Trump’s Melania gag was inspired…
5 minutes of the best lines…
Anti-Faragist elements in UKIP are seeking to censure their leader over his support for Donald Trump. The party’s beleaguered NEC is meeting today to discuss the punishment for Steven Woolfe and Mike Hookem, as well as the rules on whether Woolfe, Raheem Kassam and Suzanne Evans are allowed to stand in the leadership election. If Woolfe receives any sort of suspension he will theoretically lose his status as a member “in good standing”, leaving him ineligible. Intriguingly there are also moves afoot to issue some sort of punishment against Farage for his trips to the States to appear on stage with The Donald. Unlikely to succeed but a measure of how factional the UKIP NEC has become…
WikiLeaks has revealed Louise Mensch’s support for Hillary Clinton included a private suggestion for an advert for her campaign. Louise has since switched support to independent candidate Evan McMullin who she calls an “actual Republican” – even though he is not the official Republican candidate. This was the email from Louise which was forwarded to the Democratic campaign in February:
“Her competence and intelligence are beyond doubt, her problem is warmth.
If I may, here is an ad I would love to see run;
A succession of mostly young women, a few old women, one with a baby daughter, multiracial and multi-occupation, to include a nurse and a woman in uniform of some kind where permitted… one after the other, smiling and looking to camera and saying ‘It’s our time.’ and the last woman says, ‘It’s our time. I’m with her.’
fade to banner credit ‘Hillary 2016’ “
Here was her response today:
A criminal offence in U.K. to hack emails and I find myself in the happy position of being able to make a criminal complaint vs #Assange 🙂
— Louise Mensch (@LouiseMensch) October 12, 2016
However here is her tweet from yesterday, happily attacking Clinton from Wikileaks emails.
— Louise Mensch (@LouiseMensch) October 11, 2016
Here’s a montage of the key moments from the second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton https://t.co/8Mtmn4LIbB
— Sky News (@SkyNews) October 10, 2016
— Press Association (@PA) October 10, 2016
— ABC News (@ABC) September 27, 2016
No knockout blows… Judging by lack of triumphalism from left the Donald didn’t screw up and Hillary won the pundits.[…]
Continuing the theme of presidential candidates being grilled by comedians, Hillary meets Zach Galifianakis. “I really regret doing this…”[…]
On Monday top Hillary Clinton aide Neera Tanden sensationally claimed “the Russians” were “directly funding” UKIP. Quite an allegation, and one for which Team Clinton alas offered zero evidence. Nigel Farage has addressed the claim :
Breitbart: “According to her, Nigel, you are a far-right politician funded by the Russians.