President Trump called into 'Hannity' Thursday night, to clarify comments he made during Tuesday’s presidential debate concerning white supremacist groups and the Proud Boys.
"I post a lot of stuff on Facebook, so I thought a few of my friends would chime in," Herbert Smith says of posting the bar's dress code. "But what happened next I was not expecting."
"I grew up in this environment...I think it's made me more comfortable in my own skin, and isn't that an amazing gift to be able to give to your children if one can be?"
During the third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas on Oct. 19, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump concluded his initial remarks about his proposed immigration policies by saying, “We have some bad hombres, and we’re going to get them out.”
At the third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Oct. 19, moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News asked Republican nominee Donald Trump to about the mounting allegations from a women accusing Trump of groping, sexual harassment and sexual assault.
The thread on Mumsnet titled “Am I being unreasonable to not wear clean clothes everyday” began with original poster Happyhippy45 saying that her other half thought she was a “bit minky” as she doesn’t wash every item of her clothing every day. “I think loads of people smell bad.
An hour before the second debate began, Donald Trump had several women who'd accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault seated near him to recount their allegations.
Trump’s bro-talk, what he describes as locker-room banter, dehumanizes women, experts say. And they fear its repercussions if he is elected president.
The build up to this year’s presidential election will be remembered forever. Not only has it been filled with some pretty shocking…
Was Melania Trump subtly signaling her support for Democratic presidential nominee and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton through her wardrobe choice this evening?
It’s hard to believe that it’s been over 25 years since Hillary Clinton entered the nationwide public spotlight. From campaigning on her husband’s bids for president of the United States to her own spectacular political career, Hillary Clinton has always shown a strong, complex and, yes, polarizing perspective on women in politics and power. Nothing seems to symbolize that power more than the constant reflection on her power suits – from 1992’s lime green outfit on “60 Minutes” to the powerful red outfit on her winning debate appearance in 2016.
Twenty years later, a fierce and fabulous Alicia Machado, former Miss Universe 1996, isn’t intimidated by former pageant owner Donald Trump anymore.
Each candidate wore colors generally associated with the other’s political party. Clinton selected a warm, crimson ensemble in traditional Republican red, whereas Trump opted for a tie in royal blue — a rallying hue for the Democratic Party.
The public tantrum is something every parent dreads but would you want a stranger disciplining their children? [Photo: Giphy]