All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘president’

Ivana Trump Said She Was ‘Raped’ By Donald Trump, Believes He Will Make A Great President

Ivana Trump thinks her ex-husband Donald Trump will be the next U. S. president. Ivana was having dinner with designer Domenico Vacca at Le Bilboquet when she made the statement. In a separate occasion, Ivana said Donald would make “an incredible president.” This was after she defended her ex-husband against an old report that resurfaced recently. The report which was …

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GOP Wishing Donald Trump Would Go Away?

The GOP is having a hard enough time as it is. The last thing they need is an opportunistic also-ran like Donald Trump distracting voters. Donald Trump threw down the gauntlet of red meat when he announced his candidacy by offending all of Mexico and all the Mexican immigrants that the GOP is already so desperate to win over to …

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Ivanka Trump Gets Her Wish As Donald Trump Runs For President

Ivanka Trump surely knew. About a week ago the daughter of billionaire Donald Trump told CNBC’s Closing Bell that she hoped her father would run for for President of the United States. “I would support him and encourage him wholeheartedly,” Ivanka Trump said at the time. Ivanka Trump felt that her father would be successful as President, and she said …

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Ben Carson Isn’t Yet Running, May Not Win, But Can’t Lose

Gatewood Galbraith was a perennial candidate in Kentucky for years. The Lexington-based attorney is something of a folk hero in the state, especially now that he has died. Stickers and spray-painted images of Gatewood made with stencils appear on street signs, overpasses, and other handy displays around Lexington. Gatewood — for he is known by his first name throughout the …

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Medium Now Counts Barack Obama Among Its Users

The White House announced that the president has joined Medium, the blogging platform Twitter co-founder Evan Williams launched roughly a year ago. Lindsay Holst and Kori Schulman wrote in a post on The White House blog on Thursday: We’re really excited to announce that the White House joined Medium, a new, self-publishing platform that encourages people to share ideas and …

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Mitt Romney Says He Is The Best Option For President

Most politicians like to talk about themselves and brag about how good they are at what they do. Mitt Romney has been pretty blunt with his feelings about the presidential candidates and recently said that he knows for a fact that he would make the best president. “No question about that in my mind,” the former Massachusetts governor and 2012 …

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Obama Approval Rating Hits New Low in California

With unrest increasing throughout many parts of the world and in the U.S., President Obama’s national approval ratings continue to hover in the low 40s. In addition, new polling data is showing that the president may be losing support in Democrat strongholds as well. A new poll released today by the Field Research corporation shows that Obama’s approval rating has …

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Obama Approval Rating Doesn’t Do Democrat Candidates Any Favors

A recent Rasmussen poll shows President Barack Obama’s approval rating numbers leave a lot to be desired. The numbers from the Rasmussen Daily Tracking poll as of August 27 are: Strongly Approve: 21% Strongly Disapprove: 41% Total Approve: 46% Total Disapprove: 53% If you follow that link above and scan down the daily numbers, you will see that Obama’s approval …

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Jimmy Carter Calls Out Climate Skeptic Nutcases

In 1979, President Jimmy Carter became the first president to install solar panels on the White House. At the time, the nation was facing an impending oil crisis from the Arab Oil Embargo and Carter was cementing his presidential legacy as the one president, besides Teddy Roosevelt, to give a damn about the environment. Not only did he add 32 …

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Bill Clinton Still the Cock of the Walk

Bill Clinton’s second term in office may have been plagued by scandal. The Monica Lewinsky discovery coming at the end of a long bout of investigations and special prosecutor sprawl that wound up going nowhere left America feeling drained. Little did we know what was coming just a short time later. But since leaving the White House, Bill Clinton’s stock …

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Janelle Monae Has Secret Video Of Obama Dancing

Janelle Monae has some serious blackmail on President Barack Obama! While at the Democratic National Committee fundraiser on Wednesday, July 23, Obama revealed that Monae has a “secret” video of him dancing with R&B singer Usher. The event took place at Shonda Rimes’, the creator of the hit show Scandal and ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, home where Monae and Obama were …

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Hillary Clinton Drops Blatant Hints About Running

Ordinarily, when Hillary Clinton is being asked about her plans to run for president in 2016, she is very coy about the whole thing. She pivots effortlessly from talk of whether she will run or not to the kinds of problems that she would address if she, in fact, were President. And she does so without you seeing the sleight …

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Monica Lewinsky: Can She Help Hillary’s Campaign?

There are certain people who will probably never be able to outrun the reputation they have gotten in this celebrity-crazed society. Whether deserved or not, and no matter what came before or after the defining moment that attached itself to them, some names have a shadow over them that may never shake. Yoko Ono is unfairly characterized as having “broken …

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Elizabeth Warren Won’t Run For President

Senator Elizabeth Warren has left little room for doubt that she has no plans to run for President in 2016. In fact, many Democrats are now shifting to hope that she might run with Hillary Clinton as veep choice. But even that is in shadow as many point out that Warren, smart and fiery as she may be, lacks the …

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George W. Bush a Better President Than Obama, According to New Poll

President Obama’s approval poll numbers have been sitting at low levels for months now. The botched roll-out of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) healthcare markets hit his approval numbers hard. The government shutdown of 2013, though caused by House Republicans, dragged down the president’s approval numbers as Americans grew ever-more tired of legislative gridlock. Foreign policy headaches such as the …

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Obama Slur Forces Police Commissioner To Resign

A police commissioner of a New Hampshire town has resigned after admitting to using a racial slur to describe President Obama. 82-year-old Robert Copeland announced his resignation on Sunday, according to the Board of Selectmen Chair Linda Murray. “The town is pleased,” Murray said. “This gives us the opportunity to move on. We are a very accepting community that really …

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1805 Letter Penned by Thomas Jefferson Goes on Sale

A July 24, 1805 letter written by United States Founding Father and President Thomas Jefferson went on sale for $35,000 in Philadelphia. The Raab Collection is handling the transaction, after an anonymous private collector came forth with the one-page historical note, which had never before been seen by the public, or examined by scholars. The letter was penned by Jefferson …

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Sarah Palin Challenge Hillary for President?

Sarah Palin is a firebrand. She was the darling of the political Right during the 2008 race for President of the U.S. Interestingly, she wasn’t even running for President. John McCain was. But she took the Repub blogosphere, and the mainstream press, by storm with her good looks, designer glasses, and folksy chatter. Democrats were insulted by her, particularly women. …

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Joe Biden: Could We Get a President Gaffe?

“An hour late? Oh, give me a f**king break!” –Joe Biden Anytime you bring up Joe Biden’s name, the first word out of the mouth of someone standing nearby is “gaffe”. In fact, before Biden got onto the Dem ticket in 2008, you could count on one hand the number of times you heard the word “gaffe” in a year. …

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Chelsea Clinton: The First Woman President?

Chelsea Clinton has lived in the political spotlight for most of her life. Her parents have both been actively involved in politics, so it just makes sense that Chelsea would be too. As the daughter of former president Bill Clinton, Chelsea has been asked on numerous occasions if she has ever thought about running for office. Normally, Clinton answers with …

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Hillary Clinton: I’m Thinking About It

It is the burning political question on everyone’s mind — no, not “Who’s John Galt?” — but rather: Will Hillary Clinton run? Many people take it as a foregone conclusion that Clinton will run for President in 2016. Hillary had loads of support in her 2008 primary run, which many see as only being derailed by a popular swell of …

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Andrej Kiska Defeats PM Fico in Slovak Presidential Election

In a somewhat stunning turn of events, political newcomer and philanthropist Andrej Kiska was elected President of Slovakia, defeating the current Prime Minister and the most popular politician in Slovakia, Robert Fico, in quite convincing fashion, obtaining 59.4 percent of the vote to Fico’s 40.6 percent. The victory marks the first occasion of a Slovak president being elected without any …

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President Obama Interviewed On ‘Between Two Ferns’

Okay. Between Two Ferns is a deadpan internet comedy series hosted on video website Funny or Die starring comedian Zach Galifianakis as a talk show host who invites various celebrities to sit down (literally, between two ferns) for an interview on a set that resembles something out of 90’s public-access television. *Phew* If you’re familiar with The Hangover star whose last …

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Sarah Palin: A Presidential Run in 2016 is Possible

Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin has been a busy woman lately. Between promoting her latest book, preparing for a new TV show, and speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) over the weekend, Palin has had a lot on her plate. As busy as the mom and former governor is, things could get even busier, as Palin says she …

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Elizabeth Hurley Denies Bill Clinton Affair

Just about everyone knows that actor Tom Sizemore has a long history of drug problems. And now we also know for sure that Sizemore is quite a storyteller. Somehow RadarOnline reportedly got their hands on a 1998 recording which has the Heat actor claiming to have set up his ex-girlfriend, model and actress Elizabeth Hurley, with former President Bill Clinton. …

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Monica Lewinsky Scandal Still Haunting The Clintons

It seems like the Clintons just can’t get away from Monica Lewinsky. Although the affair between Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky allegedly occurred many years ago, Monica could cause some trouble for Hillary Clinton if she decides to run for president. While most people will always remember the Monica Lewinsky scandal and Bill Clinton’s impeachment based on alleged acts of …

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Cristina Fernandez Breaks Public Silence

Argentina’s president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, made her first public appearance since December 19, 2013 on Wednesday. Fernandez has faced criticism for her recent month of silence and absence from the public eye. During her televised speech, Fernandez announced a 600-peso ($87) a month stipend for students. The Argentine president also mocked the criticism she has received for her absence …

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Michelle Bachelet Wins Chilean Presidential Election

Only once in America’s 237 year history has a president been elected to serve non-consecutive terms. That president was Grover Cleveland, who served as our 22nd President from 1885-1889 and our 24th President from 1893-1897. While the event is uncommon here in the United States, it happened for the first time in Chile’s 23 year old democracy this Sunday when …

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Obama Wants To Host ESPN’s “SportsCenter”

Perhaps you want to get the latest coverage on your favorite sports team; you flip the channel over to ESPN, and bam! There he is, your former president. Because in the future, it’s very possible that Americans may get another four, five, even six or more years with Barack Obama. That’s because he wants to be the host for ESPN’s …

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Celebrities Honor Nelson Mandela Via Social Media

Nelson Mandela was an influential man. He was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary who became imprisoned. Then later in his life, he became a philanthropist, serving as the President of South Africa. Mandela was the first black African American to be an elected official. He lived a life of struggle, hard work and dedication. Mandela passed away yesterday, Dec. 5, …

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