Jimmy Kimmel Gets Donald Trump's Opinion on That Donald Trump Guy in This Chilling Short Film

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Like every other late night host, Jimmy Kimmel found the spectacle of a porn star suing the president irresistible. And as usually happens in this kind of feeding frenzy, Kimmel and his writers landed on some of the same jokes that other hosts did. It's hard to be mad about it, though: When news breaks on the day of a big storm that Stormy Daniels is suing a man with Trump's tastes over a contract where the parties are referred to as "DD" and "PP," you're gonna get some overlap. But Kimmel had a secret weapon: a chilling short film consisting of footage of Donald Trump sarcastically saying bad things about Donald Trump, most of which are true. It doesn't seem like the film was necessarily related to the Stormy Daniels affair when it was conceived and created, and Kimmel doesn't go out of his way to tie it in besides saying, "This is Donald Trump."


Googling Clinton and Trump from A to Z

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Google searches, by no means scientific, can provide some insight into just what people are wondering. And people have been wondering a lot about the presidential candidates. A Google search will autofill once you start typing. Here's what happened Oct. 21, 2016, when we started with "Is Trump b..." and "Is Clinton b..." (Photo: Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat and Chronicle) The question "Is Clinton friends with Trump?" apparently has been asked of Google millions of times. Google searches, by no means scientific, can provide some insight into just what people are wondering.


Full Video: President Trump Speaks on Jerusalem

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Middle East 2:10 Trump Recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's Capital Donald Trump 11:27 Full Video: President Trump Speaks on Jerusalem Middle East 2:11 What World Leaders Think of Jerusalem as Israel's Capital Middle East 1:46 Why Jerusalem Is So Contested U.S. & Politics 1:47 G.O.P. Dilemma: Support Roy Moore or Not Donald Trump 1:55 Flynn's Guilty Plea Caps a Bumpy 10 Days For Trump Trump's Russian Connection 3:32 The Events That Led to Michael Flynn's Guilty Plea After Weinstein 3:12 How Lauer Interviewed Trump and Clinton International 1:46 'He's Normalizing Hatred.' British Leaders Respond to Trump's Retweets Trump's Government 2:16 Fact Check: The Senate G.O.P. Tax Plan Donald Trump 1:01 Rex Tillerson May Be Dropped by Trump Donald Trump and Women 1:47 Trump Casts Doubt on'Access Hollywood' Video Middle East 2:11 What World Leaders Think of Jerusalem as Israel's Capital What World Leaders Think of Jerusalem as Israel's Capital Trump's Russian Connection 3:32 The Events That Led to Michael Flynn's Guilty Plea The Events That Led to Michael Flynn's Guilty Plea


Peter Thiel to tap two for Trump transition

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President-elect Donald Trump has tapped two of Peter Thiel's close associates to advise his transition team, according to a person familiar with the matter. Mark Woolway and Kevin Harrington, who hail from Silicon Valley, have been tasked with easing the transition between administrations by helping identify policies and fill positions in the Commerce Department and the Treasury Department, the person said on the condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to speak publicly about the appointments. Woolway, acting chief financial officer of start-up Zenefits, who has known Thiel since their days at PayPal, will join the Treasury landing team. Harrington, managing director of Thiel Macro, will join the Commerce landing team. Both worked for long stretches for Thiel's hedge fund Clarium Capital Management.


Who are the 41 lucky people Trump follows on Twitter?

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We know Donald Trump tweets a lot. But what does Twitter look like from within the @realDonaldTrump account? SEE ALSO: Trump picks fight with'Hamilton', people wonder why Trump should be too busy picking his future Cabinet members to have time to be mindlessly scrolling through his Twitter feed. But if he were, he wouldn't be pulling from too many sources since Trump's official account only follows 41 people. Looking at presidents before Trump, Barack Obama follows hundreds of thousands after eight years in office.