Here are some highlights from this week in politics:
Donald Trump likes horrible people:
- Trump this week enlisted hired Steve Bannon, the executive chairman of Breitbart News, and a right-wing media pundit who loves to argue to lead his campaign, because his camp doesn't have enough hot air swirling around it already.
Donald Trump's lawyer is arguably more childish than he is:
Chefs for Hillary Needs Your Recipes
Hillary Clinton, long-time politician and food-eater, is enlisting chefs to create foods in her honor for a campaign called "Chefs for Hillary."
With current suggestions like, "Patriotic Penne Pie" and "Stars and Stripes Sugar Cookies," we think people can be a little more creative. How about we whip her up some "Criminal Justice Reform Meatloaf, "Labor and Workers' Rights Baked Potatoes," or "Small Business Tacos."
Bring em on, America.
Utah Lt. Gov. Cox Shows Human Side, Apologizes for Perpetuating Homophobia
Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox, touched by the Orlando Massacre, was prompted to apologize for his past homophobia. In a poignant vigil in Salt Lake City on Monday he honored the victims and survivors, acknowledging his lacking in the past.
We still have a long way to go, but moments like this give me more faith in politicians.
Cards Against Humanity Wants Your Vote
Getting in on the political season, Cards Against Humanity has launched a campaign to get your vote. Watch here to participate, and all proceeds go toward... hrm, well, just pay attention:
America Votes with Cards Against Humanity from Max Temkin on Vimeo.