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When it comes to diversity, the presidents of the United States leave a lot to be desired—all presidents have been men and all but one have been white.

While a lack of diverse experiences in the Oval Office hasn't served the country well, it's made emoji representations of the 45 men in office easy to make.

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A blame-filled rant from the president on Twitter, not a new phenomenon, is drawing significant backlash from the online community.

This includes a particularly scathing comeback from GOP strategist and self-styled "media guy" Rick Wilson.

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Much to President Donald Trump's chagrin, 16 year old climate activist Greta Thunberg was named Time Magazine's Person of the Year.

Both the President and his son, Donald Trump Jr., tweeted to complain about the decision, with Trump—in the middle of over 100 tweets or retweets over the course of Thursday—tweeting that Thunberg should 'take care of her anger management problem.'

It wasn't long before Trump's campaign made matters even more ridiculous.

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Sixteen year old environmental rights activist Greta Thunberg was named Time Magazine's Person of the Year after taking the world by storm in 2019.

While congratulations for Thunberg inundated the internet, not everyone was pleased. One of the harshest—and most powerful—of Thunberg's critics was sitting in the White House.

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President Donald Trump has seared the phrase "fake news" into the cultural vernacular for decades to come, but all too often it's he who disseminates misrepresentations and blatant lies.

A tweet from Trump ahead of the first round of this week's public impeachment hearings against him was no different. The President shared a fake quote from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) regarding the electoral process.

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In early 2017, when then-White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer took the podium to give his first (then-daily) White House press briefing, few would have suspected that in just under three years and two press secretaries later, he would be competing on Season 28 of Dancing With the Stars.

But in the cosmic joke that is 2019, that's exactly what happened.

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On Saturday, the website created by Fox News pundit Tucker  Carlson—The Daily Caller—shared video of a horse who owes her name to a slip of the presidential digits.

The 3 year-old filly's name is Covfefe—and she's on a winning streak. Saturday she won the Breeder's Cup at the Santa Anita racetrack.

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