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Of course, Melania Trump’s careless jacket was taken to town by late show hosts

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Melania Trump’s decision to wear that jacket to visit shelters and facilities for immigrant children at the U.S. border was not lost on late show hosts.

In fact, the subject of the First Lady’s tone deaf fashion choice — a Zara jacket emblazoned with the words “I really don’t care, do u?” — on Thursday was almost too easy for them.

Trevor Noah, who’s had just about enough of this shit, cut straight to the chase.

“It looks like when Melania was in the hospital, she had her last fuck removed,” he said on The Daily Show Thursday night. Read more…

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This pic of the White House decked out for Christmas looks like hell on Earth

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Goodbye, Thanksgiving. Hello, Christmas. 

The official war for Christmas has begun in the Trump White House as the administration unveiled a sneak peek at its decorations for the holiday season. 

We’re living in dark times, folks.

The holidays are upon us!! Right now: flotus is seeing to every last detail here at the @WhiteHouse pic.twitter.com/TglHYDVUx1

— Stephanie Grisham (@StephGrisham45) November 27, 2017

On Sunday, Stephanie Grisham, the White House director of communications for First Lady Melania Trump, tweeted this nightmarish scene from inside the White House, as she was putting finishing touches on the decorations. Bunches of dead trees illuminated only from the bottom cast a horrifying shadow on the hallway’s ceiling, leading to a lonely Christmas tree at the end. Read more…

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Irish schoolkids have very blunt opinions about Donald Trump

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Kids really don’t beat around the bush when they’re asked a question.

In the video above the children of St. Ultan’s Primary School in Dublin, Ireland were asked by the Independent for their thoughts on Donald and Melania Trump.

Their responses on Trump range from “He’s filthy rich” and “He likes building walls” to “He’s a nightmare” and “He looks like he gots loads of spray tans gone wrong”.

The video has had well over 5,500 likes and around 9000 shares on Facebook, but it’s also drummed up some concern.

“Not sure this is good for kids,” wrote Ann Duffy in the most-liked comment. “We teach them not to make fun of people and then we do it!” Read more…

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Seth Meyers has a lot of questions about Melania Trump's 'Vanity Fair' cover

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Melania Trump’s cover for the Mexican edition of Vanity Fair, also known as the “diamond noodles heard ’round the world,” features the new First Lady twirling a bite of probably priceless spaghetti. 

Understandably, Seth Meyers has a lot of questions. For example, if one eats jewelry but also has it on, is one effectively wearing a bunch of snacks?

And we’ll add a question of our own: Since we can’t afford spaghetti diamonds, should we start wearing pretzels as earrings?

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Seth Meyers has a lot of questions about Melania Trump's 'Vanity Fair' cover

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Melania Trump’s cover for the Mexican edition of Vanity Fair, also known as the “diamond noodles heard ’round the world,” features the new First Lady twirling a bite of probably priceless spaghetti. 

Understandably, Seth Meyers has a lot of questions. For example, if one eats jewelry but also has it on, is one effectively wearing a bunch of snacks?

And we’ll add a question of our own: Since we can’t afford spaghetti diamonds, should we start wearing pretzels as earrings?

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Seth Meyers has a lot of questions about Melania Trump's 'Vanity Fair' cover

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Melania Trump’s cover for the Mexican edition of Vanity Fair, also known as the “diamond noodles heard ’round the world,” features the new First Lady twirling a bite of probably priceless spaghetti. 

Understandably, Seth Meyers has a lot of questions. For example, if one eats jewelry but also has it on, is one effectively wearing a bunch of snacks?

And we’ll add a question of our own: Since we can’t afford spaghetti diamonds, should we start wearing pretzels as earrings?

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