The CNN anchor's apology may have been emailed to the woman whose rear end he grabbed, but it was directed towards her husband, first, and foremost.
"Comparing Trump to a clown is most definitely an insult to clowns. He's more like one of those mask-hating customers at the grocery store," he explained. "You've seen them, a 'Karen' or whatever the name would be in Trump's case."
Tennessee hat store owner tried to walk back her decision to sell Jewish stars from the Holocaust that say "not vaccinated," but the damage was done.
Ginni Thomas, spouse to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, blew up a listserv with her husband's ex-clerks and felt the need to offer a non-apology apology.
Brand new Congressperson, Mary Miller, made a statement attempting to polish the turd she dropped when she quoted Hitler — admiringly — regarding his view of children.
Don't worry, we're not going soft. Damage is done from spreading lies about Antifa starting the wildfires. But at least he showed the rest of the GOP how to take responsibility when they're wrong.
Trump wore an actual mask during his visit to Walter Reed Medical Center. Applause.
"This is what the White House is thinking about in these times," the late-night host said.
The problem isn't Trump. The problem isn't members of Congress who cling to Trump. The problem is their voters.
Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) vigorously defended his highly offensive comments about Democrats being "in love with terrorists" on Fox News just before he apologized in a series of tweets.
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