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We must admit; even though American politics make us weep  –  we LIVE for the stories about Trump's personal life.

Half the time we are still scratching our heads as to HOW on earth he was elected and remains in office despite the sheer volume of scandals that have come out.

One particular scandal is going to be discussed on the Ray D'Arcy Show tomorrow – and tuning in is a MUST.


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Stormy Daniels is opening up to Ray about her alleged affair with Donald Trump.

In the interview, you can expect to hear details of the non-disclosure agreement that she signed in the run-up to the 2016 US Presidential Election.

Stormy who's real name is Stephanie Clifford, will also talk about her new tell-all book on the matter, titled Full Disclosure.


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The 39-year-old has claimed she got freaky in the sheets with a married Trump.

She also alleged that they carried on a relationship for a year, despite Donald being wed to third wife, Melania.

Stormy famously filed a defamation case against the US president.

The legal action was subsequently thrown out of court and she was left to foot Trump's legal bills – ouch, gal.

We look forward to the secrets she will spill. 



Miley Cyrus has been left 'devastated' at the loss of her beloved Malibu home to the California wildfires, it has been reported.

The wildfires have destroyed thousands of homes across the west coast of America, ravaging land and leaving 230 people missing and a death toll of 31 so far.

In a series of tweets on Sunday night, the 25-year-old pop star confirmed the news of her home's destruction, and has stated her gratitude for the survival of her pets and 'love of my life', Liam Hemsworth.

Her pets were safely removed from the premises, and the singer called for fans to donate to the emergency services to prevent any further damage at all costs, especially loss of life.

She took the time to thank those who are supporting the relief efforts:

"Sending so much love and gratitude to the firefighters and LA country Sheriff’s department! If you are interested in getting involved see next tweet…. Donate $ , Time , Supplies I love you more than ever , Miley."

Other celebrities whose homes have been affected include Gerard Butler, Simon Cowell, Kim Kardashian West, Lady Gaga, Robin Thicke and Neil Young.

Actor Gerard Butler shared footage of the wreckage surrounding his home on social media, saying it was a "heartbreaking time" for Californians.

Caitlyn Jenner revealed to fans that the fire came within metres of her home.

"It was devastating out here in Malibu," she told Instagram followers. "You can see the hills are totally scorched. We're very, very lucky."

The fires have burned collectively over more than 6500 square kilometres, the rough equivalent to half the size of Sydney. 

US President Donald Trump has blamed the horrific wildfires which engulfed the state on "gross mismanagement".

The estimated amount of people who have been forced to flee their homes is roughly 300,000.

To give assistance to the emergency services, donate to the Red CrossThe CCF Wildfire Relief FundHumane Society of Ventura County, Baby2Baby or the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation

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The world is now aware of Kanye West’s phone password, and it wouldn’t take a genius to hack this one.

In case you weren't aware, Kanye West has inadvertently revealed during a meeting in the Oval Office with Donald Trump that his phone password is…

Wait for it…


Yep, you read that right.

A global musician with cameras on him at all times has possibly used the weakest lock code of all time. “OF ALL TIME!” as he once shouted at Beyoncé from the 2009 VMA stage.

If anyone can name a more dense password code, please let us know.

He was in a meeting with a political figure who literally has nuclear codes, but his penchant for privacy clearly doesn't parallel with the US Oval Office.

Not that Trump is a model of privacy, he seems to want the entire globe to know his thoughts at all times on Twitter.

Nevertheless, West’s password is the least of his controversial troubles right now.

He met with the President to discuss “male energy”, prison reform and technology, suggesting that he admires Trump's obsession with masculinity in order to feel strong himself.

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Maybe he wants his phone to get hacked, so people can read all of his monologues to himself hidden in the notes section of his precious iPhone X?

West pulled out his phone while elaborating on his political ideas to Donald Trump, repeatedly claiming to agree with him on the topic of America’s greatness.

His Make America Great Again hat caused a stir, as per usual.

West continued with his empowered speech, saying that the President’s public perception affects the entire world: “If he don’t look good, we don’t look good.”

Therefore Trump “has to be the freshest, the flyest… the flyest planes, the best factories.” It’s unclear whether West will propose a new iFactory, too. We’re going to have Apple — an American company — work on this plane.”

If anyone else has this password, we recommend you change it, for your own sake.

Especially if dozens of TV cameras are on you in the most important office in the world.

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Here's a feel good story to get you through your day. 

It isn't one you usually hear of in Ireland, but a dolphin found itself in a spot of trouble on Doughmore beach.

Luckily for the marine mammal, its saviours were on their way as a woman cloaked the animal stranded in the surf.

Last week, Rebecca Glenny – a house keeper for Trump International Golf Links and Hotel, Doonbeg – was strolling along the beach when she had seen the dolphin in distress.

Rebecca entered the water and attempted to get the animal into deeper water and out of trouble.

However, this particular breed of dolphin can weigh up to 400 pounds and naturally, she was struggling.

Thankfully, a vigilant guest playing golf and his caddie John Wright seen Rebecca's admirable efforts and came to lend a hand.

Their joint efforts were successful and the dolphin was free from danger and back where it belongs. 

Fair play to the three of them!


When you think of major world leaders, you kind of just assume they're intelligent, right?

Well, if Donald Trump has taught us anything, it is that we should never EVER assume. Ever. 

You know who is intelligent though? Bill Gates. 

And according to Bill Gates, President Trump thinks HIV and HPV are the same thing. 


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According to the Billionaire, Trump actually asked him about the difference between the two viruses on TWO separate occasions.

Bill told the story recently, during a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation staff meeting.

Video footage from the meeting was obtained by MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes – and shared on the Internet, for our viewing pleasure. 

"Both times he wanted to know if there was a difference between HIV and HPV," said Bill, remembering specifically two separate meetings with President Trump, one in December 2016 and another in March 2017.

"So, I was able to explain that those are rarely confused with each other." 

Yes, we are laughing.

But we're also SO worried. 


Donald Trump has made some controversial statements in his time, and while we've come to expect nothing less from the President of the United States, his latest admission might just be his most unsurprising yet – he is not a feminist. 

Speaking to ITV's Piers Morgan in his first British television interview, Trump said: "I wouldn’t say I’m a feminist."

"I mean, I think that would be, maybe, going too far. I’m for women, I’m for men, I’m for everyone."

"I think people have to go out, they have to go out and really do it, and they have to."

Needless to say, social media users were less than impressed by the President's comments, with many taking to Twitter to express their anger at his blatant admission. 

But of course, the news didn't really come as a surprise. 

President Trump – The Piers Morgan Interview airs on Sunday on ITV at 10pm.



In the wake of Oprah Winfrey's spine tingling speech at the Golden Globes, many speculated that the iconic talk-show host might run for US presidency in 2020.

The speculations were met by mass excitement, as many felt that if a reality-TV host and business mogul could make it to the White House, then why not Oprah?

Current POTUS Donald Trump has given his two cents on the matter, and claims that he would beat Oprah in a presidential bid.


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Trump told reporters today at a press conference: 'Yeah, I'll beat Oprah.'

'Oprah will be lots of fun,' he said.

'I did one of her last shows. I like Oprah.'

Despite being very confident in his ability to beat Oprah in a presidential campaign, the POTUS was quick to add:

'I don’t think she’s going to run. '

Trump vs Oprah vs Kanye West? 2020 will be a campaign and a half. 



In recent days, more Twitter users than ecver have been calling to censor the Twitter account of President Donald Trump.

The fresh wave of insistence comes after the POTUS posted a tweet directed at North Korean leader Kim Jung-Un. 

In the tweet, the US President compared the size of his nuclear power button to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s after the leader of North Korea stated in a New Year’s Day speech that he has a nuclear detonator button on his desk.

Trump chose to retaliate and remind the ‘food starved regime’ that he too has a ‘big and powerful’ button.

Twitter has responded to the criticism by saying that it will not silence the voices of world leaders.

'Elected world leaders play a critical role in that conversation because of their outsized impact on our society,' reads a post on Twitter's blog. 

'Blocking a world leader from Twitter or removing their controversial tweets would hide important information people should be able to see and debate.'

'It would also not silence that leader, but it would certainly hamper necessary discussion around their words and actions.'



Plans have been set in motion to begin work on Donald Trump's most infamous campaign promise.

The Trump administration is seeking almost 18 billion dollars from Congress to complete a border wall between the US and Mexico.

The funds would be distributed over a period of 10 years.

Plans have been made for 316 miles of new barriers and to upgrade an reinforce 407 miles of already existing barriers, according to The Guardian. 

Donald Trump told supporters at a ally during his campaign period that he would be using the border to keep out Mexican illegal immigrants. 

'They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists,' the US President said at the time. 

He also said the Mexican government would be paying for the wall. 

'I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will have Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words,' he said previously.

Mexico has continually refused to pay for Trump's wall. 



Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to boast about the size of his nuclear power button.

The US president has compared the size of his nuclear power button to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s after the leader of North Korea stated in a New Year’s Day speech that he has a nuclear detonator button on his desk.

Trump chose to retail lists and remind the ‘food starved regime’ that he too has a ‘big and powerful’ button.

‘North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un just stated that the “Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times,”’ the POTUS tweeted.

‘Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger and more powerful one than his, and my button works!’

In the speech, Kim warned the United States his country’s nuclear forces were now ‘completed,’ according to The Guardian.

We’re thinking that when it comes to nuclear warfare, it’s not about size but rather what you do with it…


While many have applauded Time magazine's decision to honour the women who were instrumental in launching a movement which highlighted the pervasive nature of sexual violence, not everyone is impressed.

The publication's annual Person of the Year came in the form of many people, now known as The Silence Breakers, and while Demi Lovato praises their choice, she's outraged by their chosen runner-up.

Referring to the cover which features Ashley Judd, Susan Fowler, Adama Iwu, Taylor Swift, and Isabel Pascual, the singer took issue with the publication's decision to place Donald Trump in second place.

Taking to Twitter in recent days, Demi wrote: "Time mag highlights brave women coming forward against sexual assault on the cover but names a man with sexual assault allegations against him runner up to person of the year.. Really @TIME? #hypocrites." 

Demi's outrage can be seen in her follow-up tweet where she says she felt compelled to speak out as praise was heaped upon the iconic cover. 

"I’ve become less vocal about my distain for certain people over the past year because it only divides our country even more but this is worth speaking up about. @TIME mag – very disappointed in your hypocrisy and disrespect toward the women on your cover," she added.

Questioning the process which determines the winner, she added: "To be named POTY by @TIME it should be for doing something positive or brave LIKE the women on the cover. It’s annoying that it’s just about impact on the news."

Demi's tweets have amassed tens of thousands of likes in recent days.



President Donald Trump has said he will no longer be lifting the ban on the importation of hunted elephants.

He announced the news via Twitter after his administration faced huge backlash from the announcement that the ban would be lifted. 

Trump argued that hunting could actually help conservation efforts.

'To support conservation, hunters should choose to hunt only in countries that have strong governance, sound management practices, and healthy wildlife populations,' a White House spokesperson told The Independent.

The ban was put in place as part of the Obama administration.

Animal rights activists were outraged by the lifting of the ban. 

'The suggestion by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that slaughtering imperilled elephants is acceptable as long as a donation is given to “conservation” marks an expansion of its outrageous “pay-to-play” policy, which thwarts the Endangered Species Act,' reads a statement from PETA. 

'PETA has been challenging this policy for years and will continue to do so until the government recognizes that selling a threatened animal’s life to raise money for “conservation” is like selling a child on the black market to raise money to fight child molestation.'

Trump tweeted that he will be maintaining the ban until he can review the 'facts' about elephant conservation. 

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