Unrepentant. Charlie Sheen took to Twitter on Thursday, December 29, to respond to criticism over his tweet a day earlier asking God to take president-elect Donald Trump next.
The Two and a Half Men alum appeared to be referencing the recent deaths of Carrie Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, within one day of each other when he tweeted the following on Wednesday night: “Dear God; Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, … read more

No more Mr. Nice POTUS!
Barack Obama has finally responded to evidence that Russia interfered with the presidential election with the intent to get Donald Trump in the White House — and he’s not taking their punishment lightly.
On Thursday, the Obama administration expelled 35 Russian diplomats and imposed sanctions on Russia’s two leading intelligence services — but that’s not all. The administration also sanctioned four top officers of a military intelligence unit (known as the GRU) the White … read more

“Sorry, not sorry” has never been more applicable.
Donald Trump definitely doesn’t need help when it comes to sharing his own xenophobic outlook on life, but one of his advisers is making him look liberal by comparison right now!
That’s because just days after getting cause making racist jokes about President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, Buffalo Public Schools board member Carl Paladino is now taking back his tantrum… and it may legitimately be the worst apology of 2016. In case … read more

We only have less than four weeks to enjoy President Barack Obama. Then all hell breaks loose under President Orange. So, Obama has continued to do his exit interviews, and he ended up sitting down with his friend David Axelrod for Axelrod’s podcast. The interview came out after Christmas, and there’s one part in particular that has drawn the ire of President Orange. Though he is barred by the Constitution from a third four-year-term, President Obama believes voters would have supported him … read more

Why are we not surprised?!
Despite Donald Trump unfortunately being elected our next President of the U.S., President Barack Obama thinks he could have beat the p*ssy grabbing troll. And in a move that will shock literally no one, Trump couldn’t keep his mouth shut about it! Recently, our current Prez appeared on the podcast The Axe Files and chatted with David Axelrod, his former advisor, and told him: The POTUS went on to add: In typical fashion, the orange tinted pile of human garbage responded … read more

The Obama family jetted off to Hawaii to celebrate the holidays this year, and although we’re sure they enjoyed soaking up the sun, they also made time to stop by Breakout Waikiki to play one of their escape room games. President Obama reportedly took his daughters and a few friends there on Christmas Eve, where they were locked in the Mission Manoa room and given one hour to figure out how to escape using a complex series of clues and puzzles. Breakout Waikiki’s general manager MacGregor Greenlee … read more

He’s definitely not wishing the Obamas a Merry Christmas.
New York State Developer Carl Paladino (above, insert) has come under fire for derogatory and racist comments he made on his 2017 “wish list” — which included hoping that Barack Obama dies from mad cow disease and Michelle Obama lives with a gorilla in an African cave.
Paladino, who co-chaired Donald Trump’s New York campaign, is refusing to back down from the offensive remarks of what he would “most like to happen in 2017.” The irreverent … read more

The littlest Royals often stole the show in 2016.
We rarely get glimpses of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s children, Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 1, as the whole Royal family is notoriously private. However, the kids had several adorable key moments this year. And George got a little naughty as well.
William told a TV station in Vietnam in November that his son is sometimes a “right little rascal.”
“He keeps me on my toes,” he said. “But he’s a sweet boy.”
Here are several of the … read more

On Thursday, Donald Trump took to Twitter to call for increased U.S. nuclear capability until “the world comes to its senses regarding nukes.”
Japanese-American actor George Takei had a powerful response for the president-elect that called to mind the past horrors of nuclear weapons. Takei has a highly personal reason to take issue with Trump’s tweet. Members of his family were living in Hiroshima during WWII, when the U.S. dropped a nuclear bomb on the city on Aug. 6, 1945, killing thousands … read more

And that’s the way it is! Celine Dion reportedly declined President-elect Donald Trump’s invitation to perform at his inauguration ceremony on Friday, January 20, in Washington, D.C. According to TheWrap, Trump, 70, and his team planning the event — led by longtime colleague and Celebrity Apprentice producer Mark Burnett — were unable to book the French-Canadian superstar, 48. A source told the website that the future POTUS’ hotelier friend Steve Wynn had promised to get the “My Heart … read more

Last night (Dec. 19, 2016), CBS aired First Lady Michelle Obama’s farewell interview with Oprah Winfrey and just as she’s on her way out, we got to know a little more about the 44th First Lady of the United States. During their chat, Obama opened up about her true feelings about President-elect Donald Trump. The First Lady admitted while she is committed to making sure the Presidential transition goes smoothly, the election cycle was difficult to experience. “This past election was challenging … read more

Whether you like it or not, Donald Trump will become the next President of the United States.
The former The Apprentice host has been formally selected by the Electoral College to become the 45th Commander-in-Chief. As predicted, Republican electors did not defect and cast a ballot for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, ultimately resulting in Trump nabbing more than the 270 votes needed for his final push into the White House on Monday (Dec. 19, 2016).
According to NPR, some electors actually … read more

Michelle Obama is saying goodbye to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The outgoing First Lady sat down for a revealing interview with Oprah Winfrey as part of a CBS special aired Monday evening. In it, Michelle reflected on her eight years spent alongside husband Barack Obama in the White House, which as the media mogul put it, made her the “coolest” president’s wife in the history of the United States. We’ve learned so much about Malia and Sasha Obama’s proud mama throughout the Obama administration (The … read more

Barack Obama is currently gearing up for his last Christmas as President of the United States, and while he’s undoubtedly got a lot on his mind, his staffers are making sure he has a little fun. In an epic and hilarious prank that’s spanned a few weeks now, a few of Barack’s employees decided to rearrange some of the White House’s Christmas decorations. Pete Souza, the White House’s Chief Official Photographer, posted two photos of the prank on Instagram on Dec. 17. “For the past three weeks, there … read more

Casey Affleck hosted Saturday Night Live last night (December 17), promoting his new film, potential Oscar contender Manchester By The Sea. It was Affleck’s first time hosting the show. There are more important things to discuss about Affleck than his performance on SNL, so let’s jump right to the musical guest, Chance The Rapper. Chance, who returned for his second set of performances on the show, also appeared in the night’s best sketch, “Jingle Barack.”
A rewrite of Run DMC’s “Christmas In Hollis,” … read more