Thursday, December 10, 2015

Obama Press Secretary Accuses Donald Trump Of Wearing A Weave (LOL)

Shots Fired!

Josh Earnest

In black culture there is a slang phrase known as snatching someone's wig, meaning you've stated something that has absolutely insulted another person in an embarrassing manner. Well, White House Press Secretary, Josh Earnest, took it to a new level and somewhat literally in slamming the hairstyle of presidential candidate, Donald Trump. During a press conference at the White House in Washington, DC, Earnest told the media Trump has, "fake hair" and an "outrageous appearance." That's right, he's accusing Trump of wearing a weave (LOL). Oh, it just got real. Wig officially snatched (LOL).


Donald Trump

Trump was not amused at the comments by Earnest labeling them "disgusting" and "ridiculous." Trump further stated, "I assume he was joking, but for a presidential make that comment, I thought it was so ridiculous." However, Trump wants to be a "presidential person" as he puts it, yet he inexcusably mocked the appearance of disabled journalist, Serge Kovaleski and unkindly stated of Republican rival Carly Fiorina, "Look at that face! Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president." She is not ugly as articles stated he said of her, but Trump's attitude certainly is...

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'He lied. Just like Obama lied': Trump says White House press secretary's slam on his appearance was 'disgusting' and 'ridiculous' (though he assumes he was joking) 

Published: 15:17, 10 December 2015 | Updated: 18:56, 10 December 2015 - Donald Trump called the president's spokesman a liar today in response to the White House official's claim the billionaire has 'fake hair.' 'He lied. Just like Obama lied about Obamacare. Just like they lied about so much. This administration's one big lie.' Trump said, 'I assume he was joking, but for a presidential person, representing us in such tough times..for him to make that comment, I thought it was so ridiculous.' 'Isn't that disgusting for a presidential representative to make that comment?' Trump said during a phone interview on Fox and Friends. 

Carly Fiorina Responds To Trump Calling Her Ugly In Rolling Stone Cover Story: 'Look At That Face!'

By Brendan James @deep_beige On 09/10/15 AT 12:03 PM - Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina decided to brush off remarks from GOP front-runner Donald Trump after the mogul-turned-TV star-turned-candidate took a shot at her appearance in a new cover story for Rolling Stone. “Look at that face!” Trump told the magazine. “Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president?!” “I mean, she’s a woman, and I’m not s’posedta [sic] say bad things, but really, folks, come on. Are we serious?” he added.

On Fox News Wednesday night, host Megyn Kelly asked former Hewlett-Packard CEO Fiorina what Trump could have meant by those remarks. "You know, honestly Megyn, I'm not gonna spend a whole cycle wondering what Donald Trump means," Fiorina said with a laugh. "But maybe, just maybe, I'm getting under his skin a little bit, because I am climbing in the polls." "I think those comments speak for themselves," Fiorina said earlier in the interview.

New York Times slams 'outrageous' Donald Trump for mocking reporter's disability 
Thursday 26 November 2015 06.05 GMT - Last modified on Friday 27 November 2015 00.03 GMT - The New York Times has criticised Donald Trump as “outrageous” after the Republican presidential front-runner mocked one of its reporters and appeared to imitate his disability. In a speech to supporters on Tuesday night, Trump derided Serge Kovaleski – a reporter for the newspaper who has disputed Trump’s claim that “thousands” of Muslims in New Jersey celebrated the 9/11 attacks – while flailing and twisting his arms. Kovaleski has arthrogryposis, a congenital condition that affects joint movement.

In 2001, he was a journalist at the Washington Post and one of the authors of a report cited by Trump in defence of his 9/11 claim. (The Washington Post has since added a disclaimer to the report, distancing it from the claims.) The 2001 report said that “law enforcement authorities [in Jersey City] detained and questioned a number of people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attacks and holding tailgate-style parties on rooftops”.

In the wake of Trump’s insistence that “thousands and thousands of people were cheering” as the World Trade Center was destroyed, Kovaleski this week said he did not recall “anyone saying there were thousands, or even hundreds, of people celebrating”...