Rupert Murdoch‘s The Simpsons will totally go there there this Sunday.. Entitled “100 Days,” the episode of the long running FOX cartoon depicts White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, committing suicide.
In the ultra dark episode, Spicer is briefly shown hanging from a rope while Kellyanne Conway passes him by. The Press Secretary is holding a sign reading “I QUIT.”
In a teaser tweeted by The Simpsons official account, Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner are shown strangling one another. President Donald Trump’s hair is also prominently featured, apparently as a character of its own. Continue reading
Animated White House counselor to President Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway, was caught on camera showing just how limber a 50-year-old woman can be. In the now viral snap, Conway is depicted sitting or kneeling with her legs under her on a Oval Office couch.
The photo, which was taken by pool photographer, Brendan Smialowski, shows Conway seated on a couch surrounded by Reince Priebus and representatives of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
The photo was shared on social media with a number of people stating that Conway’s posture is disrespectful not only to those around her but also to the executive mansion. Social media has been mainly partisan about the photograph, with conservatives likening it to President Barack Obama deciding not to wear a jacket in meetings after he took office in 2009, reports the Washington Post. Continue reading
Does crowd size matter? If you ask political beancounters on the left and right, it matters a lot, and if you ask President Donald Trump, it’s all that matters.
Pundits are comparing the crowd size of the March for Life event against that of the Women’s March, and it looks like this year both marches had a huge attendance, though, one may have garnered more celebrity endorsements.
An estimated 650,000 attended a huge March for Life rally in D.C. in 2013. In previous years, numbers ranged around 400,000. According to The Washington Post, this year’s event was likely to draw hundreds of thousands of participants, similar to previous years. Continue reading