Lena Dunham is all in for Hillary Clinton. The millennial heartthrob interviewed the prominent grandmother in September, asking how younger generations could get excited to vote for a candidate that lacks charisma. “If you can’t get excited, be pragmatic and do it anyway,” Clinton explained.
Dunham in currently on the campaign trail in New Hampshire rallying supporters and taking over the candidate’s Instagram account. She’s also telling big fat lies just like Hillary does all the time.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are leading the race to be their party’s nominee for president in 2016. A Trump-Clinton general election matchup would be a clash of political titans, and inspire a media circus the likes of which the world has never seen. Ratings would be through the roof, like you wouldn’t believe. Voters will have to decide between two candidate who are similar in many ways, but also very different. Here’s a look at the things that set them apart.
Most non-mainstream experts believe Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is likely to become the first presidential candidate since George Washington to win the White House by unanimous electoral college vote. This outcome became even more likely on Thursday when Trump secured the coveted endorsement of Russian strongman Vladimir Putin. Once elected, Trump wife, former Czech super model Melania Knauss Trump, will assume the office of First Lady. We think she is terrifically suited for the job, and here are 16 fabulous reasons why:
For Hillary, life hasn’t always been about wiping secret email servers and leveraging political influence to maximize speaking fees at Goldman Sachs conferences. Her campaign, for example, is celebrating Throwback Thursday this week with “some of Hillary’s best #TBT moments.” So we decided to do the same.
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has risen to the top of the polls by appealing to hardworking Americans who value intellectual genius, good looks, and dead terrorists. Both the mainstream media and their allies in the GOP establishment have sought to derail his candidacy with malicious falsehoods because he threatens their politically correct open-borders agenda. Trump’s latest proposal, which would ban Muslims from entering the country until our government can “figure out what’s going on,” has been wildly denounced by talking heads and politicians sympathetic to the jihad movement.
We live in serious times. We are led by serious politicians whose noble actions are dutifully reported by a serious media. There is hope for the future. Maybe, maybe not. One thing is certain: If you read the following political headlines you will immediately be compelled to trade in all of your possessions for an enchanted accordion and lead a band of blissful gypsies on a spiritual quest into the unknown wilderness. Enjoy!
Donald Trump has said it’s hard for his political opponents to attack him on his appearance because he is “so good looking.” We decided to let our analysts take a crack at this assertion, and what they found may surprise you. They determined that Trump is, in fact, quite ugly and overweight. Most people in the world are more attractive than he is, including these ten: