the GoFundMe was up and running. According to the description, the organizers are planning to "display the president's own words about Cruz from 2016 on a mobile billboard to remind Texans of the truth." Image: gofundme/usa latinxThe GoFundMe also had the help of Claude Taylor, chairmand of Mad Dog PAC. According to The Hill, the PAC focuses on raising money for political ads, and was recently behind the "Impeachment Now" billboard that went up near Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort. Hogg, meanwhile, is trying to decide which Trump tweet to put up. So many wonderful selections to choose from... Thank you @POTUS pic.twitter.com/Q9dmuQr2AT — David Hogg (@davidhogg111) September 2, 2018 There are a handful of damning screenshots of Trump insulting Cruz, which doesn't exactly look good for the incumbent senator. "So many wonderful selections to choose from," Hogg tweeted. "Thank you @POTUS." WATCH: The FDA is coming for Juul
“The America of John McCain has no need to be made great again, because America was always great,” Meghan McCain said at her dad's funeral, to applause from those assembled.
Donald Trump has been criticised for playing golf and launching a Twitter rant about Canada during John McCain’s funeral. Leading political figures, including three former presidents - Barack Obama, George Bush and Bill Clinton - came together to pay tribute to the late senator from Arizona.
At Sen. John McCain’s memorial Saturday at the Washington National Cathedral, the senator’s daughter Meghan McCain gave an emotional eulogy, mourning the passing of “American greatness.” She also took a direct jab at President Trump and his campaign motto. “The America of John McCain has no need to be made great again, because America was always great,” the talk show host said, to applause from those assembled. On Twitter, people noted that applause at a funeral is unusual and praised much of her speech.
"He wants to be the greatest president, and he knows that he can’t be the greatest president without the acceptance of the black community."
Trump’s remarks on Tiffany, made in a 1994 interview with Robin Leach, surfaced about two years ago and reentered the conversation this week after Leach’s death.