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  # 1998484 18-Apr-2018 12:14
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  # 1998490 18-Apr-2018 12:22
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There once was a prez they called Spanky
who got up to some hanky-panky
the lawyer who paid
while prezzy got laid
is now on his way to the tanky.

 

 





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  # 1998509 18-Apr-2018 13:01
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From: The Best Donald Trump Limericks

 

 

When your gaze is a menacing stare,
And your small, piggy eyes seem to glare,
And your mouth is agape ―
No, you’re not a Great Ape,
Just the POTUS they’re calling “Mein Herr”.

 

 





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  # 1998519 18-Apr-2018 13:11
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When three trophy brides of the Trump
began to show baby bumps
The Don saw their tummies
ran to porn stars and bunnies
who he paid to keep mum about humps


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  # 1998690 18-Apr-2018 15:39
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Two more little news items:

 

The Supreme Court just handed the Trump administration a loss on immigration - and Gorsuch was the tie-breaking vote

 

 

The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that part of a federal law that makes it easier to deport immigrants convicted of crimes is too vague.

The 5-4 ruling handed the Trump administration a loss on a signature issue.

Justice Neil Gorsuch, who was appointed by President Donald Trump, joined the court's more liberal justices to cast the deciding vote.

 

 


Trump Requests Extension to File 2017 Taxes - The New York Times

 

 

WASHINGTON - For decades, presidents have publicly released their tax returns each year - an act of transparency and a way to connect and commiserate with Americans on Tax Day.

 

On Tuesday, President Trump did not even file his taxes.

 

 

Above the law ... again  undecided





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  # 1998945 18-Apr-2018 20:07
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Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Full Uncut Interview: James Comey, former FBI director fired by Trump

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  # 1999051 19-Apr-2018 08:01
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I've started reading his book. I can see why some people are calling him sanctimonious etc. but at the moment I think he's coming across more as the typical OTT wearing my emotions on my sleeve and crying at the sight of the flag American we all know and love. The kind of thing we Kiwis/Aussies/Brits would roll our eyes at - but I can also see where he's coming from.





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  # 1999184 19-Apr-2018 10:44
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Mission Accomplished - The Trump Kakistocracy is complete!

 





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  # 1999336 19-Apr-2018 14:50
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SaltyNZ:

 

I've started reading his book. I can see why some people are calling him sanctimonious etc. but at the moment I think he's coming across more as the typical OTT wearing my emotions on my sleeve and crying at the sight of the flag American we all know and love. The kind of thing we Kiwis/Aussies/Brits would roll our eyes at - but I can also see where he's coming from.

 

 

Be sure to tell us how it ends.

 

 





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  # 1999345 19-Apr-2018 15:08
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This clip of Steve Colbert interviewing Comey looks interesting. Haven't watched it yet, it'll be part of our evening's TV entertainment.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-nGPNn19vE&feature=youtu.be 





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  # 1999380 19-Apr-2018 15:24
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NATION SHOCKED TO LEARN OF POSSIBLE BIAS AT FOX NEWS

 

 

NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—Millions of Americans were stunned and incredulous on Monday after learning of a possible incident of bias at Fox News Channel.

 

At a time when so many American institutions have been under attack, the possibility that Fox, one of the nation’s most respected news organizations, might be susceptible to hidden agendas was too much for many to take.

 

In interviews across the country, Fox viewers expressed disappointment, confusion, and shock that a news network known for its exacting standards had imperilled its hard-earned reputation for fairness.

 

“I’m devastated by this,” Carol Foyler, a viewer from Scottsdale, Arizona, said. “If we can’t trust Fox News, who can we trust?”

 

Tracy Klugian, a viewer from Akron, Ohio, said that he had been “walking around in a state of disbelief” since he learned of possible bias at the network. “I’m trying to be strong, but it’s tough,” he said. “I know I speak for a lot of people when I say that today was the day that America lost its innocence.”

 

But some Fox viewers, like Harland Dorrinson, of Topeka, Kansas, warned of a “rush to judgment” against Fox, urging people to remember the network’s stellar record of journalistic accomplishments.

 

“Whenever there was a national emergency, whether it was Benghazi, Hillary’s e-mails, or Obama’s birth certificate, Fox News was there,” he said. “One little mistake doesn’t wash all that away.”





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  # 1999381 19-Apr-2018 15:26
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Oops. Double-posted...embarassed





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  # 1999389 19-Apr-2018 15:44
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You know there is a problem when you find it hard to tell if the Borowitz report is taking the proverbial or not!


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  # 1999391 19-Apr-2018 15:49
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geekIT:

 

This clip of Steve Colbert interviewing Comey looks interesting. Haven't watched it yet, it'll be part of our evening's TV entertainment.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-nGPNn19vE&feature=youtu.be 

 

 

 

 

Excellent interview





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