The "joke" involved Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Abraham Lincoln.
Christina King Miranda deleted her Facebook post because she "can't say" if it really happened.
“That's been a good thing for all of us, I think," he added.
“The information we currently have shows a high plausibility that poisoning has taken place here.”
The post later prompted a GoFundMe that had raised $7,520 as of Tuesday morning.
Ralph Shortley had used fake names for years in online posts to receive child pornography and seek sexual encounters with boys
Trump just called Hurricane Maria response an "incredible unsung success." Nearly 3,000 people died.
He was trying to reassure Americans that his administration is ready for Hurricane Florence, which he called “tremendously big and tremendously wet.”
The hurricane is now the size of North Carolina.
The tweet was still up hours later.
The high-powered exec stepped down after six more women came forward.
All the Trump officials who want you to know they definitely did not write the NYT op-ed — and a few who aren't saying
Over two dozen Trump administration officials have come forward to condemn the person who wrote the op-ed or deny writing it themselves — and in some cases, both.
“I was protesting because this president is an unindicted co-conspirator in a felony criminal investigation,” actress Piper Perabo told VICE News.