Did Trump Treat Melania Like a Dog? [PLUS: Gillibrand Quits and Jessi Combs Killed]


Trump Criticized for Video With Melania

The Left is up to their old tricks to create drama over nothing. An innocent and (frankly) boring video of President Trump and First Lady Melania getting out of a car is somehow being transformed into something shocking and disrespectful.

James Felton, the one who originally tweeted the video, is a comedy writer for TV and radio. His job is to find humor in the most mundane of situations, and not to offer serious political commentary. Aside from how distasteful his tweet is, Felton certainly managed to rile up some sensitive snowflakes.

People are accusing Trump of patting his leg to get Melania’s attention as you might do with your pet dog. This is absurd. While the video does show the President patting his leg, there is no way to tell what the purpose was. He could have been signaling to the Secret Service (most likely) or checking his pockets for something.

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These “outrages” demonstrate how frantically Liberals are searching for anything at all to flay Trump alive over.


Kirsten Gillibrand Drops out of 2020 Race

The pool of Democratic presidential hopefuls is getting smaller by the week. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) is the latest to end her campaign. Gillibrand’s decision isn’t surprising as it was obvious that she would not meet the qualifications for the third Democratic debate in September.

Gillibrand started off her campaign as one of the most financially supported candidates with a budget of almost $11 million. However, recent financial reports reveal that she now has less than $1 million left. This was partially due to a big summer ad campaign and hiring a staff of 100 people.

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All of the Democratic candidates should learn from Gillibrand’s budgeting mistakes and save their money by dropping out of the race now. None of them have what it takes to beat Trump in 2020.


Jessi Combs Dies in Horrible Accident

Jessi Combs, best known for her role on the popular TV show Mythbusters, died in a car crash in Oregon this week.

Combs, who was also a professional racer, was attempting to break her own land speed record. In 2013, she became the “fastest woman on wheels” with a speed of 440.709 MPH and beat her own record in 2016 with a speed of 477.59 mph. The daredevil was driving a North American Eagle, a car that has a body made from a jet plane.

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Combs had nearly clocked 500 MPH before the crash. She was working on a documentary about her life as a member of the North American Eagle race team. Her boyfriend, Terry Madden, confirmed that the crew will finish the documentary.

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