Wow, POTUS really does live rent-free in these peoples’ heads.

Oh wait, President Trump lives in the White House 🙂

Via NewsBusters.

An unfolding terrorist attack in New York City wasn’t enough to derail CNN’s obsession with Donald Trump. Forty minutes after attempted-suicide bomber Akayed Ullah attempted on Monday to murder people with a bomb, New Day journalists lost interest. Co-host Alisyn Camerota had more important topics: Trump’s appreciation of Diet Coke.

At 7:58 a.m. ET, the journalist broke in with this developing story: “We do have some breaking news we are following right now because there are emergency crews in New York City. They are responding to some type of possible explosion. We understand it’s near the Port Authority bus terminal.” By 8:38am, she was moving on: “We do have more information for you about President Trump’s habits inside the White House.”….

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  1. pamelarice says:

    There are just no words…surely this must be parody.

  2. Maynard says:

    The bomber got here thanks to “chain migration”. The logic that justified chain migration would more appropriately be applied to chain deportation.

  3. Alain41 says:

    The prosecutorial media hopng if you can indict a ham sandwich then you can impeach a diet coke. Trump should drink out of 32oz cups to troll them.

  4. Maynard says:

    Flashing back to an Abraham Lincoln anecdote.

    The story of Abraham Lincoln’s humorous response to criticisms of General Ulysses S. Grant’s imbibing is famous. The earliest instance QI has found appeared in the New York Herald on September 18, 1863:

    After the failure of his first experimental explorations around Vicksburg, a committee of abolition war managers waited upon the President and demanded the General’s removal, on the false charge that he was a whiskey drinker, and little better than a common drunkard. “Ah!” exclaimed Honest Old Abe, “you surprise me, gentlemen. But can you tell me where he gets his whiskey?” “We cannot, Mr. President. But why do you desire to know?” “Because, if I can only find out, I will send a barrel of this wonderful whiskey to every general in the army.”

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