It’s a holiday weekend in just a few short hours.
Yesterday, Donald Trump signed a “loyalty pledge,” apparently reassuring the Republican Party that he will not run a third-party campaign if he’s not selected as the GOP nominee. The agreement is non-binding, and while the Republicans provided the pledge, Trump provided the tower it was signed in.
In 2009, Hillary Clinton held a lovely dinner for several representatives of for-profit schools. Shortly after, Bill Clinton began cashing hefty checks from Laureate International, one of the schools Hillary Clinton had hosted. Shortly after that, Laureate International received a generous State Department grant. How convenient.
Dr. Ben Carson is the only Presidential candidate that people actually like. No, seriously.
Members of the Obama Administration spent part of Thursday locked in a room with people who didn’t think the Iran deal was such a good idea. Fortunately for those people, the White House sent Joe Biden.
Hillary Clinton is sending random supporters “mystery boxes” as a thank you for sticking by her in her time of need. Those random supporters will then be subpoenaed by Congress and asked to please return the pieces of her private server.
Arx Pax, the company that built those “hoverboards” that thousands of Millennials are constantly falling off of, is partnering with NASA to build a “tractor beam.” The project will use Arx Pax’s patented magnetic field technology to build “micro-satellite capture devices” so NASA can pick up space junk.
If your office is missing an IT guy (or gal) or two this morning, it’s because, across the country, various retails just debuted Star Wars: The Force Awakens toys in a series of “live unboxing events.” And lest you think they’re alone in their enthusiasm, there’s a reason I’m typing this at midnight instead of 8am.
Happy Friday, Spectators!