16 Things You Might Find In The White House Now That Trump Is President

16 Things You Might Find In The White House Now That Trump Is President

8. A "Politics for Dummies" book.

A new first family calls for endless amounts of new fake news articles, hilarious tweets, and a lot of wondering.

What is Trump going to ban next? What is Trump thinking about right now? Who even is Donald Trump, anyway? Wait, that man is our president? How could anyone ever let this happen? Is he crazy, or is that just me thinking that? No, he really is crazy.

Wondering is all we have left to do at this point in time, while Trump sets America to flames.

Ever wonder what The White House looks on the inside each time the new family moves in? Well, with Trump as president, here's what you might find:

1. Self Tanner

That glow doesn't come naturally. Heck, he probably has it in every room in the house. Apply once a day, or twice...or maybe three times.

2. Mirrors

A man full of vain, what else would you expect?

3. Baby gloves

Small hands call for certain measures.

4. A wig room

Hair has always gotta look fresh, he can't be running around partially or fully bald, now can he?

5. A wall

He's gotta build it somewhere, right?

6. An elephant

We don't really need to speak of the elephant in the room, but as long as we're here.

7. A clown

His clownish actions don't just spew from personality, right? His training has to come from somewhere, I'd assume.

8. A "Politics for Dummies" book

Ohhhh, so that's how you President. - Trump after reading a few chapters.

9. A masseuse

What better way to relax an angry and stressed face than with your own personal masseuse? I can only hope he doesn't have one, but you'd never know.

10. A comb

That toupee sure doesn't groom itself, something has got to do it.

11. Hair dye

Or should I say bleach?

12. A personal Tweeter

For the tweets that reign in vain for the man of the hour.

13. Men

Because God forbid, a woman would work in The White House.

14. A "Burn Book"

Since not all things can be said aloud or tweeted, the secrets and envy have to be put somewhere.

15. The number for his bank on speed dial

You know, just in case he has to file for bankruptcy yet again? I mean surely we wouldn't want that because he's supposed to be "making America great again," but you've always gotta have a backup plan.

16. Probably not Melania

When you're in it for the money and fame (aka the sugar-daddy) but get stuck being the First Lady of The United States...yikes.

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The Trump Presidency Is Over

Say hello to President Mike Pence.


Remember this date: August 21, 2018.

This was the day that two of President Donald Trump's most-important associates were convicted on eight counts each, and one directly implicated the president himself.

Paul Manafort was Trump's campaign chairman for a few months in 2016, but the charges brought against him don't necessarily implicate Trump. However, they are incredibly important considering was is one of the most influential people in the Trump campaign and picked Mike Pence to be the vice presidential candidate.

Manafort was convicted on five counts of tax fraud, two counts of bank fraud, and one count of failure to file a report of a foreign bank account. And it could have been even worse. The jury was only unanimous on eight counts while 10 counts were declared a mistrial.

Michael Cohen, Trump's personal lawyer, told a judge that Trump explicitly instructed him to break campaign-finance laws by paying two women not to publicly disclose the affairs they had with Trump. Those two women are believed to be Karen McDougal, a Playboy model, and Stormy Daniels, a pornstar. Trump had an affair with both while married to his current wife, Melania.

And then to no surprise, Fox News pundits spun this in the only way they know how. Sara Carter on Hannity said that the FBI and the Department of Justice are colluding as if it's some sort of deep-state conspiracy. Does someone want to tell her that the FBI is literally a part of the DOJ?

The Republican Party has for too long let Trump get away with criminal behavior, and it's long past time to, at the very least, remove Mr. Trump from office.

And then Trump should face the consequences for the crimes he has committed. Yes, Democrats have a role, too. But Republicans have control of both chambers of Congress, so they head every committee. They have the power to subpoena Trump's tax returns, which they have not. They have the power to subpoena key witnesses in their Russia investigations, which they have not.

For the better part of a year I have been asking myself what is the breaking point with Republicans and Trump. It does not seem like there is one, so for the time being we're stuck with a president who paid off two women he had an affair with in an attempt to influence a United States election.

Imagine for a second that any past president had done even a fraction of what Trump has.

Barack Obama got eviscerated for wearing a tan suit. If he had affairs with multiple women, then Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell would be preparing to burn him at the stake. If they won't, then Trump's enthusiastic would be more than happy to do so.

For too long we've been saying that Trump is heading down a road similar to Nixon, but it's evident now that we're way past that point. Donald Trump now has incriminating evidence against him to prove he's a criminal, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller is just getting started.

Will Trump soften the blow and resign in disgrace before impeachment like Nixon did? Knowing his fragile ego, there's honestly no telling what he'll do. But it's high time Trump leaves an office he never should have entered in the first place.

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Can The Democrats Take Back Congress In 2018?

FiveThirtyEight has the Democrats' chances of taking back the house at more than 70%, but a lot can happen before November 6th.


Democrats have a lot of optimism going into the midterms, but they have to win 23 seats in the House in order to take control. They have roughly a 70% chance of winning back the house, in what many are calling a "Blue Wave" election year. Nate Silver, from the website FiveThirtyEight, estimates that the Dems have a four-in-five chance of taking back the House. Historically, the party not in the White House usually does well in midterm elections. On a generic ballot, Democrats are slightly favored over their GOP counterparts. An average of polls puts the Democrats at 6.8 points ahead of the Republicans. However, FiveThirtyEight.com still gives the Republicans a 30% chance of keeping their current majority. If the Democrats do win back the House in November, they will have more power to overturn Trump's policies and pursue their own goals.

While the Democrats are sliding right into the house, they have a huge climb ahead of them in the Senate.

With ruby red states like Texas and Arizona within reach, the Democrats have been running neck and neck with their Republican counterparts. However, in states where there are Democratic senators like North Dakota and Indiana, the road ahead seems a little daunting. The Democrats overall, have a 30% chance of winning control in the Senate according to FiveThirtyEight.com. In the forecast, the Democrats have around an 80% chance of gaining one seat. This makes the breakdown of the Senate 50/50. With 50 Republican and 50 Democrats, passing bills and legislature can be a little tricky. Most votes in the Senate need a 2/3 majority or 67 seats. With the chamber becoming increasingly polarized, there will have to be some cases in which the voters may end up in s plot right down the middle. In that car, the Vice President, Mike Pence, would have to travel to the Capitol Building and cast the tie-breaking vote that the Republican will overall have control, due to the fact that Pence is a Republican.member of the GOP.

Election day is less than 50 days away. In the blink of an eye, voters across the country will cast their ballots to choose the next leaders of our country. We will have to wait until then to see what will happen, but with the climate we are in right now, it seems anything can and will happen.

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