French President Francois Hollande chided President Trump on Saturday for saying that one of his friends – “Jim” – suggested that terrorist attacks had deterred him from taking his family to Paris. "There is terrorism and we must fight it together,” Hollande said, according to Reuters. “I think that it is never good to show the smallest defiance toward an allied country. I wouldn't do it with the United States and I'm urging the U.S. president not to do it with France." Hollande, answering questions at the Paris Agric fair, also offered a jab at U.S. gun laws, saying that France does not suffer from the same rash of mass shootings that America does. "I won't make comparisons but here, people don't have access to guns,” he said. “Here, you don't have people with guns opening fire on the crowd simply for the satisfaction of causing drama and tragedy."#paris#trump#notmymess#notmymonkey#notmycircus#notmypresident#impeachbannon#impeachtrump#illigitimatepresident#trumpsanidiot#istandwithfreepress#freepress#trumplies
So excited to share that THE FIRST SPECIAL ELECTION OF THE DRUMPF ERA GOES TO A DEMOCRAT!
Congrats Stephanie Hansen on your victory!!
Get ready #Republicants the people have awoken and they ain't going back to sleep!!
🏽🏻🏻🏼🏾🏿🏽 Via @huffpostpol
On Saturday, in a state Senate district in Delaware that stretches from Middletown to Newark, the voices in the streets turned into votes in the ballot box.
In the most expensive special election in Delaware history ― a contest to decide which party controls the state Senate ― Democrat Stephanie Hansen was on track to annihilate her Republican rival on the back of extraordinary turnout.