TRUMP ‘FIXER’ TURNS ON THE PRESIDENT IN MULLER PROBE 0 325

Michael Cohen turned against Donald Trump after the President backed Vladimir Putin ahead of US intelligence services.

A summit between the two leaders in Helsinki in July was the final straw for Cohen, his lawyer Lanny Davis told Sky News, prompting him to seriously question Mr Trump’s loyalty to the US and suggesting “almost a mental instability in the man”.

The president’s former “fixer” had previously been a staunch supporter of Mr Trump, saying he would “take a bullet” for the president.

Mr Davis added that it was “absolutely clear that Donald Trump committed a felony” by ordering hush payments be made to two women “so that his political election chances would not be harmed” before the 2016 presidential election.

Cohen told a court on Tuesday that he had paid off porn actress Stormy Daniels and model Karen McDougal in order to influence the 2016 US election campaign, at the direction of a “candidate”.

Mr Davis said his client “was talking about Donald Trump” and that he had “directed and co-ordinated” the payments.

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FORGET #THEDRESS, NOW IT'S #THEJACKET THAT IS CAUSING A SOCIAL MEDIA MELTDOWN 0 194

A year after “the Dress” broke the Internet, friends and families are divided yet again, this time over the actual color of an Adidas jacket.

It all started when Tumblr user Nina, a 16-year-old from Southern California who goes by the handle poppunkblogger, turned to her followers to settle a dispute she was having with a friend as to whether a particular item of clothing was black and brown or white and blue

“I hate to make a new blue/black white/gold dress meme but my friend has this jacket and she says it’s white and blue but i see black and brown pls tell me what you see,” she wrote.

Unlike the dress, which divided people firmly into two camps (blue and black against white and gold), the jacket has elicited a wider ranging response. It’s hard to tell just how many people are submitting what they see in good faith, but the responses run the gamut.

After it went viral, her friend commented, “NINA WHAT DID YOU DO[?]” to which she replied “IDK IM SORRY IM SCARED IM SO SCARED IM CRYING.”

So what do you think? Is it white and blue, black and brown or something else entirely?

WHO OR WHAT IS "DAMN DANIEL"? THE GLOBAL INTERNET SENSATION REVEALED 0 50

If you’ve been on the Internet at all over the past few days, you’ve probably wondered who is “Damn Daniel”, and why is everyone talking about his Vans? Fortunately, I’m here to clear the air for you, and try to make sense of a phenomenon that is the “Damn Daniel” meme. Spoiler alert: this has about as much logic as Alex from Target meme in 2014 (except hold onto your chair, because this is even more insane yet fantastically hilarious).

Last Monday, a high schooler named Josh uploaded a video featuring a few different segments of his friend Daniel walking around, on top of which he narrated “Damn, Daniel,” along with a running commentary on his white Vans sneakers. For reasons unbeknownst to really, uh, anyone, the video was retweeted more than 250,000 times, and it’s become nothing short of a phenomenon.

Daniel Lara now has almost 150,000 followers on Twitter, and is understandably stoked at what’s going on. His video has prompted all kinds of things to arise out of the strange corners of the Internet, including a “Damn Daniel Starter Pack” which consists of white Vans, jeans, a t-shirt and a red backpack; dance routines; remixes of the 30-second audio, and all kinds of other shenanigans. Needless to say, the video is officially meme-famous, with people going as far as taking pictures of their white sneakers in bathroom stalls and posting: “Thinkin’ about you, Daniel.”

But who exactly is Daniel Lara? According to his Twitter page, he’s a teen living in Los Angeles, California (who clearly knows how to dress to impress). His username is danlaraa on Instagram, which, despite only having five photos, has already amassed 195,000 followers. In one of his photos, he even shows us what he is wearing on his feet on the rare day that he is not spotted in his white Vans. (PLOT TWIST, you guys: it’s black Vans.) Although he hasn’t said much yet the meme started trending, he has expressed his gratitude to his many thousands of new fans. You can follow him @daniel_laraa

As with most things on the World Wide Web, it’s hard to say whether or not this will be just a passing trend, or if Daniel will be with us for the long-haul. Check out the original video below, and some notable tweets from fellow humans partaking in the method and madness that is this boy named Daniel, who is now the only thing your friends will be talking about for at least another week.