Trump never has to buy sunglasses again because Obama's photographer will shade him forever

Former First Lady Michelle Obama speaks onstage at The 2017 ESPYS. Image: Kevin Winter/Getty Images Ten times out of nine Michelle Obama has proven to be one of the most inspiring, straight-up coolest women to ever enter the White House — and she's still got it. The former FLOTUS came back into our lives on Wednesday to speak at the 2017 Inbound marketing conference about everything from successful managing to her favorite song off Beyoncé's iconic album, Lemonade. We are not worthy. SEE ALSO: Michelle Obama, Serena Williams recreate Beyoncé's 'Formation' look for her birthday Though no livestream of the event was offered, according to attendees live-tweeting, Obama spent the morning dropping mad wisdom while chatting with Roxane Gay. NBD. Hi pic.twitter.com/fHWqUcwgqN — roxane gay (@rgay) September 27, 2017 Here are some of Michelle Obama's best quotes from the event: On a future female president Hillary Clinton may have lost […] Read more »

A comprehensive look at the antics of national court jester Sean Spicer

Sean Spicer drinking his iced coffee from what appears to be a small coffee stirrer, not a straw.Image: REX/Shutterstock Throughout President Trump's brief time in office, an MVP has stood out in the administration like a head emerging from some neatly trimmed bushes: Sean Michael Spicer. In just a few months, Trump's White House Press Secretary has distinguished himself as America's very own court jester, distracting from the political chaos by providing the nation with an unpredictable trove of inadvertently humorous-yet-depressing antics. He has already inspired legendary SNL sketches and alternate credits of HBO's comedy Veep with his bizarre behavior, all of which we will reminisce upon here, in one beautiful archive a comprehensive timeline of all the Spicer insanity. SEE ALSO: Sean Spicer's standard reply gets a phenomenal 'Muppets' remix Unlike many political figures, Spicer's antics are the kind that make you alternate between laughing and crying rather than […] Read more »

Signs you may be suffering from Trump Fatigue Syndrome

Image: ambar del moral/mashable It's just over three months into Donald Trump's term as president, and as much as you promised everyone on Facebook that you'd "NEVER GIVE UP!" it's time to be honest: you're totally gonna give up. Of course, you're not *actually* going to fold just yet you know that if you don't scream at your dumb Congressperson or send money to that rando candidate in Pieceofshittown, Western Civilization will crumble to the ground. But a creeping, low level sense of despair has already entered your bones. Your brain is a hazy fog of "Wait, what?," "I don't care," and "How are we not dead yet?" You're suffering from Trump Fatigue Syndrome. SEE ALSO: Give Trumpcare a break: Here are all the pre-existing conditions it will cover Psychologists have yet to do extensive research into the disease, perhaps because I made it up. That doesn't mean it doesn't […] Read more »