Sat Oct 20 01:13:42 EDT 2018
President Donald Trump is back to making baby references.
On Friday, the president, 72, sat down for a roundtable discussion in Arizona, where he claimed that a group of migrants that were headed towards the United States border were “hardened criminals.”
“Some of these people are hard criminals. Hardened criminals — not good people,” Trump said. “These are some bad people coming through. These aren’t babies, these aren’t little angels coming into our country.”
However, when Trump was asked by a reporter to defend why those migrants were considered to be so dangerous, he brushed off the question. Instead, he told New York Times reporter Emily Cochrane: “Oh, please. Please. Don’t be a baby. Okay?”
Trump added, “Take a look, just take a look at what’s happened. Look at the Mexican soldiers that are laying on the ground.”
“I didn’t say in all cases. But in many cases, these are hardened criminals,” he continued. “These are tough, tough people, and I don’t want them in our country and neither does our country.”
The group of migrants were traveling in a caravan towards the U.S. when they were stopped and allegedly attacked with tear gas by Mexican authorities, USA Today reported.
Trump has been using the issue as a tactic to threaten to cut off aid to countries in Central America, including Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.
This is not the first time that Trump has referenced a baby.
On Sunday, during a 60 Minutes interview— which marked his first time on the program since taking office — the president addressed claims that there were people in the White House he did and did not trust, noting that he was “not a baby.”
“I don’t trust everybody in the White House, I’ll be honest with you,” Trump said. “I’m usually guarded. And I think I’m guarded anyway. But I’m not saying I trust everybody in the White House. I’m not a baby.”
He continued: “This is a tough business. This is a vicious place. Washington, D.C. is a vicious place. The attacks, the bad-mouthing, the speaking behind your back. But you know, in my way I feel very comfortable here.”
And the connection extends well into the summer too. A 20-foot balloon of an angry, orange, diaper-clad baby resembling him soared over the British Parliament Square on July 13 — the same day as the U.S. president’s visit to the U.K.’s capital.
The blimp, dubbed “Trump Baby,” was approved by none other than London Mayor Sadiq Khan himself after a crowdsourcing campaign amassed over $20,000 and 10,000 signatures in favor of the stunt.
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After causing a sensation overseas, it was announced that the Trump Baby blimp would be making an appearance in the States. It has since made stops in California and Florida, with plans to fly outside of the president’s golf resort in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Following Trump’s roundtable comment on Friday — and Cochrane’s subsequent tweet — the Internet couldn’t resist posting memes, gifs, and tweets dedicated to the one and only Trump Baby.
Some tweeted their support to Cochrane, writing: “What the hell does that mean? Did you press him on it. Can’t you say, ‘Answer the question, Sir!'”
“He’s the baby. He has absolutely no evidence,” added another user.
“Thank you for asking this question. We can only hope your reporting can make a difference. Don’t give up, don’t get discouraged!” one person wrote.
Meanwhile, others accused him of being sexist towards a female reporter — which he was previously criticized for earlier this month.
“Heard it. Saw it. Completely sexist and patronizing,” one user tweeted. “Thought he was the one who wasnt the baby?”
“He has such a way with women, Doesn’t he?” joked another user.
Sat Oct 20 00:28:48 EDT 2018
The friendly exes were together to continue their annual get-together at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights in Los Angeles on Friday evening as the This Is Us actress, 34, shared videos of their frightening night out.
“This is a tradition right?” Moore said in a video that showed the NCIS actor.
“It’s a yearly tradition that Mandy and I take the horror of Halloween Horror Nights,” Valderrama, 38, said before Moore told him: “I’m scared.”
Friday’s outing marked the second one this month for the pair, who reunited at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Oct. 6. During the event, Moore shared a photo of the That ’70s Show alum planting a kiss on her cheek as she grinned at the camera.
“He was like my first, real, true boyfriend,” she recalled.
Moore also characterized her current friendship with Valderrama as positive. “We’re not that close, but we’re friendly,” she explained. “He’s a good guy, he really is.”
Both Moore and Valderrama have long since moved on from their young romance: Moore got engaged to Taylor Goldsmith in 2017, while Valderrama has been supportive of ex-girlfriend Demi Lovato after her July overdose. He has flown to visit Lovato on the East Coast several times, TMZ reported in September.
Though Moore is friendly with ex Valderrama, she may not be on positive terms with another ex.
Her ex-husband Ryan Adams recently went on a rambling Twitter spree where he claimed he couldn’t even remember marrying Moore. Adams posted his series of Twitter messages, that have since been deleted, after Moore opened up about her divorce in the November issue ofGlamour, commenting that she “didn’t choose the right person.”
A source recently told PEOPLE that Adams’ previous behavior made his marriage to Moore “impossible.”
“Ryan could be terrible to Mandy when they were married,” the source said of the former couple, who tied the knot in 2009, before announcing their separation six years later. “She tried so hard to be a good wife and good friend, but he made it impossible.”
The source added, “Everything happened the way it was supposed to and she is truly happy now. Taylor is the perfect fit for her and she doesn’t even dwell on her past with Ryan. She’s happily moved on.”
Fri Oct 19 23:19:32 EDT 2018
However, the 26-year-old “Bodak Yellow” rapper revealed she still has some things she’d like to work on. “Ladies how do you guys get rid of the black line in the middle of your stomach after giving birth?? cause bitch,” Cardi wrote on Instagram Friday, along with a photo of herself in a black tracksuit, which bared her toned abs.
In the image, a dark line can be seen both above and below her belly button. According to American Pregnancy Association, the line is called the pregnancy line and is usually caused by the changing hormones or the imbalance of hormones.
The line is quite common and usually fades away on its own shortly after the baby is born.
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Since welcoming her daughter in July, Cardi has been candid about how much her body has changed.
During a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Cardi said Kulture “broke my vagina.”
Kimmel, 50, replied, “That’s a rude thing for her to do. I was always worried about falling on stepping on a crack and breaking my mother’s back.”
“Why nobody tells you about those things? Nobody told me they were gonna stitch my vagina,” Cardi lamented. “People just be like, ‘Oh, you know, when you give birth, it’s gonna hurt.’ But nobody tells you .”
Even though the birthing process was harder than she expected, Cardi is embracing motherhood.
“Yes, I am enjoying it. It’s the best,” she said. “It’s like, ‘Oh my gosh, I should have had you when I was a teenager. This is what I was missing my whole life? I love you.’ “