The bar's CEO issued a statement saying the person had been unaware of the ways in which "Trump’s administration is working to stifle the rights of the LGBTQ community."
Bloomingdale’s has issued an apology for selling a shirt that read "Fake News," and it has since removed the item from its stores.
Joy Villa isn't the only entertainer making a political statement at this year's Grammy Awards.
"The Native American genocide continues with another murder by the president," Michael Malice wrote. The first son replied with, "Savage!!! Love my President."
Stormy Daniels wrote an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday criticizing a new California labor law that requires that strippers be employees.
Eagled-eyed social media users were quick to wonder as to why the first lady was only wearing one glove.
"God has a strange sense of humor," said Rep. Ilhan Omar, while Parkland dad Fred Guttenberg told the press secretary not to "use religion to justify this president."
In an op-ed, Robert Redford says the president doesn’t care or "understand that his duty is to defend our democracy."
Staff Sgt. Jake Talbot told St. Louis news station KMOV that he had worn the pro-Trump shirt to CDY Fitness in Troy before. But on Sunday, the owner of the gym asked him not to wear the shirt again.
President Trump's daughter-in-law was criticized for calling the ongoing shutdown a "little bit of pain" for furloughed workers, prompting comparisons to Marie Antoinette.
Stormy Daniels, who says she had an affair with President Trump, is speaking out against the Covington Catholic High School students from Kentucky, who were filmed wearing MAGA hats and harassing a 64-year-old Native American elder and Vietnam veteran.
"If I die soon, all this Trump stuff has had an effect," the 87-year-old reportedly once told her daughter — but her obituary's reference to Trump was rejected.
“This sets a bad example,” says registered dietitian Jessica Cording. “It’s perpetuating this idea that college students are supposed to be eating junk food. It’s a missed opportunity to show that healthy food can be accessible, enjoyable, and fuel young athletes.”
Trump served up a fast food feast for Clemson's football players, joking that the alternative was to have Melania Trump and Karen Pence make salads.
The controversial assignment was titled "Some People Claim that Donald Trump is a Fascist: Time to check it out!"
An Air Force veteran who served her nation for 13 years, ended up winning Virginia Lottery's top $100,000 prize at precisely the right time as her husband is currently furloughed due to the partial government shutdown.
The former Texas congressman continued his series about life at the border with his dental hygienist.
Trump's alleged ex-mistress Stormy Daniels shared a risqué Instagram Live broadcast during the president's speech Tuesday night.