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Twitter users -- including Rep. Eric Swalwell -- reminded the GOP senator of his NSFW gaffe.
The "gonna tell my kids" meme on Twitter has people sharing images of certain celebrities who aren't really those celebrities.
Critics pointed out that Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman is a decorated combat veteran, while Trump recently fled a book signing "because people were being mean."
"Sorry we're late, my husband had to drive around the parking lot 5 times till he found a spot he liked."
Marie Kondo's shop offers necessities like a $50 "tuning fork" and a $96 ladle.
The music executive's Twitter post came amid an ongoing clash between Big Machine Label Group and the superstar.
The "Fox & Friends" co-host urged the president to stay off Twitter and let his GOP allies "fight it out" with Democrats in the impeachment inquiry.
There was a distinct fart-like sound as Rep. Eric Swalwell spoke with Chris Matthews.
Despite ridicule, Gov. Kristi Noem defended the quirky campaign to battle the "epidemic" of methamphetamine abuse in her state.
People are sharing pictures of their own little "demon babies" after one parent's image of her baby monitor went completely viral.
One critic asked the president, "She scares you, doesn't she?"
"My husband and I decided we don't want to have children. We will be telling them tonight."
"Disney princesses gave me unrealistic expectations that I'd have adorable animal servants and way more naps."
For the second time this week, the Republican congressman broached the rumor.
The president smeared the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine in what Rep. Adam Schiff called "witness intimidation in real time."
The tweets about San Francisco came minutes before former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch began testifying in the House impeachment probe.
As former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch testified before the House Intelligence Committee, President Trump attacked her on Twitter. Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) gave her a chance to respond in real time.
The vice president said the Trump administration remains "resolved to bring this scourge of school shootings to an end."
One Twitter user wants the next prez not to have a Twitter account.
Cardi B, Chance the Rapper, Green Day, Billie Eilish and more read Twitter trolls' harsh posts.