Trump’s campaign video featuring ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ soundtrack taken down from Twitter

A Trump campaign video was taken down following a copyright claim.Image: getty images Twitter has taken down a video posted by Donald Trump following a copyright complaint. The apparent 2020 campaign video was posted on Trump’s Twitter account on Tuesday, and featured the soundtrack to The Dark Knight Rises, which was the last film in Christopher Nolan’s Batman series. SEE ALSO: Trump tweeted a bizarre 2020 hype video set to music from ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ In a matter of hours, the video had amassed more than 2.5 million views, but later that day, the video was removed from Twitter, displaying a message that it had been taken down due to a copyright complaint.

Stephen Colbert calls out Trump’s thin response to New Zealand terror attack

The world is still coming to terms with the tragedy of the Christchurch terror attack, including New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. However, The Late Show host Stephen Colbert noted that Ardern “made it clear that her country was united,” after the attack by a white supremacist on two mosques in which 50 Muslim worshippers were killed. After the attack, Ardern said she had spoken with President Trump directly, and that he had passed on his condolences to New Zealand. When asked by Trump what offer of support the U.S. could provide, the prime minister simply requested “sympathy and love for all Muslim communities.” “That’s not really Trump’s brand,” said Colbert on Monday night. “Trump has trouble showing love for …

Stephen Colbert calls Trumps national emergency plan ‘insane’

Donald Trump is set to declare a national emergency in order to unlock $8 billion in additional funds for his border wall, on top of the lowered $1.375 billion allocated in a bipartisan budget bill the president is also expected to sign.  The Late Show host Stephen Colbert unpacked the troubling situation in his opening monologue Thursday night, casually calling Trump’s plan “insane.” “He claims he could get all the funding he wants for his wall if he just declared a national emergency. That, of course, would be insane,” Colbert said.  “It would be usurping Congress’s power, there would be immediate court challenges. Many in his own party have said it would set a terrible precedent of unconstitutional overreach by …