Like many American politicians, Obama can’t believe this is happening. (No, really, he can’t.) So, in between some gentle ribbing at Trump’s choice of vocabulary, some Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders swipes (Fallon’s recurring impression is quickly becoming less of a performance and more of a reenactment of what happened on a particularly busy day), and Trump’s dismissal of a 700-foot wall as being too small, Obama tries to give the presumptive nominee some advice for what to do if he makes it to the White House.Also, you probably can’t spoil Obama on Game of Thrones. He likely knew about the big twist beforehand with those handy screeners, and hey, he could’ve easily spoiled us during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner last week, but he didn’t. That’s some presidential restraint.
It's gonna be yugely.
Jimmy Fallon's Donald Trump says he's making a second-place finish in Iowa great again
Donald Trump isn't taking his second-place finish in the Iowa caucus too well. He’s accused the victory, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), of stealing his victory after Cruz's campaign released a misleading statement about Ben Carson. Trump has also called for a new caucus, referenced spending the least amount of money per vote in Iowa, and tried to convince everyone that second place is a good thing—unlike a certain tweet of his from 2014 that recently resurfaced.
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