Mar. 18, 2019 03:38PM EST
Congressional Democrats are split after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke out against impeaching Donald Trump, saying, "he's not worth it."
While Pelosi views Trump as "ethically and intellectually unfit" to be president, she told The Washington Post that congressional plans for ejecting Trump from the White House should be shelved for now.
It's been almost a week since the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board Meeting where Donald Trump erroneously referred to Apple CEO Tim Cook as "Tim Apple" – to his face.
Trump praised the tech giant, telling him, "You've really put a big investment in our country. We appreciate it very much, Tim Apple."
The internet had a field day with the name gaffe and roasted 45's penchant for butchering the names of industry leaders like Marillyn Hewson – the CEO of Lockheed Martin – to whom Trump addressed as "Marillyn Lockheed."
But like every major slip up, the liar-in-chief always has an excuse.
President Donald Trump once said he "heard" that he was first in his class at the University of Pennsylvania, but has declined to release any of his academic records.
The Daily Pennsylvanian has confirmed that, while Trump finished his undergraduate degree at the university's Wharton business program, his name doesn't appear on the school's dean's list or on the list of students who received academic honors in his class of 1968.
While Donald Trump opens the White House doors to college sports teams celebrating their wins, his attempts at good will are sorely lacking.
A few months ago, 45 welcomed the NCAA champion Clemson Tigers football team into the East Room, where the young athletes were greeted to a smorgasbord of what Trump called, "great American food."