As Trevor Noah noted during The Daily Show episode last night (starts at 2:25), the real reason Trump has these rallies is to "get back in front of his loyal crowds and feed of their energy." Noah believes that "Trump supporters are so on board with their dude he can say anything and they'll come along for the ride."
Stefanie Spear is founder and CEO of EcoWatch.
Watch as Stephen Colbert on The Late Show mocks President Trump's call to the mayor of Tangier, Virginia concerning the rapid coastline loss of the island, roughly 15 feet per year.
"Trump said, 'Your island has been there for hundreds of years, and I believe your island will be there for hundreds more,'" the mayor reported.
[Editor's note: At the time of publishing this article, Josh Brown, star of CNBC's The Halftime Report, had reported that the Golden State Warriors had unanimously decided to skip the traditional White House visit. However, a statement released Wednesday by the Warriors said: "Today is about celebrating our championship. We have not received an invitation to the White House, but will make those decisions, when and if necessary."]
It was a tough night last night if you're a Cleveland Cavaliers fan, but the Golden State Warriors played an incredible postseason and won a well-deserved national championship in Game 5 of the NBA finals.
Check out this powerful video from Vocativ featuring Pittsburgh's green and thriving tech economy. The video and accompanying blog post is in response to President Donald Trump's statement, "I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris," during his announcement pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement.
Vocativ found out, while visiting the Steel City, that many Pittsburghers did not appreciate the president's shout-out. Watch above.
Today is World Oceans Day, a global day of celebration and collaboration for the world's oceans. Hundreds of events are planned in more than 100 countries, including the United Nations Oceans Conference taking place this week in New York City.
This year's theme is "Our Oceans, Our Future" with a conservation focus on solutions to plastic pollution and preventing marine litter.
Today is the United Nation's World Environment Day, which encourages worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. It began in 1972 and is widely celebrated in more than 100 countries.
This year's theme—connect people to nature—encourages people to go outside and "breathe in the beauty and remember that by keeping our planet healthy, we keep ourselves healthy too."
President Trump announced Thursday that he will withdrawal the United States from the Paris climate agreement. Now, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt and Press Secretary Sean Spicer address the press during a White House briefing (starts at 37:09).