President Trump questioned the more than 1 million people nationwide who protested his presidency on Saturday and criticized the celebrities who demonstrated. “Watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election!” Trump tweeted early Sunday.
Source: Trump responds to Women’s March protesters President Trump questioned the more than 1 million people around the country who marched in protest of his presidency.’Why didn’t these people vote?’ »
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Authorities say a Texas man tried to destroy cocaine hidden under his belly fat while being taken to jail after failing a field sobriety test early on New Year’s Eve.
Source: Police: Texas man caught with cocaine hidden under belly fat
He is the alleged perpetrator of a shooting spree that left five people dead and more injured in the Fort Lauderdale airport this afternoon. But tonight, Esteban Santiago remains a mystery for federal authorities who are trying to piece together just what led a 26-year-old Army veteran with an intense gaze to go on a murderous rampage.
Source: What we know about Florida airport suspect Army veteran Esteban Santiago remains a mystery for federal authorities, but his social media accounts are providing some early clues.ISIS videos claim »
The president-elect is trying to block recounts in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.
Source: Trump Camp Sues to Block Battleground State Vote Recounts : snopes.com
Misleading maps and distorted data led to an inaccurate rumor President-Elect Trump won 3,084 of America’s 3,141 counties.
Source: FACT CHECK: Trump Won 3,084 of 3,141 Counties, Clinton Won 57
President-elect Donald Trump has agreed to pay $25 million to former students of his for-profit Trump University as part of a settlement that resolves three outstanding lawsuits against him, including one in which he was set to testify in a trial that was due to begin in San Diego later this month.
Source: Trump University fraud case settled for $25M The president-elect resolves three combined lawsuits with no admission of wrongdoing.‘Stunning reversal’ »
A middle school science teacher in Baltimore was fired this week after a video surfaced showing her berating students with insults and racial slurs.
Source: Baltimore teacher fired after racist rant at students
One day before U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s first meeting with a foreign leader, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japanese officials said they had not finalized when or where in New York it would take place, who would be invited, or in some cases whom to call for answers. Uncertainty over the talks shows the difficulties in turning Trump from a freewheeling businessman into a sitting president with a watertight schedule and a fully functioning administration by his inauguration on Jan. 20. Japanese and U.S. officials said on Wednesday the State Department had not been involved in planning the meeting, leaving the logistical and protocol details that normally would be settled far in advance still to be determined. The meeting was only agreed to last week and Trump and his advisers have been busy in meetings at his headquarters in Manhattan’s Trump Tower in recent days to work out who gets which job in the new administration.
Source: Trump’s First Planned Meeting With A Foreign Leader Is A Complete Mess
Megyn Kelly is opening up about her tumultuous relationship with Donald Trump. The Fox News anchor and the new president-elect sparred throughout much of the election season, and Kelly, 45, details their back-and-forth and how it affected her in her recently released memoir, Settle for More. On Wednesday
Source: Megyn Kelly Believes President Donald Trump Could Be ‘Dangerous’