Trump says bombs will be going off ‘all over the country’ because ‘we’ve been weak’
Reacting to the explosions in New Jersey and New York this weekend, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump warned Monday the U.S. may see more terrorist strikes because "our country's been weak."
When Trump is President, the first thing he will do after a terror attack is go on TV and say, "I knew this would happen. See how right I was about this? This is an amazing day for me." - Andy Borowitz
The World Is A Safer Place Without Saddam
- Trump accuses White House of downplaying Islamic State threat after bombings
- FBI says there's "no indication" of a terror cell in the New York-area bombings
- Corey Lewandowski Tries To Blame All Immigrants For New York Bomber
- Clinton accuses Trump of helping Islamic State recruit more fighters
- Cookie box with Arabic writing causes panic after being left at Pennsylvania gas station
- Marine drill instructor 'put Muslim recruit in the clothes dryer'
1) Read tweets about Ahmad Khan Rahami
2) Note who's excited for a terror attack to help their candidate
3) Don't vote for their candidate
- John Fugelsang
BREAKING: Putin endorses Trump, which is totally not weird and nobody should freak out over a Russian dictator taking sides in US election. - Tea Party Cat
Ahmad Khan Rahami, earlier named as a "person of interest" in the weekend explosions in New York City and New Jersey, was taken into custody and hospitalized this morning after a shootout with police in Linden, New Jersey, the Union County acting prosecutor said today.
- Trump camp: Clinton trying to distract from "horrible record" by accusing Trump of treason
- Twitter explodes at Andrea Mitchell for declaring Trump ‘tough’ on terror but Clinton ‘off message’
- Minnesota police chief shames Fox News after they try goading him to bash Somali immigrants
- Republican friendships shatter over Trump
- Trump's Response to the New York Bombing: Racial Profiling on a Mass Scale
STOP comparing Trump to Hitler - Hitler didn't lie to get 5 deferments to avoid serving in a war he supported.- John Fugelsang
Security Officials Want Transparency From Trump
A Newsweek article about Donald Trump’s foreign business entanglements has prompted 55 former U.S. government and national security officials to publish an open letter calling for transparency regarding the Trump Organization’s dealings.
Scarborough Is No Different From Trump, Both Are Opportunists
The entire panel of guests on MSNBC’s Morning Joe took on show’s namesake host, Joe Scarborough, on Monday after he came to the defense of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s thinly-veiled assassination comments about Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton.
Clinton & Ali opposed the war, defied draft. Trump, W, Cheney, Rush supported the war, dodged draft. Notice a difference?- John Fugelsang
When Hillary Clinton says she’s going to make public colleges and universities tuition-free, you know what? That's a very big deal.- Bernie Sanders
Rock The Voter News
- Trump leads Clinton by 2 points nationwide
- Biden: "I’m not going to stay on" in a Clinton White House
- Why Hillary Clinton Gets Interrupted More than Donald Trump
Hillary Is A Terrorist? I Bet bin Laden Thought Otherwise.
Donald Trump claimed in a statement Monday afternoon that terrorist groups are “hoping and praying” Hillary Clinton is elected president, turning a criticism she often lobs his way on its head.
Remember: This November you can help elect President Donald Trump just by voting for Gary Johnson or Jill Stein! Happy Election Year!- Seth MacFarlane
George Wallace didn't come up with segregation either, but at least he never tried to blame it on Hillary Clinton.- LOLGOP
- US oil settles at $43.30 a barrel, up 27 cents, or 0.63%
- Kmart Said to Close 64 More Stores as Sears Division Retrenches
- Donald Trump’s tax plan now favors the ultra-rich even more
TRUMP ECONOMIC PLAN CALLS FOR EVERY AMERICAN TO INHERIT MILLIONS FROM FATHER. - Andy Borowitz
I Would've Named The B-21 "Ridiculously Expensive"
The US Air Force has picked a name to go with the number for its next long-range bomber—even though it will be nearly a decade before the aircraft comes into service. After sifting through 2,100 unique names submitted in a contest run by the Air Force Global Strike Command (the successor to the Strategic Air Command), the Air Force's leadership selected "Raider" as the official name for the B-21.
I Just Wish NFL Players Could Find A Way To Protest Without Starting A National Dialogue - The Onion