President Trump suggested Monday that his anti-government corruption mantra of “draining the swamp” already needs an overhaul. “Drain the Swamp should be changed to Drain the Sewer – it’s actually much worse than anyone ever thought, and it begins with the Fake News!”
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- Washington is ‘much worse than anyone ever thought’: Trump
By Yaron Steinbuch - Monday Jul 24, 2017
- London Sewer Workers Fighting Intense “Sewer War” Against 820-Foot ‘Fatberg’
By Mary Beth Quirk - Tuesday Sep 12, 2017
Every time you flush a disposable wet wipe down the toilet, just imagine sewer workers screaming, “Nooooo!” That’s because no one wants to battle a monster “fatberg” of the sort currently blocking London’s sewers.If you thought a fatberg the size of a 747 was impressive, you ain’t seen nothing yet: Thames Water workers have embarked on a …
- ‘SNL': McKinnon’s Kellyanne Conway Channels ‘It,’ Drags Anderson Cooper Into the Sewer (Video)
By Phil Hornshaw, provided by
- Sunday Oct 15, 2017
Kate McKinnon reprised her long-running role as Donald Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, but with a Halloween, horror-movie twist.Playing Anderson Cooper, Alex Moffatt found McKinnon’s Conway in a storm drain, echoing the opening scene of the hit horror film “It,” which adapted the Stephen King novel of the same name. In the movie, an evil and supernaturally powerful clown called Pennywise torments and attacks children in a small Maine town.“SNL” riffed on the idea by putting Conway in the role of Pennywise, waiting in the sewer to lure in Cooper.
- ‘SNL': Kellyanne Conway channels ‘It,’ drags Anderson Cooper into the sewer
By Phil Hornshaw, provided by
- Saturday Oct 14, 2017
Kate McKinnon reprised her long-running role as Donald Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, but with a Halloween, horror-movie twist. Playing Anderson Cooper, Alex Moffatt found McKinnon’s Conway in a storm drain, echoing the opening scene of the hit horror film “It,” which adapted the Stephen King novel of the same name. In the movie, an evil and supernaturally powerful clown called Pennywise torments and attacks children in a small Maine town. “SNL” riffed on the idea by putting Conway in the role of Pennywise, waiting in the sewer to lure in Cooper.
- Baltimore Getting Aggressive In Fight Against Fatberg Clogging City Sewer
By Mary Beth Quirk - Tuesday Oct 17, 2017
When it comes to “fatbergs” — large globs made from wet wipes, cooking oil, and other stuff we flush — clogging the sewers, sometimes extreme measures are necessary. To wit: In an effort to finally dislodge a fatberg that caused a sewer overflow in Baltimore recently, city officials are now resorting to more aggressive approach.Baltimore City Department of Public …
- Red Balloons Are Popping Up on Sewer Grates in ‘It’-Inspired Prank
By Jeremy Fuster, provided by
- Wednesday Sep 6, 2017
The town of Lititz, Pennsylvania got a visit from Pennywise this week — or rather, some pranksters pretending to be him.On Tuesday, three days before “It” is set to hit theaters, several red balloons were seen tied to sewer grates throughout Lititz, in a reference to the infamous scene where Georgie Denborough followed his paper boat into a storm drain and was taken away by Pennywise to parts unknown.PA police department asks 'local prankster' to stop tying red 'It' balloons to sewer grates https://t.co/fKecOVrddZ via @WNEP pic.twitter.com/fPAGJo7eMJ- WNEP (@WNEP) September 6, 2017“We give points for creativity,” Lilitz Police said in a Facebook post.