Rosie O’Donnellthinks Donald Trump has a snowball’s chance in hell of being reelected in 2020 … because it’s really hard to run for office when you’re sitting in prison.
We got the comedian Wednesday in NYC, and asked if she had any thoughts on Trump’s chances to be a two-term President. Rosie says there’s no way in hell that’s happening and adds … the American people won’t let it happen.
She makes it clear she has faith citizens will bounce back from what she describes as Trump’s “tyranny,” and — to borrow one of his fave phrases — lock HIM up.
Watch … Rosie also has some fiery thoughts on Trump’s chances of getting his beloved border wall.
Donald Trump thinks the Clemson football team — a collection of some of the finest athletes in the country — are a bunch of burger-scarfin’, pizza-inhalin’ gluttons … so that’s what he’s serving ’em at the White House.
The National Champs are scheduled to meet with POTUS and 1600 Penn on Monday (weather permitting) and for some reason, Donald thinks he knows about the team’s food preferences.
“I think we’re going to serve McDonald’s, Wendy’s and Burger King with some pizza,” Trump said. “I really mean it, It will be interesting. And, I would think that’s their favorite food.”
No disrespect to Mickey D’s or his highness, the Burgher King … but why would Trump think a bunch of broke college students would want fast food instead of a steak, sushi or fancy stuff they don’t usually get in the school cafeteria?!
Dabo Swinney and his players are set to arrive at the White House Monday night. We’ll see how they react to the menu.
Dabo and the Tigers met Trump at the White House after the national championship victory a couple years ago — maybe the guys made the food request back then?
President Trump had time to reflect on Jeff Bezos‘ divorce drama — and he let it rip on Sunday by trashing the Amazon honcho … while praising the National Enquirer.
Trump just tweeted, “So sorry to hear the news about Jeff Bozo being taken down by a competitor whose reporting, I understand, is far more accurate than the reporting in his lobbyist newspaper, the Amazon Washington Post.”
So sorry to hear the news about Jeff Bozo being taken down by a competitor whose reporting, I understand, is far more accurate than the reporting in his lobbyist newspaper, the Amazon Washington Post. Hopefully the paper will soon be placed in better & more responsible hands!
DT continued … “Hopefully the paper will soon be placed in better & more responsible hands!”
Bezos owns WaPo — and, of course, Trump doesn’t like the way they cover him … much like the “Failing New York Times.” Regarding the Nat’l Enquirer, the tabloid published alleged text messages between Bezos and GF Lauren Sanchez after he announced he and MacKenzie Bezos were getting a divorce.
Trump seems to be implying that the paper forced Jeff’s hand.
We broke the story … Jeff and MacKenzie don’t have a prenup, and his $ 137 billion fortune could be on the line as the divorce proceeds.
President Trumpis congratulating the Clemson Tigers for winning the national championship … because he’s just announced that Dabo Swinney‘s football team will visit the White House next week, and it’s a big win for the Prez.
POTUS announced Friday he’s hosting the Tigers in our nation’s capital Monday, the second time in three years Clemson will visit 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Dabo’s squad also shook hands with Trump in June 2017 after winning it all.
I look forward to hosting, right out of the great State of South Carolina, the 2019 NCAA Football Champion Clemson Tigers at the White House on Monday, January 14th. What a game, what a coach, what a team!
Getting Clemson to the White House is huge for Trump. It’s no longer an automatic for major sports champions to visit the President.
Remember, team visits to the White House became routine in the 1980s … until the NBA champion Golden State Warriors started a trend last summer by making clear they wouldn’t visit Trump.
The Philadelphia Eagles threatened to boycott the White House after winning last year’s Super Bowl, and they never showed.
The Villanova Wildcats didn’t visit the White House after winning last year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Ditto for the NHL’s Washington Capitals.
Like Clemson, the World Series champion Boston Red Sox accepted Trump’s invitation, and pitcher Heath Hembree famously told us he f*cks with Trump. The Sox will visit sometime during the upcoming MLB season.
Just the possibility of President Trump‘s impeachment was enough for the Escobar family to collect millions upon millions of bucks … according to Pablo’s bro, who’s pissed GoFundMe censored his cause.
Sources connected to Pablo Escobar‘s brother, Roberto, tells TMZ … his ByeByeTrump GoFundMe campaign had raised upwards of $ 10 mil while the page was still live … for just 10 hours.
The crowdfunding site yanked the page to investigate where the money was going. A screenshot of the page prior to it getting shut down shows a balance of $ 10,786,980.
We broke the story … Roberto and the rest of Escobar Inc. started the campaign in an effort to impeach the U.S. Prez. They were gunning for $ 50 million to finance “intelligence research, lobby firms and lawyers” they said would help get Trump impeached in the States.
In response, GoFundMe pulled the page pending more clarification on the funds’ use and purpose. Our sources say the Escobars responded to GoFundMe with the info they wanted … but the page was still down as of Thursday.
We’ve reached out to GoFundMe for comment … so far, no word back.
A rep for Escobar Inc. — the holding company dedicated to the late Colombian drug kingpin — tells us that it plans on taking its impeachment efforts to another site, where they’ll be accepting cryptocurrency donations instead of government regulated funds.
We’re told the Escobars believe the U.S. government (and Trump himself) got involved in derailing their efforts … but insist they won’t be deterred.
Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib has no misgivings about referring to President Trump as a “motherf***er,” and says her statement sends a message — not only to Trump, but to women.
We got Michigan’s freshman Rep. in D.C. and asked about the controversial remark she made on her first day in the House — “We’re going to go in and impeach the motherf****er.”
Tlaib caught of ton of flak, especially from the right, for her spicy language — but she told us she simply got caught up in the moment. She doesn’t apologize, though, and strongly insinuates there’s a double standard when it comes to women expressing anger in the workplace.
Democrat Rashida Tlaib during her first day as a U.S. Congresswoman: “We’re going to go in and impeach the motherf**ker.” pic.twitter.com/hG538ZOQlb
Sen. Joe Manchin thinks folks should really tune in to President Trump‘s televised address to the nation on the border “crisis” … even if that means screwing over Ellen DeGeneres.
We got the West Virginia Senator Tuesday in D.C., where our photog asked how Trump’s border address later in the evening would measure up to Ellen’s ‘Game of Games’ … and which one should take precedent for the American people.
Translation: which broadcast will be sillier and have more entertainment value — Trump or Ellen? Perhaps unsurprisingly, Manchin says DT’s the one to watch tonight.
I am pleased to inform you that I will Address the Nation on the Humanitarian and National Security crisis on our Southern Border. Tuesday night at 9:00 P.M. Eastern.
Trump and the Dems can’t come to a resolution to fund the border wall, which is why the federal government is in day 18 of a partial shutdown. So, Manchin’s right … there’s a lot riding on Trump’s speech tonight.
The Prez tweeted he’d be addressing the nation about the “Humanitarian and National Security crisis” at the border.
Trump’s address starts at 9 PM ET, so on the east coast it’ll creep into hour 2 of Ellen’s NBC broadcast, and your fave programs on other networks — looking at you, “Black-ish.”
Pablo Escobar‘s family needs your help to make another person disappear — this time, it’s President Trump they want out … but, apparently, it’ll be no cheap feat.
The brother of the deceased Colombian drug kingpin, Roberto (aka El Osito), has started a GoFundMe campaign seeking at least $ 50 million in donations to bolster his company’s efforts to impeach the U.S. Prez. Sounds totally legit … we’re listening.
Roberto and his associates at Escobar Inc. are soliciting anyone and everyone to kick in cash toward their crowdfunding page to finance “intelligence research, lobby firms and lawyers” that could ultimately lead to Trump’s downfall in Congress. Hmmmmm … yes, go on.
Roberto claims he’s already got dirt on Trump from previous alleged business dealings between DT and the Escobar company … among other things. Roberto says his dirty secrets on Trump are something Special Counsel Robert Mueller would wanna hear.
He sounds pretty confident in himself, saying, “I am the brother of a Latino hero, I have eliminated many people from power … Trump will be impeached.” We’ll give him this … the Escobars have definitely (allegedly) gotten rid of some folks in their day.
Maybe it’s just us, but it’s weird that Roberto and co. are asking for a cool $ 50 mil to fund this project if they’ve already got the goods on Trump.
Snoop Dogg‘s got thoughts on the government shutdown and a message for furloughed workers who might still be team Trump after this … Trump doesn’t care about ya.
Snoop posted a hilarious video this weekend in which he directly comments on the shutdown that’s now in its 16th day with no end in sight. He says everyone who works for the government that aren’t being paid right now must reconsider their POTUS pick in 2020.
He goes on to say that any federal worker who still votes Trump in a couple years are some “stupid motherf***ers.” He says furloughed employees are being treated unfairly, and the fact that DT can’t (or won’t) come to a resolution can only mean one thing … “this punk motherf***er don’t care.”
The MC urges potential Trump voters to seriously reconsider and even makes an appeal to blue-collar workers whom he says are still suffering.
Snoop ends with one last F-U to Trump … at least he’s consistent on that front.