Whatever your opinion of him, Donald Trump is a Twitter president for our chaotic, frustrated, turbulent times
Last week, Yoko Ono delivered her reaction to the unexpected election of Donald Trump as US president in the form of an online video posted on Facebook, in which she shrieked non-stop for 19 seconds.
The blogger Perez Hilton noted that Ono’s response perfectly captured what everyone was feeling about the fact that a ranting devotee of eastern European beauties and gilded interiors – with zero political credentials – is somehow set to assume the US’s...
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