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Maybe this is the real reason Donald Trump didn't want to throw the first pitch for an MLB game: he just has a deep, burning, maddening desire to let loose an impassioned 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game.' 

Home Secretary Amber Rudd brought on a glorious and unforgiving wave of hilarious trolling after she was quoted on Live TV in her interview saying, "the best people who understand the technology, who understand the necessary hashtags to stop this stuff ever being put up, not just taken down, but ever being put up in the first place are going to be them." Aheeeem. What now? This is the kind of fail-technology moment equivalent to that one time someone implied the internet operates off tubes and shit...

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Via: Late Night with Seth Meyers
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Yesterday started with Trump reminding everyone that Lincoln was a republican and ended with the another major Trump connection to Russia.

But that's just the tip of the iceberg because yesterday was so batshit crazy. While everyone was talking about Trump's go-nowhere wiretapping claim that we're still wasting our time with, another major Russia story burst, with evidence indicating that the former Trump campaign chair has been working to aide Putin since 2006. These guys can't keep their hands out of the cookie jar. 

Ew, boy. This is a lot. I'd watch the video and get a little sugar with that medicine. 

#GOPDnD recently popped up as a new trending Twitter hashtag that entertains the idea of how Republicans would go about handling a game of Dungeons & Dragons. Spoiler Alert: the hashtag does nothing if not make it seem like they'd be terrible to play with. And queue up the inevitable rage-riddled, politically-fueled shitstorm...

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The court rules in favor of love. Now, you two kiss.

Yesterday was Neil Gorush's Supreme Court nomination hearing, and boy, was it exciting. It's not every day you see a Supreme Court nominee vying for a stolen seat. 

But aside from the insane-o politics of the Supreme Court right now, Ted Cruz was looking like he was having a good time yesterday. Who wouldn't be having a good time when your boss once said that your dad might've been involved with the Kennedy assassination

All of those feelings bubbled to the surface when Cruz took one look at Merrick Garland, the man who would make corporations can be treated as people in the eyes of the court, especially if a company has a religious belief and a company wants to go to heaven one day. 

Tell you about who was in heaven already: Ted Cruz. Look at this guy:

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Via: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
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Donald Trump managed to make another splash on the hysterical Twitter scene yesterday after a couple weeks of surprising silence, by butchering an attempt at paying homage to the Irish in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Naturally, Stephen Colbert capitalized on the slip-up by reading more of the President's favorite (not so) Irish proverbs.

Via: Late Night with Seth Meyers
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Pretty shitty week for that reality-TV gameshow host who's really struggling to be president right now. His travel ban was blocked because his cronies couldn't stop bragging about how racist it was, his wiretapping claim is bunk, and his budget plan is putting a halt to those pesky Meals on Wheels senior. Wow, pretty dumb stuff to have read or write about the leader of the free world. 

Anyway, Seth Meyers is getting us through it because Seth funny. Funny is good. Cutting PBS bad. 

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