These Are All The 'Clinton Scandals' The Trumps May Now Be In Trouble For

In some kind of ultimate pot-calling-the-kettle-black turn of events, the Trump administration has been suspected of a growing laundry list of the same scandals that they’ve been hounding the Clintons for.

The most recent revelation is that Jared Kushner, along with at least five other current and former Trump administration members, including Steve Bannon and Ivanka Trump, have used private emails to conduct White House business.

The Daily Show‘s Trevor Noah noted the irony in his show on Tuesday, saying, “Private emails, working with Goldman Sachs, being shady with foundation money. I wouldn’t be shocked if we find out that they were also wearing pantsuits in secret.”

Noah also suggested that, in return, perhaps Hillary Clinton could adopt some of the things Trump has done:”She’s gotta start being racist to Mexicans, start sending out tweets at 3AM, and since Trump got to grab women by the p*ssy, Hillary gets to go around America yanking dudes by the d*ck.”

Here’s a clip of the segment:

Noah is on point as always.

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New Yorker Cartoon Perfectly Illustrates The Hiring Cycle In Trump’s White House

The New Yorker is one of our most respected publications, and for good reason — they occasionally foretell the future.

Case in point: 

On Wednesday, they published this brutally satirical cartoon:

Then, in accordance with the prophesies, it came brutally true.

Within just a day or two, we learned that White House Chief of Staff, Reince Priebus, widely seen as among Trump’s trusted inner circle, was let go following a blow up between him and the new White House Communications Director, seen below sizing Priebus up in the Oval Office.

Praise for the clairvoyant cartoon flooded the comments on Instagram.

Start the clock. We anxiously await The New Yorker’s inevitable next piece of illustrative clairvoyance.

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An Old Tweet Of President Trump’s Comes Back To Bite Him

It’s quite obvious that one of Donald Trump’s favorite things is Twitter. He tweets nearly every day, all hours of the day. It should come as no surprise that his past tweets are coming back to haunt him. With the  recent replacement of his Chief of Staff, Trump, once again, is doing exactly what he complained about on Twitter when Obama was in the White  House.      

Since Donald Trump joined Twitter in March 2009, he has tweeted 35.4 thousand times. 

What you post on the internet, stays on the internet, so it was only a matter of time for Trump’s tweets to come back and haunt him.

The newest addition to Trump’s twitter take backs is in reference to the replacement of his Chief of Staff, Reince Priebus.

The irony rings rampant in a tweet Trump posted in January 2012 where he rips former President Obama for replacing his Chief of Staff. 

In three years Obama had three Chiefs of Staff compared to Trump’s two Chiefs of Staff in seven months. 

Be careful what you tweet, Mr. Trump… they’ll come back to haunt you!

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Celebrities React to Donald Trump’s CNN Body Slam Tweet: ‘How the F— Are You a President’

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On Sunday, July 2nd, President Donald Trump tweeted a GIF of himself physically attacking someone meant to represent CNN, the major news network. The video, which features Trump pulling a man with “CNN” superimposed over his face to the ground and punching him repeatedly, was accompanied by the hashtags “#FraudNewsNetwork” and “#FNN.”

This tweet comes hot on the tails of the President’s blatantly sexist attack of Morning Joe hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, who he referred to as “low I.Q. crazy,” “dumb as a rock,” and “psycho.”

Many celebrities were aghast at the President’s tweet, and said as much on social media:

In our current state of affairs, who better to teach Trump about American history than a British author?

Others noted the profound double standard Trump takes advantage of:

Some celebrities were simply flabbergasted:

Mia Farrow was left completely speechless by the situation:

Others wondered aloud how much influence Trump’s staff has on his tweets (for better or worse):

Musicians like Zendaya offered some much-needed perspective:

John Legend shared his feelings with a simple message:

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The Trumps Just Had An Awkward Photo Op With The Pope, And The Memes Are Glorious

President Trump and family met the pope last night, and had a slightly awkward photo op.

As if the photo wasn’t awkward enough, the Internet immediately piled on.

How could they not? Just take a look at that photo! Trump, smiling wide… and his wife, his daughter, and the leader of the Roman Catholics not smiling with him.

The outcome? A hilarious meme parade of the highest religious order.

It’s nice to know that we can still have a laugh, even if Papa himself can’t even muster up a grin. Trump and Co. are headed back stateside soon, so let’s enjoy the relative national media calm and peace while we can.

We’ll be reporting on all sorts of calamities soon enough.

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