The singer shared an image of the first lady and Canadian PM looking intimate in response to Trump's Twitter tirade.
A Taliban spokesperson criticized Trump's decision to cancel a planned meeting with the group's representatives that was scheduled for this weekend.
"Two natural disasters in one week? Give these poor people a break," writer John Pavlovitz said.
Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger and Florida Rep. Michael Waltz both had tough words for the commander in chief after he invited Taliban leaders to Camp David.
Model and presenter tried to get her own phrase trending on Twitter after attack by president.
"The less you believe real reporting, the more you might fall for his [Trump's] unreality," Brian Stelter warned.
"The president has called himself the 'King of Debt,' has a familiarity and comfort level with debt that I think is ultimately leading us in the wrong direction," Sanford said.
The president said leaders from the Taliban were secretly supposed to fly into the United States on Saturday night before he cancelled it.
The Saturday morning tweet comes just hours after the president's son, Eric Trump, criticized another Washington Post reporter, David Fahrenthold.
A NOAA spokesperson said earlier path projections for Hurricane Dorian did include possible tropical storm effects on Alabama.
"Since the guy in the White House is a pathological liar, we customized his favorite marker to give him some advice: 'DON'T LIE,'" the former Illinois congressman wrote on Twitter.
This represents an increase in concern by several points since the poll was last taken in June.
The Trump markers have "the special ability to drive @CNN and the rest of the fake news crazy!" Trump campaign manager Brad Pascale tweeted.
"President Trump's erratic behavior and reckless economic policies are causing uncertainty and angst for the American worker. Wage growth is flat. Manufacturing is in decline. And job growth continues to slow," wrote Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez.
President Trump has tweeted about Alabama and Hurricane Dorian at least a dozen times since Sunday, September 1.
President touted more tariff-free ethanol going to Brazil, but hard-hit corn farmers say it will make little difference.
Maintaining the CIA and the Afghan paramilitaries it works with would seriously undermine any peace agreement.
"The Committee does not believe that U.S. taxpayer funds should be used to personally enrich President Trump, his family, and his companies," a Democratic committee chairman wrote in a series of letters requesting information and documents.
President Donald Trump's ally in Brazil is so fearful of foreign interference and losing power that he's willing to let the largest tropical rainforest on Earth burn.
While millions of Americans don't take all of their vacation days, Trump is "hard at work not working," Kimmel joked.
The former secretary of defense said the days of cooperation with Russia are gone and that the U.S. must stand alongside its allies against President Vladimir Putin.
A White House aide said Trump also complained about Fox News host Shepard Smith's coverage of his altered Dorian map.
Trump adviser Rear Adm. Peter Brown also defended the president's altered map on Thursday.
While three schools are located in the United States or a U.S. territory, the others are on military bases overseas.
Trump makes decisions at the behest of his favorite TV hosts including "the great Sean Hannity," according to a new book.
But President Trump and his cronies are pitting fellow Americans against one another, sowing division that undermines everything we're supposed to stand for as a country.
Violence continues to plague Afghanistan, even as the nearly year-long talks between the Trump administration and the Taliban appeared on the cusp of a breakthrough.
Nick Bowdish, CEO of Elite Octane in Atlantic, Iowa, told "Newsweek" Trump administration is hurting the U.S. heartland that got him elected.
"Americans are in harm's way and the president is laser-focused on ... covering up a small mistake he made," the former FBI director wrote.
Fox News' Judge Andrew Napolitano accused Trump of unconstitutionally misappropriating funds for his border wall from federal money Congress did not approve.