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Anti-Trump McTweet posted by hackers, not company

A tweet posted on McDonald's corporate account was the result of hacking.

A McDonalds anti-Trump tweet sent throughout the twitter-verse was done by hackers says the company. 

The fast-food chain confirmed on Thursday that someone had hacked into their corporate account and made an entry unbeknownst to them.

The words in the post, since deleted, said Trump was a “disgusting excuse of a President,” and wished Barack Obama would come back.

Could gay man become Trump NATO ambassador?

It's rumored that Republican Richard Grenell could become Trump's NATO ambassador.

Openly gay Republican and former U.S. spokesman at the United Nations, Richard Grenell could become the president’s ambassador to NATO if a Bloomberg report is correct.  

A White House official who wishes to remain anonymous alerted Bloomberg to the possible delegation.  

Pro and anti-Trump rallies spring up in SD over weekend

Anti-Trump ralliers line the shores of Ocean Beach to spell out their thoughts of the new United States president.

Organized pro and con Trump rallies sprouted up throughout San Diego over the weekend, and one group took to the sandy shore of Ocean Beach to create a human banner which spelled out their thoughts. 

Caitlyn Jenner to Trump: 'This is a disaster...call me'

Caitlyn Jenner asks the president to call her in Twitter video a day after he rescinds trans protections in school.

Caitlyn Jenner, perhaps one of Trump’s biggest celebrity LGBT supporters, has broken her silence on the recent repeal of transgender protections put in place by the Obama administration.

The Republican took to Twitter with a message directly to Trump saying he promised to protect the LGBT community and he still can, “Call me” she said using a telephone hand gesture.

Trump may pull plug on Obama guidance protecting trans kids

Although not a legally binding guidance, schools were threatened with loss of funding if they didn’t adhere to the Obama directive.

What LGBT advocates have feared since last November may finally be happening according to an anonymous government official.

The revocation of federal guidelines put in place by Barack Obama to protect transgender men and women who want to choose which the restroom they use.

Trump's impromptu press conference had many noteworthy moments

Stone-skipping the topics and random remarks were the highlights of Trump's impromptu press conference on Thursday.

President Trump decided to have an impromptu press conference yesterday, causing many ill-prepared reporters to gather their digital recorders and notepads at the last minute.

The conference was supposed to introduce Trump’s labor secretary nominee Alexander Acosta, but it soon devolved into a showcase of misinformation with slightly racist overtones.

Trump uses presidential power to criticize Nordstrom; an issue of ethics

Nordstrom drops Ivanka Trump's fashion line, her father tweets on personal account that it is "unfair"

President Trump may have crossed some ethical business and presidential lines when he tweeted about his daughter’s line of clothing and accessories being dropped from Nordstrom.

The upscale department store said they dropped the first daughter’s line because of faltering sales.

In a tweet on the president's personal social media page, her dad came to her defense.

Betsy DeVos becomes U.S. secretary of education

Betsy DeVos conformed education secretary.

Betsy DeVos has become the new U.S. secretary of education thanks to a deciding vote made by Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday.

The controversial DeVos (R) was opposed by all 48 Democrats and two Republicans in the chamber.

The final tally was 51/50.

White House lists Pulse massacre as 'ignored' news event

Pulse massacre listed as one of the US terrorist attacks the media ignored.

The White House has released a document of terrorist attacks that they say the media have “ignored,” incredibly they specify The Pulse Nightclub massacre as one of them.

On June 12, 2016, Omar Mateen entered the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando and opened fire, killing 49 people and injuring 53, making it the worst mass shooting by a lone gunman in United States history.