The mushrooming chaos erupting from the White House is testing the boundaries of one of the Trump administration’s safest spaces: Fox News.On Tuesday evening, the New York Times published a bombshell story reporting that former FBI director James Comey wrote a memo after a meeting with President Trump that detailed how the president asked him to drop the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.The revelation of the memo — shared with Comey’s close associates and confirmed by other outlets, but not obtained by them — quickly cascaded across a cable news landscape already gearing up to cover another major story, the Washington Post’s Monday report that the president discussed classified information with Russian officials in an Oval Office meeting.Exhausted Repub
Shortly after President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey Tuesday, a tweet purporting to be from him, saying that “the pee tape is real,” began racking up thousands of retweets.This tweet is not real. My god — Hippo (@InternetHippo) ID: 11045348 The tweet refers to the unverified dossier, first published by BuzzFeed News, claiming Russia had compromising information about Trump. Among the most headline-grabbing allegations was a claim that Trump had hired Russian prostitutes to pee on a hotel bed in Moscow. Trump has denied the allegations.Nevertheless, to some, the alleged Comey tweet apparently seemed like confirmation that Trump was compromised by the Russians — and that Comey
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Your Post Has Been Launched! Fabulous! Don't forget to share with your friends on Twitter and Facebook. 1. James Blunt is great at Twitter, but did you also know he’s pretty funny IRL? Take this interview with Australian comedian Tom Gleeson, for example: ID: 10966331 4. He even goes in on his fellow X Factor judges (and himself again, of course).