So, the whole point of having the press around is so that they can report on whatever it is that a person is doing, which sometimes requires them to ask questions. Mitt Romney does not understand this concept, and neither do the people in his camp.
Romney continued his disastrous foreign trek this week, visiting Poland where he not only slandered the president, but looked terrible in front of reporters from large outlets like the New York Times.
The move came just after the Republican candidate was called racist by Palestinians, for his comment on their economy, and upset London for questioning their safety efforts in hosting the summer Olympics. If that weren’t bad enough, Romney’s spokesperson—Rick Gorka— went off on the media for asking a question during a visit to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which is dedicated to unidentified Polish soldiers who fought in World War 1.
#Beychella2: Beyonce Slays Them Again At Coachella [PHOTOS]
Fans wondered what the switches would be from Beyoncé's Coachella set from last week. Apparently, the only changes happened to be in colors as the megastar opted for pink and silver compared to last week's black and gold. J Balvin joined her on stage to perform their single, "Mi Gente." And hubby Hov came for "Déjá Vu."
See the full gallery of slayage from Beyoncé here.