Minutes after the clock struck 6 a.m. ET on Friday, President Donald Trump was up and tweeting. But he wasn’t voicing displeasure with his own party, the Russia probe or 2016 campaign rival Hillary Clinton.
Debbie Reynolds had just one day to mourn the death of her daughter before she, too, died.
A beer-drinking hooligan snuck up behind a young woman in a German subway station — and randomly kicked her down a flight of stairs, sending her tumbling to the ground below, a shocking new video
MS DOS turned Microsoft into one of the world’s most powerful software companies. Its famous prompt has finally been quietly replaced.
The president-elect hasn’t made clear how he will avoid conflicts between his vast empire and his official duties.
Freed of the burden of sucking up to party leaders, the GOP nominee was the same as ever.
It’s not an easy time to be a Trump supporter. After all, the globalists are about to get their way, their once invincible champion has fallen at the hands of Billy Bush, and Truth as they know it as good as dead. The alt-right wingnuts are in panic mode, and the view is phenomenal.