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The Nightcap

Nightcap for 04/11/2019

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“Cherish all your happy moments; they make a fine cushion for old age.” – Booth Tarkington



The Trump Shop

If you’re not sure what you want for Christmas or your birthday, or what to buy your favorite Trump supporter, the Trump Campaign is here to help. Released shortly after a visit to Michigan, a new t-shirt has been launched.

This one is in honor of Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) after lying about Trump’s involvement with Russia during the 2016 election. The t-shirt began being sold to Trump supporters everywhere through his Trump Campaign shop for the low price of $28 at the same time his “No Collusion’ t-shirts were made available, ($30).

Each t-shirt made by the Trump Campaign is compatible with the other attire available through the shop in vibrant patriotic red, white and blue colors. Past popular Trump Campaign wear can now be purchased with a 20 percent discount.

View the shop here



Newborns: Cute or Cretans?

You know when you get to that age where all your friends are having babies and they start posting photos of their “little bundles of joy” on Facebook and Instagram. And you’re supposed to ooooh and awwww over how cute that little infant is when really it looks like a constipated, uncooked chicken?

Send me out to pasture all you want, but newborn babies simply aren’t cute. And they cry and don’t sleep and have bowel movements like old men who eat Arby’s constantly.

Apparently, I’m not the only one who isn’t impressed with the little aliens. Recently, people took to twitter to express their disdain with newborns – looks and all – and the responses were hysterical. You can’t fool us, biology!

Here’s what people had to say.


Chelsea Handler’s Life Is Worth Oversharing for the First Time Ever

Ellen talked with Chelsea Handler about her honest new book, “Life Will Be the Death of Me… and you too!” – which details her year of self-discovery. The best-selling author explained why she’s trying to become a better human, and why her life is worth oversharing for the first time ever.

Watch the interview here