The evidence is expanding... And no, we don't mean baby bumps!
Here's what has fans speculating Miley is ready to pop out a little Aussie demigod:
[Image via Daniel Tanner/WENN.]
Lots to unpack here, not the least of which is Devin Nunes' nose from Donald Trump's ass.
That investigation may have been completely derailed today when Nunes announced in a press conference on Wednesday that he had been given new information on the case.
He says he received intel that Trump WAS surveilled, but not due to being the target of surveillance. Rather, says Nunes, Trump was speaking to foreign targets of U.S. surveillance, and he and his team were recorded "incidentally."
Um… WHO was Trump talking to??
Nunes would not reveal that information but assured
Donald Trump LOVES to put his stamp on shit he had nothing to do with.
That self-involvement extended to Colin Kaepernick's current unemployment status when the president spoke at a rally on Monday night.
Trump was talking to the crowd in Louisville, Kentucky about the Republican health care overhaul and the nation's urban communities when, out of nowhere, he swerved into a completely unrelated topic on the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, saying:
And it looks like Hollywood agrees — because the Obama White House is being developed into a feature length workplace comedy!
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal Pictures just optioned a book proposal from a former White House stenographer to be adapted to the big screen.
Beck Dorey-Stein's novel From the Corner of the Oval is expected to be published in 2018, and the movie option comes on the heels of a seven-figure, two book deal with Random House division Spiegel & Grau.
The story isn't about the former POTUS, Michelle Obama, or the First daughters, but instead focuses on
A transgender father and daughter from Michigan are telling the inspiring story about their individual transitions.
Corey Maison, 15, came out to her parents four years ago that she identified as a girl, but it wasn't until last year that her mother (Erica, now Eric) also struggled with gender identity.
Before understanding what it meant to be transgender, both Corey and Eric felt uncomfortable in their skin.
The teen told People:
"I was always sad and angry all the time, and I didn't know what to do about it."
UPDATE 12:14 P.M. EST: The White House suggested Sean Spicer and National Security Advisor General McMaster did not offer an apology to British officials over the accusations. A White House official said Friday:
"[British Ambassador to the U.S.] Kim Darroch and [National Security Advisor] Sir Mark Lyall expressed their concerns to Sean Spicer and General McMaster. Mr. Spicer and General McMaster explained that Mr. Spicer was simply pointing to public reports, not endorsing any specific story."
Even the White House admits their latest conspiracy theories are rubbish.
Trump's press secretary repeated the claim on Thursday — originally made by Fox News analyst Andrew Napolitano — that Obama enlisted in the GCHQ to spy on Trump Tower during the election.
The baseless theory, which sounds like Steve Bannon's rejected movie pitch for Kingsman 2, prompted a heated response from the agency. The GCHQ blasted the claims as "utterly ridiculous" in a rare public statement, writing:
"Recent allegations made by media commentator Andrew Napolitano about GCHQ being asked to conduct 'wiretapping' against the then president-elect are nonsense. They are utterly ridiculous and should be ignored."
Ugh. How embarrassing.
Just like a dishonest child getting caught in a lie, Spicer immediately apologized over his claims — as well as General McMaster, the U.S. National Security Adviser.
Intelligence sources told The Telegraph: