The White House doesn’t want us to believe what we’re seeing, so they’re showing us things that are unbelievable.
President Trump often uses Twitter as a bully pulpit, but one tweet of his on Sept. 4 may have helped avert a massacre in Syria, says Rim Albezem, a New Jersey cardiologist who was the missive’s unlikely catalyst.
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Monday’s The Good Doctor. Fall behind? Read our previous recap here. The Good Doctor was ultimately unable to prevent a flesh-eating bacteria from destroying the career of up-and-coming violinist Jas Kohli, who came to the ER with an infected finger and left San Jose St. Bonaventure without an arm. […]