Truth is, Trump hated ‘Time’ until it put him on the cover

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By now, you’ve probably heard the news.

President-elect Donald Trump has been given the coveted title of Time magazine’s 2016 Person of the Year, and he is thrilled, of course.

Despite the fact that Time labeled him as president of the “Divided States of America,” Trump told NBC’s Today show receiving the title was a “great honor” that “meant a lot” to him.

However, being the openly opinionated and indecisive man he is, Trump has not always shown Time love. In fact, he has had some truly terrible things to say about the magazine in the past. Very sad! The worst. Read more…

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Turns out, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote IRL and on Twitter

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Everyone knows Donald Trump is obsessed with Twitter. But Hillary Clinton, it turns out, is the real winner on the social media platform.

Two Clinton tweets were the most retweeted political messages in 2016, while The Donald was runner-up with one of his tweets being third most retweeted, according to Twitter data sent to Mashable.

Heartwarming messages, sharp one-liners, and cutesy birthday shout-outs were among the nine most retweeted political tweets of 2016. 

Like the political tweets, trending topics and hashtags also told the story of 2016 — a year that saw police brutality, a mass shooting targeting the LGBT community, unexpected international shifts like the Brexit vote and the unprecedented election of a reality star businessman as U.S. president.  Read more…

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Turns out, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote IRL and on Twitter

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Everyone knows Donald Trump is obsessed with Twitter. But Hillary Clinton, it turns out, is the real winner on the social media platform.

Two Clinton tweets were the most retweeted political messages in 2016, while The Donald was runner-up with one of his tweets being third most retweeted, according to Twitter data sent to Mashable.

Heartwarming messages, sharp one-liners, and cutesy birthday shout-outs were among the nine most retweeted political tweets of 2016. 

Like the political tweets, trending topics and hashtags also told the story of 2016 — a year that saw police brutality, a mass shooting targeting the LGBT community, unexpected international shifts like the Brexit vote and the unprecedented election of a reality star businessman as U.S. president.  Read more…

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The future president is blocking people on Twitter like there’s no tomorrow

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Since winning this year’s presidential election the talk of the 2016 Twitter-sphere, Donald Trump, is heavily utilizing the site’s block feature.

It appears that the controversial tweeter has decided if he sees anyone badmouthing him or disagreeing with his policies on his favorite social media site, he will simply hit the digital “you’re fired” button, dismissing the unwanted followers from his Twitter life.

Sick burn, Donald.

Now, as more and more people share their own personal “I’ve been blocked by the future President of the United States on Twitter” tales, it seems as though the blocking maneuver — normally reserved for extreme instances — is becoming second nature for The Donald.  Read more…

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Phew, Hillary Clinton and Snoop Dogg are finally following each other on Twitter

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Since Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election she has gone for a relaxing hike in the woods, browsed a bookstore and stopped by the grocery store to stock up on cheese.

But perhaps her most amazing move since Election Day took place recently, when she made the decision to follow her loyal fan, Snoop Dogg, on Twitter.

Snoop, the rapper and avid Clinton supporter, has not been shy about his political preferences. In fact, he was so upset by the results of the election that he asked his buddy Drake to help him flee the country and start a new life in Canada. Read more…

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Donald Trump has unveiled his new presidential hat to the world

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Just in: Donald Trump has a new hat.

With great power, comes great fashion responsibility — thus, the president-elect, known for sporting large red caps featuring his campaign slogan: “Make America Great Again,” decided to switch things up before he takes office.

Though Trump’s new bright red cap delivers a shorter message, it still includes his beloved massive lettering and a patriotic feel.

According to the New York Post, Trump debuted his presidential hat, which simply says, “USA,” outside Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida on Sunday afternoon. Read more…

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