While You Were Offline: Trump Says He’s Treated Unfairly. Abe Lincoln Like, ‘What?’

While You Were Offline: Trump Says He’s Treated Unfairly. Abe Lincoln Like, ‘What?’

Last week, President Trump said no politician had been “treated worse” than him. The internet pointed out some presidents who might challenge that. The post While You Were Offline: Trump Says He’s Treated Unfairly. Abe Lincoln Like, ‘What?’ appeared first on WIRED.
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Fusion Donald Trump to FBI Investigators: Let Me Make This Easy for You | The Slot In Debate Prep, H

Fusion Donald Trump to FBI Investigators: Let Me Make This Easy for You | The Slot In Debate Prep, Hillary Clinton Practiced Dodging Trump’s Weird Macho Hugs | Deadspin WWE Wants to Replace John Cena With Japan’s Shinsuke Nakamura, And It Might Actually Work | The Root Federal Judge Dismisses ‘Clock Boy’ Ahmed…

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This is what happens when Trump invites all of Facebook to his inauguration


Both Donald Trump and Mike Pence would like to invite all of us to the Inaugural Welcome Concert and Swearing in Ceremony on Friday. The President- and Vice President-elect took to Facebook to extend this honor to anyone wanting to sign up to willfully receive communication from Trump via email. The invitation was a nice gesture. It seems, however, that most find themselves with prior obligations this Friday. On the plus side, there should be some empty seats if you plan on attending. You can grab an email invitation here.

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Virtual reality fans are disappointed in Palmer Luckey’s secret Trump fund

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When you find out the enigmatic 24-year-old who built one of the first commercially viable virtual reality headsets also funds a pro-Trump political action group aimed at spreading anti-Hillary Clinton memes, you may feel like your worldview has shifted a bit.

At least that was the response of scores of virtual reality fans, some of whom had followed Oculus founder Palmer Luckey since he posted the Oculus Rift development kit on Kickstarter in 2012. Luckey is a key figure in the growth of virtual reality. Before the headset maker was purchased by Facebook in 2014 for $ 2 billion, he was outspoken and heavily involved on VR forums, the Oculus subreddit and across social media — seemingly rarely with much of a filter. As the Facebook acquisition finalized and the Rift neared final commercial release, that did change some, but Luckey was always a force online. Read more…

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Apple won’t be funding GOP convention due to Trump, report says

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Facebook will have a lounge, Google will be live streaming and Microsoft will be providing tech products at the Republican National Convention this fall, but Apple is expected to be absent.

According to Politico, Apple won’t be providing funding nor tech to the Cleveland event, in contrast to past conventions, because of GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump.

Citing Trump’s inflammatory rhetoric, two unnamed sources “familiar with” Apple’s plans told Politico Apple would be sitting this convention out. Apple declined to comment on the matter in an email to Mashable. Read more…

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San Francisco’s Trump Protest Sums Up Election 2016 in One Flaming Piñata

San Francisco’s Trump Protest Sums Up Election 2016 in One Flaming Piñata

Donald Trump’s latest visit to California was met with an hours-long protest in front of the Hyatt Regency hotel in Burlingame—and much of it was covered live by old and new media outlets. The post San Francisco’s Trump Protest Sums Up Election 2016 in One Flaming Piñata appeared first on WIRED.
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