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Donald Trump Doesn't Remember If He Launched Missiles At Iraq Or Syria — But, Let's Talk About Chocolate Cake!

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What the actual fuck.

During his interview on FOX Business Network on Wednesday, Donald Trump recalled telling Chinese President Xi Jinping about his decision to launch 59 missiles against Syria while they dined at Drumpf's Mar-a-Lago estate last week.

While telling host Maria Bartiromo about the series of events, the controversial politician spent more time vividly remembering "the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake" he was eating and less time paying attention to which country he was attacking when he received word "that the ships are locked and loaded."

Related: Sean Spicer Apologizes For His Hitler Comments

In fact, Trump said he "launched 59 missiles heading to Iraq…" before Bartiromo had to correct him that it was actually Syria!!!

This is our President, y'all.

Watch the cringe-worthy interview (below):

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Gigi Hadid Goes Grunge With Jorts & A Loooong Plaid Button-Down In New York

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Gigi Hadid gets grungy in New York.

Grungy Gigi!

Gigi Hadid gave a nod to the '90s with her eclectic look in New York Tuesday.

Related: Yolanda Hadid Is Gonna Train Aspiring Models!

The supermodel was spotted leaving her apartment wearing jorts (Re/Done), those shoes that look like socks (Tony Bianco), a graphic tank (Tommy Hilfiger), and a long plaid button-down. A lot was going on!

And with her hair in a messy ponytail, she looked ready to rock out at a Nirvana tribute concert. Or something.

We feel like G decided to really push it with this model off-duty look. Is it cool or just trying way too hard?

Let us know in the comments!!!

[Image via WENN.]

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United CEO Says He Felt ‘Shame’ Watching Viral Video Of Bloodied Passenger In New Apology

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In another effort to fight the backlash and outrage over the viral video of a man being dragged off a United Airlines' plane, CEO Oscar Munoz sat down for an interview with ABC News to share his "shame" over the situation.

As a little refresher, it wasn't until Tuesday afternoon that the CEO issued an apology after Dr. David Dao was violently removed from his seat on the Sunday flight. Prior to his latest statement, Oscar hardly sounded remorseful about having to "re-accomodate" the passenger.

Video: Jimmy Kimmel Introduces United's New Slogan & Spoof Safety Video

Well, it sounds like he's had a change of heart, and wanted to share that during his first interview since the outrage. Explaining his reaction to the viral video, he stated:

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Sean Spicer Says He Let Trump Down Amid His LATEST Apology For Misspeaking About Hitler

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Sean Spicer put his foot in his mouth — and he knows it.

On Wednesday, the White House Press Secretary continued his apology tour after he accidentally became a Holocaust denier during a recent press briefing. Man, oh man.

Related: Daily Mail Apologizes To Melania Trump!

In case you were unaware, the Donald Trump lackey tried to defend the President's military action against Syria by comparing Assad to Hitler. However, Spicer proved he had no clue what he was talking about as he went onto to say that Hitler hadn't used chemical weapons on his own people… even though he definitely did.

Although he already made a formal apology on CNN's The Situation Room, Spicey took some time during his 30 minute appearance at the Newseum forum to once again apologize. In regards to his insensitive gaffe, the 45-year-old explained:

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