Five times in history a person has been elected president of the United States after losing the popular vote: John Quincy Adams, Rutherford B. Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, George W. Bush, and now, Donald J. Trump. President-elect Trump, unable to accept he is not lovingly adored by a majority of the voting public, insisted, via Twitter, that the only reason he lost the popular election was due to voting by undocumented migrant workers (tolerantly referred to as the “illegals”, by people who vote for people like Trump). Vice-President-elect Mike Pence appeared on ABC’s This Week With George Stephanopoulos and attempted to defend President-elect Trump’s comments byRead More →

After spending his campaign criticizing the influence of Wall Street money in politics, and after successfully painting his opponent, Hillary Clinton, as being too cozy with Wall Street, and with investment bank Goldman Sachs in particular, President-elect Donald Trump announces that his new Treasury Secretary will be Steve Mnuchin, a 17-year veteran of Goldman Sachs. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts responded by calling Steve Mnuchin the Forrest Gump of the 2008 financial meltdown. source: More →

President-elect Donald Trump takes to Twitter to suggest that anyone who exercises their constitutionally protected right to burn the American flag should “perhaps” face prison time or have their citizenship revoked. source: More →