Comedian Michelle Wolf, the keynote speaker at the White House Correspondents' dinner on Saturday night, drew applause and hisses alike with an adult-themed assault on Trump aides such as press spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders with vulgar and explicit language.
For the second year in a row, President Trump skipped the dinner, but Wolf managed to get her digs in and then some, especially at the expense of Sanders, sitting a few feet away on the dais, in front of 3,000 at the Hilton hotel in Washington DC.: “Every time Sarah steps up to the podium, I get excited. I’m not really sure what we’re going to get, you know? A press briefing, a bunch of lies or divided into softball teams. ‘It’s shirts and skins, and this time don’t be such a little bitch, (CNN correspondent) Jim Acosta."
Trump's decision to strike Syria militarily was necessary, but anything this president does is scary
EDGEWATER, Fla. -- With President Trump having ordered military strikes against Syria in response to Assad gassing his own people, I wonder why anyone would actually think we as a people would survive all-out nuclear war should it come to that.
DELTONA, FLA. -- A man is shot in the back in a drug-related incident in his Deltona residence a couple of days ago. Another man is stabbed to death Friday night in his Deltona home. A little more than a week ago a man was murdered in the Burger King restaurant.
Daytona Beach Shores cop fired for racist parody of himself as a black man with afro, goatee and stereotypical drugs & gun images on Snapchat
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YouTube download / AP video / President Harry Truman relieves Gen. Douglas Mcarthur of his command in Asia; Napoleon Bonaparte banished to Island of Elba; American soldiers liberate first Nazi concentration camp; Idi Amin deposed as Uganda's President; Apollo 13 blasts off (April 11).
YouTube download / AP video / AP National Security Writer Robert Burns lays out the range of options the Trump administration has available to it in response to the Assad regime's reported use of chemical weapons in Syria. ++NOTE Graphic photos of attack aftermath++ (April 10) .
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