Ch-ch-check out the newly-released photos of Princess Charlotte (below):
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On Tuesday, Donald Trump came under fire for reportedly mocking a disabled reporter — Serge Kovaleski pictured (above) — during a rally in South Carolina.
He appeared to impersonate the New York Times journalist — though since the incident, Trump has defended his controversial behavior.
In a statement on Thursday, the Republican presidential candidate maintained that he had never met Mr. Kovaleski, who suffers from arthrogryposis:
"I have no idea who this reporter, Serge Kovalski [sic], is, what he looks like or his level of intelligence. Despite having one of the all-time great memories, I certainly do not remember him. What I do know is that after 14 years and no retraction, this reporter tried to pull away from the tailgate party paragraph he wrote many years ago for The Washington Post."
The mogul continued claiming he:
"merely mimicked what I thought would be a flustered reporter trying to get out of a statement he made long ago. [If] Mr. Kovaleski is handicapped, I would not know because I do not know what he looks like. If I did know, I would definitely not say anything about his appearance."
Now, what's HIGHlarious about this entire ordeal is that the reporter has responded, saying he and Trump knew each other well and were even on a first name basis.
Move over, Kanye West!
It looks like another A-list celebrity is innerested in entering politics in the near future. In an interview for the Hollywood Reporter's podcast titled Awards Chatter, Will Smith revealed he has thought about perhaps throwing himself into the politics game.
The 47-year-old shared:
"As I look at the political landscape, I think that there might be a future out there for me. They might need me out there."
Well that's confident. Still, we have a feeling the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum would have a better chance at becoming president over Yeezus. Sorry, Kim Kardashian West!
Though, we shouldn't be too shocked by the Oscar nominee's admission as he's been dedicated to making a positive difference through his art — so running for office could be the obvious next step.
President Obama wants the people to rest easy for the Thanksgiving holiday.
On Wednesday morning, the president assured the citizens of the United States that there was no reason to suspect a terrorist attack comparable to the deadly Paris attacks earlier this month.
After getting an update from his national security team, POTUS assured was no "specific" threat to the US.
Speaking from the Roosevelt Room in the White House, he said:
Well, this is a surprise!
Bill O — normally nice to Trump and super soft on questioning any conservative politician — took The Donald to task over the presidential candidate's recent racist comments on Muslims and refugees in America.
He even tells the Republican frontrunner to get up off Twitter!
Watch the TV pundit take down the real estate mogul in an unlikely clash (below):
Well, this is inneresting!
But the President of the United States?? Now that's impressive!
The 38-year-old told The Sun that: