This year’s Halloween winner is… pic.twitter.com/IPmcGWkDWf
— Travis Akers (@travisakers) October 26, 2019
Pupdate: Being a taco is tiring. pic.twitter.com/GcPQxqecTw
— Matthew Simantov (@mattsimantov) October 31, 2019
HALLOWEEN COSTUME WINNER.
Allow me to introduce Planned Parent-Hood.
If you know who they are please tag them or let me know.
— Rachel R. Gonzalez (@RachelRGonzalez) October 31, 2019
Bailey is 2 cents…
— Travis Akers (@travisakers) October 31, 2019
i’m rudy giuliani pic.twitter.com/4c16cNgbJc
— Pam Vogel (@pamela_vogel) October 30, 2019
Happy Halloween from my pitbull dressed as Pitbull pic.twitter.com/nwE7YLKNaM
— Katie Rich (@katiemaryrich) October 31, 2019
Gonna put the horrible, stomach-churning, NSFW stuff below the fold…
This wasn’t a Trump rally. Trump wasn’t there. And neither was Vice-President Mike Pence or any of the Trump children or the more famous characters from the administration. https://t.co/wNrUfgrzVv
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) November 1, 2019
On the night before Halloween, as congressional Democrats prepared to vote to formalize the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump, a small group of the president’s supporters came together 95 miles north of Washington for a celebration.
“I need to ask you all for a big favor,” Mercedes Schlapp said. A veteran of Fox News and Trump’s White House communications department, Schlapp, who goes by Mercy, is now a surrogate for the president’s re-election campaign. She was dispatched to Manheim, Pennsylvania, for the “Witch Hunt Party,” an official Trump-Pence 2020 event, the invitation to which contained no description because it is self-explanatory to the believers…
“It’s someone’s birthday today, and I want to make sure I capture it on video so I make sure she knows. It’s Ivanka Trump’s birthday!” She lifted her phone in the air as the crowd cheered. On the count of three, they erupted in song for dear Ivanka. Schlapp posted the video on Instagram, where Ivanka does not follow her and was not among the 454 viewers of the video more than 24 hours after it was posted.
Which is more people than appeared to show up in Manheim — and Schlapp even brought a few with her. She was joined onstage by her husband, Matt Schlapp, a lobbyist and the chairman of the American Conservative Union (the group responsible for CPAC), and Diamond and Silk, the virally famous Trump defenders who’ve been around since 2016. They came in costume as judges (complete with gavel). It’s not clear what the Schlapps, who were dressed plainly in business casual, were supposed to be.
“I would say, Diamond and Silk for Congress, don’t you think?” Mercy said. “Let’s take out AOC! Let’s take out the squad! Let’s put in Diamond and Silk!”…
This is what the room looks like from the press area that a Trump campaign staffer just told reporters they must stay inside of. Not sure why the campaign wants reporters to have a view of a sparse crowd, but here it is: pic.twitter.com/RN1J8XQdec
— Olivia Nuzzi (@Olivianuzzi) October 30, 2019
We all like to do a little roleplay but dear lord keep it in the bedroom. https://t.co/nub4fPfq2h
— Weedle-the-Wisp (@weedlewobble) November 1, 2019