In a video posted by the Miami Herald , Trump is seen waving his hands like a conductor, adjusting his chair, looking around, greeting guests — all while those around him, including his wife, Melania, stand with their hands over their hearts. The Herald accessed the video in an Instagram story posted by a real estate agent for a Russian-American firm that frequents Mar-a-Lago. The White House and the Trump Organization did not respond to requests for comments from the paper, which sent along copies of the video.
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Trump gave Rush Limbaugh the Medal of Freedom during the speech. He set up grieving parents, siblings, and spouses to weep before the cameras. He staged a surprise reunion of a military family. All while making a jaw-dropping play for black voters and a dark, extended, hatred-stoking riff on undocumented immigrants.
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But this morning, the president himself posted a photo where his head was photoshopped on to something utterly surprising: the super-buff, bare body of the fictional boxer Rocky Balboa. It was tweeted at Who knows how we should interpret it? Perhaps the 45th president suffered a blow to the head this morning. Whatever he meant, it led to an outpouring of commentary from the Twitterati. Could this photo be the ultimate, most real-to-life version of the expectation versus reality meme? Perception vs. This is all wrong, joked several pundits.
Cable News Network CNN , an American basic cable and satellite television channel, has been the subject of several controversies. CNN has often been the subject of allegations of party bias. In research conducted by the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University and the Project for Excellence in Journalism, the authors found disparate treatment by CNN of Republican and Democratic candidates during the earliest five months of presidential primaries in "The CNN programming studied tended to cast a negative light on Republican candidates—by a margin of three-to-one.