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Donald Trump Blasts NBC for Firing Greta Van Susteren for Not Being Trump Hater

Donald Trump’s obsession with cable news knows no bounds … he went on a Twitter rampage Saturday claiming Greta Van Susteren got fired because “she refused to go along w/ ‘Trump hate!'” MSNBC parted ways with Greta 2 days ago — the network says…

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People Are Tweeting Their Love For Canada, And It’s The Perfect Form Of Escapism

Twitter users are crushing hard on Canada . The #WhyILoveCanada hashtag began trending late Wednesday as dozens of people revealed their admiration for America’s northerly neighbor. They hailed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s positive tweets, their health care system and “Monopoly-style” currency as just some of the reasons behind their appreciation. Oh, and the fact that President  Donald Trump isn’t their leader also ranked pretty high. Here’s a sampling of the best posts so far: Have you seen our Prime Minister?

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Stephen Colbert Imagines If Barack Obama Had Tweeted Like Donald Trump

President Donald Trump differs from his predecessor in a tremendous number of ways, especially when it comes to Twitter. While former President  Barack Obama adopted a presidential tone on the micro-blogging service, Trump tends to use it to… Well, see a sample of his posts for yourself: Some of the Fake News Media likes to say that I am not totally engaged in healthcare. Wrong, I know the subject well & want victory for U.S. — Donald J.

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NBA Star Gives Cell Number Out To The World, Tells Critics To Call Him Direct

Got something to say to NBA star Jimmy Butler ?  Then phone him. The Minnesota Timberwolves’ newest recruit decided to give out his cell number at his introductory press conference on Thursday. “My phone’s in my back pocket right now,” said the former Chicago Bulls player, while fielding questions about his possible impact on his new teammates. “If whoever has anything to say to me feel free, (773) 899 6071,” the   forward/guard told the TV cameras. “So, if you want an interview there you have it, please do.” A post shared by @nbatv on Jun 29, 2017 at 9:36am PDT Social media users initially speculated that he’d given out a fake number. But as Bleacher Report staff writer Joon Lee soon discovered, the digits that 27-year-old Butler doled out did in fact appear to be the real deal: this is the voicemail you get when you call the number jimmy butler gave out at his press conference pic.twitter.com/2pXIBQbRfS — Joon Lee (@iamjoonlee) June 29, 2017 Butler later posted this clip to Instagram of himself talking on FaceTime with a fan: A post shared by Jimmy Butler (@jimmybutler) on Jun 29, 2017 at 1:13pm PDT As HuffPost found out, the number now directs to a Verizon message saying it has been “ changed, disconnected or is no longer in service.” But that hasn’t stopped dozens of Butler’s fan tweeting him screen shots of what they’ve been trying to message him: @JimmyButler let me know pic.twitter.com/oyKHoDewzX — Jerry Sullivan (@jerrychristmas_) June 29, 2017 Someone texted this to @JimmyButler Im dead

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Believes The Thinking Emoji Is ‘Non Masculine’ For Some Reason

Here’s a Twitter interaction that will make you go  .  Many of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson ’s fans were discussing the action-packed trailer for his “Jumanji” reboot , subtitled “Welcome to the Jungle,” which premiered Thursday ahead of the film’s release later this year. One fan, Olly Gibbs, pointed out the similarities between this project and one of Johnson’s previous films, 2003′s “The Rundown,” originally titled “Welcome to the Jungle.” Now why does the new Jumanji film featuring @TheRock sound and look familiar?… pic.twitter.com/INzwYXx3ES — Olly Gibbs (@ollyog) June 28, 2017 It was an observation that clearly warranted the use of  , or the thinking emoji. Ever since this little face with an inquisitive look was added to our phones (and to our hearts) with the iOS 9 update in 2015, it’s become a staple of online discourse . Along with expressing confusion, it’s often used for “throwing shade,” per the fairly comprehensive Emojipedia . The Rock, an active Twitter user, responded to Gibbs’ comment — but took issue with something we, uh, hadn’t realized  was  an issue.

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The European Union Just Showed Democrats How To Take On Monopolies

WASHINGTON ― European antitrust officials slapped Google with a record $2.7 billion fine on Tuesday for manipulating search results to favor its own services. The ruling, which came after a seven-year investigation, exposes what critics described as the failure of U.S. regulators to rein in monopolies at home, forcing their victims to seek recourse in the European Union. “The U.S. does not do antitrust regulation,” Matt Stoller, an antitrust expert at the nonpartisan New America Foundation’s Open Markets program, told HuffPost.

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Facebook Reportedly In Talks To Produce Original TV-Quality Shows

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc. is in talks with Hollywood studios about producing scripted, TV-quality shows, with an aim of launching original programming by late summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The social networking giant has indicated that it was willing to commit to production budgets as high as $3 million per episode, in meetings with Hollywood talent agencies, the Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.  Facebook is hoping to target audiences from ages 13 to 34, with a focus on the 17 to 30 range. The company has already lined up “Strangers”, a relationship drama, and a game show, “Last State Standing”, the report said. Facebook could not be immediately reached for comment

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Facebook’s New Mission: A Global Community

When company CEOs make big statements about change in mission my skeptical journalistic brain kicks in. Is this a PR move, or a change to address advertiser pressure, or something more deeply held and profound? For Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the changes he and the Facebook team are implementing could be missed in the massive noise of Internet pronouncements. But that would be a mistake. Fakebook is already a powerful global force.

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