President Trump and a teenager named Dy’mond became connected during tonight’s My Super Sweet 16 installment. So how did the Commander-in-Chief become indirectly involved with this MTV milestone event? The vivacious Youtuber’s desire to have a helicopter entrance at her Boca Raton-based bash.
“The President is in town, and it’s a no-fly zone — it’s about security,” Dy’mond’s father Daniel told his clearly concerned child. “We may not be able to get that. He’s been coming in every weekend since he’s been President.”
“The President can’t come to town — he can’t ruin my party,” Dy-mond retorted. Paging the Oval Office…
So was Dy’mond — who also stressed that this night had to be bigger than her wedding — able to get the ritzy ride she so desired?
“The helicopter entrance worked just the way I wanted it to,” the elated lady of the day stated after taking to the skies, as her pals chanted her name and watched her grand debut as she touched down.
From there, the diamond-themed
PALM BEACH, Fla. — U.S. President Donald Trump cast the United States assault on a Syrian air base as vital to deter future use of poison gas and called on other nations to join in seeking “to end the slaughter and bloodshed in Syria.” The U.S. blasted the air base Thursday night with a barrage…
PALM BEACH, Fla. — U.S. President Donald Trump cast the United States assault on a Syrian air base as vital to deter future use of poison gas and called on other nations to join in seeking “to end the slaughter and bloodshed in Syria.”
The U.S. blasted the air base Thursday night with a barrage of cruise missiles in fiery retaliation for this week’s gruesome chemical weapons attack against civilians.
It was the first direct American assault on the Syrian government and Trump’s most dramatic military order since becoming president just over two months ago. The strikes also risk thrusting the U.S. deeper into an intractable conflict that his predecessor spent years trying to avoid.