This "website" is really just a redirect to a Facebook search for friends who like Trump. If you're in the mood to shed some dead weight from your social obligations, this is the perfect tool.
Apparently this handy link originated from Gabriel Whaley, an internet troublemaker also known for the infinite text-in-progress gif.
Time Magazine named Donald Trump to the short list of their Person of the Year 2015 this week. The photoshoot for the issue was done months ago, but with the article being published and having basically everything on Donald Trump's nomination campaign trending online, the internet only just got the gift of the above GIF.
Beyond the obvious hilarity of watching Trump dodge a bald eagle at his desk, there is the beautiful irony that a hopeful Presidential Nominee was almost attacked by a bald eagle named Uncle Sam.
Others also replied to @Time by using some of Trump's recent rhetoric with the GIF:
Take a look behind the scenes of presidential campaign commercial production in this awkward video!
The footage comes from a reel of uncut material published by Cruz for use by Super PACs in political ads. Super PACs are independently funded political action committees who support candidates indirectly through those ads you see on tv every election year. You know, the ones that come with that "paid for by the people for candidate x" disclaimer at the end of every commercial. Candidates are legally not allowed to coordinate with these independent committees on campaign ads, so they release footage of themselves on sites like YouTube. This means the video is in the public domain and becomes fair game not only for Super PACs to use, but in this case for CNN to put together into a delightfully awkward super cut.
The BrandalismProject, is a self-declared anti-advertisement art movement and has claimed responsibility for over 600 fake advertisements recently installed throughout Paris. The driving force behind the group's effort is the beginning of the UN Climate Change Conference.
Ben Carson is a neurosurgeon and a frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination.
He is also a rap legend.
The soft-spoken politico has released a new 60-second radio advertisement that is laid over a pretty dope rap. The $150,000 radio ad buy, called "Freedom," will air for two weeks.
The ad used rapper Aspiring Mogul and is intended to target black youth.
"Reaching them on a level they appreciate and follow and see if we can attract their consciousness about the election," Carson campaign spokesman Doug Watts told ABC News.
"They need to get involved and express their voice through their vote."
The third GOP presidential debate is tonight, and once again the candidates will face off on issues ranging from gun control and abortion to the economy and job creation.
Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Carly Fiorina, Chris Christie, and John Kasic will participate in the debate.
While there are stark differences between the GOP and Democratic politicians running for the highest office, are normal Americans really that different?
Cut produced the video above where they had 60 Democrats and 60 Republicans answer different questions.
The results were pretty amazing.
Should children born in the US to undocumented immigrants be deported?
Would Donald Trump make a good president?
The blue shirts (Democrats) and red shirts (Republicans) were mixed on a lot of the answers.
We aren't so different, after all!
Catch the GOP debate on CNBC tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.