(86 means "reject, discard, get rid of, or cancel")
(45 means the 45th President of the United States)

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Trump Wishes ‘Happy’ Memorial Day to U.S. and Japanese Troops
Veterans and their families go through many emotions on Memorial Day, and it’s unlikely any of them will be happy. That didn’t stop President Trump on Tuesday from wishing a “happy Memorial Day” to U.S. and—for some reason—Japanese service members, during the final day of his visit to Japan. “I have to wish you all a very happy Memorial Day,” Trump said during an appearance aboard the USS Wasp, when it was still Memorial Day back in the States. “On this Memorial Day evening in the United States, Americans are concluding a sacred day of remembrance, reflection and prayer.” Source
May 28, 2019
Trump Trusts North Korea’s Kim More Than His Own People
Trump seemed to contradict his national security adviser Saturday, claiming he was unbothered by North Korea’s recent missile tests essentially because he trusts dictator Kim Jong Un. In a tweet while he was in Japan, Trump also espoused a view that is at odds with his host country. “North Korea fired off some small weapons, which disturbed some of my people, and others, but not me,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “I have confidence that Chairman Kim will keep his promise to me.” Source
May 26, 2019
Devastating analysis shows Trump’s trade war has massively helped Mexico — while hurting America
Trump’s trade war is wreaking havoc on many American farmers — but it turns out that Mexico is actually benefiting. Business Insider reports on a new analysis by the International Monetary Fund showing that imports from Mexico, which Trump has regularly attacked for supposedly “taking advantage” of the United States, have skyrocketed ever since Trump began slapping massive tariffs on products imported from China. Source
May 24, 2019
After infrastructure blowup, Trump owns Washington gridlock
By telling Democrats that he won’t work on items like infrastructure until they end their investigations into him, President Trump on Wednesday took ownership of Washington’s gridlock. That’s a dangerous place for any American president, especially one facing re-election a year from now. In fact, it’s pretty similar to when Trump took ownership of a government shutdown in that meeting last December with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. Source
May 22, 2019
Trump’s Week Goes from Regular Bad to Shrieking at a
12-Piece Bucket of Chicken-Bad

With Trump’s banker facing a subpoena, his accountants turning over records, and New York gunning for his tax returns, the president is officially having one of his worst weeks ever. Source
May 23, 2019
Farmer: Trump’s trade war is literally driving Americans to suicide
Patty Edelburg, the vice president of the National Farmers Union, appeared Thursday on Fox News to discuss President Donald Trump’s ongoing trade war with China. “It has been insane,” Edelburg said. “We’ve had a lot of farmers — a lot more bankruptcies going on, a lot more farmer suicides.” Source
May 17, 2019
Mitch McConnell enabled the Russian attack on US democracy in 2016 by refusing to stand with Obama in denouncing Russian efforts to manipulate the presidential election.
It is not a coincidence that the least popular senator in America used his power as Senate Majority Leader to stop Democrats from re-imposing sanctions on a Russian oligarch and then that same oligarch just so happens to invest $200 million in McConnell’s home state before the reviled senator is running for reelection. Source
May 17, 2019
George W. Bush may be the only person in the world who can force Trump out of office
Trump must go. He must be impeached. He must be tried and convicted in the Senate and removed from the White House. He and his family and his entire crime syndicate must be hauled before the courts, indicted, tried, convicted and imprisoned. He and his family must be broken. Made destitute. Reduced to begging on the streets. Anything less, and they will use their remaining millions of dollars to march across the country, rousing Trump’s minions and imploring them to finish off our government and Constitution. Donald Trump is the enemy of the people. Source
May 6, 2019
How bad does Trump have to get before he’s forced from office?
It’s bad enough that he lost the election by 3,000,000 popular votes. • It’s bad enough that the Russians helped him get elected by manipulating social media in critical electoral college states. • It’s bad enough that he helped the Russians do that by providing them confidential polling data to guide their Facebook ad targeting. • It’s bad enough that those ads were seen by more than 100,000,000 people when the total electoral college difference over three states was 70,000 votes. • It’s bad enough that those involved with his campaign who were also engaged with the Russians lied repeatedly, both publicly and under oath, about that engagement. • It’s bad enough that many tens of millions of dollars mysteriously disappeared from his inauguration committee, and he feels no compunction to explain where it went. • It’s bad enough that he brags about groping women and grabbing them by the pussy. Is there an honest woman in the country who admires that? Wants that? • It’s bad enough that he’s been credibly accused of sexual assault by more than 20 women. • It’s bad enough that he is an unindicted co-conspirator in the felony to commit election finance fraud by paying hush money to a Playboy bunny and a porn star. • It’s bad enough that he filed for bankruptcy six times, stiffing workers, contractors, and lenders for tens of millions of dollars. • It’s bad enough that his resorts and other properties for years hired undocumented aliens, even as he railed against a “tidal wave” of illegal immigrants. • It’s bad enough that he inherited $413,000,000 from his father, much of it through illegal tax dodges, but pretends to be a self-made man. • It’s bad enough that his “charitable” foundation was ordered shut down after having been revealed to be a sham, used to help promote his business and political interests. • It’s bad enough he claims he was a good student, but threatens to sue any schools that release his grades. • It’s bad enough he claims to be a brilliant businessman but refuses to release his taxes which would prove it. Or, disprove it. • It’s bad enough that he says the Mueller report “totally exonerates” him, yet refuses to allow it to be released, or, for critical witnesses to be able to testify about it. • It’s bad enough that he grossly understated the value of his assets to dodge taxes, while grossly overstating their value to secure bank loans. • It’s bad enough that the Mueller report detailed 10 instances of obstruction of justice that would be criminal, were he not the president and, so, immune from indictment. • It’s bad enough that he’s a pathological liar, telling almost 10,000 lies since assuming office, literally not being able to deal with reality. • It’s bad enough, his boot-licking of Putin at Helsinki, where he said he believed Putin about Russian interference in the 2016 election, but not his own intelligence chiefs. • It’s bad enough that he has separated thousands of immigrant children from their parents, put them in cages, and then lost track of them. • It’s bad enough that he praised neo-Nazi marchers in Charlottesville two years ago, then re-defended them just a few days ago. • It’s bad enough that, though sworn to ensure that the laws are faithfully executed, he told immigration officials to break the law, promising to pardon them if they were convicted. • It’s bad enough that he told senior White House aides to lie to the Mueller commission about his efforts to obstruct the same commission’s investigation. • It’s bad enough that he smeared a Gold Star Family whose son was killed in Iraq. • It’s bad enough that he repeatedly smeared bona-fide Vietnam war hero, John McCain, while he, himself, wrangled five draft deferments to dodge service in the same war. • It’s bad enough he promised to help the working man, but immediately passed a $1.5 trillion tax cut that went almost exclusively to corporations and the wealthy. • It’s bad enough he continues to claim he’s building The Wall when not a single inch of new wall has been built since he took office. • It’s bad enough he promised to protect Social Security but just two weeks ago submitted a budget that cuts benefits to millions, including seniors in poverty. • It’s bad enough that he refuses to cooperate with Congressional hearings, trashing the Constitution and the checks and balances at the very heart of our form of government. We could go on. And on. And on. And on. But as bad as all of this is, the real question is, “When does it get so bad that we will no longer tolerate this scum running the country, dividing us against each other, desecrating our values, degrading our civic spaces, and destroying our institutions?” When does it get bad enough that WE will actually do something to stop being so mocked, so humiliated, and so defiled? When will we have Republican Congressmen who will get up off their knees before him and represent us, the people who actually elected them, and defend our country against the greatest domestic threat it has faced in over a century? Source
April 29, 2019
Psychiatrists Say Mueller Report Offers More Proof Of Trump’s Mental Decline
Donald Trump’s “reckless” response to the investigation into his campaign as detailed by special counsel Robert Mueller shows that he is unable to rationally process risk, making him a danger to the entire nation, according to a new analysis by a group of psychiatrists. “The singular reaction is perhaps indicative of the extent to which the president is, as with his contrary reaction to Russia’s attack on the integrity and validity of our process of electing a president, preoccupied with himself to the point where he does not even consider the good of the nation,” states the report, which is being released on Friday. The report bears an unwieldy title: “Mental Health Analysis of the Special Counsel’s Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election.” The authors’ chosen subtitle, though, goes more to the heart of their thesis: “If One is Too Incompetent to Commit a Crime, Despite Trying Hard, Is One Competent to be President?” Source
April 26, 2019
Trump Gets Stupider Every Day
Trump said Friday that his administration is giving “strong considerations” to a plan to release immigrant detainees exclusively into “sanctuary cities,” reviving a proposal that White House officials insisted had been rejected months ago after only informal consideration. Put aside the fact that this would be illegal and just consider what signal it would send. Trump would be loudly proclaiming that if you come to the United States to seek asylum, we will put you into a comfy American bus and send you to a city where you will be given food and shelter. Everyone there will try to help you find work and provide lawyers to help with your asylum request. That should certainly stop the brown hordes from swarming to America seeking asylum! Source
April 13, 2019
Trump Officially An Iowa Laughingstock As GOP Sen. Joni Ernst Calls Windmill Claims ‘Ridiculous
Donald Trump is quickly becoming a laughingstock in Iowa following his claim that noise from windmills causes cancer. Iowa’s Republican Sen. Joni Ernst shot down the president’s claim on Thursday, calling it “ridiculous.” “I have church bells that ring across from my office here in D.C.,” she said, according to an NBC News affiliate. “I know that noise doesn’t give me cancer, otherwise I’m sure I’d have church bell cancer.” Trump made the bizarre claim earlier this week, adding that “if you have a windmill anywhere near your house, congratulations. Your house just went down 75 percent in value.” During a recent rally in Michigan, Trump claimed that wind energy only works when it’s windy outside. “If it doesn’t blow, you can forget about television for that night,” said the ignorant president. Iowa’s other GOP senator, Chuck Grassley, also lambasted Trump for his ignorance on alternative forms of energy, calling the suggestion that wind turbines cause cancer “idiotic.” Source
April 4, 2019
Trump keeps claiming his father was born in Germany. It was the Bronx.
Speaking to reporters in the White House Tuesday, President Trump misstated his father’s place of birth as Germany, rather than New York City. “My father is German, right? Was German. And born in a very wonderful place in Germany, so I have a great feeling for Germany,” Trump said during a meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who is from Norway. Trump’s father, Frederick Christ Trump, was born in the Bronx on Oct. 11, 1905. Source
April 3, 2019
Trump is urging his supporters to use violence and ‘brute force’ because investigations are closing in on him
White House veteran Robert Reich warned that President Donald Trump is going to lash out worse than we’ve ever seen as investigators continue to close in. “What does a megalomaniacal president of the United States do when he’s cornered?” Reich mused in a column for The Guardian. “We’ll soon find out.” While House Democrats prepare a series of investigations into the president’s alleged wrongdoing, Senate Republicans “have begun to desert him” on his border wall emergency declaration, special counsel Robert Mueller’s report being made public and even the war in Yemen. “Trump cannot abide losing,” the Clinton-era Labor secretary wrote. “His ego can’t contain humiliation. He is incapable of shame.” Source
March 17, 2019
New Zealand Mosque Mass Shooter’s Manifesto Praises Donald Trump As ‘Symbol of Renewed White Identity’
A mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand has left an astonishing total of 49 people dead, according to The Associated Press. The shooting was carried out by at least one gunman who posted on online “manifesto” stating white supremacist viewpoints and naming prominent Donald Trump supporter and right-wing American media personality Candace Owens as the person who most inspired him to commit acts of violence. He also praised Trump himself “as a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.” Source
March 15, 2019
John Kelly Unloads: Working for Trump Was Awful, and His Wall Is Stupid
In an interview on stage at Duke University Wednesday, former White House chief of staff John Kelly, who left the administration in January, tore into his former boss’s immigration platform, calling the wall a “waste of money” and breaking with the president’s characterization of immigrants from Mexico and Central America as violent and dangerous to Americans. “They’re overwhelmingly not criminals,” Kelly said. “They’re people coming up here for economic purposes. I don’t blame them for that.” “We don’t need a wall from sea to shining sea,” the retired general added. Source
March 8, 2019
Trump’s Trade War Cost U.S. More Than $3 Billion A Month
Trump’s trade war cost American businesses and consumers $3 billion a month last year in higher prices, according to a study by top economists. The U.S. “experienced substantial increases in the prices of ... goods, dramatic changes to its supply-chain network, reductions in availability of imported varieties, and complete pass-through of the tariffs into domestic prices of imported goods,” noted the study issued Saturday by economists from the Federal Reserve Bank in New York, and Princeton and Columbia University. “Overall ... we find that the full incidence of the tariff falls on domestic consumers.” The trade war also cost companies an additional $1.4 billion a month in efficiency losses as they changed the way they do business to adapt to the tariffs, such as cobbling together new supply chains, according to the study. Source
March 5, 2019
Former Ethics Chief : “Donald Trump's Golf Promotion Tweet is Shameless, Corrupt and Repugnant."
The former director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics slammed President Donald Trump for promoting a Trump-owned golf course on social media, characterizing the commander-in-chief's efforts as "shameless, corrupt and repugnant presidential profiteering." Walter Shaub, who directed the ethics office from 2013 to 2017, was responding to a Saturday morning tweet from Trump in which the president lauded his International Golf Links resort near Aberdeen, Scotland as "the greatest golf course in the world" and suggested its presence helps diplomatic efforts in the U.K. In addition to calling the tweet evidence of corrupt behavior, Shaub said the president's remarks could be construed as an "invitation to graft." "This is Trump’s most explicit commingling of personal interests and public office to date," Shaub wrote. "This is the tone from the top that leads his appointees to violate ethics rules." Source
March 2, 2019
Under Trump's Tariffs, The US Lost 20,000 Solar Energy Jobs
Solar energy jobs have stagnated and dipped for two consecutive years since the Department of Energy’s initial report, with a loss of 10,000 jobs in 2017 followed by a further 8,000 in 2018. Although some job losses were foreseen as a result of project finalizations in several states, the biggest contributing factor was President Trump’s tariffs on solar panels. Source
Feb. 24, 2019
Trump demands quick rollout of “6G” wireless tech, which doesn’t exist
Trump today urged wireless carriers to deploy "6G" networks "as soon as possible," seemingly ignoring the small problem that 6G technology doesn't exist yet. "I want 6G technology in the United States as soon as possible," Trump wrote on Twitter this morning. "It is far more powerful, faster, and smarter than the current standard. American companies must step up their efforts, or get left behind." Source
Feb. 22, 2019
I owe how much? Americans are shocked by the impact of Trump's tax law
Wait, I owe the IRS? The first tax filing season under the new federal tax law is proving to be surprising, confusing — and occasionally frightening — for some Americans, especially those accustomed to getting money back from the government.Source
Feb. 19, 2019
Ann Coulter: “Only national emergency is that our president is an idiot”
Coulter was responding to Trump's comment earlier on Friday calling out the conservative firebrand as being "off the reservation." He made the remark during a press conference at the White House after he declared a national emergency on the southern border. Source
Feb. 16, 2019
Trump OBESE according to physical exam results
At his physical exam last year, the 6-foot-3-inch Trump weighed 239 pounds, according to his doctor. Trump, who has a common form of heart disease, embarked on a mission last year to lose some weight. Now, the President weighs 243 pounds, an increase of 4 pounds, according to the physical examination results. That weight now puts Trump's body mass index, or BMI, at 30.4, which makes him clinically obese. Source
Feb. 14, 2019
GOP livid with Trump over ignored Khashoggi report
Senate Republicans are fuming at President Donald Trump for telling lawmakers he would disregard a law requiring a report to Congress determining who is responsible for the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Source
Feb. 12, 2019
Trump Trade War Helps Push Farmers Into Record Number Of Bankruptcies
Hard times for farmers got tougher with President Donald Trump’s trade war. Now Midwestern farmers are filing the highest number of bankruptcies in a decade, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of federal data. And farmers aren’t hopeful about this year. Twice as many farmers in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin declared bankruptcy last year compared to 2008, according to statistics from the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, the Journal reported. Bankruptcies in states from North Dakota to Arkansas leaped 96 percent, according to figures from the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. Farmers are being battered by sinking commodity prices — and stiff tariffs from China and Mexico in retaliation for Trump’s tariffs on imports. Source
Feb. 11, 2019
Trump Said America’s Great Success Was the ‘Abolition of Civil Rights’
On Thursday morning, Donald Trump swung by DC's annual National Prayer Breakfast to give a speech to a room full of high-profile religious leaders about the importance of faith, family, and the, uh—hold on, let me check my notes here... Yep, that's correct: The great American achievement that was the "abolition of civil rights." “Since the founding of our nation, many of our greatest strides—from gaining our independence, to abolition of civil rights, to extending the vote for women—have been led by people of faith and started in prayer," Trump said, clearly failing to read his teleprompter correctly. Source
Feb. 9, 2019
“Trump Is Hated by Everyone Inside the White House”
While the State of the Union adjusted the president’s mood, it wasn’t enough to re-align the underlying dysfunction of the West Wing. Morale inside the White House, never high to begin with, has turned particularly bleak, according to interviews with 10 former West Wing officials and Republicans close to the president. The issue is that many see Trump himself as the problem. “Trump is hated by everyone inside the White House,” a former West Wing official said. Source
Feb. 9, 2019
New Mexico governor withdraws National Guard from the border, slams Trump's 'charade'
The governor of New Mexico ordered the state’s National Guard to withdraw a majority of its troops from the southern border, slamming what she called President Donald Trump’s “charade” shortly before his State of the Union address on Tuesday. “New Mexico will not take part in the president’s charade of border fear-mongering by misusing our diligent National Guard troops,” Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said in a statement. Source
Feb. 6, 2019
Willful Ignorance.' Inside President Trump's Troubled Intelligence Briefings
In the wake of President Donald Trump’s renewed attacks on the U.S. intelligence community this week, senior intelligence briefers are breaking two years of silence to warn that the President is endangering American security with what they say is a stubborn disregard for their assessments. Citing multiple in-person episodes, these intelligence officials say Trump displays what one called “willful ignorance” when presented with analyses generated by America’s $81 billion-a-year intelligence services. Source
Feb. 3, 2019
Ann Coulter: Trump Is
‘Lazy and Incompetent’

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter called President Trump “lazy and incompetent,” and said he could potentially face a Republican primary challenger in 2020 if he doesn’t build a wall along the southern border. “We put this lunatic in the White House for one reason,” Coulter told Yahoo News. Source
Feb. 2, 2019
The President’s Hostage Attempt Is Going Miserably Wrong.
Once again, Trump tried and failed to strike a deal on Saturday. Trump is trapped. He shut the government to impose his will on the incoming Democratic majority in the House of Representatives. That plan has miserably failed. Instead, Trump has found himself caught in the trap he supposed he had set for his opponents. Now he is desperately seeking an exit. Source
Jan. 20, 2019
Trump Directed His Attorney Michael Cohen To Lie To Congress About The Moscow Tower Project.
President Donald Trump directed his longtime attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow, according to two federal law enforcement officials involved in an investigation of the matter. Trump also supported a plan, set up by Cohen, to visit Russia during the presidential campaign, in order to personally meet President Vladimir Putin and jump-start the tower negotiations. “Make it happen,” the sources said Trump told Cohen. And even as Trump told the public he had no business deals with Russia, the sources said Trump and his children Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr. received regular, detailed updates about the real estate development from Cohen, whom they put in charge of the project. Source
Jan. 18, 2019
Pence declares 'ISIS has been defeated' on the same day that an ISIS-claimed attack killed US service members in Syria. Source
Jan. 16, 2019
18 reasons Trump could be a Russian asset.
The New York Times reported that “in the days after President Trump fired James B. Comey as F.B.I. director, law enforcement officials became so concerned by the president’s behavior that they began investigating whether he had been working on behalf of Russia against American interests.” That investigation may well be continuing under the auspices of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III. Click the Source link for the full story. Source
Jan. 15, 2019
Former Trump Organization VP Spills Beans On Donald Trump’s Awful Dealmaking Skills.
“I never thought he was a great dealmaker, to be honest with you,” said Barbara Res, who was the Trump organization’s vice president in charge of construction. “In terms of taking the responsibility for the buck, he just would never do it. It’s not in his DNA. He’s never responsible. It is always someone else’s fault.” Source
Jan. 11, 2019
Trump said 'fuck' several times during a meeting with Nancy Pelosi.
A meeting between Trump and Democratic leaders on Friday included so many expletives that Trump reportedly apologized to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Source
Jan. 5, 2019
Trump claims support from past presidents for the wall: Clinton, Bush and Obama beg to differ.
Trump claimed without evidence on Friday that past presidents have privately confided to him that they regret not building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. But at least three of the four living U.S. presidents — Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama — did no such thing. Source
Jan. 5, 2019
Robert Reich: Trump ‘must be removed from
office’ with GOP help ‘as quickly as possible."

After Donald Trump’s first bizarre year, his apologists told us he was growing into the job and that in his second year he’d be more restrained and respectful of democratic institutions. Wrong. He’s been worse. Exhibit one: the “Wall.” After torpedoing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s temporary spending deal to avert a shutdown, he’s holding hostage over 800,000 government employees (“mostly Democrats,” he calls them, disparagingly) while subjecting the rest of America to untoward dangers. On-site inspections at power plants have been halted. Hazardous waste cleanup efforts at Superfund sites are on hold. Reviews of toxic substances and pesticides have been stopped. Justice Department cases are in limbo. Source
Jan. 2, 2019
Dying Harry Reid on Trump:
He’s Amoral, Has No Conscience.

Harry Reid, the former Senate Majority Leader who is suffering from pancreatic cancer, has given a rare interview in which he compares a “weird” President Trump unfavorably to mafia bosses who “are really good with what they do.” He told The New York Times: “Trump is an interesting person. He is not immoral but is amoral. Amoral is when you shoot someone in the head, it doesn’t make a difference. No conscience.” Source
Jan 2, 2019
The Trump Tax Cut: Even
Worse Than You’ve Heard.

The 2017 tax cut has received pretty bad press, and rightly so. Its proponents made big promises about soaring investment and wages, and also assured everyone that it would pay for itself; none of that has happened. Source
Jan 2, 2019
Former General Barry McCaffrey said "embarrassing and entirely inappropriate"
of Trump's visit with US troops in Iraq.

McCaffrey suggested that what was supposed to be a morale-boosting visit between troops and the commander in chief instead became a political affair. He also criticized one of Trump's lies about the military: the claim that US troops received their first pay raise "in more than 10 years" under his administration. The fact is the military has received raises each of the past 11 years. This year under Trump the raise was only 2.96%. Source
Dec. 28, 2018

Trump is spending the last few days of 2018 in signature fashion, with a series of unforced errors and comical pratfalls around the world, any one of which would have been a multi-week scandal for any previous president. The government is shut down over total nonsense, and Trump's attempt to visit the troops for a quick propaganda coup instantly became a head-shaking discussion about his awful operation security and pointless lies. It's worth remembering every now and then that Trump is horrible at being president. The basic tasks are as far beyond him as it would be for a parakeet attempting to operate the Large Hadron Collider. Let's review. The United States is on the seventh day of a government shutdown sparked by Trump demanding $5 billion for The Wall. As many, many experts have argued at tedious length, any border wall is all but pointless for achieving its stated objective. Walls are easy to get around, and actually building one would ruin the lives and properties of many law-abiding citizens, in addition to presenting huge logistical and legal barriers. Anyway, since 2007 most people who immigrate illegally overstay their visas instead of crossing the border. Source
Trump brags to troops about 10 percent
pay raise he didn't actually give them.

Donald Trump told American troops in Iraq that he had given them a 10 percent raise, and that it was their first pay hike in a decade — but he didn't, and it wasn't. Source
Dec. 27, 2018
Trump accidentally identifies secret Navy SEAL team in video post.
Trump accidentally identifies secret Navy SEAL team in video post 1:23 / 1:26 Shortly after his first visit to US troops stationed in a war zone, President Trump posted a video on Twitter that showed him posing for pictures with service members who appear to be from SEAL Team Five in Iraq — without shielding their faces. Source
Dec. 27, 2018
Cell signal puts Cohen outside Prague around
time of Russian meeting.

A mobile phone traced to Donald Trump’s former lawyer and “fixer” Michael Cohen briefly sent signals ricocheting off cell towers in the Prague area in late summer 2016, at the height of the presidential campaign, leaving an electronic record to support claims that Cohen met secretly there with Russian officials. During the same period, electronic eavesdropping by an Eastern European intelligence agency picked up a conversation among Russians, one of whom remarked that Cohen was in Prague. The phone and surveillance data lend new credence to a key part of a former British spy’s dossier of Kremlin intelligence describing purported coordination between Trump’s campaign and Russia’s election meddling operation. The dossier said Cohen and one or more Kremlin officials huddled in or around the Czech capital to plot ways to limit discovery of the close “liaison” between the Trump campaign and Russia. Source
Dec. 27, 2018
Trump implies to US troops they've been suckers to fight in US waged wars.
In past visits abroad the president has frequently admonished allies to be more committed to fights taking place in their own backyards. During the speech at al-Asad, Trump revisited that theme, saying that countries must sometimes pay a "monetary price" for the United States’ military involvement, "so we’re not the suckers of the world." Source
Dec. 26, 2018
Donald Trump Bone Spurs Diagnosis Was Favor From Doctor to Fred Trump.
Donald Trump was able to avoid military service in Vietnam because a podiatrist in Queens, New York, did a “favor” for his father and diagnosed 22-year-old Trump with bone spurs in his heels. The podiatrist, Larry Braunstein, died in 2007, but his daughters recently told The New York Times that their father frequently recalled coming to the aid of the Trump family during the Vietnam War in the late 1960s. “I know it was a favor,” said Elysa Braunstein, along with her sister, Sharon Kessel, in a report published on Wednesday. The two said that their father’s account implied that Trump did not have the foot ailment that kept him out of the war. Source
Dec. 26, 2018
Mexico Agrees to Pay for Trump’s Psychiatric Care.
Hoping to resolve the seemingly intractable conflict over immigration, Mexico surprised the world on Thursday by agreeing to pay for Trump’s psychiatric care. Speaking to reporters, the Mexican President, Enrique Peña Nieto, said that he had authorized funding for the psychiatry and proclaimed, “Work on Donald Trump could begin tomorrow.” Peña Nieto displayed several photographs showing prototypes of therapists, including a bearded Freudian analyst who he said came highly recommended. While some Mexican taxpayers argued that a full course of psychiatric treatment could prove more costly than a border wall, Peña Nieto warned against skimping on such a necessary expense. “When the safety and security of the world is at stake, eight hundred dollars an hour is a bargain,” he said, but added that Mexico would try to find a therapist who takes insurance. Source
Dec. 25, 2018
Trump saying he doesn’t know his top ISIS envoy ‘should scare the hell out of every American’
Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) is expressing concerns after President Trump tweeted that he did “not know” his top envoy in the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), Brett McGurk. “Uhhhh...you don’t know your own coordinator of the anti-ISIS campaign?” Murphy tweeted late Saturday. “Over the past 5 years, no one has done more to put ISIS on its heels than Brett. We all know and rely on him.” “The fact that our President has no clue who Brett is should scare the hell out of every American.” Source
Dec. 3, 2018
Trump Is a 'Terrible CEO' and his 'Decomposing' Presidency is
Running America 'Into the Ground,' Republican CNN Host Says

Conservative CNN Host S.E. Cupp has blasted President Donald Trump, pointing out that he’d be considered a failure as a CEO and arguing that his “presidency is decomposing before our very eyes.” Source
Dec. 23, 2018
Stephen Miller’s Spray-On Hair Distracts From His Terrible Policies Which Are Trash

Trump's toadie sports some hair in a can and social media was there to roast him. Source
Dec. 16, 2018
Trump Biographer: President’s Entire Campaign Was Likely a ‘Criminal Conspiracy’
Tim O’Brien—who penned a 2005 biography about Donald Trump—said Sunday that the emerging raft of legal documents reveal that Donald Trump's presidential campaign was likely a “criminal conspiracy" that commited "criminal acts." Source
Dec. 16, 2018
Congressman Adam Schiff wants to obtain Trump's Deutsche Bank records.
"The concern about Deutsche Bank is they have a history of laundering Russian money," Schiff said. Source
Dec. 16, 2018
Trump’s Chief of Staff Called Him ‘A Terrible Human Being’ Just Before He Was Elected President.

Mick Mulvaney, the Office of Management and Budget director who President Donald Trump tweeted Friday would serve as acting chief of staff after John Kelly departs in January, has been a loyal Trump supporter—but he didn’t always like him so much. Source
Dec. 14, 2018
$1 Billion a Month: The Cost of
Trump's Tariffs on Technology.

This means American consumers are paying more for goods and services!

The tariff costs rose more than seven-fold to $1.3 billion, as the world’s two biggest economies became embroiled in a trade war, according to data provided by the Consumer Technology Association and analyzed by consulting firm The Trade Partnership.
Dec. 15, 2018
Paul Manafort advised White House on how to attack and discredit investigation of President Trump.
Paul Manafort provided advice to the president and senior White House officials on the FBI’s Russia investigation during the earliest days of the Trump administration. He gave guidance on how to undermine and discredit the FBI’s inquiry into whether the president, his campaign aides, and family members conspired with the Russian Federation and its intelligence services to covertly defeat Hillary Clinton during the 2016 campaign presumably to avoid detection of collusion. Source
Dec. 14, 2018
Maria Butina’s boyfriend set up Trump-Russia NRA “conduit” as campaign funds flowed.

Admitted Russian spy Maria Butina’s Republican operative boyfriend wrote in private communications that he was involved in setting up a “very private line of communication” between Russia and the Trump campaign using the National Rifle Association as a “conduit.” Source
Dec. 12, 2018
Incoming New York attorney general plans wide-ranging investigations of Trump and family.
Just-elected Letitia James, who takes office next month, tells NBC she will probe real estate deals, Trump Tower meeting, emoluments, Trump Foundation and more. Source
Dec. 12, 2018
Adam Schiff: "Very real prospect" Trump could be indicted when he leaves office.

Incoming House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) said on CBS' "Face the Nation" Sunday that "there's a very real prospect" the Justice Department may indict President Trump the day he leaves office — calling him "the first president in quite some time to face the real prospect of jail time" — based on the sentencing memo for Michael Cohen submitted by federal prosecutors in New York. Source
Dec. 9, 2018
Rex Tillerson Lets Loose on Working For ‘Undisciplined’ Trump: He ‘Doesn’t Like to Read’

Tillerson said he never met Trump before he was offered the secretary of state job, and he found it “challenging” for them to work together since Trump is “a man who’s undisciplined, doesn’t like to read, doesn’t read briefing reports, doesn’t like to get into the details of a lot of things but rather says ‘this is what I believe.'” Source
Dec. 7, 2018
Every President Recited The Apostles’ Creed Except Trump.

People are calling out Trump for failing to recite the Apostles’ Creed at the funeral for former President George H. W. Bush on Wednesday. Footage from the event shows much of the church, including the former presidents seated with Trump, standing to recite the profession of faith. Trump and first lady Melania stood, but did not recite the creed, which was written in the program, nor did they sing the hymns. Given Trump’s widespread support among evangelical Christians, that led to plenty of criticism on social media. Source
Dec. 6, 2018
Trump Shifted $1.1Million of Campaign-
Donor Money Into His Business.

On the day Trump became president of the United States, he officially launched his 2020 reelection campaign. Donations poured in from more than 50,000 people across the country. But according to the latest federal filings, Trump still has not donated a penny of his own, while his businesses continued to charge the campaign for hotels, food, rent and legal consulting. That means the richest president in American history has turned $1.1 million from donors across the country into revenue for himself. Source
Dec. 6, 2018
Trump says his 'gut' is more
reliable than everyone else's brains.

The Washington Post yesterday asked Donald Trump why he's "skeptical" of his own administration's National Climate Assessment. "One of the problems that a lot of people like myself -- we have very high levels of intelligence, but we're not necessarily such believers," the president said. "You look at our air and our water, and it's right now at a record clean." This, of course, didn't make any sense -- I'm not at all sure what "a record clean" even means -- though Trump couldn't have cared less. Source
Dec. 3, 2018
Trump Greets Argentinian
President Mauricio Macri Then Promptly Walks Off Stage.

Trump continued to represent the U.S. on Saturday when he walked off stage during what was supposed to be a photo opportunity for him and other world leaders at the G20 summit. In video captured during this weekend’s summit in Argentina, Trump is seen strolling up to Argentinian President Mauricio Macri, shaking his hand briefly, then wandering away. Macri can be seen gesturing for Trump to return before an aide chased after the U.S. president to get his attention. Both presidents were scheduled to take photos together with other world leaders. Source
Dec. 2, 2018
Trump Jr.'s 2017 Testimony Conflicts With Cohen's Account
of Russian Talks.

Donald Trump Jr.'s testimony to Congress about his family's real estate negotiations with powerful Russians does not comport with the new version laid out by Donald Trump's ex-attorney Michael Cohen, official transcripts show. Trump Jr. told the Senate Judiciary Committee in September 2017 that although there had been negotiations surrounding a prospective Trump Tower in Moscow, they concluded without result "at the end" of 2014. "But not in 2015 or 2016?" Trump Jr. was asked. "Certainly not '16," he said. "There was never a definitive end to it. It just died of deal fatigue." Source
Nov. 30, 2018
Here are all the Trump bombshells that are hiding in plain sight:
Trump family’s taxes contain strong evidence of outright fraud
Trump's whole business was a fraud
Trump’s Panama hotel was a magnet for money laundering
Nov. 30, 2018
Michael Cohen Admits Talks for Trump Over Moscow Tower Occurred Well Into Campaign.
Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer and fixer, admitted in court on Thursday that he had engaged in negotiations to build a tower in Moscow for Mr. Trump well into the 2016 presidential campaign, far later than previously known. Mr. Cohen said he discussed the status of the project with Mr. Trump on more than three occasions and briefed Mr. Trump’s family members about it. He also admitted he agreed to travel to Russia for meetings on the project. Source
Nov. 29, 2018
US trade deficit rises despite Trump's tariffs.
Trump's tariffs were supposed to shrink America's trade deficit, but it has instead grown for five straight months and is on track to hit a record high before the end of the year. Source
Nov. 28, 2018
House Democrats to Probe Blocked Number
on Donald Trump Jr.’s Phone Records.

Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee plan to probe the phone records of Donald Trump Jr. to determine who he called on the night he planned the infamous June 2016 Trump Tower meeting. Source
Nov.27, 2018
Trump Says He’s Too Intelligent
To Believe In Climate Change.

Trump asserted that he had “very high levels of intelligence,” and as such, did not believe in the scientific consensus surrounding climate change. “One of the problems that a lot of people like myself, we have very high levels of intelligence but we’re not necessarily such believers.” Source
Nov. 28, 2018
Trump was just busted for hiding damning information from Congress to protect his Saudi cronies.
CIA director Gina Haspel has seen and heard the gruesome evidence. She went to Turkey and was given the proof collected by the Turkish government that Saudi Arabian Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered and dismembered by a team of Saudi assassins who flew to Istanbul specifically to carry out the plot. She heard the intercepted phone call back to Riyadh informing “the boss” that the deed was done. Yet, when the Senate receives a closed-door briefing on the killing that has implicated the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the ordering of the grisly slaying of his journalistic critic, Haspel will not be involved in giving the assembled Senators her first-hand account of the evidence she was presented with nor will she be able to defend the CIA’s conclusion that it was indeed the Crown Prince who was ultimately responsible for the politically motivated assassination — as nearly everyone in the world with the exception of President Trump and the Saudi king believes. Source
Nov. 27, 2018
Manafort held secret talks with
Assange in Ecuadorian embassy.

Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort held secret talks with Julian Assange inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, and visited around the time he joined Trump’s campaign. Manafort went to see Assange in 2013, 2015 and in spring 2016 – during the period when he was made a key figure in Trump’s push for the White House. Source
Nov. 27, 2018
GM warned Trump that his China tariffs would hurt jobs. Trump now complains that it's happening.
Trump is railing against General Motors' decision to close plants and ax up to 14,000 jobs, something his trade war helped trigger in the first place. Source
Nov. 27, 2018
Rep. Cummings: It's the law to let asylum seekers across the border.

The incoming chairman of a key oversight committee in the House of Representatives said Sunday that any attempt by President Donald Trump to keep migrants from claiming asylum in the U.S. would be unlawful. Source
Nov. 26, 2018
Deadly force against asylum seekers?
Trump may have hit a new low.

Trump’s decision to allow U.S. troops deployed at our southern border to use potentially deadly force against asylum seekers darkens the taint of cowardice and weakness that he has cast upon the American people. The world sees the contrast between certain European nations rescuing refugees from the waters of the Mediterranean, making space for hundreds of thousands of desperate families, and reaffirming the Christian, Jewish and Islamic values of mercy, charity and the sanctity of human life. Source
Nov. 25, 2018
Contradicting Trump, Incoming Mexico Gov’t Denies Making Deal To Host Asylum Seekers (Trump lied).

Trump suggested on Saturday that asylum seekers would be allowed to wait in Mexico while their claims are processed through the U.S. immigration system — but Mexico’s incoming government has denied making any such deal. Source
Nov. 25, 2018
Why House Democrats must vigorously investigate Trump:
* Did Trump attempt to obstruct justice during the Russia investigation?
* What is the rationale behind Trump's Saudi Arabia response to Jamal Khashoggi's brutal murder?
* Have there been conflicts of interest between Trump's business empire and his political decisions?
* Are cabinet officials violating ethics rules and using their positions for their own benefit?
* Is the appointment of Matthew Whitaker to be acting attorney general legal?

Nov. 23, 2018
Senate Dem on Armed Services panel: Trump lying about CIA report on Khashoggi.
The top Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee on Friday accused President Donald Trump of lying about the CIA's report that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman personally ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Trump said Thursday that the CIA "did not come to a conclusion" about the crown prince's involvement in the murder. "They have feelings certain ways, but they didn't -- I have the report," Trump said. When asked if the President was lying about the CIA's conclusion, Rhode Island Democratic Sen. Jack Reed said, "Yes. The CIA concluded that the crown prince of Saudi Arabia was directly involved in the assassination of Khashoggi." Source
Nov. 23, 2018
NY Supreme Court judge just ruled against Trump and his children in massive charity fraud case.
A New York Supreme Court judge has denied a motion by President Trump and his adult children to dismiss charges of breach of fiduciary duty, illegal electioneering, waste, and self-dealing by the Trump Foundation. Lawyers for the Trumps argued that a sitting president could not be sued, but Justice Saliann Scarpulla shot down the argument, sending the case to trial. Source
Nov. 23, 2018
Trump warns of 'bedlam, chaos, injury and death' if U.S. judges allowed to do their job.
Trump butted heads with Chief Justice John Roberts on Thursday over the US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit after a federal judge blocked Trump's move to restrict access to political asylum in the US for immigrants who enter the country illegally. Source
Nov. 22, 2018
John Dean: Trump Is Worse Than Nixon —‘This Is the...Stuff of a Banana Republic’

Former White House counsel John Dean—one of the central figures in the Watergate scandal of the 1970s—implied that President Donald Trump’s behavior in the White House was more extreme than that of disgraced former President Richard Nixon. Source
Nov. 21, 2018
Michelle Wolf Nails Trump After He Attacks Her on Twitter.

“So-called comedian Michelle Wolf bombed so badly last year at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner that this year, for the first time in decades, they will have an author instead of a comedian,” Trump wrote. Michelle Wolf shot back, “I bet you’d be on my side if I had killed a journalist.” Source
Nov. 21, 2018
Trump ‘afraid’ to visit troops in combat zone.

Trump has spoken privately about his fears over risks to his own life, according to a former senior White House official, who has discussed the issue with the president and spoke on the condition of anonymity to speak candidly about Trump’s concerns. “He’s never been interested in going,” the official said of Trump visiting troops in a combat zone, citing conversations with the president. “He’s afraid of those situations. He’s afraid people want to kill him.” Source
Nov. 20, 2018
Trump’s latest interview should make us
glad he’s mostly too lazy to govern.

Speaking to Fox News’s Chris Wallace in an interview that aired on Sunday, President Donald Trump explained that he didn’t manage to make it across the river to Arlington National Cemetery for a Veterans Day commemoration because “I was extremely busy on calls for the country, we did a lot of calling as you know.” Perhaps the strangest thing about it is that Trump pretended to be busy when his public schedule for the day was empty. Source
Nov. 19, 2018
Trump just disrespected the
grieving victims of the California wildfires with an insensitive remark.

Trump tells Fox News Sunday his forthcoming trip to California, where at least 66 people are dead and 600 others are missing, is “just to see the firefighters" Source
Nov. 19, 2018
Trump Suggests Not Raking Leaves Is Bigger Cause of California Wildfires Than Climate Change
Trump said that had the areas around the trees been raked out earlier, there would have been no fire burning. Source
Nov. 16, 2018

Trump Administration a ‘Shitshow in a Dumpster Fire’ Says George Conway
(Kellyanne's Husband)

Attorney George Conway described the Trump administration as a “shitshow in a dumpster fire” as a reason he did not take a post in the Justice Department last year. Conway, who is married to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, spoke to a group of conservative lawyers who came together to defend the Constitution. He also talked about why conservatives have looked the other way regarding some of President Donald Trump’s public statements and why he did not “feel comfortable being a Republican anymore.” Source
Nov. 16, 2018
Melania Trump racked up $174,000 in hotel bills for
a day trip to Toronto.

US first lady Melania Trump ran up a six-figure hotel bill for a one-day trip to Toronto last year, according to federal spending records. Government spending data show at least six separate Toronto hotel charges ranging from just under $12,000 to nearly $49,000 for a total of roughly $174,000. She did not spend the night. Source
Nov. 15, 2018
Trump accuses voters of wearing
disguises in latest conspiracy theory.

Like most unsubstantiated claims leveled by Trump, his allegations of fraud in the high-stakes recount in Florida’s Senate and gubernatorial elections started with a tweet. Shortly after polls closed on last week's midterm election, Trump warned of a “big corruption scandal” in Florida as officials struggled to tally votes in Broward County. Days later, he referenced “massively infected” ballots and accused Democrats of trying to “falsify” his 2016 win in the Sunshine State, without citing evidence. Trump doubled down on his assertions in an interview on Wednesday, suggesting that voters are using disguises to cast multiple ballots. Source
Nov. 15, 2018
Trump Becomes Twitter Laughingstock Over ‘Envy
Of The World’ Boast.

Trump on Thursday sought to stifle media reports that his administration is engulfed “in chaos” and “in meltdown” by claiming that the U.S. under his presidency was “the envy of the world.” A few examples: "Dude, how many times did Obama have to say ‘everything fine, nothing to see here.’ I will give you a hint. NEVER!" and "We aren’t the envy of anyone. We are a laughing stock. *side note.....they are laughing at you not with you." Source
Nov. 15, 2018
Churchill’s Grandson: Trump ‘Pathetic’
for Scrapping Cemetery Visit.

Trump was afraid his hair would get wet.

President Trump has called off a planned visit to a U.S. military cemetery outside Paris due to what the White House claims is “logistical difficulties caused by the weather.”
(i.e., Trump's hair might get wet).
Nov. 10, 2018
Denying Climate Change, Trump threatens to pull federal funding for California wildfires over 'gross mismanagement'
In an angry tweet, the president threatened to pull federal funding for the state if nothing is done to "remedy" the situation. Source
Nov. 10, 2018
Trump declares 'the blue wave is dead'
Trump insisted on Wednesday that the Democratic Party does not have the midterm momentum that its leaders have claimed, proclaiming that “the blue wave is dead.” Source
Nov. 1, 2018
Trump claims he can defy Constitution and end birthright citizenship.
Trump's vow to end the right to citizenship for the children of non-citizens and unauthorized immigrants born on US soil came in an interview with Axios released Tuesday. Such a step would be regarded as an affront to the US Constitution, which was amended 150 years ago to include the words: "All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States." Source
Oct. 30, 2018
Report: Trump Barely Works at All.
Early this year, Axios obtained a schedule of President Trump’s activities, revealing hour after hour of “Executive Time” — which means, mostly, binge-watching cable television news and tweeting. Politico has obtained another weekly Trump schedule, and if anything, it appears to contain even less actual work. Tuesday’s schedule featured nine hours of “Executive Time” and just over three hours of work. Other days on the schedule were only slightly busier. Trump had no meetings or commitments before 11 a.m. on any day of the week. Every day included long blocks of unstructured screen time. Source
Oct. 29, 2018
Trump Lies About Sept. 11 to
Justify Holding Campaign Rally
After Synagogue Shooting.

Trump flat out lied Saturday evening to justify moving forward with a campaign rally mere hours after 11 people were shot to death in a Pittsburgh synagogue. Trump said that the New York Stock Exchange reopened the day after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, when in reality it took several days for the markets to reopen. Source
Oct. 28, 2018
Carl Bernstein says Trump
uses 'lying and untruth as
a basic method'

In a speech on Saturday Trump invented nonexistent riots in California and a nonexistent Democratic policy of giving luxury cars to unauthorized immigrants. Afterward, he touted a nonexistent plan to pass a major tax cut in the next 10 days. Trump claimed that "we are looking at putting in a very major tax cut for middle-income people. And if we do that it'll be sometime just prior to November." A new middle class tax cut?! Congress is not even in session! Source
Oct. 22, 2018
Trump (the idiot) suggests 'Rogue Killers' May Have Murdered Saudi Journalist.
Just the suggestion that rogue killers would have been running around inside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul is beyond stupid -- even for Trump. Source
Oct. 15, 2018
The Dumbest Moments From
Trump’s 60 Minutes Interview:

He questioned the credibility of climate scientists;
He heaped praise on Kim Jong-un;
He defended his mockery of Christine Blasey Ford; and
He insisted, twice, that he’s “not a baby”
Oct. 15, 2018
You or Your Dog Can Now Pee All Over Trump Thanks to These Statues.
They're set up all across Brooklyn, just asking for a golden shower. Source
Oct. 11, 2018
Trump Mocked Christine Blasey Ford.
He said: "How did you get home? I don’t remember. How did you get there? I don’t remember. Where is the place? I don’t remember. How many years ago was it? I don’t know. I don't know. I don't know. What neighborhood was it in? I don't know. Where's the house? I don't know. Upstairs, downstairs — where was it? I don't know — but I had one beer. That's the only thing I remember." Source
Oct. 8, 2018
UN General Assembly Laughs
in Trump’s Face
When He
Touts His Administration.

When President Trump on Tuesday declared before the United Nations General Assembly that his administration has accomplished more than “almost any” other administration in U.S. history, the audience of dignitaries and world leaders broke out in audible laughter. Source
Sept. 25, 2018
Donald Trump bragged about himself to the United Nations.
The UN laughed.
Sept. 25, 2018
LeBron James on Trump's insulting tweet: 'What bothers me is that he has time to even do that'
LeBron James didn't publicly respond after President Donald Trump sparked controversy when he questioned James' intelligence in August. But now more than a month later, the Lakers star is opening up about the insulting tweet. Source
Sept. 21, 2018
President Trump tells storm victims to 'have a good time' and casually asks about area where he owns golf course while visiting Carolinas.
President Trump didn’t toss paper towels into a crowd, but he did tell victims of Hurricane Florence on Wednesday to “have a good time” after asking officials about an area of North Carolina where he owns a golf course. Source
Sept. 19, 2018
John Kerry Tears Into Trump With ‘8-Year-Old Boy’ And ‘Teenage Girl’ Taunts.
“Unfortunately, we have a president, literally, for whom the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth is three different things, and you don’t even know what they are,” said Kerry. “He’s got the maturity of an eight-year-old boy with the insecurity of a teenage girl. That’s just who he is.” Source
Sept. 15. 2018
Paul McCartney Takes Aim At Donald Trump: ‘We’ve Got A
Mad Captain Sailing This Boat’

Legendary Beatle Paul McCartney has revealed he had climate-change deniers such as President Donald Trump in mind when writing one particular song on his new solo album, “Egypt Station.” The track, titled “Despite Repeated Warnings,” contains lyrics such as “despite repeated warnings of dangers up ahead, the captain won’t be listening to what’s been said,” and “those who shout the loudest, may not always be the smartest.” Source
Sept. 15, 2018
Trump's approval rating sinks
to lowest of his presidency.

Donald Trump has slumped to the lowest approval rating of his presidency, with 60% disapproving of his performance as the US president, according to a new national survey. Source
Aug. 31, 2018
Trump Misquotes Approval Rating, Cites Disapproval Rating.
President Donald Trump attempted to brag about his approval rating on Twitter on Sunday night but instead misquoted the percentage and touted his disapproval rating. “Over 90% approval rating for your all time favorite (I hope) President within the Republican Party and 52% overall,” Trump wrote in the tweet. However, the poll by The Wall Street Journal and NBC News that Trump appears to be citing indicates that the president’s overall approval rating is 44 percent. The 52 percent figure is the portion of registered voters who disapprove of him. Source
Aug. 27 2018
This Photo Of President Trump Coloring An American Flag Has People Asking If He Knows What The Flag Looks Like.
Aug. 27, 2018
Veterans Group Calls Out Trump’s ‘Outrageous’ Response To John McCain’s Death.
AMVETS, one of the country’s largest veterans organizations, blasted President Donald Trump on Monday over his lackluster response to the recent death of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). Source
Aug. 27, 2018
Trump's failures on McCain show his true self.
Though the White House had drafted a statement on the death of John McCain, it was not released. Instead, President Donald Trump tweeted "sympathies and respect" to the family, saying nothing of the contributions of the widely esteemed senator. Nothing could tell us more about the character of the petty man in the White House than his weekend display. As tributes filled the news media -- many from McCain's political opponents -- Trump showed he lacks the common decency required of his office. After years devoted to dividing the country, he could not play the role of political healer, even to honor a man from his own party. Source
Aug. 27, 2019
Trump scrapped official statement praising Sen. John McCain.
Trump reportedly rejected sending out a statement praising Sen. John McCain, opting instead to write a short tweet. The statement would have commended the Arizona Republican for his military service and his decades in the Senate. It also would have called him a "hero." Source
Aug. 27, 2018
Trump has turned the entire world against the U.S. in less than two years.
One thing is clear in the Trump era: the world will not turn out to be the American president’s playground. His ultra-unilateralist, rejectionist policies on trade, the Iran denuclearization agreement, the costs of defense, and climate change are already creating an incipient anti-Trump movement globally (and in the United States as well). To a remarkable degree, the countries he has targeted are banding together to oppose him and his policies. Source
Aug. 25, 2018
Trump Accuses California Of Causing Wildfires By ‘Diverting’ Water To Pacific.
As California wildfires claimed their seventh victim, Donald Trump finally weighed in on the tragedy with one of his most confounding tweets ever, blaming California for the blazes because it “diverts” water to the Pacific Ocean. He also blamed the state’s “bad environmental laws” — the most protective in the nation — and trees. He called for a “tree clear to stop fire spreading.” He failed to express condolences to the families of the victims, thank firefighters, or offer comfort to Californians afraid for their lives, homes and communities. Source
Aug. 6, 2018
Trump is twisting himself in knots trying to explain the Trump Tower meeting.
This was a meeting to get information on an opponent, totally legal and done all the time in politics - and it went nowhere. I did not know about it!" And Trump's lawyers grimace.Source
Aug. 5, 2018
Judge rules DACA must be restored.
A federal judge upheld his order that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program should be fully restored. DC District Judge John Bates said the Trump administration has failed to justify its proposal to end DACA, the Obama-era program that has protected from deportation nearly 800,000 young undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children. Source
Aug. 4, 2018
Why Russian officials were gleeful at Trump's diplomatic train wreck.
The Helsinki meeting between Trump and Putin and resulting news conference was a diplomatic train wreck of epic proportions, a propaganda victory for Putin that began even before they sat down. Source
July 16, 2018
Scottish newspaper denounces Trump as an ‘appalling human being’
A newspaper in Scotland issued a scathing editorial on Friday denouncing President Trump during his visit to the United Kingdom and labeling him an “appalling human being.” Trump is “a racist, a serial liar, and either a sexual abuser or someone who falsely brags about being one in the apparent belief that this will impress other men in a metaphorical 'locker room,’” The Scotsman wrote. Source
July 13, 2018
Trump says the 20-foot-tall angry-baby blimp flying in London makes him feel unwelcome. Source
July 12, 2018
Kim really fleeced
Trump in nuke talks.

"Vladimir Putin has to be licking his chops at this point because he’s seen the way that Kim Jong Un — this young, untested dictator — has really fleeced Donald Trump,” Conservative columnist Max Boot said. Source
July 9, 2018
Trump is clueless about the global market.

With his tariff war threats, attacks on free trade agreements and more recent lambasting of the American motorcycle-maker Harley-Davidson, Trump has affirmed what many experts feared as he ran for president: He really doesn't know how companies function in a global market. Source
June 29, 2018
Trump tells officials he
wants to withdraw US from World Trade Organization.

“'We always get fucked by them. I don’t know why we’re in it. The WTO is designed by the rest of the world to screw the United States." Trump said. "It would totally screw us as a country” one source told a news outlet. Source
June 29, 2018
The Trump Administration
Had No Intention of Reuniting Separated Families.

There’s also no plan to do so now. At least 2,300 children were taken from their parents. Source
June 25, 2018
Reuniting immigrant children separated at the border with family may be impossible.

The government has no coherent plan to get immigrant kids back to their families. And it only becomes more difficult if the parent is deported. Source
June 21, 2018
Stephen Miller Actually Enjoys Seeing Those Pictures at the Border.
White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller has all but become the face of the issue, a development that even supporters of Trump’s “zero-tolerance” position say is damaging the White House. “Stephen actually enjoys seeing those pictures at the border,” an outside White House adviser said. “He’s a twisted guy, the way he was raised and picked on. There’s always been a way he’s gone about this. He’s Waffen-SS.” Source
June 20, 2018
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly has given up completely on guiding Trump -- even if it leads to his impeachment.
Kelly is on the outs with President Trump yet again, with their relationship so strained the two are “barely tolerating one another. Source
June 20, 2018
Australians trust Chinese President Xi Jinping more than Donald Trump.
The 2018 Lowy Institute Poll, an annual survey of Australian views on foreign policy published by an independent think tank, showed that a mere 30% of Australians had confidence in Trump "to do the right thing regarding world affairs," as opposed to 43% feeling confident in Xi. Source
June 20, 2018
John Kelly No Longer Cares
if Trump Gets Impeached.

President Trump’s chief of staff has reportedly become so demoralized amid mounting White House scandals that he no longer cares if the president gets impeached. Source
June 19, 2018
Trump busted lying about Germany —
and his unpopularity only helps Angela Merkel.

Donald Trump on Monday made clearly false claims about Germany — which will likely only buttress support for Chancellor Angela Merkel. Trump made three claims about Germany. Trump made three claims about Germany: Read more
June 19, 2018
Headline Quote: "Kirstjen Nielsen Is So Fucking Full of Shit."

After a day-long horror show of stories, images, and audio—including of young undocumented children crying out for their parents as a Border Patrol agent mocked them—coming out of the centers where thousands of kids are detained, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen came to the White House briefing room podium smiling before telling lie after lie after lie. Source
June 18, 2018
American Academy of Pediatrics accuses Trump of child abuse.
The president of the American Academy of Pediatrics on Monday said President Trump's “zero tolerance” policy separating families at the U.S.-Mexico border “amounts to child abuse.” Dr. Colleen Kraft in an appearance on CNN described the many ways Trump’s policy emotionally harms children and laid out in detail what she witnessed when she toured an immigration detention center. Source
June 18, 2018
Trump whines that Democrats aren’t paying ransom after he took immigrant kids hostage.
Donald Trump lashed out at Congressional Democrats, whom he once again falsely blamed for his own administration’s immigration policies. “Why don’t the Democrats give us the votes to fix the world’s worst immigration laws?” Trump asked. “Where is the outcry for the killings and crime being caused by gangs and thugs, including MS-13, coming into our country illegally?” Source
June 18, 2018
Laura Bush blasts Trump migrant policy as 'cruel' and 'immoral'
Former first lady Laura Bush tore into the Trump administration for separating migrant families at the border, calling the “zero tolerance” policy “cruel” and “immoral.” Bush penned an op-ed for the Washington Post, which was published Sunday night as public outcry over the hundreds of children in detention centers intensified. “I live in a border state,” Bush wrote. “I appreciate the need to enforce and protect our international boundaries, but this zero-tolerance policy is cruel. It is immoral. And it breaks my heart.” Source
June 18, 2018
2,000 children separated from parents in six weeks under Trump policy.
Almost 2,000 children have been separated from their families at the US southern border over a six-week period during a crackdown on illegal entries, according to Department of Homeland Security figures. Source
June 17, 2018
Americans favor Trudeau over Trump on trade policy.
More Americans see themselves aligned with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau than President Trump in the two leaders' conflict over trade policy, a new poll finds. A Global News/Ipsos poll released Saturday finds that Trudeau enjoys a 20-point advantage over the U.S. president among Americans when it comes to which leader respondents think is better handling the discussions over tariffs and other trade issues. Fifty-seven percent of U.S. respondents told the poll they support Trudeau's actions, compared to just 37 percent who said the same for Trump. Source
.June 16, 2018
Canadians say they will avoid U.S. goods.

Seventy percent of Canadians say they will start looking for ways to avoid buying U.S.-made goods in a threat to ratchet up a trade dispute between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump. Source
June 16, 2018
Trump says he won't sign GOP immigration bill that would stop separating families at border.Source
June 15, 2018
We Are in a Linguistic Emergency When It Comes to Trump.
In the wake of the horrors currently being done to children in America’s name, here’s one thing we can do: Recognize we’re in a linguistic emergency. We have a president whose single-minded praise for macho might is wearing down even those who refuse to overlook his incompetence. Trump, the only presidential candidate to refer to his penis size during a national debate, wants nothing more than to be seen as powerful and manly, and to align himself with those who project the characteristics he desires. Source
June 14, 2018
The Art of the Deal? Obama’s With Iran Was Much Better Than Trump’s With North Korea.
One was the result of 12 years of painstaking negotiations over two U.S. presidential administrations and three changes of government on the other side, with the U.N. Security Council, the International Atomic Energy Agency, and leaders from the capitals of half a dozen countries actively involved. The other was hammered out by two beefy guys with bad hair during the equivalent of a long layover in Singapore. Source
June 12, 2018
Trump accidentally tells the truth.
During a news conference in Singapore following the signing of his agreement with Kim Jong Un, President Trump was repeatedly pressed about how he can be sure North Korea is serious about denuclearizing, given that the agreement doesn’t include any verification provisions. I may be wrong,” Trump said. “I may stand before you in six months and say, ‘hey, I was wrong.’ I don’t know that I’ll admit that but I’ll find some kind of an excuse.” Source
June 12, 2018
Texas paper tears apart ‘abysmally ignorant’ Trump over his bizarre claims about Hurricane Harvey.
The Houston Chronicle’s editorial board slammed Donald Trump for his “abysmally ignorant” response to last year’s hurricane season, pointing to the president’s claim last week that up to “sixteen thousand people … went out in their boats to watch” Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Trump said "TThousands of heedless Houstonians were out pleasure-boating during that fateful Hurricane Harvey weekend and had to be rescued by U.S. Coast Guard sailors.” Source
June 12, 2018
States that supported Trump would get hit hardest in a Canada trade war.
Voters who supported President Donald Trump in 2016 can be expected to cheer his tough stance on trade policy with Canada. A review of state-level trade data, though, may give many of them second thoughts. Source
June 11, 2018
Canada parliament condemns U.S. attack on Trudeau, the country simmers.
Canada’s House of Commons on Monday unanimously condemned the personal attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by U.S. President Donald Trump and his surrogates as the famously polite nation simmered over the weekend broadsides by its U.S. ally. Source
June 11, 2018
‘Fox & Friends’ Calls North Korea Summit A Meeting Of ‘Two Dictators
“Fox & Friends” co-host Abby Huntsman seemed to slip up Sunday while discussing the upcoming summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, calling it a meeting of “two dictators.” Source
June 10, 2018
John Kelly called White House 'miserable place to work'
White House chief of staff John Kelly, burned out by his job, is reportedly questioning how long he can remain in the post. The chief of staff told a group of senators last week that the White House is “a miserable place to work.” Source
June 10, 2018
A war of words has erupted between the US and its G7 allies.
Donald Trump lashed out at Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, accusing him of engaging in "bad faith diplomacy." Mr Trump retracted his endorsement of the G7's joint communique - drawing a strong rebuke from France and Germany. Source
June 10, 2018
Trump Shocks Allies With Tweets Insulting Trudeau, Backing Out of G-7 Statement.
Donald Trump left the G-7 summit early to go to Singapore but he still managed to turn the proceedings into a chaotic mess without his presence with a pair of tweets that insulted the leader of one of the strongest U.S. allies and said his administration would not endorse the final statement of the two-day meeting. Trump tweeted aboard Air Force One that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is “dishonest & weak” and that his administration would look at imposing tariffs on cars that are “flooding the U.S. market.” Source
June 8, 2018

German Chancellor Merkel's stare down photo sums up Trump's time at G-7

Trump hits the world stage at G7 Summit, Day 1: Come late, leave early, offend host, alienate allies.
President seems bent on taking a hammer to the whole process. Source
June 9, 2018
Trump Talked About Everything But Puerto Rico Deaths In FEMA Meeting.
Leaked audio shows Trump barely mentioned hurricanes. While speaking to the cameras for about 15 minutes, Trump briefly mentioned Puerto Rico and states hit by disasters, but didn’t address the recent Harvard study that estimated nearly 5,000 deaths on the island may be linked to Maria. The government’s official death toll from the storm was 64. Source
June 7, 2018
Going Back on His Campaign Promise, Trump Wants to Ditch Preexisting Condition Protections.

The Trump administration declared Obamacare’s protections for people with preexisting conditions unconstitutional on Thursday—thanks to the tax bill passed by congressional Republicans and signed into law by President Donald Trump in December. Source
June 8, 2018
Trump bungled his way through the lyrics to 'God Bless America'

Donald Trump, the president, either does not know or does not care about the lyrics to "God Bless America." Watch it here: Source
June 5, 2018
Trump invokes War of 1812 in testy call with Trudeau over tariffs.
Trump quipped to Trudeau, "Didn't you guys burn down the White House?" referring to the War of 1812. The problem with Trump's comments to Trudeau is that British troops burned down the White House during the War of 1812. Historians note the British attack on Washington was in retaliation for the American attack on York, Ontario, in territory that eventually became Canada, which was then a British colony. Source
June 6, 2018
Poverty in the United States is extensive and is deepening under the Trump administration whose policies seem aimed at removing the safety net from millions of poor, while rewarding the rich. Source
June 2, 2018
Mother of School-Shooting Victim: Meeting Trump Was ‘Like Talking to a Toddler
Rhonda Hart, whose daughter was one of ten people killed at Santa Fe High School, was among the two dozen people to meet with President Trump. Hart said that Trump did not impress her during their interaction, and repeatedly referred to 17-year-old suspected shooter Dimitrios Pagourtzis as “wacky.” Source
June 1, 2018
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called President Donald Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminum “totally unacceptable” and suggested that the move is a turning point in the longtime relationship between the two neighboring allies. Source
May 31, 2018
Nearly 11,000 migrant children are in U.S. government custody without their parents. Source
May 31, 2018

Puerto Rico will be an enduring stain on Trump's presidency.

Trump said only 16 lives were lost in Puerto Rico. The actual number is over 4,600. Source
May, 30, 2018
Trump Unbelievably Rips Dems For Immigrant Kids Being Separated From Parents.
Donald Trump has bashed the Democrats for a hugely controversial policy created by his own administration: separating undocumented immigrant children from their parents. Source
May 27, 2018
Naval Academy Graduates point out the personal cowardice, narcissism and incompetency of the current president. Source
May 26, 2018
Trump Is Trying to Make it Legal to Shoot Hibernating Bear Cubs.
And wolf and coyote pups in their dens. Source
May 23, 2018
The US has had 57 times as many school shootings as the other major industrialized nations combined.
Trump and Republican Congress Continue to do Nothing.
May 22, 2018
There Is Only One Trump Scandal: the corruption of the American government by the president and his associates, who are using their official power for personal and financial gain rather than for the welfare of the American people, and their attempts to shield that corruption from political consequences, public scrutiny, or legal accountability. Source
May 21, 2018
Trump Misspells Melania’s Name In Welcome Home Tweet.
Trump referred to his wife as “Melanie” instead of Melania, as in “Melanie is doing and feeling really well” after treatment for a kidney condition. Source
May 19, 2018
Trump has pushed postmaster general to double Amazon's shipping rates.
If the rates were doubled, it would cost Amazon and private shippers billions, which would likely be passed on in the form of higher prices for shoppers. Source
May 18, 2018

Bill Gates: Trump Is Even Dumber Than You Thought.

As the past 35 months have made painfully clear, Donald Trump is not a particularly smart man as demonstrated by his following statements:
(1) “We just got back from the Middle East,” he told a room full of Israelis, upon arriving in Jerusalem from Saudi Arabia last May. (2) That same month, he asked editors from The Economist if they had ever heard of the phrase “priming the pump,” which is basically like asking a bunch of auto mechanics if they’re familiar with “steering wheels.” (3) He called his national security adviser in the middle of the night to find out if he should want a strong dollar or a weak one. Source
May 18, 2018

Just 13 percent of Americans consider Trump honest and trustworthy.

Only thirteen percent of Americans said they would consider President Trump to be honest and trustworthy, according to a new Survey Monkey tracking poll. Trump's honesty and trustworthiness score is down 3 points from when Survey Monkey started conducting the tracking polls in February of 2017. Source
May 17, 2018

Former Vice President Joe Biden on Friday said decency in the Trump administration "hit rock bottom" after comments surfaced from a White House aide shrugging off Sen. John McCain's opposition to the CIA director nominee because "he's dying anyway." Source
May 11, 2018
May 10, 2018
Former CIA Chief John Brennan:
Trump’s ‘Madness Is A Danger To Our National Security’

Donald Trump simultaneously lied about the Iranian nuclear deal, undermined global confidence in US commitments, alienated our closest allies, strengthened Iranian hawks, & gave North Korea more reason to keep its nukes. Source
May 9, 2018
Trump admits he lied about Stormy Daniels.
President Donald Trump is shifting his story about the Stormy Daniels controversy following the revelation by his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, that the President reimbursed a payment to the adult film actress by Michael Cohen. Source
May 3, 2018
Trump tweets about obstruction of justice, doesn’t understand criminal law.
Maybe he should talk to a lawyer before he mouths off? Trump’s latest tweet reveals that he has no understanding of how the criminal law works, or what sort of actions constitute obstruction of justice. Source
May 1, 2018
Chief of Staff John Kelly calls Trump 'idiot' say White House staffers.
Kelly portrays himself to Trump administration aides as the lone bulwark against catastrophe, curbing the erratic urges of a president who has a questionable grasp on policy issues and the functions of government. He has referred to Trump as "an idiot" multiple times to underscore his point, according to four officials who say they've witnessed the comments. Source
April 30, 2018
April 30, 2018
Trump Administration has caused U.S. to drop to 45 in ranking of countries based on freedom of the press.
The report calls out Trump as a ‘media-bashing enthusiast.’ The survey ranked 180 countries based on factors such as pluralism, media independence, media environment and self-censorship, legislative framework, transparency, and the quality of the infrastructure that supports the production of news and information. Source
April 27, 2018
Trump's answer on Russian collusion is a real doozy!
Trump was asked about the recently-released House Intelligence Committee report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Here's his answer: "We were honored. It was a great report, no collusion, which I knew anyway, no coordination, no nothing. It's a witch hunt, that's all it is. There was no collusion with Russia, you can believe this one. But the report was very powerful, very strong, there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian people. Cause I've said many times before, I've always said there was no collusion, but I've also said there has been nobody tougher on Russia than me. With that all being said, if we can get along with Russia, that's a good thing, not a bad thing, but there has been nobody tougher on Russia than me." Source
April 27, 2018
April 27, 2018
April 25, 2018
April 24, 2018
Flight Records Disprove Trump’s Claim About ‘Pee Tape’ Weekend Whereabouts.
President Donald Trump reportedly told former FBI Director James Comey — twice — that he didn’t spend a single night in Moscow when the infamous “pee tape” was allegedly made. But Bloomberg and Politico have obtained flight records for Trump’s jet that indicate he actually spent two nights in the Russian capital when he traveled there for the Miss Universe Pageant in 2013. Source
April 23, 2018
Russia Says It Told U.S. Where in Syria It Was Allowed to Bomb -- Again Showing Trump's Collusion With Putin.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has claimed that Moscow dictated where U.S., British and French forces were allowed to attack in the weekend's air strikes on suspected Syrian chemical weapons facilities. Source
April 20, 2018
Trump: ‘Human Trafficking Is Worse Than It’s Ever Been In The History Of The World’
(apparently not knowing about the 10+ million slaves centuries ago).
April 19, 2018
Russia Is Laughing At Trump.
Former Ambassador to Ex-Soviet Union Says: "Trump seems to think that if he accepts what his advisers recommend on even days of the month and rejects their recommendations on odd days, the result will be a strategy." Source
April 17, 2018

April 17, 2018
White House Admits Comey Swung the Election to Trump.
“This guy swung an election,” Conway told George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America. Source
April 16, 2018
Trump's personal lawyer paid off “Romanian hackers” who had been targeting the Clinton campaign.
Michael Cohen’s visiting Prague is a huge development in the Russia investigation. Source
April 14, 2018
Americans find Comey more trustworthy than Trump.
Americans trust former FBI Director James Comey more than President Trump, according to a new poll. Respondents to an ABC News-Washington Post poll taken April 8-11 said that Comey is “more believable” than Trump by a 48-32 margin. Source
April 13, 2018
Trump creates task force to examine US Postal Service.
Presumably, the "Election Fraud Taskforce" will be reassigned to this effort. Source
April 13, 2018
Trump Wanted Wife And Children Killed Too!
Trump asked CIA official why drone strike didn’t also kill target’s family. Source
April 6, 2018
April 5, 2018
Perhaps community college could have taught Trump that "dummys"
is correctly spelled as "dummies."
April 5, 2018
Trump clueless about community colleges.
"I don't know what that means, a community college," Trump told a crowd in Richfield, Ohio. "Call it vocational and technical. People know what that means. They don't know what a community college means." Source
April 5, 2018
Trump's trade war will cost over 190,000 U.S. jobs.
In addition to the multi-day bloodbath on Wall Street, the U.S.-China tariffs war will cost over 190,000 American jobs and shave GDP growth from the economy, projects Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics. Source
April 4, 2018
Trump is confused about how to reference the White House.
In his Easter Sunday speech he said: "this incredible house or building or whatever you want to call it, because there really is no name for it." Source
April 3, 2018
Trump's ignorance about DACA is stunning.
Let's remember, Trump was the one who ended DACA, the program that allowed roughly 800,000 young people brought here illegally as children, known as the Dreamers, to live and work openly. Yesterday Trump said "Border Patrol Agents are not allowed to properly do their job at the Border because of ridiculous liberal (Democrat) laws like Catch & Release. NO MORE DACA DEAL!" Source
April 2, 2018
Is Trump The Worst President In History?
America has had its share of crooks, bigots and incompetents. But never before Donald Trump have we had a president who combined all these nefarious qualities. Source
April 2, 2018
April 2, 2018
501 Days in Swampland.
More than at any time in history, the president of the United States is actively using the power and prestige of his office to line his own pockets: landing loans for his businesses, steering wealthy buyers to his condos, securing cheap foreign labor for his resorts, preserving federal subsidies for his housing projects, easing regulations on his golf courses, licensing his name to overseas projects, even peddling coffee mugs and shot glasses bearing the presidential seal. Source
April 2, 2018
Trump's Claim: Post Office loses money on Amazon deliveries.

Fact: Post Office makes profit on Amazon deliveries.
April 1, 2018
Donald Trump Doesn’t Know What The Post Office Does.
The president slammed Amazon for using the USPS as a “Delivery Boy.” Source
March 30, 2018
30 ethics complaints against Trump.
Public Citizen filed complaints with the White House Office of Management and Budget, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the departments of Defense, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Transportation, Health and Human Services, Commerce and Interior. Source
March 26, 2018
March 25, 2018
Trump summoned in a lawsuit. He's violating the Constitution.
President Donald Trump was issued a summons in a lawsuit filed by the attorneys general for both Maryland and Washington, DC, alleging he is violating the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution. Source
March 22, 2018
Idiot Trump flubbed the name of Lockheed Martin's CEO, calling her 'Marillyn Lockheed' instead of Marillyn Hewson.
Our idiot President mangled the name of a top defense executive while announcing Thursday that the US would soon impose tariffs on imported Chinese goods. Source
March 22, 2018
Trump subjected to trifecta of sex-scandal lawsuits.
The president is at the center of litigation in two states related to allegations of affairs or harassment. As a candidate, Donald Trump vowed to sue the slew of women accusing him of sexual misconduct. That never happened. Source
March 20, 2018
Trump Warned “DO NOT CONGRATULATE” Putin on Election Win. It Didn’t Stop Him.
Because Putin likely holds something serious over Trump's head, the president felt compelled to call the Russian president. Source
March 20, 2018
Trump fails as CEO!
CEOs of private corporations produce big returns for their stockholders when they behave with integrity. CEO’s fail their stockholders when they behave as Trump behaves. Source
March 19, 2018
March 18, 2018
March 16, 2018
6 more women claim sexual relationships with Trump.
The lawyer representing the porn star Stormy Daniels says six additional women have come forward alleging sexual relationships with President Donald Trump -- including some he says who also claim to have nondisclosure agreements. Source
March 16, 2018
Vanessa Trump called Trump Jr. ‘the one with the retarded dad’
This seems like a good time to remember the beautiful moment that Vanessa Trump met Donald Trump Jr., after which she referred to the scion as “the one with the retarded dad.” Source
March 15, 2018
Trump says he made up trade claims in meeting with Trudeau.
(In other words, he admitted he lied to a world leader and friend of the U.S.)

President Donald Trump boasted at a private fundraiser Wednesday of making up trade claims during a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau before knowing whether they were true. Source
March 15, 2018
Trump's Choice: Feed Every Homeless Veteran Or Have A Military Parade. He Chooses A Parade! Source
March 11, 2018

Trump Calls NBC’s Chuck Todd A Son Of A Bitch In Pittsburgh Rally Meltdown

Trump was ranting about the media during his rally in Pittsburgh when he called NBC’s Chuck Todd a son of a bitch in a moment of total meltdown. Trump said, “Did you ever see the story where it is 1999; I’m on Meet The Press a show now headed by sleepy eyes chuck Todd. He is a sleeping son of a bitch, I’ll tell you. And they showed it this morning. 1999. And I’m talking about North Korea. You got to take them out now.

Trump’s attack on Chuck Todd came out of nowhere, and was the largest indication yet that the president hates anyone who criticizes him. If you are not on Fox News and kissing Trump’s ring, you are an enemy. Todd has been calling out Trump’s failing administration with facts on a nearly daily basis on his MSNBC show MTP Daily.

Trump is now using his platform as president to attack members of the free press for reporting facts. No matter how you feel about Chuck Todd’s work, no journalist deserves to be attacked at a presidential rally.
March 10, 2018

March 8, 2018
Trump Vetoed Dark-Skinned Women If There Were ‘Too Many’ at Miss Universe Pageants.
Two former Miss Universe staffers said that Trump would exercise a personal veto over beauty entrants if he thought there were too many dark-skinned women. “If there were too many women of color, he would make changes,” said the anonymous staffer. Another added: “He had a particular type of woman he thought was a winner. Others were too ethnic,” and said Trump would also veto women “who had snubbed his advances.” Source
March 8, 2018

Trump has been asking witnesses what they told Mueller — and it adds to a growing obstruction case against Trump.

President Donald Trump has had at least two conversations in recent months with key witnesses in the Russia investigation, during which he asked them about matters they discussed with the special counsel Robert Mueller. Asking witnesses about matters related to Mueller's inquiry would add yet another piece of evidence to the special counsel's growing arsenal in the obstruction case. Source
March 8, 2018
Stormy Daniels sues Trump, says ‘hush agreement’ invalid because he never signed.
The "hush agreement," as it's called in the suit, refers to Trump throughout as David Dennison, and Clifford as Peggy Peterson. In the side letter agreement, the true identity of DD is blacked out, but Clifford's attorney, Michael Avenatti, says the individual is Trump. See the lawsuit here. Source
March 6, 2018
Trump Reverses Promise To Ban Elephant Hunt Trophies.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has quietly begun allowing more trophy hunting of African elephants, despite President Donald Trump’s pledge last year to uphold a ban on importing parts of animals killed by big-game hunters. Source
March 6, 2018

Trump is implicated in his attorney’s Stormy Daniels payment for the first time

The headline on the Wall Street Journal’s latest Stormy Daniels scoop is that Trump attorney Michael Cohen’s $130,000 payment to the porn star set off red flags and was reported to the Treasury Department. The Journal is also reporting that Cohen couldn’t get a hold of Trump late in the process and that he later complained that Trump hadn’t reimbursed him for the payment to Daniels. Mr. Cohen said he missed two deadlines earlier that month to make the $130,000 payment to Ms. Daniels because he couldn’t reach Mr. Trump in the hectic final days of the presidential campaign, the person said. Ms. Daniels was owed the money in return for signing an agreement that bars her from discussing an alleged sexual encounter with Mr. Trump in 2006.

These paragraphs represent the first time a major news outlet has reported that Cohen had spoken even behind the scenes about Trump being involved in the payment.
March 5, 2018
Russia says it stopped Mitt Romney from becoming secretary of State.
March 5, 2018
Trump has a problem with democracy.
The New York Times editorial board published a scathing critique of President Trump on Sunday after he reportedly praised Chinese President Xi Jinping during remarks at a private event, accusing Trump of "reflexively" celebrating authoritarianism. Source
March 5, 2018

Trump Pal Carl Icahn Unloaded Millions In Steel-Related Stock Days Before Tariff

Billionaire Carl Ichan, President Donald Trump’s longtime friend and former special adviser, sold $31.3 million in shares of a steel-related company just before Trump announced tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. Source

March 5, 2018

‘Pure madness’: Dark days inside the White House as Trump shocks and rages.

Inside the White House, aides over the past week have described an air of anxiety and volatility — with an uncontrollable commander in chief at its center. These are the darkest days in at least half a year, they say, and they worry just how much farther President Trump and his administration may plunge into unrest and malaise before they start to recover. As one official put it: “We haven’t bottomed out.” Source
March 3, 2018
‘Straight up stupid,' 'incompetent' and 'misguided’: Top Economist rips Trump's tariffs.

The proposed 25 percent levy on all steel imports and 10 percent levy on aluminum has garnered widespread international criticism, with U.S. trade partners and allies already threatening to retaliate. "This is fundamentally incompetent, corrupt or misguided." Source
March 2, 2018
What Dirt does Russia Have on Trump?
Perhaps Money Laundering?

The White House chief calligrapher has a higher clearance than Jared Kushner.
February 28, 2018
On Russia, Americans trust special counsel Mueller more than Trump.
When it comes to Russia, Americans have more trust in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation than they do in President Trump's denials of collusion, a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds. Source
February 26, 2018
People are starting to realize the GOP tax bill was a massive scam.
As the law goes into effect, however, new polling suggests that most Americans are struggling to see any benefit at all in their paychecks. Only 16 percent of people with an income under $50,000 a year said they noticed a pay increase. That number rises to 33 percent of people with income between $50,000 and $100,000, and 40 percent for people who make more than $100,000. Source
February 25, 2018
Trump approval plunges, matches lowest point of presidency.
The President earned his lowest rating yet among Republicans. Approval for the President stands at just 5% among Democrats and 35% among independents. Source
February 25, 2018
Trump Agrees To Pay $5.45 Million To Settle Lawsuit By Angry Members.

The Trump National Golf Club in Florida has agreed to pay close to $5.45 million to settle a class action lawsuit after members argued that a regulation imposed by Donald Trump before he became president cheated them out of fees. Trump has been sued more than 4,000 times. Source
February 25, 2018
Trump Will Not Act Against Russia Because He Is Very Likely Being Blackmailed By Russia.
February 17, 2018
Teachers Slam Trump’s Call For More Guns In Schools: ‘Are You F**king Insane?’

Trump proposed arming teachers in classrooms. Many teachers have taken to social media to say they don’t want to carry guns, and more than a few pointed out that they were struggling to get funding for basic classroom supplies, much less firearms. Source
February 22, 2018
Amnesty International is ripping President Trump, accusing him of creating a year of "hate-filled rhetoric" through his immigration policy.

The group said in its annual audit of human rights around the world that the Trump administration's decision to implement a travel ban that barred people from several Muslim-majority countries was "transparently hateful. Source
February 22, 2018
Letters to the editor on President Trump.
Was the president compromised? Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s latest indictments document Russia’s information war against our democracy — a war that continues as midterms approach. Yet Trump won’t even acknowledge it, let alone lead an effort to fight back. True, in Trump’s world everything is about him, but he has no trouble threatening actions against North Korea. So why not Russia? The Steele dossier alleged that Russia has compromising information ( kompromat ) on Trump. Those allegations have not been proved, but that doesn’t automatically mean they’re false. Which leads me to observe: Trump is acting exactly like one would expect a compromised individual to act. He refuses to criticize Vladimir Putin or acknowledge Russia’s attacks against us, even as his security experts and other elected officials do so. This gives us ample reason to suspect the Russians do in fact have kompromat on Trump and that he will do as they say to prevent its dissemination. It’s actually difficult to explain his behavior any other way. So now we contemplate the possibility that our president is being blackmailed by a nation that is actively attacking us. Its extraordinary, but here we are.
Bob Roden, Berkeley
February 20, 2018
February 20, 2018
Experts rank Trump as worst president, Obama 8th best.
A panel of 170 presidential politics experts considers Trump the worst president in history, according to rankings published by the New York Times. Obama is 8th, with Lincoln, Washington and Franklin Roosevelt holding the top three spots. List here
February 19, 2018
Trump, panicking, reveals the depths of his awfulness.
Apparently set off by a sweeping indictment of 13 Russians and plea deal with one American, which revealed the extent of the Russian conspiracy to manipulate the election, President Trump spent the week in a frenzy, blaming the FBI and Democrats for the shooting in Parkland, Fla., and suggesting that if the authorities lay off investigating him, then more children won’t die. Source
February 19, 2018
This about sums up Trump's response to the school shooting in Florida.
We Have a President Who Won’t Defend Our Nation.

This is the first time in history, that an elected commander-in-chief chose to tweet instead of plan to defend the country. The directors of the CIA, the FBI,and the head of the National Security Agency. All were in agreement: Russia had declared war on our country. The president, Donald Trump, did nothing.

On Feb. 14, 2018 in Parkland, FL sudents screamed, ran and died. The president, Donald Trump, said nothing.
February 19, 2018
Robert Mueller Has Trump Cornered.

Special counsel Robert Mueller is methodically, brilliantly filling in pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. When complete, the puzzle will depict a president who is ripe ― overripe ― for impeachment.

Trump and his family relied on massive bailouts of his failing business enterprises from Russian oligarchs close to the Kremlin. When he became a presidential candidate, the Russians treated him as an asset ― a useful idiot.

What’s astonishing ― and devastating ― is that this report on Russian manipulation of a U.S. presidential election had to come from a special counsel. Under a normal administration, evidence of a foreign power meddling in a U.S. election would have prompted a presidential order for a full investigation. Instead, Trump mocked the whole idea and used his influence to block such inquiries by House and Senate panels.
February 19, 2018
President Trump is exploiting the death of children to undercut Russia probe!
A former Obama aide ripped President Trump for criticizing the FBI following the Florida high school shooting and for saying the bureau was spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign. "Exploiting the death of children to undercut the Mueller investigation. I am speechless," Tommy Vietor, who served as a spokesman for former President Obama's National Security Council, tweeted. Source
February 18, 2018
Trump Has Helped Putin Cover Up a Crime.

By continuing to cast doubt on Russian involvement, the president is helping the Kremlin get away with its election attack. Source
February 16, 2018
Trump, Who Singlehandedly Ended DACA, Says Democrats Have Abandoned Dreamers.
With an immigration deal all but dead, President Donald Trump on Friday claimed that Democrats had abandoned the nearly 700,000 undocumented immigrants known as Dreamers. His administration unilaterally moved to end protections for the young immigrants back in September. Source
February 17, 2018
Former Playboy model had an affair with Trump.
Karen McDougal, a former Playboy Playmate of the Year, documented her nine-month affair with Trump in an eight-page handwritten note shared with The New Yorker. Source
February 16, 2018
Is Donald Trump a Traitor?
Americans must live with the uncertainty of not knowing whether Trump has the best interests of the United States or those of Russia at heart. Source
February 16, 2018
Twitter Users Accuse Trump Of Victim Blaming After Florida Shooting.

“Nothing like blaming the classmates for their own murders. Well done!”
one user tweeted. Source
February 16, 2018
Trump ended rule to block mentally ill from getting guns.
President Donald Trump has often pointed to mental illness as the underlying cause for mass shootings, but one of his earliest actions as president was to undo a regulation that would have made it more difficult for people with a known mental illness to buy guns. Source
February 15, 2018
Student calls Donald Trump a ‘piece of shit’ after Florida high school shooting.
A survivor of Wednesday's Florida massacre hit out at President Donald Trump after the U.S. leader offered his "prayers and condolences" to families of the victims of the high school shooting that left at least 17 adults and children dead. "I don't want your condolences, you fucking piece of shit," a student named Sarah wrote on Twitter. "My friends and teachers were shot. Multiple of my fellow classmates are dead." Source
February 15, 2018
Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen says he paid Stormy Daniels $130,000 of his own money.

This confirms that Trump did indeed have the affair.
February 14, 2018
Trump Gives Wife Beater Praise He Usually Reserves for Child Molesters and Nazis.
In comments to reporters at the White House on Friday, Donald J. Trump stirred controversy by lavishing an alleged wife beater with praise that he historically has reserved for child molesters and Nazis. Source
February 12, 2018
February 10, 2018
Breaking With Tradition,
President Is Illiterate.

Trump skips president’s written intelligence report and relies on oral briefings.

February 11, 2018
Trump believes the accused men
but not the accusing women.

The president has consistently responded to the allegations of assault or abuse against women by expressing sympathy for the men being accused. 'Is there no such thing' as due process? he tweeted Saturday. Source
February 10, 2018
How to Get Donald Trump's Hair.
February 9, 2018
February 2, 2018
Under Trump, Dow plunges 1,175 -- worst point decline in history.

Stocks went into free fall on Monday, and the Dow plunged almost 1,600 points -- easily the biggest point decline in history during a trading day. Source
February 5, 2018
February 5, 2018
February 5, 2018
U.S. on track to double borrowing in Trump’s first full fiscal year.

The Treasury Department is on track to borrow nearly $1 trillion this fiscal year, almost double the amount the federal government borrowed last year. Source
February 4, 2018
Trump has failed the test of leadership.

The resolution to censure Donald Trump for his bigoted remarks deserves bipartisan support.

Now that we have reached the first anniversary of Donald J. Trump’s first year in office, it is clear that he is the one president over the past seven decades who has unequivocally failed this test of leadership. Rather than use the privilege of high office as a means to summon up what Abraham Lincoln called “the better angels of our nature,” President Trump has used his office to appeal to humanity’s baser instincts — to the fear, xenophobia and racism that has all too often blotted our nation’s history. This propensity to the use of racial and religious slurs, most recently exemplified by his reference to Haiti — the first state in history to be born from a slave uprising — as a “shitthole nation” and to characterize Africa in the same way, is not only repulsive, it is also dangerous. It sews the seeds of bigotry and racially inspired violence here at home, and does enormous damage to America’s standing in the wider world. Source
February 3, 2018
The Trump Administration Let a Russian Spy Chief Visit the US — Even Though He Was Legally Barred.

The news comes one day after Trump refused to impose new sanctions on Russia. Source

January 30, 2018

Why Does President Trump Fear the Truth?

For a man who insists he has done nothing wrong, President Trump sure acts as if he has something big to hide. Mr. Trump may call this behavior “fighting back,” but the federal criminal code would almost surely call it obstructing justice — an offense that has led to the resignation of one president and the impeachment of another. Source
January 27, 2018
The Obstruction Case Is Getting Solid.

Trump’s attempt to fire Mueller makes clear he tried to interfere with the Russia investigation and lied about his reasons. It also bolsters key elements of the case for impeachment. Source
January 27, 2018
2017: The lowest job growth in seven years!

TRUMP: “Since my election, we’ve created 2.4 million jobs. And that number is going up very, very substantially.” THE FACTS: Actually, job growth is going down. Looking at annual totals, rather than totals since the November 2016 election, U.S. companies and other employers added 2.1 million jobs in 2017. That was actually the lowest job growth in seven years. Source
January 27, 2018
It’s Now Likely Mueller Thinks Trump Obstructed Justice.

President Donald Trump ordered the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller last June which has renewed the public’s focus on the obstruction of justice investigation against Trump -- which will soon culminate in Trump’s interview by Mueller. Source
January 26, 2018
Soros calls Trump administration a 'danger to the world'

Liberal billionaire George Soros told global leaders and economists at Davos Thursday night that President Trump is a "danger to the world," who has helped bring the planet to the brink of nuclear war. Source
January 26, 2018
January 25, 2018
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan are responsible for the completely avoidable three-day federal shutdown that ended Monday.
January 24, 2018
Tourism down in US since Trump took office.

Tourism to the United States has dropped 4 percent during President Trump's time in the White House, NBC News reported. Travel spending has dropped by 3.3 percent, or $4.6 billion, and 40,000 jobs have been lost. Source
January 24, 2018
Donald Trump has never been a great dealmaker.

Management and dealmaking have never been his strong suits. Trump University, casinos, vodka, steaks, a new football league ... the list of failures is long. And it was his financial debacles of the 1990s that some would say brought him into the circle of suspicious money men, foreign banks and Russian oligarchs to bail him out. His "deal" was declaring bankruptcy, leaving creditors and employees hanging, and having to be put on a monthly allowance by banks. In the 1990s, according to The Moscow Project, "Trump found himself $3.4 billion in debt, $832.5 million for which he was personally liable. The Trump Shuttle, Trump Plaza Hotel, Trump Regency Hotel, and Trump Castle Casino lose a combined total of over $165 million. Trump defaults on Trump Shuttle debt, and turns it over to creditors." Subsequently, U.S. banks cut him off, citing "the Donald risk." Source
January 23, 2018
Trump promised to 'Make America Great Again.' World says he's doing the opposite.
Just one year into office, Trump has fueled perceptions the United States is “becoming less progressive and trustworthy” and “more politically unstable,” according to a report published Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report. The survey found 58% of global citizens disapprove of his presidency, making Trump more unpopular than any other world leader. Source
January 23, 2018

Trump Kept One Promise.
The Shutdown Is Proof.

Over and over and over, first as a candidate and then as president, Donald Trump made a pledge to voters: He would run the White House just like he’s run his business. That’s a promise that he’s kept. At midnight on Friday the federal government shut down. Source
January 22, 2018

Trump promised to be LGBTQ-friendly. His first year in office proved it was a giant con.

From Trump’s ban on transgender military service to his failure to acknowledge Pride Month, his administration now has a long anti-LGBTQ record. Source
January 22, 2018

Amid record low one-year approval rating,
half of Americans question Trump’s mental stability.

January 21, 2018
In the news on anniversary of Trunp's 1st year
in office.
- Government Shutdown. Source
- Trump's Affair With Adult Film Star Stormy Daniels. Source
- Trump's dealmaking mythology meets DC reality. Source
- US officials worried China was using business interests to influence Kushner. Source
January 20, 2018

Historic dysfunction in American politics defines Trump presidency.

Looking back at President Trump’s first year, it is almost telling that it ended with the specter of a government shutdown. Source
January 20, 2018

Adult Film Star Says That She Could Describe Trump's "Junk Perfectly" And That He Did Not Use Protection.

Stephanie Clifford, who performs as Stormy Daniels, told a magazine in 2011 she had sex with Trump in 2006, then was reportedly paid to keep quiet about it. A full transcript of that interview was released Friday. Source
January 19, 2018

January 19, 2018

Under Trump, global approval of U.S. leadership hits historical low.

Other nations’ approval of U.S. leadership under President Donald Trump hit a historical low of 30 percent in 2017, according to a Gallup poll released January 18, 2018. The measure, the lowest since Gallup began tracking it worldwide in 2007, signals an 18-point drop from a year earlier, when 48 percent approved of the national influence under former President Barack Obama. It is the single largest year-to-year drop in approval of U.S. leadership — or of any country examined — to date. Source
January 18, 2018

Laid-off factory workers feel betrayed by Trump.

President Donald Trump’s path to becoming “the best jobs president that God ever created” was supposed to run straight through Indianapolis and the Carrier manufacturing plant that had for decades employed thousands of workers there. Instead, more than a year after the then-president-elect stood before a crowd of cheering workers and trumpeted a deal to save their jobs — and months after the company’s name faded from the headlines and the president himself moved onto other talking points — more than 1,500 once-employed residents are now out of work, Indiana union officials say. More than 200 Carrier employees clocked out of their final shift at the plant just last week. Source
January 18, 2018

World leaders slam Trump's racist comments

Johannesburg -- South Africa will issue a diplomatic protest to the United States Monday over US President Donald Trump's "shithole countries" comments, according to its foreign ministry.

January 15, 2018
January 14, 2018
According to a report in the Washington Post, Trump said: “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” after he had been presented with a proposal to restore protections for immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti and certain African nations as part of a bipartisan immigration deal.
January 11, 2018
Ronald Reagan said: “I received a letter just before I left office from a man. I don’t know why he chose to write it, but I’m glad he did. He wrote that you can go to live in France, but you can’t become a Frenchman. You can go to live in Germany or Italy, but you can’t become a German, an Italian. He went through Turkey, Greece, Japan and other countries. But he said anyone, from any corner of the world, can come to live in the United States and become an American.”
President Trump slammed “sneaky Dianne Feinstein” Wednesday after the Democratic senator released the transcript of a congressional interview with the co-founder of the firm behind the anti-Trump dossier, claiming the move was “possibly” illegal.

Chris Matthews on MNSBC: "And today, Trump called one of the country`s finest public servants "sneaky Dianne Feinstein." He said that of a person who led her city of San Francisco with cool and stoic courage in a moment of horror, who as mayor and then all these years as United States senator with dignity and wisdom and I say, greatness. I don`t look up to all of those who hold public office, of course, but I do look up to her, because you cannot fake dignity or wisdom or greatness. And with his sleazy attack on Feinstein today for daring to bring to light information about the Russia investigation, Trump has brought the civil life of this country to a new level of incivility. He`s made it normal, if we dare use that term, to call your opponent, no matter who it is, anything, no matter what it is. Donald Trump, congratulations. You have made this country a land where sleaze is the political environment itself."
January 10, 2018
January 8, 2018

Donald Trump holds umbrella over himself as he,
wife and child board Air Force One.

January 15, 2018
"You all just got a lot richer," Trump tells friends, referencing tax overhaul.
December 24, 2017
Trump: "Lightweight Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a total flunky for Chuck Schumer and someone who would come to my office 'begging' for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them), is now in the ring fighting against Trump," adding that she was "very disloyal" to the Clintons.
December 12, 2017
San Juan Mayro Cruz Soto slammed Trump's October visit to Puerto Rico, nearly two weeks after the hurricane made landfall. She criticized the president for tossing paper towels to storm survivors in need of supplies, after the storm left millions of Puerto Ricans without power and limited access to drinking water.
October, 2017
Trump slammed for saying 'congratulations' to a Purple Heart recipient.
April 23, 2017

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