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

Debates about the health of presidential candidates are a staple of modern politics; they are also almost never really about the candidates’ health. Historically, such complaints are more polite concern-trolling than real mudslinging: i.e., “I’m not saying John McCain is too old to be president, I’m just worried about him.” In this unvarnished cycle, it’s easy to see real nastiness at the heart of these iffy diagnoses. (There’s so many, I wonder if the syndrome warrants its own place … read more

Donald Trump was quick to link rival Hillary Clinton to Anthony Weiner’s latest sexting scandal after the former congressman’s wife, top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, announced she was leaving him on Monday. “I only worry for the country in that Hillary Clinton was careless and negligent in allowing Weiner to have such close proximity to highly classified information,” the GOP nominee said in a statement. “Who knows what he learned and who he told? It’s just another example of Hillary Clinton’s bad judgment. … read more

Jon Stewart, who only had two months to preside over the candidacy of Donald Trump before leaving “The Daily Show” in August, made up for lost time during the taping Monday of former Obama adviser David Axelrod’s podcast, calling Trump a thin-skinned and unrepentant narcissist, according to Politico. And that was just for starters. “I’m not a constitutional scholar, so I can’t necessarily say, but are you eligible to run if you are a man-baby, or a baby-man?,” he asked Axelrod during the taping of … read more

If the rise of Donald Trump in this presidential election has you missing Jon Stewart at The Daily Show anchor desk, you’ll be disappointed to hear that Stewart doesn’t feel the same – and won’t be coming back. “I’m not going to be on television anymore,” Stewart said flatly when pressed Monday to address rumors to the contrary. Stewart, appearing at the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics for a taping of The Axe Files, said Trump’s success in the Republican primaries and the prospect … read more

Hillary Clinton’s leaked emails haven’t sunk her campaign just yet — but the bombshells keep coming! RadarOnline.com has learned that some of her most embarrassing emails reveal her lack of confidence in President Obama, her fear of Sarah Palin, and her nicknames for Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich.
She was “surprised” to hear that a state employee would use their personal email for work related issues. In February 2011, state department employee John Godfrey used his personal email address to … read more

A 2,500-word piece by Darren Samuelsohn for Politico certainly doesn’t bury the lead: President Obama has twice asked Jon Stewart to make, as the story’s headline puts it, “secret” visits to the White House to meet with him. The “previously unreported” meetings, which occurred in October 2011 (amid the budget battle) and February 2014 (right before Obama discussed Russia and Ukraine on TV), were confirmed via White House visitor logs and by three former aides to the president, and were used by Obama … read more