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Talking is hard. Words can be difficult. Unfortunately for White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, talking with words is the definition of his job. And as Jimmy Kimmel pointed out on Monday night's show, Spicer struggles with that pretty often. We get it, everyone bumbles what they are trying to say every once in a while. We're just not doing it at a podium in the White House every single day. Read more... More about Late Night , White House , Jimmy Kimmel , Sean Spicer , and Conversations
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A magical moment from a recent White House press briefing was caught in GIF form , and it's just oozing perfect reaction goodness. Behold, a White House reporter and IRL Deal with it" meme guy John Gizzi: The Newsmax senior political correspondent's smooth moves from Friday's briefing were being applauded all over the internet by Monday. People just couldn't get enough of his glasses flick and eager crowd scan he seemed to be checking whether anyone had noticed his masterpiece. SEE ALSO: Meryl Streep's hilarious reaction to that Oscars mix-up is the perfect meme for 2017 The GIF quickly became everyone's favorite reaction meme of the week and hopefully forever. Gizzi also rocks an awesome hat in his LinkedIn profile pic , making him even more of a national treasure. Read more... More about White House , Twitter Moments , Twitter Reactions , Twitter , and Gifs
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Is she just making this stuff up as she goes? Is that what Trump told her to do? Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "Senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway says she doesnt have any evidence to support Donald Trump’s claim that Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower phone lines during the election. Instead, Conway is pointing to recent revelations about other government surveillance to suggest it was possible Obama used a different technique. Her response was unlikely to tamp down criticism of Trump’s tweets earlier this month. The House intelligence committee has asked the administration to provide evidence of the allegation by Monday. “The answer is I dont have any evidence and I’m very happy that the House intelligence committee [is] investigating,” Conway told ABC’s Good Morning America.
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This Saturday's Saturday Night Live , hosted by Scarlett Johansson , had some pointed commentary on First Daughter Ivanka Trump with a faux commercial featuring a new perfume. Called Complicit, the ad follows Scarlett-as-Ivanka as she makes her way through a gilded party scene. The fragrance for the woman who could stop all of this, but won't, the voiceover narrates, referencing Ivanka's unique evolving role in the White House . Looks like viewers of the viral skit needed to double-check their vocabulary, though, because Merriam Webster has noted that searches for the fragrance name's definition spiked over the weekend. It's still at the top of their trending list on Monday. As the dictionary site explains , the word means helping to commit a crime or do wrong in some way. Merriam Webster traced its roots back to mid-17th century times, when the term complicity was used to describe a consenting or partnership in evil.
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This Saturday's Saturday Night Live , hosted by Scarlett Johansson , had some pointed commentary on First Daughter Ivanka Trump with a faux commercial featuring a new perfume. Called Complicit, the ad follows Scarlett-as-Ivanka as she makes her way through a gilded party scene. The fragrance for the woman who could stop all of this, but won't, the voiceover narrates, referencing Ivanka's unique evolving role in the White House . Looks like viewers of the viral skit needed to double-check their vocabulary, though, because Merriam Webster has noted that searches for the fragrance name's definition spiked over the weekend. It's still at the top of their trending list on Monday. As the dictionary site explains , the word means helping to commit a crime or do wrong in some way. Merriam Webster traced its roots back to mid-17th century times, when the term complicity was used to describe a consenting or partnership in evil.
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What does he get out of this? Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "President Trump raised eyebrows after he posted five congratulatory tweets promoting a Monday announcement from the energy giant ExxonMobil, the company from which his secretary of state came to the administration. The company had said earlier in the day that it was expanding its manufacturing operation along the Gulf Coast and creating more than 45,000 jobs in the region. Initially, the White House posted a press release reiterating the ExxonMobil news. That press release contained a paragraph that appeared to be copied, almost word-for-word, from the Exxon announcement. Trump, who wrote on Twitter on Monday that the move from Exxon showed that "we are already winning again," then posted a nearly minute-long video praising the company soon after the administration's release.
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