As if we needed more reasons to associate “Trump” with “dump”! According to a story published—where else?—on golf.com on Tuesday, Donald Trump told some of his fellow golfluencers recently that he prefers staying at his own hotels and clubs because, in his words, “That White House is a real dump.” I guess that would…
Hillary Clinton is not the president, despite really wanting to be. Her daughter Chelsea Clinton does not even want to be a councilwoman.
We have just witnessed the incredible spectacle of a vile right-wing celebrity being elected President of the United States. There is a right lesson—and a wrong one!—for Democrats to take from this.
Hillary Clinton holds her final campaign rally tomorrow, during which she will deliver a last address to constituents before the nation heads to the polls on Tuesday. In honor of the occasion, her team has clearly chosen both the location and headlining musical guest with American iconography in mind. Bruce “The Boss”…
The Clinton campaign, long an ally of New York City’s fashion elite, held a runway show-cum-fundraiser on Tuesday night co-hosted by Anna Wintour, Chelsea Clinton and Huma Abedin. Tickets went from $100 to $25,000 to see, as the New York Times cuttingly phrased it, “what turned out to be a parade of fancy T-shirts.”
Politicians are people, too. And despite the often vitriolic backlash to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, the latest dump shows how the presidential hopeful is also a caring mother who sometimes needs her daughter’s advice about the internet.
PHILADELPHIA — On Thursday night, we joined thousands and thousands of people in Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Arena to watch Hillary Clinton accept the Democratic party’s nomination.
The past two weeks have been a rollercoaster of political emotion and deadening boredom, and boy, are we tired.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Chrissy Teigen expresses an opinion, Chelsea Clinton has a baby and Olivia Wilde is as lazy as us all.
Welcome, Aidan Clinton Mezvinsky. It is a wonderful thing that by the time you have outside awareness of the world, this election season will be over.
On Monday, Chelsea Clinton announced on Twitter that she is expecting her second child next summer. Hillary Clinton responded to the announcement with her own well wishes, which she may or may not have learned about on social media.
When Chelsea Clinton was 5-years-old she was not eating dirt like us, normal people. Instead, she was writing letters to world leaders advising them on their diplomatic trips.
Chelsea Clinton has recently “undergone a DNA test” and it’s proven that she might not be Bill Clinton’s biological daughter. Before you start screaming after realizing you care more about the paternity of Chelsea Clinton more than you ever thought possible, please keep in mind that this story was broken by The…
With a name like Chelsea Clinton, you’d think that working at the Clinton Foundation would be a cakewalk—maybe popping in on Fridays with bagels and a friendly wave; approving office supply orders while you browse on Amazon; unlimited Seamless. That fantasy might actually exist, according to reports that Chelsea seems…
Malia Obama, known 90s rap enthusiast and Joey Badass fan, is looking at universities this week—and cool New Yorkers who work very hard at being cool and calm are losing their shit because she's undergraduate shopping in the Big Apple.
Recently, I compared the memoirs of Bristol Palin and Malala Yousafzai on this site and many commenters claimed it was an unfair matchup. They said every young women would fail in comparison to the 17-year old Nobel Peace Prize winner (true) and that Bristol never held herself up for such scrutiny (debatable).
Early this morning, Chelsea Clinton announced that she and husband Marc Mezvinsky welcomed a baby girl last night! Welcome Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky!
Chelsea Clinton is leaving her job at NBC, as she explains, "to continue focusing on my work at the Clinton Foundation and as Marc and I look forward to welcoming our first child." Chelsea originally earned a reported salary of $600,000 a year and mostly did "feel-good" stories about feel-good people.