'cause he was raving about Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the job she's doing for Trump. and two-time presidential hopeful at LAX where he had nothing but good things to say about Sarah in her role as White House Press Secretary. which might or might not be a shot at Sean Spicer ...
who used to take media beatings when he had the job.
The song reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Perry's second consecutive top three single, following "I Kissed a Girl".
It also became Perry's second top five single in the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand, and topped the charts in Finland, Germany, Canada, Norway, Spain, and Denmark, among others.
The lyrics address an unstable romantic relationship caused by a partner's mood swings.
Perry says her vows, but Alexander hesitates and the church anxiously waits for him to say "I do".
Perry appears frustrated and the music begins to play, with the congregation dancing as disco lights flash.
It re-entered the Hot 100 on August 23, again at number 88.
The song peaked at number three on the Hot 100 on November 22, making it her second top-three hit after "I Kissed a Girl".