According to the Daily Beast, former Donald Trump employee Omarosa Manigault-Newman recorded conversations she had with the president in the White House. Sources say Omarosa has been playing the audio for people while shopping her new book titled Unhinged. The book is inside look at her time in the White House. Some of the book indicates that Trump had a mental decline and “contradicted himself from one sentence to the next.” Omarosa hasn’t spoke out in regards to the allegations but White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah told reporters in February “she had limited contact with the president while here,” and, “she has no contact now.” To read more about this story click here.
Former Michigan state legislator Rashida Tlaib is set to become one of the first Muslim women in Congress after she won the Democratic primary for a U.S. House seat in the state’s 13th Congressional District. As the nominee in a district that has historically voted Democratic―and with no Republican challengers―Tlaib is all but guaranteed a seat in Congress in November’s general-election vote. She could be joined in the historic feat by one or more other female Muslim candidates who are also running in 2018. Tlaib will also become first Palestinian-American U.S. congresswoman. “People think it’s corny—I do want to change the world, and I want people like me to have a seat at the table,” the daughter of Palestinian immigrants told the HuffPost before the election. Tlaib is running on a progressive platform, including support of Medicare for All and a $15 per hour minimum wage.
Iranians angry with the regime take to the streets fearing further economic woes when American sanctions kick in on Monday
Thousands of people have rallied for a fourth day in Iran against soaring unemployment and a dramatic drop in the currency, as the country braces for the return of crippling US sanctions next week. Continue reading
By: Jarrod Horton
Once again, President Trump was back on Twitter being obnoxious and throwing insults at people. This time it was LeBron James and CNN reporter Don Lemon after their interview to discuss the opening of LeBron’s I Promise school in Akron. During the interview, Lemon asked LeBron what would say if he was sitting across from Trump? James replied by saying “I would never sit across from him.” Continue reading