Stephen Colbert Imagines Another Batch Of Donald Trump’s Postcards Home

Donald Trump has got the postcard-writing bug. Kind of.

On Friday’s “Late Show,” Stephen Colbert imagined another batch of notes that Trump has been sending back to his family members and allies during his first big trip abroad as president.

“The Pope has a Golden Throne too!” he writes to his son, Donald Trump Jr., in one of his missives, referencing meeting Pope Francis at the Vatican.

“But for some reason, his doesn’t flush,” he adds.

Check out the rest of the postcards in the clip above.

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‘The Simpsons’ Trolls Donald Trump With A Visit From Richard Nixon’s Ghost

“The Simpsons” has marked President Donald Trump’s first 125 days in office in comic style.

In a new short posted online Friday the cartoon version of Trump attempts to patch things up with fired FBI Director James Comey, who’d been leading an investigation into possible ties between Trump officials and Russia.

But their White House bedroom rendezvous is interrupted by a visit from former President Richard Nixon’s ghost, who thanks Trump for bumping him up in the “best president” stakes before offering him some sage advice.

Check it out in the segment above.

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Conan Trains With ‘Wonder Woman’ Gal Gadot And Does Not Fare Well

There is only one warrior Conan, and he was played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 1980s. Unfortunately for the late-night host of the same name, there is not the same level of fear struck in the hearts of opponents when they hear the name Conan O’Brien.

So you can imagine that Wonder Woman Gal Gadot felt pretty confident going into a training session with Coco.

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‘The President Show’ Airs New Segment Of Trump ‘Screaming At The TV’

President Trump is known to watch some cable news. It’s hard to say if he actually enjoys it ― especially lately ― since everything he’s doing is terrible, and talking about him doing these terrible things is what cable news does.

Anthony Atamanuik’s Donald Trump introduces a new segment on “The President Show” called “Screaming At The TV.” Enjoy. 

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See All The Cool Stuff Trump Got Overseas On This Week’s ‘President Show’

President Trump went on his first trip overseas, away from his TV and his golf course, and he got souvenirs! 

From creepy glowing orbs that send Mike Pence into a trance to a sword Trump named “Sexcalibur,” see all the cool things the president brought back to the U.S. in this week’s episode of “The President Show.”

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Frustrated 5-Year-Old’s Speech About ‘Marack Obama’ Is Deeply Relatable

For 5-year-old Taylor, it’s bad enough Barack Obama is no longer the U.S. president ― but did Hillary Clinton have to lose the 2016 election, too?

In a three-part Instagram video that’s gone viral since her mom uploaded the clips on Thursday, the 5-year-old had some questions as to how this electoral system would allow Obama to depart from the White House and allow President Trump to enter.

“Why did [Obama] go?” a genuinely frustrated Taylor asks her mom. “Where did he go? So why do we have the president we have now at the same spot he was and why did he leave it anyway?”

When Taylor’s mom starts to explains that presidents can only sit for two terms, Taylor’s already moved on. 

“But how come Hillary did not get to be the president and why is she the loser?” she asks. 

But the real existentialist kicker in the video came when Taylor asked: “And what are they even winning, anyway?” 

After using pizza to try to further her understanding of America’s voting system, Taylor becomes increasingly frustrated and confused as to why Trump had to occupy the presidency. 

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Under the belief that Trump is ruling the nation from her native Texas, she becomes annoyed.

“Well, why does he have to live there?” she exclaims throwing her hands up in exasperation. “I want him living somewhere else, I don’t want him living in Texas.”

Taylor still isn’t pleased though when she finds out the White House isn’t actually in Texas. 

“Well I don’t want him being our president, anyway…I wanted Hillary and Marack Obama,” the defeated 5-year-old said. 

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Mom’s Rant About End-Of-The-Year Half Days Goes Viral

The end of the school year can be a chaotic time between the teacher gifts, report cards, special events and summer planning. And then there are those half days…

This mom is not having it.

On May 23, blogger Susannah B. Lewis, aka Whoa Susannah, posted a video rant on Facebook

 “What’s the point of the end-of-the-year half day?” she asks in the video. “That just means I “half” to get up at 6:30, drag these kids out of bed, send them to school for three hours to get hyped up on sugar, high fructose corn syrup, Pixie Stix and doughnuts and cupcakes, and then I ‘half’ to go get them before the sugar high has even worn off.” 

Lewis’ video has reached over 3.6 million views. Educators and fellow parents flooded the comments section to share their same woes.

The following day, Lewis shared a photo of her son during his final half day at school. 

Best of luck, mama!

 

H/T Today

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The Funniest Tweets From Parents This Week

Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest ways. So each week, we round up the most hilarious 140-character quips from moms and dads to spread the joy. Scroll down to read the latest batch and follow @HuffPostParents on Twitter for more!

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