Speaking alongside other 2020 Democrat candidates at the New Hampshire Democratic Party convention, Biden mistakenly called Trump, "Donald Hump," while touting the current president and his administration as a moment "odious".
Biden and the crowd chuckled while Biden himself noted the mistake but was murmuring, "Freudian slip" as he was pursuing his speech. But a wise smile a few seconds later showed that, accidentally or not, Biden was still amused.
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Trump said in no uncertain terms that Apple would not be relieved of its administration commercial war against China. If Apple wants to produce its new strong Mac Pro Desktop PC in China, he will have to bear the same rates as everyone else.
Apple will not benefit from any tariff reduction or any repair for Mac Pro parts manufactured in China. Do them in the United States, not prices!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 26, 2019
Apple request for exemption Trump's 25 percent tariffs earlier this month. The iPhone maker would like to avoid additional taxes on its products made in China because, well, it could make its products already expensive. even more expensive.
Unfortunately for Apple, the company manufactures the majority of its hardware in China, and Trump does not like that. The Mac Pro was the last warranty, the latest Apple product made in the United States, until recently. Apple ran in significant production hurdles when you try to create the premium desktop computer in the United States. – specifically, he could not have enough screws.
If Apple transferred the production to the United States, the company would have to either increase the cost of the computer by $ 6,000, or assume the cost, which is not ideal.
Mashable has contacted Apple for a comment.
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Johnson has isolationist and anti-immigration views (he's basically the face behind Brexithe is strong and frank; and he has a mop of blond yellow hair. Sound familiar?
If you are sure you have seen this before, many people on Twitter agree with you. Johnson has been nicknamed "British Trump" and once you've noticed the similarities, it's pretty hard to separate the two. Many Americans have decided to reach out to their friends on the other side of the pond, starting with Tweets by "Dear UK" and offering advice, empathy and commentary. sly.
Dear British citizens,
We understood it – we did not vote for our guy either.
– Jake Maccoby (@jdmaccoby) July 23, 2019
Dear UK, at first we were all worried when we saw the news. But imagine our relief when our own daughter-wife Princess, another stable genie, told us it was United Kingston. It's there by the whales. I bet you would like to have the assets. pic.twitter.com/Wi07or7l7X
– Diane Toucan (@DianeToucan) July 23, 2019
Dear United Kingdom,
We understand it: a fraction of the population of your country, which is not representative of the whole country, has offered you the idiot Boris Johnson, aka British Trump.
We share your dismay. We will overcome this together, if these wankers do not destroy our countries.
L & # 39; Love
– BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@Mpadellan) July 23, 2019
Call it a demonstration of support in these troubling times. Dear United Kingdom, we are at your side.
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Trump's controversy over racism will not go away any time soon. After posting a series of racist tweets Sunday, the President attends rallies where the crowd openly chants "the returns" – a sinister echo of the line one of the president's tweets.
His weak excuse after? "I do not agree with that, but again, I did not say that, they did it."
Needless to say, Stephen Colbert had none.
"Wait a second Trump, you do not agree with that?" request the Late Show host in the clip above. "Hey sir, it's your party." You are the bride at the wedding of white power.
"(…) For Pete's sake, if you want to be a demagogue, at least increase the pair and take responsibility for what you inspired them to sing, wusSolini. "
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For some, it could be "president". But in today's troubling news cycle, others – like the Brooklyn artist Adam Ellis – fight to choose between "rapist" and "racist".
Since the 1970s, more than 20 women have accused the president of the sexual misconduct – including the one who claims Trump she raped her when she was 13 years old at a party hosted by registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Now that Epstein back in the news faced with accusations of child sex trafficking, discussions about Trump's past accusers have resumed.
In recent discussions on Trump's links with Epstein, the president has also been criticized for writing a series of in which he asked the women of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Congress, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar and Ayanna Pressley to return to "totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came".
It's a deeply divided period for America, so Ellis has felt compelled to share an old cartoon – a Scrabble painting that protests against Trump with a powerful double-meaning.
The cartoon from the Ellis Scrabble board contains the phrase "Trump is a ra_ist", as well as two tiles, the letters C and P, that can be used to win a Triple Word Score.
"Both are working," the 32-year-old artist has captioned his cartoon on Instagram, suggesting that Trump is both a rapist and a racist. But as mentioned earlier, even though the artwork is timely, it's not new.
"I actually did the Trump cartoon in January 2017, ten days after it was inaugurated," Ellis explained in an e-mail. "Like many people, I've been shocked and upset by the election results, and creating documents is the only real way to handle things."
Although not all of Ellis's art is political, I noticed that with 1.4 million followers on Instagram, he felt it was "irresponsible" for him to deal with big political and social issues right from the start. that they present themselves.
"There are powerful people who make laws that actively harm a large part of the population," said Ellis. said
Since the comic was reposted on Instagram on June 22, he has acquired over 340,000 likes and new virality. This has also inspired other artists, such as 45-year-old Michael Schneider, to share original takes to the prompt to complete.
Schneider, an artist based in Portland, Oregon, recreated the piece using his characteristic style of bright colors and balloon letters. It's been only two days since I shared the message on Instagram, but it has already received over 42,000 "likes".
"I started using the balloons because they felt colorful and whimsical, which was ironic for some more serious messages than others," Schneider said in an email. He also explained that he felt compelled to share Ellis's message because "many people, especially women and members of marginalized communities, feel particularly targeted and isolated at this time."
"Although I am happy that many people resonate with this, it is that we must create this type of art."
Schneider believes that "whoever has the privilege should make his voice heard against this fascist, sexist and racist president" and wants to help raise awareness of the seriousness of the current political climate in America.
Ellis added that in addition to Schneider, he had seen a lot of people make their own variations of his comment on Scrabble, which he liked a lot. But he wants everyone to know that his comic strip was inspired by someone else.
"My original comic was influenced by a sign that I saw at the 2017 edition Women's march, that I put it in context and that I added the angle of Scrabble, "said Ellis, I made an effort to find the stranger who was holding the panel via Twitter in the hope of crediting it but his research did not succeed.
"I'd always like to find her, and her credit, if possible," Ellis repeated. So, if this artwork reminds you of your sign of the 2017 Women's Walk, consider talking to her.
if anyone knows the sign I am referring to, I would like to credit it !!
– Adam Ellis (ಥ﹏ಥ) (@moby_dickhead) February 2, 2017
In the end, Ellis's comic strip has been circulating on social media for two and a half years. He therefore thinks that sharing it is simply an act of "performative standby".
"It's as if we knew that he was a rapist, a racist, a liar and a criminal." What I'm going to do about it when I did the comic in 2017, I'm Angry and helpless, drawing was the only thing that kept me healthy, but we need to do more now, "he said.
"Posting a political message on Instagram is literally the simplest form of protest and activism," I said. "I do not want to give too much importance to my comics," Ellis said. "I hope that my art helps people feel less alone, keeps them angry, passionate about them and engages them in politics, but also encourages them to create their own art and get involved in them." social issues. "
Schneider has the same feeling about his work, but noted that the publication's popularity is definitely bitter-sweet.
"Even though I'm glad a lot of people are resonating with that, it's that we need that kind of art," Schneider said.
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Less than a week after President Trump attempted to to fight with the United States star of the national women's football team Megan Rapinoe after mentioning that, under any circumstances, she will go to "the fucking White House", representing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez offered a more attractive offer, shall we say.
"It may not be the White House" tweeted Ocasio-Cortez Friday, "but we would be happy to welcome @mPinoe and the entire #USWMNT for a visit to the House of Representatives at any time."
The offer was made in the wake of the United States. The women's team beat France to qualify for the semi-finals of the World Cup.
Megan Rapinoe, who scored two goals in the 2-1 win, responded to the offer with enthusiasm.
"Consider that it's done" she wrote.
It seems that even before Tuesday's match against England, Megan Rapinoe has already won one more victory at her belt. It happened in this case, she dominated the President of the United States.
UPDATED: June 29, 2019, 11:20 AM PDT: It seems that the United States Senator and presidential candidate, Kamala Harris, wishes to participate in the action. Echoing AOC's invitation, Harris invited the United States of America to a women's football team in the Senate.
Harris also managed to dig a hole in Trump, noting that she promises "we will not make you eat cold fast food in front of journalists."
Trump, of course, is notorious for doing just that.
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