Yelp reviewers found the perfect word to describe Trump hotels

Yelp reviewers found the perfect word to describe Trump hotels
Since The Washington Post reported that Donald Trump allegedly asked lawmakers, "Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?" during a White House discussion on America's immigration deal, the president has been getting dragged. Trump's offensive words struck a chord with people from El Salvador, Haiti, and countries in Africa, along with many others, and unfortunately for him, some of those disappointed people have Yelp accounts. Now, angry Yelp users are flooding the comments of Trump

Starbucks Christmas Tree Frappuccino just tastes like sugar and regret

Starbucks Christmas Tree Frappuccino just tastes like sugar and regret
Please drive this away from me.Image: STARBUCKSNothing says Christmas like a cold cup of sugar.  At least that's what I kept telling myself as I took a sip, and another one of the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. It's Starbucks' latest concoction that has people running out to corporate coffee shops, where they spend $5 and most likely take a bunch of smartphone photos to later post on social media.  Like this:  My @Starbucks Christmas tree Frappuccino doesn’t look nearly as

McDonald’s Black Friday tweet is a classic social media fail

McDonald’s Black Friday tweet is a classic social media fail
Incoming Twitter fail in 3, 2, 1...Image: Alain Le Bot/Photononstop/getty imagesFor big name brands like McDonald's, it's crucial to get your marketing and promotion spot on — especially on big holidays. Mistakes do happen, though. SEE ALSO: Bad idea alert: Retail employees are trying to sell their uniforms for Black Friday shoppers On Friday morning, the official @McDonaldsCorp account posted what we're guessing was probably a scheduled tweet. The idea was clearly to promote some kind of Black Friday

Twitter to neo-Nazis: you have until December 18

Twitter to neo-Nazis: you have until December 18
Remember, remember the 18th of December.Image: Getty Images for Thurgood Marshall College FundTwitter is cracking down on hate speech and not just by looking at its own site.  In what amounts to a major shift in Twitter policy, the company announced on Friday that it will be monitoring user's behavior "on and off the platform" and will suspend a user's account if they affiliate with violent organizations, according to an update to Twitter's Help Center on Friday.  SEE ALSO:

White House social media guy reveals whos really writing some of Trumps tweets

White House social media guy reveals whos really writing some of Trumps tweets
Image: Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesIt's every social media manager's worst nightmare.  Dan Scavino Jr., who runs social media for President Donald Trump, accidentally tweeted out an attack on NBC News from both his account as well as Trump's account on Wednesday.  Scavino quickly deleted the tweet. The tweet on Trump's account is still up. I don't think Trump did this tweet pic.twitter.com/HXZHPr6Nls — Joe Perticone (@JoePerticone) October 4, 2017 The error provides a glimpse behind the scenes of how Trump's

Don’t believe that fake viral photo of a NFL player burning the U.S. flag

Don’t believe that fake viral photo of a NFL player burning the U.S. flag
Another day, another chapter in the ongoing feud between Donald Trump and NFL players who are taking the knee in protest against police brutality.  SEE ALSO: The first NFL game of Sept. 24 started with a powerful, unprecedented protest You might have seen on Twitter or Facebook this picture that purportedly depicts an NFL player burning the U.S. flag in the locker room as his teammates enthusiastically look on: Image: facebook/vetsfortrumpBesides the utter absurdity of the scene, it immediately