Donald Trump took the opportunity to utterly ruin a sombre service of remembrance for those lost during the 9/11 attacks by ranting on about blowing up people from other countries.
Shortly after Mr Trump was shown the map he smugly noted that the hurricane image was actually the island country of Cuba. Although similar in shape to the hurricane, Cuba is in fact 300-400 miles south-west of the storm – which were almost the exact words of one of the President’s advisors. But this advice was drowned out by shouts of, “Fake news”, at least three times.
“You’ve got kids today, jumping into bricks and getting precious, shiny coins from inside.
They’re imitating these Mario Brothers-not even American, not even born here by the way. They think they can just jump into a brick and a coin will pop out. Not true, not true at all OK. But more and more kids think this is the Mushroom Kingdom, and they can just jump into a brick to get a coin.”
A private Catholic school in Nashville has removed the Harry Potter books from its library, saying they include “actual curses and spells.” Various other schools in Republican states are also banning the books, with officials giving a list of the following reasons: Teaching children that old, white men who disagree with race mixing are to be considered ‘bad’.