Brian is an actor, musician, writer, babysitter, and former Olympian. One of these things is a lie. Based in NYC, Brian honed his skills in the suburbs of Minneapolis, where he could often be seen doing jazz squares down the halls of his middle school. After obtaining a degree in musical theatre, he graced the stages of Minneapolis and St. Paul before making the move to NYC. In his spare time, Brian can be found playing board games, hitting around a volleyball, and forcing friends to improvise with him.
Trevor Noah broke things down for us.
It was a sad, sad sight.
The MSNBC host had some choice words for the media.
The idea just didn't float.
That must've been one extreme workout.
Christi is in big trouble.
He pulled off the ultimate con.
He's even had to drop out of school.
A Haitian artist created the provocative image.
Back on the campaign trail in 2016, Clinton gave us a glimpse of what we had in store for us.
Trump has some work to do if he wants to catch up.
Bannon spoke candidly about China, North Korea, his enemies in the Trump administration, and the 'alt-right'.
Trump later deleted the retweet, but the damage was done.
While the reporter may have been shocked, Twitter wasn't.
Things just got real.
One poor decision led to the trolling of a lifetime.
Lesson: Kids are more perceptive than we give them credit for.
Let's just say Trump should be happy he's already a citizen.
She's got the look down pat.
This one has to hurt.
It all makes so much sense now!
Two days in, and the new guy is already surrounded by controversy.
... that escalated quickly.
... come again?
Captain America just took on the Most Hated Woman in America.
Trump[ took to Twitter to downplay the historic results.
This cover won't be hanging in daddy's office any time soon.
He did WHAT?
Trump['s approach to the subject left the Secretary of State in shock.
Lahren let her ignorance show in a recent interview.
Bernie Sanders' wife is being investigated for bank fraud.
Sorry, Ted. But you were asking for it!
Not a funny joke, either.
Twitter and the media had some more pressing issues to focus on.
The New York senator just couldn't help himself.
The President wasn't on Twitter, but his son certainly was.
The White House keeps changing their answer.