You never know what you’re going to see or who you’re going to meet at New York Comic-Con. Over the four-day NYCC extravaganza, I sat in press rooms with the executives, writers, and stars of television and film, as well as comic book authors and artists. But I truly did not expect to interview a presidential candidate. On Saturday afternoon, in the middle of the crowded show floor at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in NYC is where I met Andrew Yang, an executive and entrepreneur who declared his candidacy for President of the United States as a Democrat earlier this year.
Sh*t My President Says: The Illustrated Tweets Of Donald J. Trump Hardcover | Kindle
Story and Art by Shannon Wheeler IDW Publishing | Top Shelf Productions
Release Date: August 15, 2017
In my world, as I’m sure it is in yours, when someone drops an LOL into a text or tweet, it is often because they have nothing else to say and want to let you know they saw it. In Sh*t My President Says: The Illustrated Tweets Of Donald J. Trump, however, I absolutely laughed out loud. Maybe it was the tweets or maybe it was the hilarious illustrations from author Shannon Wheeler. But whatever it was, it had me in stitches.
The Women’s March on Washington in underway in D.C. today with plenty of celebrities out in full force for the today’s historic event, including Supergirl star Melissa Benoist, who had a special message for our new President.
Benoist posted a photo to her Instagram account today of herself at the March holding a placard with a message for President Donald Trump.
Whether or not you support the 45th President of the United States, politics will always make for good drama on TV. And since today is Donald Trump’s Presidential Inauguration, Netflix could not have picked a better time to release the first teaser trailer for Season 5 of of their hit political drama House of Cards.
Watch the Season 5 announcement teaser trailer here below.
In a shocking turn of events, beloved outgoing President Barack Obama turned heel today at the inauguration. He hit long-time friend and ally Vice-President Joe Biden with his Pedigree finisher before grabbing a mic.
The outgoing POTUS told the crowd to “stick it” and said “he was sick of trying to impress the fans.” Obama said, “All you people do is make me sick. Well, suck it, America.”