After Trump Says He's 'Building a Wall in Colorado,' Democratic Senator Ingeniously Redraws U.S. Map to Make It So
President Donald Trump spoke to energy workers at the Shale Insight Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Wednesday night.
The rambling speech lasted a little over an hour, with Trump predictably railing against witch hunts and Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT). One claim, however, stood out when the President brought up his long-sought wall at the southern border.
Trump Dismisses Elizabeth Warren's Crowd Size at Washington Square Park Rally Because 'Anybody Could Do That'
President Donald Trump is, once again, preoccupying himself with crowd size, but this time it's not his own.
Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) held a campaign rally in New York City's Washington Square Park, where Warren campaign officials estimated approximately 20,000 people in attendance, though the New York City Parks and Recreation Department has yet to confirm these numbers, but it was Warren's largest live audience so far.
Donald Trump Tweeted 'We Will Build a Human Wall If Necessary,' So That's Basically What A Bunch of Trump Supporters Decided to Do
Last week, President Donald Trump claimed that the "crisis" at our nation's border is so catastrophic that "We will build a Human Wall if necessary."
Governor of New Mexico Just Ordered National Guard Troops Removed From the Mexico Border With a Savage AF Statement Against Trump
Democratic New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham ordered a withdrawal of most of the state's National Guard troops from the southern border in a direct rebuke of President Donald Trump and his fixation with a non-existent border crisis.
Lujan Grisham, New Mexico's first Latina governor, said:
The First Two Native American Women Members of Congress Just Had the Most Pure Reaction to Being Sworn in, and People Are Loving It
Indian, American Indian, Native American, Native, Indigenous, Aboriginal or First Nations, the designation given by the United States government and popular culture for the Indigenous peoples of the Americas evolved since first contact over 500 years ago.
During that time, the United States was born, grew and evolved as well.