Hillary Clinton is still wrapped up in her election defeat to President Trump. In fact, she´s so concerned by it that Clinton just put out a new book titled “What Happened?” On Tuesday, Clinton made an appearance at Barnes & Noble in New York to do her first book signing. First, she was late to the event, as her supporters had already waited hours for her to arrive: (Tweet) Barnes & Noble had an entire Hillary Clinton section for the occasion: (Tweet) One Twitter user had to ask where Trump´s book was: (Tweet) While many people did show up for
Just hand her the book; do not make eye contact or speak to her. If you speak to her, she will automatically cuss you out and we can´t have that. It might ruin her reputation since we are trying to brainwash everyone into believing that she is warm and fuzzy.
Did Hillary have ash trays available and at the ready to throw at someone who made eye contact or asked her a question? Reading that list tells me why she lost the election, she is untouchable and hates ´little people´. That´s why the word ´deplorables´ just flowed from her mouth, It was natural and what she really thinks of people.
Don´t make eye contact was the carved in stone rule when she walked the halls of the WH back in the 90´s. Is she afraid of people or is she afraid that they will see what she really is if they look her in the eye?
I don´t trust anyone who doesn´t make eye contact with me when I´m speaking to them. It sends up a red flag which says - this person is hiding something.
Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., thanked Rev. Al Sharpton for helping her community "heal" after he spoke at prayer service Friday with the family of Sgt. La David Johnson, one of four U.S. soldiers killed during an ambush in Niger last month. Sharpton, who is the president of National Action Network, delivered the keynote address and touched on the infamous phone call between Johnson´s widow, Myeshia Johnson, and President Trump, which Wilson listened in on and described Trump as being insensitive — a claim backed up by Myeshia Johnson but disputed by the White House. "To act like she did something
David Siders writes in Politico that California Governor Jerry Brown, as he visits Europe en route to the United Nations climate talks, is functioning rather more like the leader of a country distinct from the United States than merely the governor of one of fifty states within that powerful union: VATICAN CITY—On his way to the United Nations climate talks in Bonn, Germany, this week, Jerry Brown stopped over at the Vatican, where a doleful group of climate scientists, politicians and public health officials had convened to discuss calamities that might befall a warming world. The prospects were so dire—floods
A search is underway for a Marine who may have lost a camera full of pictures from Iraq. Matt Walker found the smashed Nokia camera in Washington nine years ago, Fox 5 DC reports. He was working on a landscaping job when he saw the camera on the side of the road. The memory card containing the photos was not damaged. “I’ve never been in the military, but by the photos, I can feel what they were going through and this is why it makes it so important to give it back to him,” Walker told the station. (Photo) Walker
Note: Normal people might find some of this offensive. (We hope. Dear Lord, please!) “Macho, macho man I gotta be a macho man” Macho Man-- Village People- Yeah, tell me you don’t have that song stuck in your head right now. (You’re welcome.) It’s amazing how far we’ve fallen as a nation in less than 40 years when The Village People had a hit singing about being macho to now where the alt-left thinks it’s awful. And although the song is a bit sarcastic, it was embraced as a fun pop song to the point where even Donald Duck performed it. There’s
One of GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore’s accusers, Debbie Gibson, has worked as a sign language interpreter for Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden. Deborah Wesson Gibson, as she goes by on Facebook, supports Moore’s Democrat rival, Doug Jones. Why didn’t the Washington Post disclose these details? (Photos) On Friday, Newsmax columnist James Hirsen tweeted the “Washington Post failed to disclose that one of Moore’s accusers was a sign language interpreter for Joe Biden and is a volunteer for Moore’s Democrat opponent.” (Tweet) While The Gateway Pundit cannot confirm Gibson is a volunteer for Doug Jones, we found Facebook posts that
In Japan, President Donald Trump is the ultimate culinary trendsetter as natives residents flock to local restaurants to have what he had. Trump started his first official visit to Asia with a stop in Japan, during which time Prime Minister Shinzo Abe — apparently having done his homework — treated the president to standard American fan favorites including hamburgers and steak. Abe posted a tweet of himself and Trump at Kasumigaseki Country Club in Saitama Prefecture on November 4, saying that the two heads of state were ´getting down to business right away over hamburgers.´ The photo of the pair,
President Donald Trump had a tough time staying focused on Saturday evening at a formal banquet in Vietnam. A sleepy-looking Trump opened and closed his eyes repeatedly during his host´s toast, a set of dry remarks that had to be translated bit by bit for him from Vietnamese to English. When Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang´s speech had concluded Trump, who does not partake in alcohol, raised a glass of dark liquid to his foreign counterpart and took a sip. A White House official told DailyMail.com the full-brimmed glass was filled with Diet Coke. ´We have come a long way,
SUBIC, Philippines- U.S. President Donald Trump is no stranger to controversy and he has often come in for sharp criticism both at home and overseas, but in the town of Subic in the Philippines, he’s a hero. (Photo) Once home to one of the biggest U.S. naval facilities in the world, Subic is a haven for retired servicemen who seem thrilled that Trump is visiting the Philippines, and convinced the divisive tycoon can do no wrong. “Trump, I back him big time,” said Mike McCarthy, a former master chief with the U.S. 7th Fleet, drinking in one of the American-themed
President Trump said Saturday that he accepts Russian President Vladimir Putin’s denials about election meddling, and doesn’t want to press him further as he seeks Moscow’s help on global hot spots such as North Korea, Syria and Ukraine. Mr. Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One in Vietnam that he asked Mr. Putin again about Russia’s election interference during a private meeting on the sidelines of a summit. “Every time he sees me he says ‘I didn’t do that’ and I really believe that when he tells me that, he means it,” the president said. “I think he is very
Drudge Report founder Matt Drudge, who knows of what he speaks, dropped a bomb Thursday with the newsy prediction that CNN chief Jeff Zucker is doomed. “Jeff Zucker out either way at CNN,” Drudge wrote before adding, “primetime ratings abysmal. Feud with President Trump too personal and ridiculous…” (Tweets) If CNN was only in competition with itself and its own dismal ratings, that tweet would make sense. The problem for last-place CNN, though, is that it has actual competition in the form of MSNBC and Fox, both of which are shellacking The Least Trustws Name In News in every conceivable
Friday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh had a suggestion for embattled former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, the GOP nominee in a December 12 special election for U.S. Senate: Hire Hillary Clinton. Limbaugh had a similar proposal for Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein last month, arguing Weinstein needed Clinton, the “CEO of bimbo eruption.” Moore is under attack after a Washington Post story alleged Moore engaged in inappropriate conduct with underage women in the late 1970s. Partial transcript as follows (courtesy of RushLimbaugh.com): Judge Moore, same advice I gave Harvey Weinstein: Hire the best.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes tweeted Friday that Democrats need to have a “real reckoning” with sexual misconduct allegations against Bill Clinton. Hayes said: (Tweet) He also shared a 2016 Buzzfeed article about Juanita Broaddrick’s rape allegations against Bill Clinton. Broaddrick claims that then-Arkansas attorney general Bill Clinton raped her in the late 1970s. (Tweets) Broaddrick and several other Clinton accusers appeared with then-candidate Donald Trump before the second debate with Hillary Clinton in 2016. She said at the time, “Actions speak louder than words. Mr. Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me and Hillary Clinton
Former Massachusetts governor and failed president candidate Mitt Romney took opportunity to weigh in on the whole Roy Moore matter — the one that finds him ensnarled in a web of allegations of sexual improprieties with underage and young girls — and call for the former Alabama judge to immediately “step aside” and abandon his Senate aspirations. No need to wait on proof. To Romney, the allegations are bad enough. “Innocent until proven guilty is for criminal convictions, not elections,” he said, The Hill reported. (Snip) Indeed, Several other Republicans have come forward to say or suggest the same as
Former Assistant FBI Director James Kallstrom unloaded on James Comey, Robert Mueller, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama Thursday, charging that major crimes "20 times bigger than Watergate" are being swept under the rug while Attorney General Jeff Sessions "is in a coma." Appearing on Fox News´ Varney & Co., Kallstrom told the host that it "was obvious to anybody that knows anything" that former President Barack Obama was not going to let James Comey indict Clinton. "It turns out -- unfortunately -- he was a political hack," Kallstrom said flatly. "I think he maybe started out in an honorable way.
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) has turned down an opportunity to debate his opponent, Doug Jones (D), because the differences between the two candidates are "crystal clear," according to Moore´s campaign. "While we appreciate the invitation from WHNT, the differences between the two candidates are crystal clear," Moore´s campaign chairman, Bill Armistead, said in a statement to WHNT-TV in northern Alabama. The CBS affiliate said on Wednesday that Moore´s campaign had declined to debate Jones, adding that the station would have allowed both campaigns to agree on a preferred format and offered six potential dates between Nov. 27 and Dec. 7. "We
LOS ANGELES - The number of lesbian, gay and transgender characters on U.S. television shows have reached record highs, and campaign group GLAAD said on Thursday that their stories were more important than ever given moves in the United States to roll back LGBT acceptance. In it annual report on diversity on the small screen, GLAAD found 329 regular and recurring LGBTQ characters across all broadcast, cable and streaming TV platforms, including the first asexual and non-binary characters. GLAAD president Sarah Kate Ellis said TV was a critical place for the portrayal of LGBTQ characters and their lives. “At a
During a segment that aired on Friday’s broadcast of Birmingham, AL ABC affiliate WBMA 33/40’s 5 p.m. local news, political reporter Lauren Walsh sought out voters in Columbiana, AL to gauge their reactions to the Washington Post report that alleged Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Roy Moore engaged in inappropriate conduct with four teenage girls more than 34 years ago. None of the respondents according to Walsh told her they believed the Post’s reporting. “It’s hard to believe the events that transpired yesterday,” Gordon Fluker of nearby Wilsonville, AL said to Walsh about the Washington Post report. Fluker’s response was the
You may have thought that Republicans had sunk as low as they could possibly go last year when they nominated for the presidency a man who was singularly unfit, morally and mentally, for that post. But, no, once you start racing to the bottom you never quite stop. There is always another level of degeneracy to be plumbed. Enter Roy Moore, the Republican Senate candidate in Alabama. He believes that “homosexual conduct should be illegal” and that Muslims should not be permitted to serve in Congress. Now the Washington Post reports that this fearless crusader for “traditional values” had a habit
Calling violence in Baltimore “out of control,” Mayor Catherine Pugh ordered 30 agency heads to meet every morning at police headquarters, and to make crime reduction the top mission not only of police, but also of health workers, housing officials and public works crews. (Snip) Killings in the city have surged past 300 this year for a third year in a row. Violent crime is up 13 percent over last year, and reports of groups of youths attacking people apparently at random have dominated recent local news cycles. Pugh said she was calling on businesses and philanthropies to help fund
The Republican Party´s Senate campaign apparatus has severed ties with Roy Moore, a day after the Alabama Senate candidate was accused of engaging in sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl when he was in his early 30s. According to Federal Election Commission records, the National Republican Senatorial Committee removed itself Friday from a joint fundraising agreement with Moore´s campaign. The Alabama Republican Party and the Republican National Committee still belong to the agreement. NRSC Chair and Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner called the allegations against Moore "deeply troubling" after the Washington Post broke the story on Thursday. "If these allegations are
This is just a report at this time— We will post any updates—(Snip) A Navy veteran who served 22 years for his country and then served in the Secret Service claims a family friend who lives in Alabama told his wife that a Washington Post reporter “named Beth” approached her and offered her THOUSANDS to accuse Judge Roy Moore of inappropriate sexual advances! Of course this is HUGE news if true. Doug Lewis #MAGA @umpire43 A family friend who lives in Alabama just told my wife that a WAPO reporter named Beth offered her 1000$ to accuse Roy Moore???? 7:35 PM - Nov
Susan Collins took to Twitter on Thursday to direct a GOP Senate candidate to quit the race if allegations against him turn out to be true.Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, a 70-year-old former state Supreme Court justice, defiantly denied allegations of decades-old sexual misconduct with minors published Thursday in a Washington Post story. The revelations, a month before the Dec. 12 special election, triggered a sharp backlash from would-be Republican colleagues on Capitol Hill, who called on Moore to quit the race if the allegations were true.
I am really sorry that John McCain suffers from a brain affliction, but he continues to play an active role in politics, and so I must call him out when he does something really outrageous. Yesterday, Sen. McCain called on Judge Roy Moore to "immediately step aside" after unproven allegations of sexual impropriety were published in a liberal newspaper. No waffling about "if true..." That is a standard Senator McCain did not apply to himself under similar circumstances. During his 2008 presidential bid, the New York Times published a story alleging sexual misconduct with a female lobbyist. McCain fought it.
Former Texas State Senator Wendy Davis will soon be portrayed on the big screen by actress Sandra Bullock. The woman who won a Best Actress Oscar for “The Blind Side” in 2010 now plans to highlight the 2013 anti-abortion bill filibuster that made Ms. Davis — and her pink running shoes — a household name. Ms. Bullock will star in “Let Her Speak,” a retelling of the lawmaker’s 11 hours spent trying to stall legislative restrictions on abortions. Variety announced the project on Thursday, which will be produced by Todd Black and Jason Blumenthal through Escape. Ms. Davis used her newfound notoriety after the filibuster to