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President Barack Obama considers a question in the White House in Washington, May 13, 2016. (Photo by Carolyn Kaster/AP)
President Barack Obama considers a question in the White House in Washington, May 13, 2016.

This week, Obama named a new national animal, a social media platform's algorithm did not get any likes from conservatives and Donald Trump got a new nickname. 

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Supporters of the legislation say they hope this animal will be elevated to the stature of the bald eagle in the United States.

Republican National Committee head Reince Priebus, who also attended the meeting, called it “a very positive step toward party unity.”

President Obama originally expressed interest in visiting the Japanese city back in 2009.

“He has the physical countenance of a man and a baby’s temperament and hands,” the comedian said in an interview with David Axelrod.

The social media platform denied the claims, saying “it follows rigorous guidelines to ensure consistency and neutrality.”

The senator has committed to supporting the presumptive Republican nominee but said Trump should make amends to “a body of American heroes” he has offended.

The Obama administration sent the letter to every public school district in America warning them that they should allow transgender students to use bathrooms consistent with their chosen gender identities or risk losing federal funding.

The former quarterback and his wife have teamed up with the American Heart Association, Amgen and Schwinn bicycles to promote a Breakaway from Heart Disease initiative, which encourages people to investigate their family histories and take action through a series of cycling events.

Travelers have already brought more than 400 cases of the Zika virus to the U.S., primarily in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Under the old rules, “healthy” foods must meet a government criteria on fat, saturated fat, sodium, cholesterol and nutrients. Congress is urging the FDA to update what is and is not healthy.