The featured word cloud shows the words said the most during the press conference held by President Donald Trump on February 16th. These are words spoken by Trump and the reporters asking questions. The larger words were spoken more often. Articles (like “the”) have been excluded. Word cloud was made with http://www.tagxedo.com Transcript of press… Continue reading Word cloud shows focus of Trump press conference
Donald Trump sent out a tweet in response to criticism that Steve Bannon is the one in charge behind the scenes in the White House. Trump wrote, “I call my own shots, largely based on an accumulation of data, and everyone knows it.” I call my own shots, largely based on an accumulation of data,… Continue reading Trump tweets that he calls his own shots, largely based on an accumulation of data.
Appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, social critic and comedian Lewis Black commented on President Donald Trump’s election and his first days in office. “I never saw this one coming,” he said of the election. When asked about Trump’s executive order travel ban, Lewis stated, “The amount of energy for these people to… Continue reading Lewis Black fires off on Trump’s first days in office in Late Show interview.
President Donald Trump defended his choice to immediately begin the travel ban on immigrants and travelers from seven countries, rather than delaying a week. He commented that the “bad” would rush in and that there are “a lot of bad dudes out there.” If the ban were announced with a one week notice, the "bad"… Continue reading Trump Defends Rushing Travel Ban on Twitter
Photo by Win McNamee/UPI President Donald Trump took time in his speech to the National Prayer Breakfast to comment on how actor, and former governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger had replaced him on the television show The Apprentice. “We had tremendous success on The Apprentice and when I ran for president i had to leave… Continue reading Trump Uses Prayer Breakfast to Criticize Schwarzenegger on Apprentice Ratings
Photo by Jewel Samad/Agence France-Presse via Getty Images Iraq and other world nations are responding to President Donald Trump’s ban on refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries. In Iraq, Renas Jano, a member of the parliament’s foreign affairs committee, stated that “it is very likely that Iraq will stop granting U.S. citizens entry visas.” Iran… Continue reading Iraq Likely Will Stop granting U.S. Citizens Entry Visas
Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images The Democratic Party senators are considering backing off a big battle over President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. Instead they may delay the battle to a future nomination that could shift the ideological balance of the court. United States federal judges serve for life, including Supreme Court judges.… Continue reading Democrats consider letting Republicans confirm Trump’s Supreme Court pick