I heard today's White House press briefing featured a surprise appearance by Trump himself… pic.twitter.com/O4lVn0dMc1
— Ragnarok Lobster (@eclecticbrotha) January 5, 2018
All those toilsome years of HRClinton-bashing, followed by eighteen months of gently nurturing the hothouse flower of Lord Smallgloves’ self-esteem, and some celebrity raconteur blows the whole thing sky-high. OH THE SIMULACRA-OF-HUMANITY!
Hours after a personal attorney for President Trump sent a cease and desist letter to the publisher and author of a new book, demanding that it not be released, the publisher announces it will be released on Friday — four days earlier than expected https://t.co/7WNPqJxxMa pic.twitter.com/pmyrnhV609
— CNN (@CNN) January 4, 2018
Sarah Huck just called Michael Wolff an "author nobody ever heard of before today." Why people sit through this preposterous woman's daily exercise remains a national embarrassment.
— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) January 4, 2018
WH spox Sarah Sanders says Breitbart should consider getting rid of Steve Bannon.
— S.V. Dáte (@svdate) January 4, 2018
Scaramucci: Some of us have different views, but lets subordinate all that nonsense and work for the president and knock it off.
Ruhle: Anthony, you said 6 months ago that you think Steve Bannon tries to suck his own penis. pic.twitter.com/a5AAcIVn5o
— Lis Power (@LisPower1) January 4, 2018
People who hyped Hillary's emails in 2016 now say Michael Wolff's book doesn't meet their standards of reporting.
— Ragnarok Lobster (@eclecticbrotha) January 4, 2018
‘It’s the dementia’: Internet shocked at Trump’s televised press briefing appearance — while he was ’50 feet away’ https://t.co/LXnVDKItTd
— Raw Story (@RawStory) January 4, 2018
— Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) January 4, 2018
How is this man employed https://t.co/SoeH5KmkbR
— JeremyConstantinople (@smartflexin) January 5, 2018