Some fans are critical of Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Lisa Barlow’s 2016 campaign donations to Republican Senator Ted Cruz. The context of the time, and her current charity efforts, seem tell a much different story about where she stands on the issues today.
Melania Trump is on record saying she hates decorating for Christmas and thinks it’s a huge pain in the ass. Sources close to Melania are also saying, very much off-the-record, that she considers her marriage to Donald Trump “over.” The odds are very much against it — but will the Melania Trump Christmas 2020 theme have anything to do with the seemingly inexorable split?
In what honestly comes as a surprise, 21-year-old Jed Duggar lost his very first race for public office. And despite the R next to his name and whatever war chest Jim Bob handed him, the Jed Duggar election result was really more like a drubbing. To quote another, better-known Jed, the lad “got rogered but good.”
We’re a little over two months away from the start of Joe Biden’s presidency. But the person who currently holds that office hasn’t shown any sign he’s ready to take the L and move on. So, will Donald Trump leave the White House peacefully? Or will the Secret Service actually have to remove him by force after Biden gets sworn in?
It was the absolute best and most fitting way for Donald Trump’s presidency to end. And it didn’t involve any electoral drama, political intrigue, or embarrassing White House standoffs. No, the Trump event at Four Seasons Total Landscaping in Philadelphia was the perfect end of the Trump era because it was a distillation of everything about the man: a big promise, a lot of buildup, stone-faced commitment to a ridiculous mistake. And then, ultimately, nothing of substance at all.
If you’d have asked us about Jill Dillard’s politics before today, we’d have guessed they were as far to the right as the rest of her family. But a recent Instagram post has some of Jill’s fans — as well as her haters — scratching their heads. Is it possible? Could it be? Did a Duggar family just endorse…Joe Biden for president?
If, during a pandemic, you don’t wear a mask, your job requires you to be around people, and the people around you almost never wear masks, then it’s really only a matter of time until you get sick. But it was still a surprise to get official confirmation early this morning: Trump has COVID, and so does the First Lady.
If you needed further proof that Kanye West’s 2020 campaign is only a bizarre ego trip, you’ll find it in the latest feature on the would-be presidential spoiler. According to Forbes’ sources, Kanye and Jared Kushner — the same Kushner who’s Donald Trump’s son-in-law and campaign chairman — talk “almost daily” and it’s likewise almost a given that the White House is exploiting Kanye’s mental illness (to say nothing of his skin color) for their own electoral purposes.
Thanks to a supremely late entry and a campaign equal parts secretive and disorganized, Kanye West is all but eliminated from the 2020 US presidential race as even a serious spoiler. It all comes down to ballot access — and where is Kanye on the ballot? As of this writing, he’s managed to be included in only three states. And, by contrast, there’s a long and growing list of states where Kanye can no longer get on the ballot at all.
Five years after he first hinted at a political run, it seems Kanye West might finally be going through with this thing. Last night, the 43-year-old announced his intention to run for President of the United States — this year, with just months to go before the election. So is Kanye for real? How seriously should anyone take this man? And could his Star Wars housing plan for the homeless earn him more support than your average political observer might expect?