While Americans across the country were rightfully occupied with the racist chants from President Donald Trump's North Carolina rally this week, hardly anyone mentioned that Trump also said "g***amn" twice and "bulls***" once.
People didn't notice because public profanity has become a hallmark of Trump's presidency. After all, people infamously heard him brag about grabbing women "by the p***y," and he still managed to ascend to the highest office in the land.
Donald Trump Claimed He'll Cure Cancer If Re-Elected Minutes After Don Jr. Ripped Joe Biden For Making the Same Claim
Joseph "Beau" Robinette Biden III died of cancer in May of 2015. As a result, his father, Joseph "Joe" Robinette Biden Jr., made reference to curing cancer in a public appearance in Iowa on June 11.
People understood the importance for the former Vice President in light of the death of his eldest son and namesake from brain cancer. The younger Biden had been the 44th Attorney General of Maryland and also served the United States Army as a Major in the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps.
Reporter Who Tracks All of Donald Trump's 'False Claims' Just Revealed How Many Whoppers He Told in the Lead Up to the Midterms, and Yeah, We Sense a Pattern
Daniel Dale is the Washington Bureau Chief and White House correspondent for the Toronto Star—Canada's largest newspaper. Dale also is an expert on the false statements of President Donald Trump.
How does Dale know so much about Trump's lack of truthfulness?
We Now Know How Donald Trump's Endorsed Candidates Did on Tuesday Compared to Barack Obama's, and Hoo Boy, Trump Won't Be Happy
How important is an endorsement from the President toward a campaign win?
According to President Donald Trump's results in the 2018 midterms, not very. But former President Barack Obama's endorsement did carry value with his candidates being declared winner 52 percent of the time to Trump's 28 percent.
Trump Fan Was Asked If She Cared Whether Trump Lied at His Rally, and Her NSFW Response Has People Scratching Their Heads
Barbados native Rihanna joined a growing list of musical artists telling President Donald Trump to stop playing their music at his Make America Great Again rallies. The move came after journalist Philip Rucker posted a tweet about Trump's Tennessee rally on Sunday.
Rucker took to Twitter and said:
The Republican Party Just Memed Donald Trump's Line That the GOP is the 'Party For All Americans', Regretted It Almost Immediately
At a rally Thursday in Columbia, Missouri, President Donald Trump stated that the GOP was "the party of all Americans." Hoping to capitalize on the President's words, the Republican National Committee created a meme and posted it on Twitter.
Memes are not always kind to members of the Republican party. The Texas GOP stumbled in several attempts to promote GOP Senator Ted Cruz over Democratic challenger Beto O'Rourke. And Donald Trump Jr. fumbled several times while posting fake statistics and inaccurate information.