Once President Donald Trump sent out this tweet ridiculing Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (D-NY), the floodgates opened for the USA Today editorial board to dig deeply into his character.
Lightweight Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a total flunky for Chuck Schumer and someone who would come to my office “begging” for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them), is now in the ring fighting against Trump. Very disloyal to Bill & Crooked-USED!
Although this is no anomaly for Donald Trump, USA Today’s editorial team felt the U.S. President crossed the line dissing Kirsten Gillibrand. The harsh nature of his words bring no added value to a political system already riddled with distractions.
With the recent announcement of Senator Al Franken of Minnesota resigning due to sexual misconduct allegations, some stories have resurfaced in the same realm about President Donald Trump. For some reason, the Republican Party will not get to the bottom of the man who represents their party.
Whether you believe the allegations or not, they are nasty stories no one should even be accused for. Here’s one of nineteen, just so you can get a taste of these accusations if you are still willfully ignorant.
Year: Early 1990s
Allegation: Anderson told TheWashington Post in October 2016 that she encountered Trump at an unnamed Manhattan nightspot when he was seated next to her on a red velvet couch. She said that Trump slid his fingers up her skirt and touched her through her underwear. The newspaper quoted friends of Anderson who said she gave them the same account shortly thereafter and in the years that followed.
Response: “Mr. Trump strongly denies this phony allegation by someone looking to get some free publicity,” Hope Hicks, a Trump campaign spokeswoman and the current White House communications director, told the Post. “It is totally ridiculous.”
Status: Anderson has not spoken to news outlets since the election.
In the next few days, Australia will become the 26th nation to legalize gay marriage. Following a unanimous poll gathered earlier this year, Australian parliament have seen how they have treated homosexuals unequally, and are now willing to take the necessary steps to ensuring their great citizens have equal rights.
“This debate has been the soundtrack to our relationship,” an emotional Tim Wilson said to his partner Ryan Bolger. You can read more about this heartwarming story here.
Paul Ryan said in a statement that the nation’s “goal is not only to raise awareness, but also make abundantly clear that harassment in any form has no place in this institution.”
It’s ironic how President Donald Trump was clearly outright with his sexual misconduct in the past but still got elected as #45.
When you think about it, you really can’t be too surprised about Trump’s sexist tendencies, as we are seeing a recent boom in male celebrities having their ghosts coming back to haunt them, such as the hilarious Louis C.K, now declared homosexual Kevin Spacey, and classic Harvey Weinstein.