Question of the day
Our last question asked: Beijing just did what for the first time? The city issued its first-ever red alert for pollution, the highest level in the warning system.
Congrats to Thomas Feyer of the New York Times for being the very first to get that right! Honorable mentions go out to these lovely people for also answering correctly: Carrie Gray, Olivia Walker, Rob Gates, Lucia A. Walinchus, Tyler Gatlin, Fabiola Camacho (who advises, "they better get their act together or even rudolphs nose won't shine through!"), Margo Howard, Vanessa Barrington, Lindy Magoffin, Ed Joyce, Ron Casalotti (who asks "Do ya realize how bad it had to be to be the worst ever?"), Joshua Lapidus (who adds "and right after I left China too. Bout time they #answer the call for reform and take notice to the smog problem"), Kate Morrissey and Caroline Sander (who adds that the red alert is "ironic since the color red represents good fortune in china"). Very true.
As for today's question, here it is: Not to make today all about Trump, but which famous children's author just weighed in on the candidate, and what was the comparison/claim made?
... We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!