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A photographer in Norway spotted a rare white deer while hiking with friends, and he has shared the photos which appear to show the rein... A rare white reindeer calf was seen in Norway and Even poses for a photo

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A photographer in Norway spotted a rare white deer while hiking with friends, and he has shared the photos which appear to show the reindeer "posing."

Mads Nordsveen, who is 24 and from Oslo, spotted the blindingly white calf in the show, although he was well camouflaged.

"It did blend extremely good with the snow," Nordsveen told INSIDER.

"It was a very special moment, felt so magical. We looked straight into each other's eyes. I was actually so stunned that it took some seconds before I got reminded by my photographer instinct to grab the camera and save the moment forever!"

Nordsveen said it was almost like the reindeer posed for the camera.


According to Nordsveen, the local Sami people — indigenous people of northern Europe — told him that these white animals are so rarely spotted that they bring happiness in Sami tradition.

"The calf seemed a bit scared at first, but we sat completely quiet and were very calm, and eventually it came quite close," he said.

"Before trips I do quit a lot of research to find the best locations and views. However you can not plan magical moments like the reindeer's photos!"

Nordsveen started photographing the Norwegian landscape because it's so "wonderful and dramatic," he said.

He also runs one of the biggest travel accounts on Instagram, Discoverer, which has over a million followers.

"I am specialized to capture magical moments at unique destinations around the world," he said.
A Taiwanese student has been charged with theft after her roommate asked the police to carry out a series of DNA tests to find out who had taken her $2 yoghurt drink.

The incident happened at a dorm at Soochow University in Taipei. The victim Zhou lived with 5 girls. Zhou found an empty bottle of her yoghurt drink had been thrown in the bin around Apr 2018.



She confronted her housemates and asked the yoghurt thief to turn herself in but in vain.

Zhou said that the food in the common fridge disappeared frequently. They thought someone broke in, so they installed a cam at the common room. However, the cam got stolen after 24 hours.

After the yoghurt incident, Zhou asked the thief to turn herself in or she will call the cops.



She took the bottle to the police and asked them to open a formal investigation into theft, there were no fingerprints on the wet bottle.

All of her roommates went to police station to report for the case on May 2018. The thief didn't confess, therefore Zhou insisted to use DNA forensics that costs USD$586.

The result is out on June and the yoghurt is prosecuted on Sep. The thief told the prosecutor that she mistakenly drank it and she'd like to sincerely apologize to Zhou, which she didn't do within the period of 5-month investigation.

Trump inexplicably believed that releasing a climate change report on the day after Thanksgiving would prompt Americans to overlook it.

Fortunately, that hasn’t happened. The latest National Climate Assessment — mandated by Congress every four years, and authored by 300 scientists spanning 13 federal agencies — is packed with dire evidence of a mounting global emergency. The free and independent press is still parsing the stats about rising temperatures, rising seas, burgeoning wildfires, worsening droughts, increasingly severe downpours, and havoc-wreaking floods. Last year alone, America incurred $300 billion in weather disaster damage — 40 percent higher than any previous year — and the scientists warn that if we do nothing to combat climate change, America will annually incur more than $500 billion in damage (lost wages, worthless coastal property, livestock deaths from heat stress, you name it) within the lifetimes of our grandchildren.

When the previous National Climate Assessment was released, in 2014, the stupidity mob dismissed the scientists’ warning that the climate “is changing at a factor of 10 times more than naturally. It is here and it is happening.” One of the most prominent deniers was Texas Republican congressman Lamar Smith, who, in his capacity as House Science Committee chairman, assailed the report as “a political document intended to frighten Americans.” Fortunately, at that time, we had a president from the opposing party who believed in science.

Alas, that’s no longer true. The release of the new report has exposed anew the mentality of the dolt-in-chief. When asked on Monday about the report his regime tried to bury last Friday, he quickly decreed: “I don’t believe it.” He was echoed yesterday by his mouthpiece, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who told the press that the fact-packed report “is not based on facts,” a remark which suggests that either she didn’t bother to open it or that she needs a course in remedial reading.

Trump has long been insulting our intelligence, multiple times a day, but never more so than when he insists we ignore the empirical evidence in front of us. Earlier this month, fellow Americans who died tragically in the California wildfires — the new report says that prolonged droughts are drying the western forests, “making them more susceptible to burning” — but Trump talks about raking the forest floors. An idea he attributed to Finland, which Finland has dismissed as fantasy.

But to get the full flavor of his nonsense, you need to see his response to a question posed to him yesterday by The Washington Post. This was the question: “Can you just explain why you’re skeptical of that report?”

This was his answer:
“One of the problems that a lot of people like myself — we have very high levels of intelligence, but we’re not necessarily such believers. You look at our air and our water, and it’s right now at a record clean. But when you look at China and you look at parts of Asia and when you look at South America, and when you look at many other places in this world, including Russia, including — just many other places — the air is incredibly dirty. And when you’re talking about an atmosphere, oceans are very small. And it blows over and it sails over. I mean, we take thousands of tons of garbage off our beaches all the time that comes over from Asia. It just flows right down the Pacific, it flows, and we say where does this come from. And it takes many people to start off with. Number two, if you go back and if you look at articles, they talked about global freezing, they talked about at some point the planets could have freeze to death, then it’s going to die of heat exhaustion. There is movement in the atmosphere. There’s no question. As to whether or not it’s man-made and whether or not the effects that you’re talking about are there, I don’t see it — not nearly like it is. Do we want clean water? Absolutely. Do we want clean air to breathe? Absolutely. The fire in California, where I was, if you looked at the floor, the floor of the fire, they have trees that were fallen, they did no forest management, no forest maintenance, and you can light — you can take a match like this and light a tree trunk when that thing is laying there for more than 14 or 15 months. And it’s a massive problem in California.”
There’s no point in parsing all his dimwitted digressions. I’ll just highlight two things: His insistence that he’s too smart to believe in science — people like him, with their “high levels of intelligence” — and his boast that climate change doesn’t exist because America has cleaner air and water than other nations. Perhaps someone in his employ, at the risk of being fired, should remind him that America’s air and water is at “record clean” — cleaner, at least, than they were 50 years ago — thanks to the work of the Environmental Protection Agency. Which he is persistently trying to destroy.
A sweet-tempered stray dog plucked from the streets of Moscow on November 3, 1957 was thrust into the global spotlight when she became the first living being to be sent into space, forcing other countries in the “race to space” to shift their focus to putting a man on the moon.



When Sputnik 2’s canine passenger, Laika (nicknamed “Muttnik” by the media) hit orbit, the Soviet Union became the first to attempt sending a living being into space. Sadly, however, in their rush to be first, they were more focused on getting Laika out of Earth’s atmosphere than on her safety, comfort, and well-being.

They had made no plans for how she would return to Earth safely.

Laika’s space capsule was outfitted with a temperature control system and enough dog food to last 8 to 10 days that had been laced with poison that would painlessly end her life while orbiting, to prevent an excruciating death while reentering earth.

But, the temperature control systems failed and Laika overheated and died from radiation only a few hours after taking off.

“She died before reaching orbit, and before any real data was gleaned about sustaining life in that environment,” says Dr. Stanley Coren, professor of psychology at the University of British Columbia and author of “The Pawprints of History: Dogs and the Course of Human Events.”


Despite what many viewed as a failed mission, Laika’s short, albeit miserable, trip into space proved that, eventually and with appropriate safety measures in place, humans could enter space and survive – she had survived the g-forces to her body during launch, lived through entering orbit, survived microgravity and several orbits around the planet.

Years later, in 1960, Belka and Strelka became the first dogs to visit space and return alive. Strelka eventually gave birth to a litter of puppies, one of which was gifted to U.S. President John F. Kennedy’s daughter, Caroline.



Twitter is planning to remove the ability to "like" tweets in a radical move that aims to improve the quality of debate on the social network.

Founder Jack Dorsey last week admitted at a Twitter event that he was not a fan of the heart-shaped button and that it would be getting rid of it “soon”.

The feature was introduced in 2015 to replace “favourites”, a star-shaped button that allowed people to bookmark tweets to read later.

Similar buttons to “like” or show appreciation of people’s status updates, pictures and videos have become a central function of every popular social media service since Facebook introduced them.

But psychologists have suggested that they may be causing social media addiction among users who crave endorsement from their peers. It has led to a trend where young people will tweet or share something on Instagram and Facebook but will delete it if they have not received enough “likes” shortly after.

In March 2018 Twitter introduced “bookmarks” for saving tweets, signalling a pivot to a new system. A Twitter spokesman said: “At this point, there is no specific timeline for changes or particular planned changes to discuss.

“We're experimenting and considering numerous possible changes, all with an eye toward ensuring we're incentivising the right behaviors to drive healthy conversation.”

Jack Dorsey, a billionaire who also runs payment company Square, is under pressure to clean up his platform, which came under attack by Russian trolls who used it to spread fake news ahead of the US election and the European referendum in 2016.


It has become an easy hiding place for cyberbullies, with some celebrities deleting their accounts after incessant harassment from Twitter “trolls”.

In recent weeks, Mr Dorsey has been vocal about ongoing experiments behind the scenes at Twitter to help make it what he describes as a “healthier place” by reducing “echo chambers” and cracking down on misinformation.

He has hinted that he will be bringing in an option to edit tweets, change the verification process so that a blue tick is no longer a preserve of celebrities and “influencers” and that it could change how users’ follower counts are displayed.


Former first lady Michelle Obama said that her oft-admired friendship with former President George W. Bush serves as a reminder of how relationships should be during a time when America only sees all the "nasty parts" of political discourse.

In an interview released Wednesday on NBC, Obama told Bush's daughter, Jenna Bush Hager, who is also a correspondent on "Today," that her relationship with Bush "reminds us that we can get there with the right leadership and with the right tone setting and with each of us giving one another the benefit of the doubt."

"I'd love if we as a country could get back to the place where we didn't demonize people who disagreed with us," she added.

Bringing up a famous photo of the former president and Obama sharing a hug in 2016, Bush Hager asked Obama about her friendship with Bush.



"It's so interesting how people are so interested in y'all's friendship. I mean that hug was, like, the hug that went around the world," Bush Hager said. "Why do you think people are so hungry for that, though?" she asked Obama.

"Because I think the political discourse, the way it's shown in the media, is -- it's all the nasty parts of it. You know?" Obama replied. "Because I guess we've become a culture where the nasty sells. So people are just going to keep feeding that."

Although Obama and Bush don't always agree on things, Obama said, she still considered the former president a "beautiful, funny, kind, sweet man."


Hip hop icon Snoop Dogg had some choice words for President Donald Trump, as he smoked a blunt in front of the White House in a series of videos posted to his Instagram account on Wednesday. The videos depict Snoop riding in a car in Washington, D.C. before stopping to smoke in a park across the street from the presidential residence.

Snoop Dogg: ‘I Had 2 Do It’

In the first video, titled “I had 2 do it pt1,” Snoop is in the passenger seat of a car as it drives past the White House.

“There go the White House right there, huh?” Snoop asks his driver. “All them motherfuckers are Secret Service, huh? Wish I could get out and take a picture right now, but you can’t park, huh? Fuck it, let me out, n****. Let me get a picture in front of this motherfucker, man. I’m Snoop Dogg, n****. Fuck the president!” says Snoop as he begins to get out of the car.

The next clip, “I had 2 do it pt 2,” opens with Snoop sitting on a park bench across the street from the White House. After cheerfully greeting an elderly passerby, Snoop turns to the camera.



“Look here and let me tell you about Snoop Dogg. That n**** don’t give a fuck, man,” he exclaims. “White House action!”

The second video then ends with Snoop agreeing to take pictures with approaching fans.

“I had @ do it pt 3” opens with Snoop in the same park, walking along a brick path and firing up a blunt as he approaches a bench. After sitting down, Snoop again expresses his feelings about Trump.

“While the n***** are posing and doing all this other bullshit, I’m at the White House fittin’ to smoke. Fuck the president!”

In a fourth Instagram video, Snoop has returned to his Washington, D.C. hotel room to relax and, of course, smoke some more.

“Back from the White House. Everything is smooth, baby!” he says while chuckling and exhaling smoke. “Back in my room watching Netflix. Netflix and chill. Sometimes you just got to do it. I had to do it.”


The entire time the Moon has been sitting up there, quietly orbiting Earth, it turns out it's actually been doing something incredible. Something that could help teach us about the early Universe.

Off its rocky surface, the Moon reflects radio waves emitted by our home galaxy, the Milky Way. And now astronomers have detected them.

The signal was picked up by researchers from the Curtin University node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) and the ARC Centre of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics in 3 Dimensions (ASTRO 3D). But even though that's cool enough, it's not the end goal.

Their target is something much more elusive: they want to detect the extremely faint signal emanating from the hydrogen in the very earliest days of the Universe, in the time between the Big Bang and the Epoch of Reionisation (EoR), when the Universe's lights switched on.

"Before there were stars and galaxies, the Universe was pretty much just hydrogen, floating around in space," said astronomer Benjamin McKinley.

"Since there are no sources of the optical light visible to our eyes, this early stage of the Universe is known as the 'cosmic dark ages'."

The instrument the team are using is a low-frequency radio telescope called the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA), in the desert of Western Australia. Consisting of 2,048 dipole antennas, it's one of the best tools in the world for trying to understand the early Universe.

Its low frequency range of 80-300 MHz, astronomers hope, will be able to detect the radio signal emanating from the hydrogen atoms prior to the EoR.

"If we can detect this radio signal it will tell us whether our theories about the evolution of the Universe are correct," McKinley noted.

But that signal is incredibly faint, especially compared to all the other radio signals that have since filled the Universe.

One possible solution is to measure the average brightness of the radio sky - but this can't be done using standard techniques, since interferometers aren't sensitive to a global average that doesn't vary.

So this is where the Moon comes in. Radio waves can't actually pass through the Moon - which is the reason why it's difficult to communicate with astronauts on the Moon's far side, and also why scientists think it would be an amazing idea to put a radio telescope back there, where it wouldn't encounter interference from terrestrial radio emissions.

The flip side of that is that the Moon occults the radio sky behind it. So the research team leveraged this property to measure the average brightness of the patch of sky surrounding it.

This is not a new idea, but the team also employed a more sophisticated method of dealing with 'earthshine', the radio emissions from Earth that bounce off the Moon and interfere with the signal received by the telescope.

Then, after calculating earthshine, they also had to establish how much interference was being caused by the galaxy itself.



To create the incredible image of the Milky Way's galactic plane reflected off the Moon, the team put together data sets. The first was the MWA's lunar observations. The second was a Global Sky Model - a map of diffuse galactic radio emission - published in 2008.

Using ray-tracing and computer modeling, they were able to map the Global Sky Model onto the face of the Moon, and work out the average radio brightness of the galaxy's reflected radio waves.

So, yes - that's a generated image, not an exact representation of the MWA data, which you can see in the picture below. The dark patch in the middle is the Moon.



So did they detect the EoR? Well, not yet. This research was early groundwork to establish the efficacy of the technique. And it's looking pretty good so far.

"Our initial results using the lunar occultation technique are promising. We are beginning to understand the errors and spectral features present in our data and will continue to refine our techniques," the researchers wrote in their paper, but they noted there's much more work ahead.

"Future progress depends upon processing more data and further refining our techniques to effectively model foreground and reflected emission within our frequency range. The reflective behaviour of the Moon at low frequencies is not well studied and this will require particular attention. We must also develop techniques to break the degeneracy between the sky temperature and the Moon temperature in our fitting procedure."


Before man can cross the immense distances of space, the designs of spacecraft's sails will be the answer – striking a fine balance between mass, strength and reflectivity.

Working with NASA, California Institute of Technology (Caltech) scientists have created the new material out of silicon and its oxide, silica.

The caltech team has figured out that super-thin structures made of this compound can transform infrared light waves into a momentum that would accelerate a probe to 134,000,000 mph.

Speeds like this can carry a small probe to our closest planets and stars, a huddle of stars called Proxima centauri, within decades rather than millennia.

And it will allow humans to search nearby solar systems for alien life.

The Caltech engineers are exploiting the inactivity of photons to reach the astronomical speeds required to cover big distances in comparatively short amounts of time.

Unlike thick air molecules, light doesn't have a resting mass, so it doesn't “blow” in the same way wind does.

But flying photons still pack a punch by exerting pressure via their momentum, according to Maxwell's equations on electromagnetic radiation.


NASA: The material, made out of silicon and its oxide, silica, will be used in solar sails

The idea is to use a laser to coherently shoot a stream of photons at infrared wavelengths at a “light net”, or sail, attached to a spaceship.

Even for small objects that would mean casting a big sail, which in turn means adding more mass. So this sail needs to be as light as possible, which could make it vulnerable to easy damage.

By turning to nanomaterials, engineers have the advantage of twisting the way light is absorbed and released, allowing them to fine-tune the delicate balance of catching enough light to build up speed without overheating.

A caltech spokesperson said: “Light sails propelled by radiation pressure from high-power lasers have the potential to achieve relativistic spaceflight.”


A little girl’s birthday wish came true this weekend after hip hop artist Drake paid her a visit while she waits in the hospital for a heart transplant.

Sofia is a patient at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago. She’s a huge fan of Drake and posted a video of herself doing the “Kiki Challenge,” hoping that Drake would see. Her video quickly went viral on Saturday, which was her birthday, Drake took the time out of his busy schedule to pay her a visit.



Drake probably spent an hour in her room and they talked about a lot ... from his music, her love of cheerleading and their shared interests (Bieber, owls, and basketball). They even talk about her GoFundMe page.


Drake later shared a photo of himself and his new friend on Instagram, with one pic featuring her outfitted in some cool “Scorpion” swag:

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A simple exchange between a man and a boy on the New York City subway is getting viral and melting hearts across the internet.



Some videos that were uploaded to Facebook by Kia Tatiyana Davis, a man can be seen playing some kind of game on his phone.



The clip shows an adorable young boy fascinated by the phone being held by the much larger adult sitting next to him.



As the adult continues to playing with his phone, the young boy looks on, like he is about to giving him some advice.



Suddenly, the man looks over and hands his device over to the little passenger beside him much to his delight

When you think about it, it’s nothing grand. But when you really stop and think about it, the gesture is quite thoughtful. Simply thinking about the time when we were kids, we couldn’t wait for someone to give us a source of entertainment when we were bored or during long rides. But even now, everyone is so caught up on their business that giving their phone away for even a few minutes, especially to someone you don’t know, would seem like a challenge.


But this guy didn’t really mind. He saw the chance of doing a kind little gesture and took it.

Kia Tatiyana Davis posted the video on her social media account and it gathered around 700,000 views and is expected to gather even more.
A chain smoking toddler has developed an uncontrollable habit - and puffs through 40 a day.



Two and a half year old kid Rapi Ananda Pamungkas started by picking up used butts outside his mother's market stall in Sukabumi, Indonesia.



But within days he was hooked - and would constantly harass passing shoppers to give him cigarettes.



His parents initially found his habit amusing, laughing at the sight of the small child lighting up, usually accompanied with a coffee. However, they now want to take him to a doctor to treat his unhealthy habbit.



Rap’s mother Maryati has confessed to buying the little boy two packets of cigarettes a day to satisfy him and stop his out-of-control tantrums:
My child is used to smoking while drinking coffee and eating cake.

He has been smoking every day for around two months. If I don’t give him a cigarette, my child goes berserk.
Rap's father, who is a smoker himself, seemed to not know why his child picked up the habit



"I cannot say no to him when he asks for a cigarette. I don't even smoke that often. I only smoke at work. When my son smokes he likes to have a cup of mochaccino," said 40-year-old Misbahudin, according to the news.

A bizarre video has emerged showing a rat living with a sapling soybean plant growing out of its back.



The footage showed that the rat seems to be in immense pain and struggling to move with the growth and wasn’t able to escape when people comes to inspect it.



Farmer Datar Singh, who discovered the unfortunate rat, had planted a soya bean crop on his farm in the Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh in India earlier this year.

He was inspecting his crop when he found the rat on 7 August.



The witnesses tried to turn the rat over to check how did it happened but they ended up to have no clue at all.



At first, Datar think that it was just a prank but upon check, he realized it was the real thing and believed that a soy bean seed must have fallen into an open wound on the rat’s back and started developing and begun to grow.

The head of the department of biology at a college in nearby Barnagar, Professor A Siddiqui, revealed that the plant could have caused the rodent to suffer even more.

“It’s a miracle. Though the plant had grown in the region near the neck, there was no brain damage,” he said.

Since the video was uploaded, Singh and his friends have removed the plant from the animal’s back and the rodent since been recovering from its injuries.
DVDs



When DVDs started get popular in the early 2000's, it seemed like they would enjoy the long popularity of VHS. DVDs are compact, in comparison, and of infinitely better quality.

Now, though, DVDs are already falling out of favor. Blu-ray is of better quality and can hold more information than DVD. And it’s not just the disc format competing with DVD: The ability to download and stream video from the Internet is also hastening the demise of the DVD.

Super 8/8mm” Handheld Video Cameras



Kodak invented the Super 8/8mm film format in 1965. Soon after, handheld film cameras come in to the market and the living rooms of people everywhere were filled with families watching the hi-jinks at Freddie’s sixth birthday party.

Betamax



Betamax was developed by Sony in 1975, a year before the ultimately more popular VHS format was invented as a response to Sony’s attempt to control the format of the industry.

VHS Format



Invented by JVC, VHS was the  leading video format by the 1980’s, despite what some argued was the technical superiority of the Betamax format. 
Canines were found by Susanna Bergamaschi who was walking in Norma, Italy

The animal rescue worker found them squirming in bag abandoned in a hedge

She took pups home and nurtured them back to health with food and cuddles


 Heartwarming footage shows the moment three terrified puppies are rescued from a bag dumped in a bush.
The pressing question here is - who abandons three puppies in a bush and decides to put them in a plastic bag?

Well luckily for the tiny pooches, and our emotional well-being, animal rescue volunteer, Susanna Bergamaschi, found them while she was out walking. Yes, Susanna - you real life angel.

Quivering in fear, the pups - that were so young they couldn't even open their eyes - were clearly traumatised by their ordeal, according to the MailOnline.

Susanna said: "I was out walking with a friend when I came across a dog walker who said he'd heard noises coming from a hedge, and indicated at the place where the noises were coming from.

"We walked over and saw a plastic bag entangled in a fence.The dog walker managed to untangle the bag and once we got it back to the road we opened it and saw the puppies inside.



Susanna wasted no time in getting the little pups - two white and one black - home and giving them something to eat.
The adorable video shows them being bottle fed milk with people showering them with affection. Then one clip shows them snuggled up together in the sunshine. That's the life.
It's like they know.


Susanna added: "I took them home and from here, their life will begin."

Why can't there be more Susanna's in the world?



It's not only us human beings saving tiny animals either as this heroic Husky proved when it saved seven abandoned kittens.

And to make matters even cuter - the pooch is now acting as the kittens' mum. Oh, our hearts.

Three-year-old service husky Banner was at home with her owner Whitney Braley, 30, in Georgia, US, when Banner 'became extremely distressed' and kept pulling on Whitney's dress.



Realising that something must be wrong, Whitney let Banner lead her from the house and into some nearby woods when they found an abandoned cardboard box.

Banner dived straight in and fished out a teeny white kitten, Whitney went over to check and found six more kittens, who were barely alive.

The adorable dog has been cleaning, cuddling up with and napping alongside the kittens, like she's their real life mama.

A Texas driver says he was in the right place at just the right time on Monday when he spotted a cloud that he says looked just like an angel floating over the horizon.

Danny Ferraro, 57, says he was driving west on Highway 105 in Montgomery with his wife, Carmen Ferraro, when he saw the unique cloud formation. He says he and Carmen were celebrating their one month wedding anniversary and were on their way to handle some “issues and really dreading it.”

“I immediately noticed the cloud formation and the brilliant rays of sun straight ahead of us and I told Carmen, ‘Wow, look at that!’ We both saw the angel and felt it meant that everything would be okay,” Ferraro, of Montgomery, tells PEOPLE. “I just felt like God was saying, ‘I’m always with you.’ I don’t know how many others saw it, but I’m sure it meant something special to everyone who did.”

The father of seven says he grabbed his phone and took a “spectacular” photo. He shared the picture on Facebook and the shot quickly garnered more than 1,000 shares on the social media site.




TEXAS ANGEL
This was the sunset as we were driving down Hwy 105. How awesome is that!

We were at the right spot at exactly the right time,” he says. “I never thought [the photo] would get so many likes and responses and that it would bring comfort to some as well. I feel very honored and blessed to have captured this moment.”

The newlywed says he and Carmen have been dealing with difficult situations in recent weeks, so seeing the cloud proved to be a sweet moment for the couple.

“We have literally been dealing with several different family matters since we stepped off the plane from our honeymoon,” he tells PEOPLE. “God can speak to us in many different ways and for that I’m thankful.
Nothing Donald Trump does is subtle, especially when speaking in public.

Whether or not it is shouting declarations about making America "nice once more" or yelling one thing a bit extra derogatory in the direction of somebody he does not like (the press, our overseas allies, whoever hasn't given him his method lately), Trump isn't not emphatic. The person likes to yell.
Very, very loudly.

As such, the world has been handled to quite few photos of Trump yelling over the past few years, since he began revving up his presidential campaign. And what better way to represent our 45th president than with a curated collection of photos that capture Trump in his natural component?

Enjoy!


1. Tea Party rally's bring out the madness

 Real anger here at a September 2015 Tea Party event. Or he just wants to eat that recorder.


2. Sneezing and having snots fly out in public.


3. Fresh anger

He even managed to wrangle up a new anger look for his September 2017 speech in front of the UN


4. Roar

At an April 2016 rally, then-candidate Trump prepares to swallow a microphone entire in a efficiency artwork bit.


5. Code Orangish-Red

In December 2015, Trump yelled a lot his face turned much more orange.


6. Who may even say?

Throughout a February 2016 rally, a bit of paper made Trump very indignant. Or very glad. It is truthfully exhausting to inform with him typically.


7. Mad as hell

Again, from the RNC in July 2016. As Trump pivoted toward the general election with his nomination secure, he decided to keep dancing with the date that brought him: anger


8. Dangerous angle

A uncommon side-view of Trump's yelling, from the Republican Conference in Cleveland in July 2016.


9. Fake news

If Trump is pointing and yelling, as he is here at a March 2016 rally, he's *probably* mad about the media.


10. Harsh

At a February 2016 rally in Las Vegas, one thing concerning the lighting provides Trump an much more authoritarian really feel than normal.


11. A yell or a sneeze?

Extra from the identical 2015 Tea Social gathering rally, the place his head seems prefer it's beneath an incredible quantity of strain.




Now everyone go take a cleansing breath.