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  1. Will the real Melania Trump please stand up? No actually, for real. Everyone loves a good conspiracy theory and this one involving the US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump is a little too weird. In short, people online are convinced that Donald Trump brought along a body-double for his wife Melania and the woman in the picture is not actually FLOTUS. Yep, instead of people tweeting about #FakeNews and Donald Trump, the new big thing is #FakeMelania. While all these wild conspiracy theories are almost always bullshit, the proof for this one is right here and it's honestly a little convincing. Both of them recently visited communities in Eastern Alabama to pay their condolences after recent tornadoes hit the area claiming the lives of 23 people. This picture of them basically restarted the entire theory which first surfaced two years ago. President Trump viewing the 23 crosses representing the 23 tornado victims. pic.twitter.com/TgqkWOXLu9 — Sally Pitts (@SallyPitts_WSFA) March 8, 2019 Is it the hand-holding that's giving it away? Because, we all know how much affection they show in public. People are really doubting if it's the real Melania Trump and the hashtag #FakeMelania has started trending on Twitter again. I previously thought the #fakeMelania thing was bullshit but I actually don't think that's her. lol https://t.co/KQNekZy0pi — Danny//B ð (@OGBotterz) March 8, 2019 It's not acceptable at all. A body double for public appearances? How is this an acceptable practice? Seriously. There's a whole different level of bizarre with this family. #fakeMelania — WatchingWoman (@FerryPerson) March 9, 2019 People started investigating. Ok People! Let's list all the ways #FakeMelania is different than #RealMelania. What the hell—it's the weekend, we all deserve some downtime. I'll go first: •Chin Shape pic.twitter.com/vl3hDpMx3k — MellyMedð¦ (@mel_med_larson) March 9, 2019 It's all adding up. How about height difference? #FakeMelania pic.twitter.com/QkQqnDkN7L — Afshin Afghan (@Afshin222) March 9, 2019 The only proof we need, refer to the gif above. Proof. #FakeMelania pic.twitter.com/4vYFl0IcKx — trevor beattie (@trevorbmbagency) March 9, 2019 Wait, did someone solve it? WELL, damn...#FakeMelania pic.twitter.com/VeakxeAnKP — Liza Sabater ðµð·ð¸ð¾ð¹ (@blogdiva) March 9, 2019 What is happening? Too weird for words. Are Melania and #FakeMelania even wearing the same ring? Do secret service agents generally wear such elaborate rings on the job? pic.twitter.com/Hm784nsBNn — Cornelia (@PaladinCornelia) March 9, 2019 Oh, wow. #FakeMelania The body doubles skin looks like a old saddle that been out in the elements for the past 20 years! Lol pic.twitter.com/HQzPcdSK7Z — Sandy C (@s_cala) March 9, 2019 People are being so mean to the fake Melania. The recasting of Melania is the worst I've seen since they recast Aunt Viv in Fresh Prince #fakemelania pic.twitter.com/HDIMi7FDAh — James Corscaddenð®ðªðªð¸ (@jamescorscadden) March 9, 2019
  2. President Donald Trump and Apple CEO Tim Cook were all over the news last week when Trump mistakenly referred to Apple CEO as 'Tim Apple' instead of 'Tim Cook'. Heck, Tim Cook even changed his display name on Twitter following the flub as a response. But Trump, on the other hand, claims the media were spreading “fake news” when they said he called him 'Tim Apple'. © Reuters The Republican donors present at the Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, when Trump made the claim, called it's one of his weirdest lies ever. Apparently, Trump told the donors that he actually said “Tim Cook Apple” really fast, and the “Cook” part of the sentence was softly spoken. Wait, what? Yes, the GIF accurately represents how we feel after reading what Trump had to say. We couldn't understand why the president would make such a claim in the first place, especially when the whole thing was captured on video. Here's the clip in case you needed to hear it again: Trump just called Apple CEO Tim Cook “Tim Apple” pic.twitter.com/gTHHtjWvc9 — Sean O'Kane (@sokane1) March 6, 2019 Not just that, even Tim Cook himself doesn't seem to be bothered about the flub. He, in fact, took it in a good humor by changing his display name. The donors who were present at the scene told Axios they couldn't understand why the president would make such a claim. “I just thought, why would you lie about that. It doesn't even matter!”, said one of the donors. This, however, isn't the first time Trump has tried to persuade the people. He did something similar back in 2017, when he called a New York Times report fake as well. So, we aren't particularly surprised this time around.
  3. Donald Trump and Tim Cook have been making headlines all day today for a hilarious reason. During a conference at the White House, the US President accidentally referred to Apple's CEO as 'Tim Apple', instead or Mr. Tim Cook. ... here's the president of the united states calling tim cook, ceo of apple, "tim apple." pic.twitter.com/RTc45RFm5e — fake nick ramsey (@nick_ramsey) March 6, 2019 Goes without saying that it soon became a meme and social media is having a field day joking about it. Calling Tim Cook Tim Apple to his face is my version of the American dream. I want to look Bill Gates in the eye and call him Jim Microsoft. — Kaleb Horton (@kalebhorton) March 7, 2019 "Please, Tim Apple is my work name. Call me Mr. iPhone." https://t.co/8xcbH8p9cy — Travon Free (@Travon) March 7, 2019 Some people tried to illustrate it with cool pictures and graphic imagery and the result was...well. Tim Apple with President Orange ðð pic.twitter.com/1cI1QkA0an — suppelsa (@suppeIsa) March 7, 2019 Tim Apple on the streets... Red Delicious in the sheets. pic.twitter.com/KieaY1RuOa — Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) March 6, 2019 The legend of Timmy Apple Phone. #timapple pic.twitter.com/HvxpHwu12s — No Name (@ohheh) March 6, 2019 Low key, most people actually loved this new name! Ok but to be honest, #TimApple is probably how I would have saved his name in my phone. — Linz DeFranco (@LinzDeFranco) March 7, 2019 Someone changed Tim Cook's name to “Timothy Donald Apple” and these are the moments in which I love the internet. #TimApple pic.twitter.com/LtEsatpSyg — AndyLincoln's Finger (@Lincolns_Finger) March 7, 2019 Okay, we give full marks to Salman Bhai for this. Salman Khan did it before it was cool. #TimApple pic.twitter.com/KgtzQ9uvyf — MVelhal (@MVelhal) March 7, 2019 People were quick to make a full virtual team of all CEO's with their company name as their surname, which is hilarious. #timapple This should be a good predication for Trump aye? pic.twitter.com/UaI6oyDS0S — Krithiga Narayanan (@Krithiganarayan) March 7, 2019 New Trump-Name Generator: Your Trump-name is your first name + occupation / company. Go! #TimApple pic.twitter.com/CWGsWSwvsV — IG: @TheOriginalCult ð¥ (@OriginalCult_) March 7, 2019 Well, looks like he had too much of 'covfefe' this morning!
  4. As the CEO of Apple, it is safe to say that Tim Cook is a prominent name in the industry. It's hard to miss the guy in the glasses, even if you are not particularly tech-savvy. However, it looks like the US president, our very own Donald Trump, thinks Apple's CEO is.... 'Tim Apple'. © Reuters During an American Workforce Policy Advisory Board meeting yesterday, the president referred to the CEO of Apple as 'Tim Apple' instead of Tim Cook. In his defence, names are hard. We get it. But we wonder if you can flub a name like Tim Cook, given his reputation in the industry and beyond. Here's what Trump said while addressing the media - "You've really put a big investment in our country. We appreciate it very much, Tim Apple." Better yet, here's a video clip in which you can see Trump unmistakenly referring to him as 'Tim Apple'. Also, watching Tim Cook politely nodding his head is just priceless. Trump just called Apple CEO Tim Cook “Tim Apple” pic.twitter.com/gTHHtjWvc9 — Sean O'Kane (@sokane1) March 6, 2019 It's hard to tell if Trump did this on purpose or he legitimately did a, what we like to call, an oopsie. In fact, this isn't the first time Trump has made a mistake while referring to someone. Last year, he referred to Lockheed Martin's CEO as "Marillyn Lockheed", instead of Marillyn Hewson. It's alright Mr Trump. Better luck next time.
  5. On days when the genius minds on Twitter are not busy laughing at memes, they are busy making one. This particular crossover between Donald Trump and Ranveer Singh, which we never knew we needed, is one such meme that we just can't stop laughing at. Eros International No, Donald Trump didn't follow Ranveer's millions of fans to rap to 'Apna Time Aayega' from 'Gully Boy', but he did show off his kickass dance moves by grooving to one of his popular songs. I am sure no one, even in their wildest dreams, imagined the US President to dance to a Bollywood number, but thanks to a genius, we just got a glimpse of how epic it will be if he ever did that. Eros International In case you missed it, there's a video going viral on social media where Trump is dancing to 'Malhari' from 'Bajirao Mastani'. Of course, the video is fake and photoshopped, but it's too damn funny and definitely something you can't unsee. Peshwa Warrior Trump#DonaldTrump #MAGA pic.twitter.com/s9JOb5e7DR — mad-liberals (@mad_liberals) February 20, 2019 Clearly, everyone is tripping over this video and the internet is flooded with their funny reactions. Ghoomar surpassed Deewani Mastani..ððNow its time to trump Malhari..ðªðªðªGo @RanveerOfficial ðºðºðºðºðº..Cant wait to watch it — DoorsRiver (@doorsriver) November 1, 2017 Serious love for our president! — mad-liberals (@mad_liberals) February 21, 2019 pic.twitter.com/kxbxkq98wy — Anna Khait (@Annakhait) February 21, 2019 I may have seen it all now.. — Alicia Fox (@alicia_frisbee) February 21, 2019 This is great! — Eleanor (@EleanorRoth8) February 20, 2019 This one is just funny. Enjoy! https://t.co/MOUiJeQQmq — Rick Wescott (@RickWescott) February 21, 2019 Trump face is priceless! ð — Humberto from Texas (@HumbeGinesta) February 21, 2019 Whoever has created this deserves a medal. Hillarious. ð𤣠https://t.co/QXESX07DE0 — Rahul P (@_rahulpp) February 26, 2019 We wonder if Ranveer or Deepika have watched this yet and how will they react when they see it. On the work front, Ranveer is currently basking in the success of 'Simmba' and 'Gully Boy' and working on his upcoming movie '83, where he will play the role of legendary Indian skipper Kapil Dev and recreate India's historic win at the 1983 Cricket World Cup.
  6. When Sam Morrison, 27, decided to point out the rather conspicuous hypocrisy found in abundance in US President Donald Trump's tweets through flip-flops, he never imagined that his entire inventory will be sold out in a month. He decided to make physical flip flops that will feature a pair of Trump's contradictory tweets side by side, as a reminder of the huge question mark associated with the President's credibility and opinions. © Sam Morrison/Presidentflipflops Despite having no marketing budget, his flip-flops went viral, garnering an impressive response from media houses. In less than a month's time, he sold out his entire collection. He classified his collection into three categories: 'Syria', 'Electoral College', and 'Sources'. © Sam Morrison/Presidentflipflops © Sam Morrison/Presidentflipflops © Sam Morrison/Presidentflipflops The flip-flops can be purchased in his website presidentflipflops.com, the tagline of which reads "Going back on your word, one step at a time." Sam said it was an extremely time-consuming project, because he hand-printed all 1000 pairs (which was the number of flip-flops he manufactured). He says they are 'permanently sold out' now. © Sam Morrison/Presidentflipflops © Sam Morrison/Presidentflipflops Let's just say when it comes to savagery in fashion, it does not get better than this!
  7. If you thought India's Parliament sessions are hilarious and that nothing can come even remotely close to them, wait till you hear this. Recently, Google CEO Sundar Pichai was summoned by US lawmakers, in a House Judiciary Committee hearing, for a grilling session. Of the gazillion questions thrown at him, there was one that gave the world a new face for the word 'idiot'. A congresswoman, Zoe Lofgren, asked Sundar Pichai on why US President Donald Trump's image pops up when someone searches for 'idiot'. She asked, "If you Google the word 'idiot' under images, a picture of Donald Trump comes up. How would that happen? How does search work so that that would occur?" She said that she just searched that and further asked if this was a case of intentional bias and manipulation. For all those who managed to control your laughter till the end of this question, proudly pat your backs. © Reuters Pichai, with a face as straight as a line, tried to explain them how the big tech companies work, how Google indexes webpages and how the algorithms function by taking into account various factors like relevance, popularity, keywords and more. CONGRESS: "When I type in the word 'idiot' images of Donald Trump appear." GOOGLE: "Yeah, we told you it works." #GoogleHearing pic.twitter.com/SMofyukcdd — Mrs. Betty Bowers (@BettyBowers) December 11, 2018 "So, it's not some little man sitting behind the curtain figuring out what we're going to show the user. It's basically a compilation of what users are generating, and trying to sort through that information?" the congresswoman further asks. To which, Sundar Pichai further explains how they don't manually intervene in any particular search result. We don't know if they were convinced with this answer, but this entire session only shows how little the lawmakers know about how internet and technology works.
  8. Google analytics is a tricky thing and group of Redditors took it upon themselves to associate the word “idiot” with Donald Trump when searched. As soon as you type the word “idiot”, you will be greeted with numerous pictures of Donald Trump. © MensXP This was possible thanks to an online campaign where many activists were unhappy with Trump's policies. The campaign manipulated Google's search algorithms and associated the word with the President of the United States. It was first sparked when a Reddit user posted Trump's image with the caption “idiot”. It was first reported by The Guardian and has now been trending for the past few days. What followed was an onslaught by a series of upvotes and similar posts that eventually led to being noticed by the media. The way Google image search works, it prioritises and helps compile images according to what appears in a generic Google search. India saw a similar campaign when a Google search for the name “Pappu” led to results depicting Rahul Gandhi's pictures. Google's each engine algorithm has come under fire in the past when a picture of a black developer and his friend was labelled as “gorillas”. Google fixed the issue immediately and apologised for the grave mistake. © Reuters Google said in 2009 "Search engines are a reflection of the content and information that is available on the Internet. A site's ranking in Google's search results relies heavily on computer algorithms using thousands of factors to calculate a page's relevance to a given query.” Activists have been trying to prolong manipulating Google's search results so that photos of Trump keep appearing when the word is searched. We can only say that it is working as we googled the word today and it still shows Donald Trump's pictures. There are many tactics involved to keep this trend going. One of the tactics used is to keep using the word “idiot” in the headline while using Trump's image. The more hits these articles get, the more prevalent these images will be on Google search. Just like this article you're reading right now. This method is also referred as “Google Bombing” and is a common practice used by online activists to get a message across. We suggest you give this a try and post your search results in the comment section below.
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