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2/26/2017

President Trump Not Attending Annual WHCA Dinner

Filed under: General — Dana @ 11:34 am

[guest post by Dana]

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Who can blame him?

While some individuals believe that Trump’s opting out of the dinner “suggests he’d rather resign than divulge his taxes, much less divest his assets,” more rational people seem to either not really care, or can understand why the president would decline the invitation. And then there is the priceless response from members of the media

At one time, political preferences and the advocacy for specific politicians was reserved for the Opinion pages, but for media watchers, we have witnessed the political preferences of journalists become commonplace in the reporting of hard news. There can be no doubt that this president would be facing a hostile crowd. And for a profession where the job is to report the news with at least an appearance of objectivity, to have been repeatedly caught flashing its biased underpants while simultaneously proclaiming members will be fact-checking this administration, (one assumes when not pushing Fake News), the absurdity of such an assembly becomes all the more apparent. Even if for one night. This is what happens when journalism happily surrenders to eight years of Obama worship. There can be little doubt that the preferred side of the aisle remains the left side. And if you’re The New York Times, and just now announcing that “the truth if more important than ever,” all that does is confirm our suspicions that truth really wasn’t the priority these past eight years. Thus the cynicism with which we regard you is obviously well deserved. That said, why would President Trump voluntarily subject himself to an inevitable onslaught of angry and venomous mockery from a group still licking their wounds from the devastating election loss which resulted in their preferred candidate being relegated to attending Broadway shows when she’s not wandering the woods of New York.

Of course, if President Trump had not been exposed early on for telling untruths and denying he said what he provably did say , as well as revealing his own authoritarian tendencies toward the press, the relationship may not have soured as quickly. Further, when the President of the United States continues to blast the mainstream media and refers to specific outlets as Fake News and enemies of the people, as well as echoing Steve Bannon’s accusation that the media “is the opposition party,” it’s easy to see why he would not want to face an assembled group of enemies. And let’s face it, this president is far too thinned-skin, insecure, and petty to be able to enter a den of lions with any amount of self-deprecating humor and aplomb. And while President Trump has made himself an easy target ripe for the picking, there should be no doubt that any Republican in the Oval Office would be targeted by a left-leaning press. It’s just that President Trump has given them way more red meat than I think any other possible contender would have. You can argue that it’s because he is not a politician, nor experienced in the ways of Washington, but I would suggest that to say that is to willfully ignore his fundamental character flaws which are the biggest stumbling blocks of all.

The best thing that can come out of this would be an end to the WHCA dinner. At a moneyed schmooze fest where politicians, journalists, and Hollywood come together in an unholy alliance of smug, self-congratulatory bluster and bullshit, lines get crossed that shouldn’t be, if maintaining impartiality in reporting really matters.

Both the press and the president have shown themselves to be more than willing to be less than honorable when it suits their agendas. Distrust of both is not mutually exclusive. In fact, it’s prudent to view both with a big healthy dose of suspicion. They brought this on themselves.

(Cross-posted at The Jury Talks Back.)

–Dana

101 Responses to “President Trump Not Attending Annual WHCA Dinner”

  1. Good morning.

    Dana (023079)

  2. Hello, Dana.

    I would also have advised Trump not to attend, except in full hazmat gear, and not touching anything, eating anything or drinking anything.

    And the response of the spurned “popular girls” is priceless.

    nk (dbc370)

  3. nk,

    That is funny. I would say that the hubris and self-importance of the press blinds the entity to its deceptiveness, but the truth is, it’s all willful and with intent.

    Dana (023079)

  4. Very Tom Brokaw, who has avoiding attending the thing since it went glitzy in the days of Fawn Hall.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  5. I think maybe it’s just that he didn’t have any good jokes.

    Sammy Finkelman (8dcc71)

  6. Love you Sammy Finkleman!

    Dana (023079)

  7. It’s kind of like the Oscars for the press. Meh.

    Colonel Haiku (d3e242)

  8. But … but … the news reports were already written!

    ras (23f154)

  9. The New York Times reports that December was its best month for on-line subscriptions in five years.

    Maybe it’s just me,but I feel like both sides are colluding in manipulating people for their own gain.

    NC Mountain Girl (ca196a)

  10. I think the event has gotten ridiculous anyway.

    It is a nice tradition of respect to an American institution, and I was always impressed that Bush and Reagan went. Obama and Clinton get no credit because they really are on their side.

    The democrat that succeeds Trump is going to look so presidential just by showing up.

    Dustin (ba94b2)

  11. This:

    The democrat that succeeds Trump is going to look so presidential just by showing up.

    Dana (023079)

  12. They also told us Benghazi was because of a video and Zimmerman murdered trayvon martin.

    narciso (d1f714)

  13. And adding to the “credibility” of the press: The Washington Post has just hired John Podesta.

    Dana (023079)

  14. Then there’s this;
    dailycaller.com/2017/02/26/basic-reporting-errors-lead-media-to-falsely-report-trump-pay-to-play-allegations

    narciso (d1f714)

  15. R.I.P. Judge Joe Wapner of The People’s Court

    Icy (f1c111)

  16. The NYT is apt to lose those people next December. The Dec. ’17 cancellations may exceed the Dec. ’16 new subscriptions.

    urbanleftbehind (847a06)

  17. journalists aren’t just trashy anymore they’re uncommonly stupid

    i hope they invite a douchewad like stephen colbert to tell us who they are

    yuk it up, propaganda sluts

    yuk. it. up.

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  18. I would hope this ends this gathering of hypocrites. I wish President Trump would end all athletic teams – pro and college from playing groupie for a day at the W.H.

    mg (31009b)

  19. https://www.shapeways.com/product/SCD3B2NJD/donald-trump-plug
    The media will be handing these out.

    mg (31009b)

  20. “WHY ARE DEMOCRAT-MONOPOLY INDUSTRIES SUCH CESSPITS OF SEXISM AND RACISM? The Stars of Sexist and Racist Hollywood Shine Bright Tonight.”

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/258329/

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  21. NC Mountain Girl (ca196a) — 2/26/2017 @ 12:13 pm
    Who knew that the NYT believed in the power of the purse when it came to the market:
    “Eager for truth? Save 50% on a Times subscription.” (recent email)
    Perhaps when they discount it another 50%…..

    askeptic (340f22)

  22. I get those emails from the NYT. That would be the last newspaper I’d ever subscribe to.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  23. The Sunday edition of the New York Times is great…

    … for when you’re packing for a move.

    John Hitchcock (98eb78)

  24. @dustin,

    “The democrat that succeeds Trump is going to look so presidential just by showing up.”

    (I get the sarcasm, BTW)

    Of course, if the Democrat establishment doesn’t pull its head out of its fat behind, Trump isn’t going to be succeeded by a Democrat. All the signs point to their niminating Shrillay again in 2020. At that level of cluelessness, gods alone know what lame, establishment bozo they’ll put up in 2024.

    C. S. P. Schofield (99bd37)

  25. I would love to see Doug Llewelyn interviewing people as they come out of Judge Wapner’s funeral.

    Pinandpuller (062e66)

  26. Was Judge Wapner preceded in death by his partner, Rusty the baliff?

    Pinandpuller (062e66)

  27. Back in the ’70’s, I was a news reporter in downtown LA. I remember Judge Wapner very well as he was a prominent judge that had recently ran the entire LA Superior Court as the Presiding Judge.

    He and his bailiff, Rusty, came into the press room to tell everyone he was retiring and starting this television show called People’s Court. I though to myself, good luck with that.

    AZ Bob (f7a491)

  28. On the topic of President Trump not attending the press dinner. I heard someone on the Sunday talk shows say:

    Would you buy Girl Scout cookies from a girl that just egged your house?

    AZ Bob (f7a491)

  29. THE DEFINITION OF CHUTZPAH
    A little old lady sold pretzels on a street corner for 25 cents each. Every day a young man would leave his office building at lunch time, and as he passed the pretzel stand, he would leave her a quarter, but he never took a pretzel.

    And this went on for more then 3 years. The two of them never spoke. One day, as the young man passed the old lady’s stand and left his quarter as usual, the pretzel lady spoke to him.

    “Sir, I appreciate your business. You are a very good customer, but I have to tell you that the pretzel price has gone up to 35 cents.”

    nk (dbc370)

  30. The People’s Court may have been a big hit but it can’t have been great for LA tourism.

    The one case I can remember involved mistaken identity and a guy getting sucker punched in a parking lot.

    Pinandpuller (062e66)

  31. meryl sells pretzels?

    i bet they some yummy-ass pretzels

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  32. Trump got this far by tearing up the Republican establishment playbook.

    Higher, farther.

    Pinandpuller (062e66)

  33. All the signs point to their niminating Shrillay again in 2020. At that level of cluelessness, gods alone know what lame, establishment bozo they’ll put up in 2024.

    C. S. P. Schofield

    That would be unfathomably stupid. I almost want to laugh.

    Dustin (ba94b2)

  34. The last newspaper I saw was in The City on the Edge of Forever.

    *spoiler alert

    Joan Collins gets hit by a truck.

    Pinandpuller (062e66)

  35. He is dancing with the one that brung him, and giving the cold shoulder to the ones that never call. That is good.

    But wait, there’s more. From any point of view, whatever one may think of either the President or the media, they should not be cosy and kumbaya.

    nk (dbc370)

  36. How’s this for a binary choice:

    Throw a 34 year old altruistic in love with you Joan Collins under a truck or Hitler rules the world.

    Pinandpuller (062e66)

  37. An interesting detail they turned up in the national archives, the Nazis were much closer to a bomb then we thought.

    narciso (7d5b61)

  38. Obama Roast Trump at Correspondents Dinner
    //\\ actual search phrase that popped up at me on auto complete.

    I got though correspondents… and there it was.

    So banish all thought of this being about “thin skins”.

    THe truth is the White House correspondents have been skinning us pretty regular. They are not correspondents. They are Democrat court eunochs, which is conventient for if they ever get what they deserve it won’t hurt as much or damage something they might miss.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  39. Why didn’t the guy who wrote Tulsa Time sue over Achy Breaky Heart? He had a much better case than the Gaye Thicke dude.

    Pinandpuller (062e66)

  40. ““Look, it’s really simple, The SAT 50 years ago pulled a lot of smart people out of every little town in America and funneled them into a small number of elite institutions, where they married each other, had kids, and moved to an even smaller number of elite neighborhoods. We created the most effective meritocracy ever.”

    “But the problem with the meritocracy, is that it leeches all the empathy out of your society … The second you think that all your good fortune is a product of your virtue, you become highly judgmental, lacking empathy, totally without self-awareness, arrogant, stupid—I mean all the stuff that our ruling class is.”

    — Tucker Carlson

    To be clear, I don’t think he was talking about the media lapdogs, but those who the lapdogs suck up to and/or perform lap dances for.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  41. The media political crossbreeding gets you labradoodle lapdogs who come pre-neutered.

    Pinandpuller (062e66)

  42. Obama Roast Donald Trump 2011

    Quite a while these make believe reporters have been tongue bathing the crap off their [edit]heel Resident.

    At least five years of roasting President Trump already. Just pop in a disk from yesteryear and save the tux rental.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  43. We won. I won. Bless the baby Jesus.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  44. Of course, if the Democrat establishment doesn’t pull its head out of its fat behind, Trump isn’t going to be succeeded by a Democrat

    At some point all those Trump voters will realize they’ve been conned. He’s made promises which if fulfilled will make things worse, promises which if fulfilled will actually result in nothing of importance, and promises he can’t fulfill.

    Victims of a con man can go through long stags of denial, so this may not happen until after 2020, but it will happen, and when it does, the Democrats will obviously benefit. The later it happens, the worse for the GOP, which will have carried his water all that time. The best hope for the GOP is that voters dump him no later than 2019, which will allow another GOP candidate to emerge in time for 2020. If his name is Ted Cruz, so much the better.

    kishnevi (857e3e)

  45. Oscars shock: Academy strips nomination for ’13 Hours’ sound mixer

    Reminds me of Ali wanting to molest women, and still be in right with the “lord”, so he goes Muslim.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  46. Just a coincidence, tiger, so farhadi really speaks to power re the sepah’s regime right?

    narciso (d1f714)

  47. @44 there you go again.

    Trump won’t win. Trump will drop out any minute. Trump won’t serve. Trump will be impeached. Trump will resign for sure. Trump won’t win again.

    Rinse repeat.

    Rush kind of said as much to people who were convinced Obama didn’t want a second term.

    Pinandpuller (062e66)

  48. Global warming scientists, atheists and never trumpers put a lot of faith in their projections, is what I’m saying.

    Pinandpuller (062e66)

  49. #47 Pinandpuller, I realize that the true conservatives such as our pal Dustin are talking about impeachment, but I’m still holding out hope that Ted Cruz will become the nominee in 2016.
    And if he doesn’t, then maybe Gary Johnson will carry the torch.
    By the way, what’s your scouting report on Evan MacGuffin? (LOL)

    If worse comes to worse, we can always vote for Hillary because I hear there’s a 17% likelihood she’ll nominate that Neil Gorsuch guy to the Supreme Court!

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  50. 47. As I said, victims of a con man go through long stages of denial. And that’s only after they glimpse the fact they have been conned. Like many, you have yet to reach that far.

    Personally, I think Trump will probably be reelected in 2020, unless he decides for himself he only wants one term. I doubt he will do that. However, being a lousy President and getting reelected are not incompatible things, as Barack Obama proves.

    kishnevi (857e3e)

  51. kish

    My thought is why a con man would go to all the trouble and abuse of 5 correspondents roasts (attending as the duck) with a matched set of attendance at Al Smith (GOP roasts) dinners, only to blow a kings ransom with a matching drop from protest boycotts?

    BTW Al Smith’s Wiki page is sort of interesting. Dude rose to the highest levels a pick pocket could hope to achieve on the drunks and hookers vote.
    And yet it says:
    Alfred Emanuel “Al” Smith (December 30, 1873 – October 4, 1944) was an American statesman who was elected Governor of New York four times and was the Democratic U.S. presidential candidate in 1928. He was the foremost urban leader of the efficiency-oriented Progressive Movement and was noted for …”

    American statesman – only person wikipedia describes in that fashion.

    Have yet to find a Republican decribed as “American statesman”.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  52. His kids and in-laws will more than make up the losses with government construction and housing contracts and foreign bribes. They’ll make the Clintons and their foundation look penny-ante.

    nk (dbc370)

  53. Meanwhile house speaker bercow (over there) pushed for the settlement of Al harith and probably this Al mugheera character also a UK citizen now in syria

    narciso (d1f714)

  54. Another skrying spell and portend reader. Mirror mirror on the wall, tell nk who’s worst of all.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  55. As Robert Jordan say in ‘red October you lost another one;

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4261004/amp/Freed-British-Gitmo-inmate-fighting-jihad-Syria.html

    narciso (d1f714)

  56. i say it’s a good thing that the people who were running the clinton foundation aren’t now running the irs, the justice dept, and foreign policy

    two words; neil gorsuch

    some people disagree
    we have a name for them
    but the other name we have for them is “nevertrumpers”

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  57. Actually Wikipedia uses the term for a number of people, most of them 18th-19th century. Most important ones I saw on the first couple of pages of results were John Jay and Elihu Root.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?search=American+statesman&fulltext=search&searchToken=es0nhsjr5j1qrbufphv0ox512

    The list would be shorter if you left out the results linked to the Austin newspaper.

    It may be a substitute for politician, or useful for men who also did stuff outside of politics. In Smith’s case, he was CEO of the company that owned and built the Empire State Building while it was being built.

    kishnevi (857e3e)

  58. Back in Al Smith’s day alter boys would perform certain favors for their chaplain.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  59. Tis late at night to augur in rhyme;
    I’ll say your sooth some other time.

    nk (dbc370)

  60. I’m guessing its one of the fellows in the mail story:
    https://www.theguardian.com/media/2007/jun/03/broadcasting.observerreview

    narciso (d1f714)

  61. i’m so glad that la la land didn’t win best pic
    it was a bad musical that thought it was better than everything done by rodgers & hammerstein or stanley donen

    it’s bad enough that glee became a bad tv series

    if la la land had won, it would merely encourage more bad musicals
    let’s not do that
    thanks, academy voters

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  62. Did Steve Harvey have anything to do with this production?

    narciso (d1f714)

  63. What would you propose, Dana? That Trump continue to support the fiction of an independent press? How has going along with that lie ever served Republican interests?

    Doc Rampage (5dfeef)

  64. Beatty never could read his lines.

    “Oops.” – Rick Perry, GOP Presidential Debate, 2013

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  65. All is inanity in #NeverTrumpland.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  66. Carly Simon must be laughing at Warren Beatty’s vanity.

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  67. @65. Seems the excuse Beatty is pushing is they handed him the “wrong envelope.”

    Have worked awards shows like this.

    That isn’t possible. They have one envelope for one winner in each category.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  68. @67– He was preening instead of reading, wasn’t he.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  69. Its the last envelope of the evening. So that can’t be if.

    narciso (d1f714)

  70. They’re Gump they’re Gump they’re Gump
    They ain’t too smart
    They’re Gump they’re Gump they’re Gump
    Some call it Art

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  71. Joke’s on them.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  72. A night of virtue signaling, piggly wiggling and viewer giggling.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  73. Warren Beatty in… Teh Paraexlax View

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  74. Prediction: They’ll have Baldwin there instead.

    Kevin M (25bbee)

  75. the ruskies hacked hollyweed

    mg (31009b)

  76. The democrat that succeeds Trump is going to look so presidential just by showing up.

    What convinces you that a Democrat will succeed Trump? Several things could happen:

    1. Trump is a great success and is re-elected in a landslide. He finishes up his two terms one of the most beloved presidents ever. Unemployment is 3% and the DOW is at 40,000. Pence and Rubio fight it out for the nomination.

    2. After losing the House in the midterms (hard to lose the Senate, though) and careening from one disaster to the next, Trump comes in 5th in Iowa. Romney is finally elected President by a nation tired of amateurs.

    3. After losing the House in the midterms and nearly starting a war with Mexico, Trump is impeached and convicted nearly unanimously. President Pence serves with distinction until 2028.

    Kevin M (25bbee)

  77. Hollywood loves telling the world how it should be run but can’t even run their own awards show.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  78. Obviously actors need directors.

    mg (31009b)

  79. Now they say they used two envelopes, one on either side of the stage, because they can’t manage who comes in from which side on a global TV broadcast?!?!? The disclaimer PWC has some explaining to do what with the tag at the end of the show about secure envelopes and nobody knowing who wins until they’re opened on the air. Regardless, this is what happens when you let television production parameters run your event. Cub Scouts can do this w/o a hassle, so should Hollywood.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  80. What convinces you that a Democrat will succeed Trump? Several things could happen:

    1. Trump is a great success and is re-elected in a landslide. He finishes up his two terms one of the most beloved presidents ever. Unemployment is 3% and the DOW is at 40,000. Pence and Rubio fight it out for the nomination.

    2. After losing the House in the midterms (hard to lose the Senate, though) and careening from one disaster to the next, Trump comes in 5th in Iowa. Romney is finally elected President by a nation tired of amateurs.

    3. After losing the House in the midterms and nearly starting a war with Mexico, Trump is impeached and convicted nearly unanimously. President Pence serves with distinction until 2028.

    Kevin M (25bbee)

    Oh, I have no idea what’s going to happen. I would have ranked Obama serving a third term as more likely than Trump being elected so I honestly have no credibility on predictions. What can I say?

    But I’ll offer a $100 bet to charity of respective winner’s choice that Trump is succeeded by a democrat. If impeached, then this refers to the next elected president.

    Dustin (ba94b2)

  81. It’s a disservice to Paxton’s memory the heavy handed way the History Channel production took control of the online promotion of Texas Rising.
    They astroturfed YouTube so that something that should have been organic and spontaneous done by people who loved the show, has been manicured turned to a mechanical pantomime of life.
    Topiary shaped like movie clips, so they could squeeze out another nickle.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  82. Doc Rampage!

    nk (dbc370)

  83. Mirror mirror on the wall, tell nk who’s worst of all.

    Trump’s not the worst, I do confess;
    Tis those who are crawling up his ass.

    nk (dbc370)

  84. impossible to out hate no trumpers.

    mg (31009b)

  85. “PRIORITIES: Trump Seeks Sharp Increases In Military Spending, “Drastic Cuts” To State Department, EPA.

    It ought to be an entertaining speech he gives to Congress tomorrow night. I’ll report in to the PJMedia homepage at about 8:45pm Eastern for the first Trump Administration primetime drunkblog.”

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/258370/

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  86. That will Conan level lamentation, tomorrow coronell
    Rosa Brooks, snorfle, and Robert Reich will be in the ‘shadow cabinet’ re axios

    narciso (12c204)

  87. “I want to thank the Academy… this is the proudest moment of my life… my dear wife… this is so wonderful… WHA???? Huh?”

    Colonel Haiku (d3e242)

  88. Yes, narciso… the dwarf economist and crew…

    Colonel Haiku (d3e242)

  89. Teh hoitiest of teh toity…

    Colonel Haiku (d3e242)

  90. It really is quite absurd coronello, and its delivered with dead pan earnestness of airplane.

    narciso (d1f714)

  91. NC Mountain Girl @9.
    The New York Times reports that December was its best month for on-line subscriptions in five years

    16. urbanleftbehind (847a06) — 2/26/2017 @ 12:56 pm

    The NYT is apt to lose those people next December. The Dec. ’17 cancellations may exceed the Dec. ’16 new subscriptions.

    21. askeptic (340f22) — 2/26/2017 @ 1:59 pm

    Eager for truth? Save 50% on a Times subscription.” (recent email)
    Perhaps when they discount it another 50%…..

    I think those subscription offers are just for 3 months – and they are extended automatically at the going rate, once every 4 weeks, currenly $62 with home delivery. The Wall Street Journal can be gotten for a lot cheaper.

    Sammy Finkelman (8dcc71)

  92. 36. puller (062e66) — 2/26/2017 @ 6:27 pm

    Well, you know that Star Trek episode was fiction. It was implausible anyway that she’d be so successful, or that it would matter so much. And you’d think that Captain Kirk, if he took some time and put hismind to it, could figure another way out. He could even take her aboard the Enterprise. But because it is supposed to be about time travel and the past, the writers did it that way.

    Sammy Finkelman (8dcc71)

  93. The current NBC television series, Timeless, is just gibberish. That can’t even decide whether doing something in the past changes the present or not. They killed the mayor of Chicago maybe 2 years early in one episode – yet nothing. But one character loses her sister, whose existence is nullified.

    And none of its basic theme makes any sense.

    And they are always traveling to some place and time that Lucy just happens to have researched, but that’s not woven into the plot, which they could do. They get facts wrong too, of course, someof hich is irritating. And we have one character worrying about not carrying ID in 1931 Chicago, yet nobody notices the fact that Al Capone’s brother was able to change and keep secret his identity.

    Sammy Finkelman (8dcc71)

  94. DCSCA (797bc0) — 2/26/2017 @ 10:02 pm

    They have one envelope for one winner in each category. No, they say they have to, and screenshots taken off the TV, show that in fact he got an envelope that said “Best Actress”

    Supposedly, the reason they have two, is that way there’s one stage left and one stage right, and they can hand it more smoothly to whoever is doing the announcing. A better reason might be that the winner is secret and they have the second envelope in case the envelope gets lost or misplaced.

    Sammy Finkelman (8dcc71)

  95. That should have been:

    They have one envelope for one winner in each category.

    No, they say they have to, and screenshots taken off the TV, show that in fact he got an envelope that said “Best Actress”

    The print saying what category it is, is very tiny and at the bottom.

    Donald Trump missed a chance for jokes.

    Sammy Finkelman (8dcc71)

  96. 89, remnant of the kibbutz era?

    urbanleftbehind (c8adc7)

  97. That’s because Bill Thompson wasn’t a consequential figure, killing off cornwallis 20 years earlier that s something else.

    narciso (a94033)

  98. Producer said to be “devastated” upon learning she had died…

    https://twitter.com/Variety/status/836261867882323968/photo/1

    Colonel Haiku (d3e242)

  99. The truth has been “more important than ever” for a long time. They didn’t care then. They don’t care now.

    Darren M. (a4eb00)


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