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Donald Trump Said "7-11" When Talking About "9/11" and the Internet Response Did Not Disappoint

Donald Trump was speaking in Buffalo, New York when he referenced September 11, 2001, as you do when you are an American politician. Instead of saying "9/11" though, he accidentally said "7-11". If you thought the internet was just going to let that one go, you were wrong.

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You literally cannot make these things up. Seen over the skies (and later on the ground) in Florida.

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Specifically, Colbert dives in on a little rant about how he thinks that Trump thinks Presidents get the weekends off--or least that big celebration that'll follow Inauguration Day on Friday. 

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At a sporting event in Kuwait, the coordinators accidentally played a fake version of the Kazakh national anthem from the film Borat. They just can't seem to get it right, can they?

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As Inauguration Day looms heavy on the horizon (this Friday), and Trump's Twitter game only seems to ramp up in its unpresidented ridiculousness, it's only right that we have someone like the Jimmy Kimmel take to the streets to interview the citizenry, and hold a microscope up over something remotely similar to a Bubonic Plague of Ignorance. Oh a quick by the way here: this madness happened before:



Yes, in case anyone out there is watching this video wondering to themselves what the hell the big deal is with these answers...it's this: they are the same damn thing. The Affordable Care Act, and Obamacare = The same. Could we at least have had one person answer correctly. Nah dawg, we gotta stir the pot of stress-ridden hysteria on a regular basis.

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That tweet has since been deleted and Kwasman apologized profusely to reporters for his error... but not before everything was caught awkwardly on camera. Check out the video coverage courtesy of the Huffington Post:


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Is This Image of Mike Pence and Family 2 Spoopy For the Internet?

Mike Pence tweeted a picture of him and his family having dinner at Chili's and some of the Internet is obsessing over how spooky it is.

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Rep. Don Young of Alaska certainly has problems, but wolves aren’t one of them.

At a House Natural Resources Committee hearing this week, Young was complaining about how members of Congress were rallying together to help protect the gray wolf, when they don’t have to deal with them on a regular basis like he does.

“How many of you have got wolves in your district?” he asked. “None. None. Not one.”

And then, likely due to a full moon, he offered up this completely insane proposal.

“I’d like to introduce them to your district,” he said. “You wouldn’t have a homeless problem anymore.”

A spokesperson for Young later clarified to the Washington Post that the “analogy was purposely hyperbolic to stress the point that these predators pose serious threats to wildlife management and their listing has damaging impacts to local communities.”

Alaska has “the largest remaining population of gray wolves in the United States,” according to Defenders of Wildlife.