On Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton officially become the presidential nominee for the Democratic party at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
And it can be summed up in one word, or in this case, a one-word tweet.
Politics is a touchy subject, and this year’s election is proving that reality is stranger than fiction — or reality TV.
There are a lot of misconceptions about those who like Hillary Clinton and those who favor Donald Trump, which is why BuzzFeed asked 21 people who favor the latter to write down what people get wrong about them.
Here’s what happened…
“I’m a Trump supporter and I love women!”
Jon Stewart left The Daily Show when we needed him most, right before the start of the circus that has become this election. Whenever something controversial happens, you can’t help but wonder, “WWJD?” — What Would Jon Do?
He’s been out running an animal rescue farm since 2014, which is awesome, but his cutting commentary is missed by millions of fans.
But luckily for us, he's pretty good friends with Stephen Colbert and was able to take over The Late Show for a night to roast Republicans like he did in the good old days.
Trump’s plan for a wall across the border between the U.S. and Mexico might be controversial, but it’s turning out to be the inspiration for some pretty creative art.
The latest of which occurred on Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star — awarded for his work as a temperamental, loudmouthed reality TV boss.
via: L.A. Weekly
Because this election season wasn’t already giving social media enough material to work with, Monday night journalist Jarrett Hill noticed that there were significant similarities between Melania Trump’s speech on the first night of the Republican National Convention, and first lady Michelle Obama’s Democratic convention speech in 2008.
Of course the Trump camp is saying that's ridiculous and said her team of writers had “in some instances included fragments that reflected her own thinking.”
Maybe she was thinking of the exact same things that Michelle Obama had said, as it would appear that way.