Rykard Jenkins got a rude surprise recently when he found out that the 2020 Trump for president campaign decided to steal a photo of him and use Photoshop to turn him into an advertisement. Woke up this morning to know I’m the new face for the 2020 @realDonaldTrump campaign 🇺🇸 ? pic.twitter.com/gl5SqPxKsj Advertisements
Outspoken Donald Trump detractor T.I. duked it out with equally outspoken Trump supporter Candace Ownes at the Revolt TV Summit in Atlanta Sept. 14, and the results were explosive.
U.S. service members attending a Memorial Day address by President Trump during his overseas trip to Japan were photographed wearing patches inspired by his campaign slogan, and this may have violated the Pentagon’s strict rules barring soldiers from showing political preferences.
Photo: Alex Wong (Getty Images) President Donald Trump was finishing up his Monday morning—this was, of course, after he’d pistol-whipped a panda to death and drank the rancid blood of an owl—and was ready to call it a day when he asked to borrow Jared Kushner’s phone to send a few tweets.