Stephanie Grisham Tried to Defend Trump's False Retweet about Pelosi and Schumer Pledging Allegiance to Iran and It Didn't Go Well
President Donald Trump fumed on Twitter Monday about a variety of subjects ranging from impeachment to escalating tensions between the United States and Iran.
Among the standouts was a retweet from Twitter user @D0wn_Under, which featured a photoshopped picture of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) in a turban and a hijab in front of an Iranian flag.
When New York Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer shared information from the climatologists at NOAA about global warming and climate change, people who understand science were concerned. Others, like Republican Senator John Cornyn of Texas, were confused.
Schumer, the Senate Minority Leader, posted:
Trump Supporting Painter Just Released His Latest Bonkers Portrait of Trump, and This Time He's at the Border With Bernie, Nancy, AOC and More
With paintings described as somewhere between Thomas Kinkade and paint-by-numbers, devout Trump supporter Jon McNaughton is unlikely to be featured in any major museums or galleries soon.
Selling his wares on his personal website, McNaughton releases his latest "patriotic Americana" paintings with announcements on social media, and on Wednesday he announced his latest effort. The title?
Senior Republican Senator Added to the Senate's Opening Prayer This Morning With a Pointed Message for Donald Trump
Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) wants to avoid another government shutdown. That's the pointed message he sent President Donald Trump as he spoke from the dais after the Senate's official morning prayer to open Senate business.
"Let’s all pray that the president will have wisdom to sign the bill so government doesn’t shut down,” Grassley said in his capacity as presiding officer of the Senate.
Donald Trump's 2020 Campaign Is Now Urging Supporters to Pay to Send Bricks to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, and Wait, Is That a Threat?
Brad Parscale, Donald Trump's 2020 presidential campaign manager, has urged supporters to send actual bricks to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer as the government shutdown—spurred on by the president's refusal to sign a stopgap funding bill because he disagreed with Congress's decision not to provide his requested funding for his proposed border wall—continues.
The Republican Party Just Tried to Explain the Shutdown With Six Simple Tweets, Got Immediately Smacked Down With Instant Fact Checks
The Republican National Committee attempted to blame the government shutdown––now in its 28th day––on Democrats and cast President Donald Trump as an innocent victim in six rapid-fire tweets.
The RNC claimed that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's unwillingness to negotiate had caused the shutdown.
People Can't Stop Mocking the Associated Press for Its Questionable 'Fact Check' of the Border Wall Funding Impasse
The Associated Press's fact-check of President Donald Trump's Oval Office address Tuesday night has people on social media frustrated as the government shutdown continues into its 19th day.
"AP FACT CHECK: Democrats put the blame for the shutdown on Trump. But it takes two to tango," AP tweeted. "Trump's demand for $5.7 billion for his border wall is one reason for the budget impasse. The Democrats refusal to approve the money is another."