Trump to spin the judge throwing out the DNC lawsuit over Russia collusion as a victory, but it was a lie. The lawsuit was not tossed for lack of merit, but jurisdiction.
Trump loves to tweet, and now twitter is firing back at the president who has been posting some nasty tweets about Amazon and Jeff Bezos. Many people on the White House staff have tried to stop Trump from tweeting, but to no avail. Now former federal prosecutor Preet Bharara has come up with a great suggestion.
An alarming new study from researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology seems to prove that false stories on Twitter are 70 percent more likely to be spread by human users of the social media platform than are true stories. The study looked at 126,000 stories shared by 3 million people on Twitter over an eleven year period from 2006 to 2017.
The fact that Trump would give a thumbs up to this tweet – or Wynn's behavior –may seem stunning, but it shouldn't be all that surprising.
Twitter Inc, which is reviewing Russian interference during the 2016 U.S. elections, said on Friday it would notify some of its users whether they were exposed to content generated by a suspected Russian propaganda service.
The poll Trump bragged about on Thursday shows that 53 percent of the country thinks he hasn't done a good job.
One Democratic representative called Trump a "child who hates science class."
Trump's dangerous presidency has been no laughing matter. But every so often, he says something so ludicrous that it's impossible not to laugh at how buffoonish he is.
Twitter Inc on Thursday banned advertisements from accounts owned by Russian media outlets Russia Today (RT) and Sputnik, citing allegations by U.S. intelligence agencies that the two had tried to interfere with the 2016 U.S. election.
It's one thing for Donald Trump's approval rating to be so low in a Fox News poll. It's a whole new level of embarrassment for the president that his so-called base is the reason behind it.
Last week, Twitter suspended Rose McGowan’s account because, according to Twitter, she violated TOS.
Kimmel's jab came after Trump whined about late night comedians being too hard on him.
As all of this unfolds, the President of the United States is tweeting more North Korea threats likely from the seat of a golf cart at his ritzy resort in New Jersey.
"Today our President will sit in his opulent golf resort attacking hurricane first responders," Murphy tweeted.
When Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced via Twitter that she has breast cancer, she showed Trump how leadership tweeting is done. At any other time in our political history, the very idea of saying a person playing a president or vice president on television is more presidential than the real thing would be absurd.
It’s no wonder Russia was so successful. There is great power in appealing to people’s feelings that their government isn’t listening to them, that they are disempowered. A great example of just one way this was done (and is done) was shared today by former FBI Special Agent of the Counterintelligence Division and now CNN analyst and Editor at Just Security, Asha Rangappa.
Once again, the self-centered President of the United States cannot help but make every domestic and international incident about him and how wonderful and/or victimized he is.
"Enough. This has to stop," the former Vice President tweeted. "Our children are watching."
Clinton laid out a rational plan to solve the North Korea threat and said Trump is being "played" by Kim Jong-un.
It remains to be seen whether Congress can pass legislation that will shield Dreamers from deportation, but it's clear the Trump is already regretting the move he made on Tuesday.