In a narrow vote of 217 to 213 on Thursday, the House passed a bill to repeal Obamacare to the horror and disappointment of many. “Deductibles are going to come down. It’s going to be fantastic health care,” Trump said in a meeting with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. “Right now Obamacare is failing.”
But then he went on to praise Australia’s health care system, telling Turnbull: “I shouldn’t say this to our great gentleman and my friend from Australia, because you have better health care than we do. We’re going to have great health care very soon.”
Senator Bernie Sanders got quite the chuckle watching the clip later on. “Thank you Mr. President,” he said on MSNBC. “Let us move to a Medicare for all system that does what every other major country on earth does: guarantee health care to all people at a fraction of the cost per capita what we spend. . .We’ll quote you on the floor of the Senate.”
Julieanna Goddard AKA YesJulz—nightlife personality and “Queen of Snapchat”—came under social media fire on Thursday night. The offense? Tweeting a photo of a shirt with the N-word on it and asking her followers if she was allowed to wear it.
While we probably don’t need to tell you what happened next since we’ve seen this shit before, followers quickly dragged Goddard to hell for the tweet (which has since been deleted, but y’all know Twitter be keeping them receipts), prompting a half-assed apology on her behalf. “Guys, I was calling out some1 who suggested that I wear this t-shirt he made.I clearly wouldn’t wear it,” she said. “Sorry if I offended anyone, that was and never is my intention.”
And “clearly” what she actually meant to say is “wasn’t and never is my intention,” right? Or… (Read her last line again.)
Anyway! Her followers proceeded to read her for filth:
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New Jersey’s first female officer of color, Elena Gonzalez, has quit following alleged sexual discrimination and harassment. Gonzalez—who had been with the Neptune Township Police Department for 11 years—said she could no longer deal with “the good ol’ boys club,” leading to her resignation. “These are the types of things that happened 30 to 40 years ago and people recognized it was wrong,” attorney Donald Burke said. But the township has denied allegations, and has hired an independent investigator to perform a review in the meantime.
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