January 27, 2022

Review Category : People

Cheeky flip flops mock Donald Trump's very public contradictions

Cheeky flip flops mock Donald Trump's very public contradictionsMost politicians flip flop on issues, but when it's documented on Twitter, it makes things a little more obvious. Notorious tweeter and President of the United States, Donald Trump, is pretty infamous for criticizing an issue in the past, then doing that exact same thing as president. Now you can proudly display your favorite Trump flip flop exactly where they belong: your feet. SEE ALSO: Reporters call out Trump’s claim that he saw Harvey ‘horror & devastation’ President Flip Flops are pretty simple — on one foot you have the original tweet, on the other, you have a tweet that contradicts the original statement. "Going back on your word, one step at a time," the tagline on the website reads. The flops are currently available in three options: Electoral College Edition Image: president flip flopsSyria Edition Image: president flip flopsSources Edition Image: president flip flopsThe red flops with white bands displaying the tweets are manufactured in China and and heat pressed in the U.S., giving the site another opportunity to take a dig at Trump by comparing it to the manufacturing of his ties.  "Made in China, heat pressed in the US. The same as our President's ties, right?" the site reads.  According to the site, the flops were created as "a lighthearted poke at the political flip flops the President makes on Twitter." Additionally, 10 percent of proceeds will be donated to the ACLU. There are obviously plenty of other possible President Flip Flops for Trump, and you can share your own suggestion on Twitter, of course, using the hashtag #PresidentFlipFlops. WATCH: Kristen Bell performed for Irma evacuees and is an all-around badass with relief efforts


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Obamacare enrollment to fall in 2018 and beyond after cuts: CBO

Obamacare enrollment to fall in 2018 and beyond after cuts: CBOEnrollment on the Obamacare health insurance exchanges in 2018 and later years is expected to be less than previously forecast, dampened by the Trump administration's decision to pull back enrollment efforts, the U.S. Congressional Budget Office said on Thursday. The administration has cut back on advertising spending, halved the enrollment period to six weeks, and reduced outreach. In addition, insurance premiums will rise sharply in 2018, the CBO said, which will also deter enrollment.


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Obamacare enrollment to fall in 2018 and beyond after cuts: CBO

Obamacare enrollment to fall in 2018 and beyond after cuts: CBOEnrollment on the Obamacare health insurance exchanges in 2018 and later years is expected to be less than previously forecast, dampened by the Trump administration's decision to pull back enrollment efforts, the U.S. Congressional Budget Office said on Thursday. The administration has cut back on advertising spending, halved the enrollment period to six weeks, and reduced outreach. In addition, insurance premiums will rise sharply in 2018, the CBO said, which will also deter enrollment.


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Conservative speaks at UC Berkeley amid heavy security

Conservative speaks at UC Berkeley amid heavy securityBERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — A phalanx of police and a campus on virtual lockdown Thursday accomplished the University of California, Berkeley administration's goal of allowing a conservative to speak at the famously liberal university which has become known more recently for its violent demonstrations between those with opposing viewpoints.


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Correction: Galapagos-Extinct Turtle story

Correction: Galapagos-Extinct Turtle storyQUITO, Ecuador (AP) — In a story Sept. 13 about efforts to restore an extinct tortoise species in the Galapagos Islands, The Associated Press misidentified the name of the island where some tortoises still have genetic traces of the Chelonoidis elephantopus. It is Isabela Island, not Isabel Island.


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