Hillary Clinton isn’t the only person cashing in on her lies.
An online retailer was selling an 11.5 inch plush pant-suited “Lyin Hillary Doll” for the low, low price of $24.99, until the site – www.LyinHillaryDoll.com – sold out the day after the election.
The doll will “tell 18 unbelievable tales” including “Not a single one of my emails was classified,” “I don’t believe I ever lied – to the public,” and “When I got off the plane in Bosnia I had to dodge sniper fire.”
Now, at least one of the dolls is triggering Clinton supporters to vent their offense at an elderly couple in Smithfield, Rhode Island.
Will CNN chief Jeff Zucker hold a “news” production crew and correspondent accountable after they were caught on camera joking about Donald Trump’s plane crashing?
Correspondent Suzanne Malveaux was preparing for a live shot at Trump’s Carrier appearance in Indianapolis, Indiana on Thursday when a camera captured her banter with the on location production crew and likely a control room producer.
A clip published by Scott Jones shows Malveaux three different times prior to the live report.
One of the challenges that we’ve been talking about now is the way social media and the Internet have changed what people receive as news. I was just talking to my political director, David Simas. He was looking at his Facebook page and some links from high school friends of his, some of whom were now passing around crazy stuff about, you know, Obama has banned the Pledge of Allegiance.
On Wednesday morning, Facebook, the social media site increasingly known as the “world’s most dangerous censor,” told yours truly that a picture depicting an eagle and a U.S. flag violates their “community standards,” and further issued a 30-day ban. Worse yet, I never even posted the photo.
Police believe they’ve identified at least one suspect involved in “F*** Trump” graffiti on a Philadelphia grocery store – Assistant City Solicitor Duncan Lloyd.
Philadelphia police released surveillance video of the vandalism incident Nov. 25 that showed two men casually strolling down the sidewalk, one in a hoodie with his head down and the other in a blue blazer, khakis and neck scarf, carrying a glass of wine.
The man in the hoodie then spray painted the wall of the Fresh Market, a new grocery store on Germantown Avenue in the upscale Chestnut Hill neighborhood. The man with the wine is seen recording the graffiti on his cell phone from behind.
Elizabeth Warren’s hysterical accusations against Donald Trump and his advisors are apparently up for negotiation.
The Massachusetts senator, dubbed “Fauxcahontas,” “Liawatha,” and other clever names for fudging her ethnicity to boost her academic career, appeared on CNN and in the span of less than 60 seconds, modified her accusation against Trump advisor Steve Bannon.