Kim Kardashian West was stunned to find out her family inspired the Featheringtons on 'Bridgerton'.
CLAIM: President Joe Biden tweeted that he was “proud” to see Coca-Cola educate its staff in “cultural reappropriation,” because white and Black people talk in different ways.
CLAIM: On Feb. 18, President Joe Biden tweeted that comments on “minorities not being able to use the internet” were “taken out of context.”
Comedian and former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart is finally on Twitter, and his first tweet was about the GameStop-Reddit mayhem on Wall Street.
Stevie Wonder has called for the 25th amendment to be used, while other stars including Ashton Kutcher and Mark Ruffalo have condemned the riots in Washington DC.
Russell Crowe was shocked to find Dionne Warwick had followed him on Twitter.
Model Chrissy Teigen has slammed a "weird and angry" Twitter troll on the micro-blogging platform.
Clinton County is planning to complete its recount of the Iowa 2nd Congressional District election Saturday.
CLAIM: Wisconsin has “3,129,000 registered voters,” but counted 3,239,920 votes.
CLAIM: Vice President Mike Pence tweeted after his debate with Democratic rival Kamala Harris that an Instagram page had released evidence Harris received the questions beforehand.
CLAIM: President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, deleted all his tweets after The New York Times published a story on Trump’s tax returns on Sunday.
CLAIM: In April 2016, before he was elected president, Donald Trump tweeted that President Barack Obama “should wait until he leaves office” to pick a Supreme Court justice. The tweet also said if Obama didn’t wait, “he should be fired.”
CLAIM: The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg tweeted on the day she died that she had information that would lead to the arrest of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
CLAIM: A May 20 tweet sent and later deleted by U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democrat representing New York, argues that governors should keep businesses closed until after the presidential election because economic recovery will help get President Donald Trump reelected.
CLAIM: A tweet from the Obama Foundation featuring a picture of George Floyd went out on May 17, more than a week before his death, suggesting the nonprofit was aware of Floyd well before he died.
During his daily news briefing Tuesday morning, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo was expressing his opinion about what steps should be taken in the wake of protests over police brutality. At one point, he talked about the need “separate political hype and partisan rhetoric from truth and facts.” And that’s when he responded to President Trump’s tweet early Tuesday morning