In news you don't hear everyday, a drunk driver recently crashed into an attack helicopter in Columbia South Carolina. Fortunately, the 1967 AH-1F Cobra was not airborne at the time, nor was anyone piloting it. In fact, it was parked on the side of the road, as part of a local display set up by the veterans charity Celebrate Freedom Foundation.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he would see nothing wrong in accepting damaging information on a U.S. political opponent if it were offered to his re-election campaign by a foreign government.
Asked in an interview with ABC News if he would accept the information or alert the FBI, Trump said: "I think maybe you do both. I think you might want to listen, there's nothing wrong with listening."
President Donald Trump put together an impromptu episode of "Drunk History" on Wednesday during a cabinet meeting when he explained how "Russia used to be the Soviet Union" but then "Afghanistan made it Russia" because they invaded in 1979.