Donald Trump thanked the first responders who came to the aid of victims of Hurricane Florence. The storm devastated portions of North Carolina, dumping massive amounts of rain and damaging millions of dollars in property. Many natural areas were destroyed, some farmers lost everything and more than a few people have been left homeless. The first responders after this massive storm were literal life savers, and Trump was absolutely right to thank them. Unfortunately, the sentiment of his message was lost for many people because he didn't seem to put any effort or preparation into what he was saying. Then, in the middle of his off-the-cuff message, he confused everyone by talking about the wetness of water.
The New York Times has been the talk of the town lately - mostly because of the anonymous Op-Eds. The publication just got itself some more attention, but it's probably not the kind that they like. The organizations Emmy's coverage was marred by a caption that somehow confused Angela Bassett with Omarosa.
Olivia Wilde's stopped by the The Ellen DeGeneresShow to discuss a certain photo and how that portrait led to her children, Daisy Josephine and Otis Alexander, to think DeGeneres is their real Mommy. Confused? You won't be.
A man captured on video shaving on a New Jersey train and flicking the shaving cream and hair onto the floor has been identified as Anthony Torres.