Google Chrome extension adds 'context' to Trump's tweets - Metro US

Google Chrome extension adds ‘context’ to Trump’s tweets


President Obama gave his last press conference of 2016 on Friday, where he called his relationship with Trump “cordial.”

The first lady was less than cordial in an interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired Friday on “CBS This Morning,” saying “We feel the difference now. See, now, we’re feeling what not having hope feels like, you know.”

Trump, not one to listen to his critics, is alreadygearing up for his 2020 re-election campaign, predicting “in four years, we’re going to win it by even more.”

If four more years of tweeting scare you, then try thisChrome extension from The Washington Postthat gives “a bit more context into Trump’s tweets.”

If you’re an “Unsolved Mysteries” fan who thinks Robert Stack is the only true host of the TV series, then rejoice becauseAmazon plans to stream the show next year, with revised episodes that include new information about the original cases.

“Malcolm in the Middle” star Frankie Munizis somehow trending on Facebook and it’s for selling his home — in Phoenix.

Talk about taking justice into your own hands. A female employee at a San Bernardino store called Lotions & Lace reportedlyfought off a robber by throwing sex toys at him. It turns out the robber’s gun was fake.

In case you haven’t noticed, it’s pretty cold in partof the country. So Metro decided toask Philly Jesus how he stays warm on the streetswith just a staff and a robe.

For anyone else looking for ideas to stay warm in the freezing temps, it’sNational Ugly Christmas Sweater Day.


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