During the NCAA College Football Playoff championship Monday night in Atlanta, Trump was met with epic boos when he entered the stadium. And when it was time for “The Star-Spangled Banner,” 45 showed just how un-presidential he is, see below:
Yep, like a lip-sync for your life on RuPaul’s Drag Race — he doesn’t know the words. Trump should think twice before telling anyone what to do, especially if they using their constitutional right, during the national anthem. Kneeling is not disrespectful, being the leader of the free world and not knowing the damn words is downright trifling.
On December 13, Variety reported that PBS suspended Tavis Smiley from his half-hour interview program due to allegations of sexual misconduct. Tavis fought back against the accusations, telling Good Morning America, “PBS made a huge mistake here. They need to fix this, they need to correct it.” Now, it appears Tavis has already left PBS in the dust. The Associated Press reported Smiley landed a new show, “The Upside with Tavis Smiley, will be streamed online and shown on The Word Network, a religious-oriented cable and satellite channel directed at Black viewers. He also announced a five-city ‘town hall’ tour to talk about relationships in the workplace.” The show will focus on “inspirational stories instead of more general interest news and entertainment.” Tavis didn’t waste anytime moving on!
Ivanka Loves Oprah
While Donald Trump Jr. was hating on Oprah, another Trump felt the power of her Golden Globes speech — Ivanka. Yep, she praised Oprah’s speech on Twitter, see below:
That same day, Ivanka followed Democratic leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi on Twitter. What’s good, Ivanka? Are you about to join the resistance?
Good 'Ol Days: Barack Obama Was Nominated For President By The DNC 11 Years Ago
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"The future rewards those who press on. I don't have time to feel sorry for myself. I don't have time to complain. I'm going to press on."— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) February 18, 2019
-- President Barack Obama
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