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Dua Lipa is a complete and utter queen, with her single New Rules topping the Irish charts for weeks, and a pair of sell-out Dublin gigs to her name. 

We love to belt out New Rules in the car, at pre-drinks or just in general wherever the mood takes us, but one person we never imagined enjoying Dua's dulcet tones was POTUS Trump. 

However, YouTube channel Maestro Ziikos has used the power of video editing to give us a taste of exactly what it would be like to be serenaded by Trump singing New Rules.


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We were in stitches at SHEmazing HQ over this mash up. 

Check it out for yourself here:




It was the result Clinton campaigners were dreading, but as of this morning, Donald J Trump is the new President of United States.

And while Twitter has been awash with posts deriding American society for voting in an openly racist, sexist and misogynistic individual with no political or military experience, the man himself hadn't taken to social media… until now.

Nine hours after his last tweet, the Republican paid tribute to the momentous event in American history and vowed to unite the county.

"Such a beautiful and important evening! The forgotten man and woman will never be forgotten again. We will all come together as never before," read the tweet.

And while it has racked up a staggering 50,000 likes in less than half an hour, social media users have wasted no time questioning the validity of Trump's sentiments.

""We"* *except from everyone, wo is not a white American man," responded one Twitter user.

"Obama to Trump is the worst downgrade ever. Give the world back to the dinosaurs #RIPAmerica," added another.

Referencing the countless racist remarks and xenophobic comments Trump made during the course of his presidential campaign, another individual replied: "Hey Sir, I am a Muslim and I would to report a man working in the Oval office responsible for spreading hate speech."

This morning's result brings to an end one of the most controversial US presidential campaign in history.


She’s never been one to hide her opinions, but last night Harry Potter creator JK Rowling offered America the best summary of its ongoing presidential race.

Taking to Twitter to comment on Hillary Clinton’s latest debate with Donald Trump, the author wrote: “Well, there you have it.  A highly intelligent, experienced woman just debated a giant orange Twitter egg.  Your move, America. #debate.”

Naturally social media users are loving the 51-year-old’s wit, as in the 13 hours since it was posted, the tweet has received more than 100,000 likes and has been retweeted 45,000 times.

In celebration of the statement, one user wrote: “They didn’t discuss climate change but JK Rowling SKEWERED Donald Trump on Twitter so everything’ll be fine.”

While another said: “JK Rowling just called Donald Trump an egg.  What a moment in history.”

Our thoughts exactly.


It was the first televised debate between US presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump – so understandably tensions were high.

As Americans (along with curious bystanders around the world) watched-on intently, the two politicians bashed it out over an intense 90-minute discussion held at Hofstra University just outside New York. 

In the aftermath, numerous commentators agreed that while Trump started strongly, he quickly spiralled out of control – becoming increasingly defensive and chaotic in the face of Clinton's cool and controlled demeanour. 

With hardened moderator Lester Holt directing proceedings, the Republican nominee was forced to angrily defended himself against charges of racism, sexism and tax avoidance.

Trump saw his biggest hits come courtesy of trade deal issues and Hillary's own political record, but the former Apprentice star nevertheless appeared under-prepared for a stage of such magnitude.

Here are are some of the main issue that the candidates disagreed on… 


1) On being president of the United States

TRUMP: "She doesn't have the stamina."

CLINTON: "As soon as he travels to 112 different countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease-fire… or even when he stands in front of a congressional committee for 11 hours straight, he can talk to me about stamina."


2) On creating and supporting jobs

TRUMP: "Our jobs are fleeing the country."

CLINTON: "We have to build an economy that works for everyone – not just those at the top."


3) On the economy

TRUMP: "Under my plan I will be reducing taxes tremendously – from 35 percent to 15 per cent for companies; small and big businesses. It's going to be a beautiful thing to watch."

CLINTON: "The kind of plan that Donald has put forth would be trickle-down economics all over again. I call it 'Trumped up; trickled down.'"


4) On the issue of Barack Obama's birth-cert

TRUMP: "I was the one who got him to produce the birth certificate – and I think I did a good job."

CLINTON: "He started his political activity based on this racist lie that our first black president was not an American citizen."


5) On taxes:

TRUMP: "I will release my tax returns, against my lawyers' wishes, when she releases her 33,000 emails that have been deleted. As soon as she releases them I will release my tax returns."

CLINTON: "Maybe he doesn't want the American people – all of you watching tonight – to know that he's paid nothing in federal taxes. That means zero for troops; zero for Vets. Because there's something he's hiding."


6) On track-records:

TRUMP: "Hillary has experience – but it's bad experience."

CLINTON: "This is a man who's called women pigs, slobs, and dogs."

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