I love these candids of a truly tickled-looking Candidate Clinton at her staff surprise birthday party. Hillary turns 69 years young today, which means she will be the second-oldest person ever to be elected president, after Reagan, if she succeeds on November 8.
Trump would be the oldest, at 70, if he pulled the greatest upset in election history.
Willam Weld is a prominent, respected, former Republican governor, which is why his continued presence on the Libertarian ticket under spazzy former governor Gary Johnson is perplexing. You could taste Weld's contempt for Johnson when seated next to him that time Johnson couldn't name a single foreign leader.
Even dumber, he volunteers that he was having another Aleppo moment, helping to remind viewers of his recent crash-and-burn. His running mate William Weld looks like he's contemplating running, all right.
Then there's snarky Jill Stein, the anti-vaxxer who just hates everyone and thinks she's the one that we want. In an effort to troll Johnson, she tweeted which world leaders she admires—and not one of them runs a country!
I guess her campaign staff of tens made sure to block me. (Image via Twitter)
(I would post her tweet, but the very fragile Doctor Stein has blocked me! lol I guess she didn't like this tweet, mocking her with some Trumpian hyperbole:
(Image via Twitter)
Ultra-left liberals are not known for their sense of humor, but sheesh. Sensitive!
Sarah Palin is laughing somewhere, though it's probably coincidental because she doesn't really keep up with the news and stuff.
This tool wants to be in a debate with Hillary Clinton? (Video still via MSNBC)
Right-wing nutjob Gary Johnson, to whom so many have turned because they think Hillary and Trump are same/same, disqualified himself from the presidency in a humiliating answer on MSNBC when asked what he'd do about Aleppo.
Johnson, who is seeking to become Commander-in-Chief, had zero idea what Aleppo is.
Mike Barnicle responded with incredulity—something more commentators and interviewers should do when Trump displays a similar (and worse!) lack of basic knowledge.
Johnson's big supporter at MSNBC herself called it depressing and wondered aloud where his failure leaves her.
Johnson later sounded utterly disoriented in trying to explain his profound lack of knowledge: