The Marist poll reveals some interesting observations about Americans’ opinion on the alleged presidential infidelity. For example, 49 percent of men thought Melania should stay with her husband. Women, however, were divided: 38 percent felt she should leave Trump, 36 percent felt she should stay and 26 percent were unsure.
It has been a year since the 2016 presidential election and it seems some Americans are still a little confused about the result. Newsflash: Hillary Clinton is not president, therefore she cannot be impeached. But don’t let that stop you from trying, folks.
Primatologist Jane Goodall has made her name studying chimpanzees for over half a century. So, if anyone can deduce a distinct correlation between a brash chimp and the egoistic hubris of, say, the president of the United States, it’s Goodall.
Ellen DeGeneres has reacted to Trump’s immigration ban in a whimsical way: explaining its flaws through the plot of her hit animated film “Finding Dory.” The tongue-in-cheek monologue was in response to news that Trump watched the Disney movie in the White House one day after signing an executive order halting immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.