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  • Last night, President Donald Trump told the angry crowds at a North Carolina rally that the four Congresswomen he recently harassed on Twitter "don't love our country"—that, "in some cases, they hate our country." Singling out Rep. Ihlan Omar, a U.S. citizen originally from Somalia, Trump reportedly "smirked" as his base thundered, "Send her back! Send her back!"
  • Responding to the bigoted display, Fox News blowhard Jesse Watters dismissed this new 2020 rallying cry as no better or worse than what you might here at a football game.
  • Budweiser is attempting to lure aliens out of Area 51 with free Bud Lights, which... eh.
  • The whole reason that NBC footage of Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein ogling (and, in Trump's case, grabbing and groping) young women exists in the first place is that the president non-consensually kissed one of the network's anchors, Faith Daniels, on the lips at a charity event.
  • A Nebraska woman is petitioning her mayor to remove a public art installation—a pair of Spider-Man hands—that she believes to be "anti-Christian, and demonic, and completely inappropriate." The woman thinks the sculpture looks like devil horns, but, well, see for yourself.
  • Kim Kardashian is reportedly leveraging her connections to the Trump administration to get A$AP Rocky out of Swedish jail, where he is reportedly being held in "inhumane" conditions.
  • This child is a natural-born entrepreneur.
  • Gossip Girl, a dramedy about a group of ultra-rich, New York City teens that feels like its TV run just ended, is getting a reboot for some reason.
  • And finally, be careful out there today: