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Twitter Ridicules Donald Trump Over James Comey Memo Claims

Twitter users had a field day with the latest potentially damaging claims about President Donald Trump.

On Tuesday, The New York Times published details of a memo purportedly written by fired FBI director James Comey. In it, Comey said Trump asked him to stop the FBI investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s alleged links to Russia.

After news of the memo broke, tweeters began mocking the president’s predicament via the

hashtag, including imagining what Trump’s own notes of the meeting may have looked like.

Here’s a sampling of the best reactions so far:

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may 17 17, 11:01
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Twitter Thinks The White House Easter Egg Roll Bunny Channels 'Donnie Darko'

The 139th annual White House Easter Egg Roll kicked off Monday morning with a furry friend that the internet found mildly disturbing.

Thousands of adults and children came to the South Lawn to participate as the formal event, which began in 1870s on the grounds of the Capitol, kicked off at 7:30 a.m. ET. Various other activities and entertainment accompanied the actual egg roll, a game where children race wooden eggs with spoons.

Per tradition that began during the Nixon administration, there is also a costumed Easter bunny to aid in the celebrations. But this year, the bespeckled bunny that made an appearance had viewers, uh, perplexed.

The suit, mouth agape, had Twitter users all over making comparisons to a character in the 2001 cult-classic film “Donnie Darko.”

For reference, this is what the actual “Donnie Darko” bunny, Frank, looks like:


The “Donnie Darko” bunny is clearly more sinister, but the joke is still pretty great:

Maybe next year we’ll get the Sean Spicer bunny again.

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apr 17 17, 18:35
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'SNL's' Movie Trailer Honors The Republican Who Stood Up To Trump

Saturday Night Live” wanted to honor the brave Republican who stood up to President Donald Trump, so they made a trailer for that hero’s biopic. 

The trailer has all the makings of an instant classic: suspense, inspiration, Octavia Spencer. All it’s missing is its star.

“A country in chaos, a nation divided, led by a president with unchecked power,” an ominous voice-over says. “Until one Republican decided enough was enough. A patriot who put country over party, who finally stood up for his nation’s founding values.”

That person is, of course, still to be determined ― much like in real life.

“So you want to speak out against the president? Aren’t you scared?” a man asks the TBD hero.

TBD’s response was... well, we don’t know, but it was probably brave. And he had a “rallying cry that spoke to all people” ― not that we know what it is.

“SNL’s” fake trailer for the “The TBD Story” hopefully provides some inspiration to Republicans in Congress, who have kept quiet despite the controversy surrounding the Trump campaign’s communications with Russia, Trump’s own hateful and xenophobic rhetoric and his unsubstantiated claims against former president Barack Obama.

Even though this conservative hero hasn’t stepped forward yet, the trailer got one thing right: “It’s definitely not Paul Ryan,” according to a fake review from Rolling Stone.

And a lot of people are anxious for “The TBD Story’s” real-life debut.

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mar 5 17, 10:04
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People Want To Move To The Newly Found Planets To Escape Donald Trump

NASA scientists caused a stir when they announced the discovery of seven previously unknown Earth-sized planets on Wednesday.

And with the TRAPPIST-1 solar system a mere 39 light years away, it didn’t take long for hundreds of Twitter users to declare they’d be moving there to escape Donald Trump’s presidency:

Some tweeters took a different approach by suggesting that Trump could himself be sent there, alone, as a test:

Others used the news to throw shade on Trump’s controversial immigration policies, including his proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall and imminently rewritten travel ban:

Some social media users just imagined Trump’s reaction to the discovery:

Plenty of others, meanwhile, just used it to mock the intelligence of Trump and the members of his administration:

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feb 23 17, 15:17
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Trump's Hotel Expansion Not Welcome In Cities That Voted Against Him

WASHINGTON ― Just days after taking the oath of office, Donald Trump’s business empire celebrated the opening of the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Vancouver, Canada, a 69-story draw ― for protesters.

The downtown tower, with luxury condos, fine restaurants and an Ivanka Trump spa, is actually owned by a development company run by Joo Kim Tiah, the son of one of the richest men in Malaysia. But it’s the Trump name that has brought the Women’s March and immigrant rights protesters to its ornate doorstep.

Now, with Trump Hotels announcing it will triple its properties across the U.S., several prospective cities are saying no thanks. 

At a hotel industry conference, Trump Hotels CEO Eric Danzinger announced plans to expand Trump-brand hotels in Nashville, Cincinnati, Dallas, New York City and Austin, Texas. It also hopes to pursue luxury hotels in Seattle, Denver and San Francisco.

“Good luck with that,” Mark Farrell, a San Francisco supervisor, said in a statement to The Huffington Post. 

“Donald Trump and the Trump Organization do not share San Francisco values, and I don’t believe San Francisco will ever allow a Trump Hotel in our city,” Farrell added.

London Breed, president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, didn’t mince words in a statement rejecting the notion of a Trump hotel in the city, “Maybe we can set him up with a nice room in Alcatraz.”

In Austin, the city’s human rights commission voted, 8 to 2, in support of a nonbinding resolution calling on city officials to boycott Trump hotels and products. Austin Mayor Steve Adler has joined in protests against the president’s executive order temporarily halting refugee resettlements and banning citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries.

In a statement to HuffPost about a possible Trump hotel expansion in Austin, Adler said, “This isn’t surprising because Austin is the best city in America to start a business, but I’m not sure the way we do things in Austin is aligned with the Trump brand.”

Seattle’s socialist City Council member, Kshama Sawant, told HuffPost that the movement fighting Trump has declared a “ban on Donald Trump and the odious billionaires he is associated with.”

“Not only do we not welcome a Trump hotel, we will have a mass movement of resistance and civil disobedience if there’s any suggestion Trump, himself or the billionaires on his Cabinet visit Seattle,” she added.

Elected officials in other cities where the Trump Organization is planning its expansion have denounced the president and vowed to protect their constituents from his actions while not sharing specific opinions about the Trump Organization’s business plans.

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has denounced the “authoritarian message” coming from the Trump administration on immigration. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock told a local news station that the country is better “than what we are showing right now.” Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings appeared before protesters at Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport to voice his displeasure with the president’s order that led to immigrants being detained at that airport and many others.

Trump Hotels’ expansion announcement came after Trump decided not to fully separate himself from his businesses. After claiming that the president “can’t have a conflict,” Trump handed management of his businesses to his two adult sons, Donald Jr. and Eric Trump, but he did not sell his ownership stake. He is the first president in the modern era to not separate himself from business interests that pose real and potential conflicts of interest.

Trump’s controversial actions as president are already colliding with his refusal to fully divest himself from the financial benefits of his multibillion-dollar company. 

This isn’t the ideal atmosphere in which to vastly increase a brand-centric company’s holdings.

The most likely way that the Trump Organization will expand its hotel business is through licensing deals with other real estate developers. These deals would provide the Trump or Scion brand to other real estate developers who would in turn provide the capital and take on the debt to build and operate the hotel.

Trump’s unpopular standing in most cities where the company hopes to expand could create political problems for the developers they partner with. Many cities and municipalities offer preferential tax treatment through reduced hospitality taxes or tax-increment financing for new real estate developments. There are always other hotel companies and brands that won’t build a protest site in the middle of a city.

The Trump Organization is linked to seven hotels in the United States. It either fully or partially owns hotels at the Trump golf course in Doral, Florida, and in Chicago, New York City, Las Vegas and Washington. The company also licenses the Trump brand to a hotel in Hawaii. Tripling its hotel business would require opening 14 new hotels. Danzinger, meanwhile, has said there is no reason the company can’t be in each of the 26 major metropolitan regions.

The domestic expansion is important for the business as Trump announced that the company would not pursue any new deals outside of the United States while he served as president. This meant canceling deals to license the Trump name to hotel projects in Azerbaijan, Argentina, Brazil, Georgia and India. The company had also made big plans to expand in China, but Danzinger told the hotel conference, “That’s pretty much off.”

That money has to be made up somewhere else ― even if it’s in cities where the president is extremely unpopular.

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feb 1 17, 02:40
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Trump-Loving Man Throws Tantrum At Black Starbucks Employee Over Coffee

A South Florida man was filmed ranting at a Starbucks barista after he claims he was denied service for supporting Donald Trump.

In a

, David Sanguesa, who is white, can be heard calling an African-American barista “trash” and “garbage” while accusing her of discriminating against him at the Miami cafe.

“Because I voted for Trump. Trump. You lost,” he tells the unidentified employee before asking for his money back. “You’re garbage. You’re complete trash.”

Starbucks customer Jorge de Cárdenas, who caught the explosive scene on his cell phone, told The Huffington Post that Sanguesa claimed “white discrimination” shortly before he started filming.

Sanguesa didn’t deny that claim in an interview with the Miami Herald.

“I was racially discriminated against,” he insisted, vowing to sue the coffee company.

#trump supporter in #miami @Starbucks attacks & threatens patrons & staff bc coffee took too long, blames anti-white "discrimination"

— jorge de cárdenas (@Jbdcl)

Sanguesa, speaking to HuffPost, apologized for his actions but accused the barista of holding a grudge against him after he began holding Trump campaign meets at the Coral Gables location that he’s visited for 12 years.

“Her face was the face of death yesterday. It was evil,” he said of the barista’s supposed attitude toward him.

Asked whether she had said anything that would support his beliefs that she’s anti-Trump, he said: “It’s just from personal experience. She’s never been kind to me or my group.”

Sanguesa said he finally exploded after he and a real estate broker waited 25 minutes Wednesday for coffee that he said never came.

“I paid for the coffee and I never was served,” he insisted. “She said, ‘I’ll get to you when I feel like it.’”

In the near two-minute video, below, Sanguesa verbally attacks the woman and nearly comes to blows with another man who stands up to defend the barista. That man tells Sanguesa that he doesn’t know what happened, but that no one should be spoken to that way.

“I want to punch you out,” Sanguesa is heard calling to the man after the man turns his back to him.

A manager at the Starbucks where the incident took place declined to comment when reached by HuffPost. A spokesman for the company said they are working to understand what transpired. 

“Embracing diversity and treating each other with respect and dignity is core to Starbucks values and something our partners take great pride in showing,” he said in a statement. “We are committed to providing an inclusive, supportive and safe work environment for everyone.”

According to the Miami Herald’s report, Sanguesa is a frequent writer to the paper, and over the years has voiced anger against President Barack Obama, women and Cuban-Americans.

“I hate Cubans ... all pieces of s*** ... including Jose Fernandez,” he reportedly said in one email to the paper, responding to a story on the death of the Cuban-born Miami Marlins pitcher.

Sanguesa reportedly has also had run-ins with South Miami police, and in 2014 was arrested for a domestic dispute. The case was later dropped, the Herald reported.

Though Sanguesa’s opinions appear clear, whether he received his coffee at an unusually slow pace is not. De Cárdenas, who filmed the spectacle and said he initially thought Sanguesa was being facetious, declined to say whether he believed the barista deliberately took her time serving Sanguesa.

“I can confirm he was there before I was and I received my coffee before him,” he told HuffPost. “I received an espresso pretty quickly.”

He added that the barista “was entirely polite, all things considered.”

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nov 18 16, 02:33
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Husband Of Slain U.K. Lawmaker Jo Cox Has An Important Message About Trump's Win

The husband of a British politician killed earlier this year encouraged Donald Trump’s opponents not to lose hope in the face of his presidential election win.

Trump was declared the winner of the U.S. election early Wednesday and, understandably, supporters of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton were disappointed. But Brendan Cox shared some advice that he thought his late wife, Jo, would offer. 

Jo & I talked about #Trump winning & what we would do. Right now she'd say 'don't mourn, organise' & reassert what we hold in common.

— Brendan Cox (@MrBrendanCox)

Cox died in June after being shot and stabbed during a meeting with constituents. The 41-year-old Labour politician was known as an immigration champion, who campaigned for the U.K. to remain a member of the European Union ahead of the country’s referendum. Trump’s campaign has often been compared to the Brexit vote due to its shared nationalist themes.

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nov 9 16, 13:49
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'Dilbert' Cartoonist Says ISIS May Want Hillary Clinton For President

Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams’ vocal support for Donald Trump is getting even more bizarre.

First, he pledged to join a resistance movement and help kill the GOP presidential nominee if he were elected president and behaved like Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

Now, he’s shared yet another strange election-related remark: 

If there are no sponsored terror attacks before Election Day, it means ISIS prefers Clinton. They have the means. Think about it. #Trump

— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays)

Adams seems to think that the absence of terrorist attacks in Western countries before Nov. 8 must indicate that the Islamic State “prefers” Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for president.

Unsurprisingly, many on the internet were not enthused, with multiple Twitter users criticizing Adams for his statement on Tuesday.

He dismissed his critics as supporters of the former secretary of state and “Clinton bullies” in response. 

See how similar the Clinton bullies are? All coincidentally attacking my "sanity" at the same time.

— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays)

Adams switched from endorsing Clinton to supporting Trump last month. He insisted he had only supported Clinton for his “personal safety” because he lives in California and it “isn’t safe to be viewed as a Trump supporter” there.

Editor’s note: Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liarrampant xenophoberacistmisogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims ― 1.6 billion members of an entire religion ― from entering the U.S.

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oct 26 16, 11:48
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HUFFPOST HILL - Government, Weather Unable To Reach Last-Minute Consensus

D.C. residents are bracing for the impending blizzard like any normal people would: cracking snowquester jokes and placing overnight orders for a Settlers of Catan expansion pack. Congress is taking Monday off, and also leaving early today to buy an extra can of beans that will remain in the congressional cupboard for several years. And Senate Democrats hope to lift research bans on gun violence. S.B. 4236, the We Know This Won’t Go Anywhere And Just End With All Of Us Feeling Sad And Sharing Links About Australia On Our Facebook Feed Act, will likely be tied to an appropriations bill. This is HUFFPOST HILL for Thursday, January 21st, 2016:

WAR STUFF - Jen Bendery: "Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) caught nearly everybody off guard late Wednesday by quietly clearing the path for new legislation to declare war on the self-described Islamic State -- an issue he'd signaled for months he had no interest in touching. McConnell introduced a sweeping authorization for the use of military force, or AUMF, that would give the president new authority to take action against the militant group also known as ISIS or ISIL. It wouldn't put any limits on the duration, geography or use of U.S. ground combat troops in the war, or on the means by which the U.S. military could act. It also would keep in place a broad AUMF from 2001 that never expired and that allows the president to take military action against anyone, anywhere, connected to the terrorists behind the 9/11 attacks. In other words, it's a war authorization that's as wide open as it gets… White House spokeswoman Brandi Hoffine couldn't say if President Barack Obama would get behind McConnell's vision of an AUMF..."We will review the proposal put forward by Leader McConnell, and look forward to continued consultations as Congress undertakes what we hope will be the robust debate and amendment process the American people deserve on this important topic." [HuffPost]

DEMS HOPE TO ADDRESS GUN CONTROL RESEARCH BAN - Laura Barron-Lopez: "Despite a shortened calendar year, and the 2016 presidential election looming large over Congress, Senate Democrats plan to pressure Republicans into a debate over a 20-year-old ban on using federal funds to research gun violence...On Thursday, a handful of Senate Democrats, joined by three gun violence researchers from universities across the country, raised the issue again. Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) called on Congress to pass legislation that would authorize $10 million annually, for six years, in the CDC’s budget for such research...Democrats will likely try to attach [a measure] to one of the 12 appropriations bills Republicans are eager to pass this year. Still, the limited legislative calendar will make it harder to have substantive debates in either chamber and leaves little time for both parties to compromise." [HuffPost]

There will be no votes on Monday due to the weather. You know who really hates our government's snow closure policy? Hitler.
Members of the House Oversight Committee wanna hear from Rick Snyder on the Flint water crisis, and the EPA briefed energy committee staffers today.

DELANEY DOWNER - Kris Maher in Flint: "Like most people who enter the Mission of Hope shelter these days, Christine Brown comes for the water. Ms. Brown, 55 years old, was once an aide to former Mayor Don Williamson but has been unemployed since she was laid off in 2008. Now, she is one of the 100,000 Flint residents whose lives have been upended by lead contamination of the city’s water. She washes herself with bottled water to avoid rashes she got from the water at home last year and drives 20 miles once a week to take a long bath at her sister’s house in Clio, Mich. 'We’re nothing but the walking dead in Flint,' said Ms. Brown on Wednesday, bundled in a full-length New York Giants coat and a Detroit Pistons hat. She was making her daily pilgrimage across the city to the daytime shelter for three, one-gallon jugs of water. 'It’s pitiful,' she said." [WSJ]

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ADMINISTRATION STILL WITHHOLDING GITMO TORTURE VIDEOS - Shorter: White House afraid of losing Middle East swing vote. Ryan Reilly: "The Obama administration indicated on Thursday that it would seek to continue to keep secret heavily redacted videos showing a former Guantanamo Bay detainee being force-fed. Justice Department attorneys notified a federal court in Washington on Thursday that the government would appeal an order that would have allowed the public to see the videos on Friday. A federal judge last year had ordered the release of the edited videos showing former Guantanamo prisoner Abu Wa'el Dhiab being force-fed and forcibly extracted from his prison cell. The government had argued that the videos would be used as Islamic State propaganda, 'inflame Muslim sensitivities' and ''subject the U.S. Government to criticism,' though they maintain the videos show no wrongdoing by military personnel. Several media organizations argued for the release of the videos." [HuffPost]

GOP REALLY UPSET WE'RE GIVING EURORAIL PASSES TO TERRORISTS... OR SOMETHING - People in Iran want to kill us and President Nobama is urging Ali Khamenei to take selfies in front of Bubba Gump Shrimp. Julian Hattem: "Furious Republicans assailed the Obama administration Thursday for making changes to a visa entry program for foreign tourists that they characterized as illegal. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Thursday announced changes to the easy-entry visa waiver program, which allows citizens from 38 countries — including Australia, France and Japan — to enter the United States without a visa. The DHS said its new policy will not prohibit people from the 38 countries from entering the U.S. if they have recently traveled to or are dual citizens of Iran, Iraq, Sudan and Syria, which are considered hotbeds of terrorism. Instead, those people — who otherwise would have been eligible to participate in the visa waiver program — will have to obtain a visa through the State Department. However, the administration is also creating a carve-out solely for Iran, with visa waivers handed out on 'a case-by-case basis' to people who have traveled there for "legitimate business-related purposes" following adoption of the nuclear deal last year. Some journalists, diplomats and aid workers traveling to and from the four countries would also receive waivers, the DHS said." [The Hill]

RUBIO PINNING HOPES ON SOUTH CAROLINA - Ken Vogel and Steven Shepard: "Marco Rubio had long planned an ambitious Iowa advertising assault in the weeks leading up to the caucuses, but his campaign has quietly scaled back its ad buys in the state by more than $500,000, according to a POLITICO analysis of advertising buys. The change appears due partly to a switch from offense to defense, but it also comes at a time when the Florida senator is focusing his hopes for an early state victory in South Carolina, where his campaign is increasing its advertising buys, according to the analysis, compiled for POLITICO by The Tracking Firm…Rubio’s campaign is embracing a bold, but risky, strategy to emerge as the GOP establishment’s consensus challenger to Trump and Cruz. One version of the strategy, which some supporters have dubbed '3-2-1,' envisions Rubio placing third in the Iowa caucuses, second in the New Hampshire primary on Feb. 9 and first in the South Carolina primary on Feb. 20." [Politico]

CHRISTIE FLIP-FLOPS ON SELF-DEPORTATION - No, hasn't decided to deport himself. Elise Foley: "Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie supports making it so difficult for undocumented immigrants to live in the U.S. that they'll "leave on their own," he told the Washington Examiner in an interview published on Monday. Interviewer Byron York asked Christie if he, like opponent and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R), supports 'attrition through enforcement.' Christie replied, 'I think that would be the practical effect of it, yes.' The New Jersey governor's remarks weren't dissimilar from those of other Republican presidential candidates. But they were somewhat contradictory for a politician who had previously rejected the feasibility of "self-deportation" -- a term popularized by 2012 GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who proposed instituting tough policies that would cause undocumented immigrants to leave the country. 'I'm not someone who believes that folks who have come here in that status are going to engage in self deportation,' Christie said in April of last year." [HuffPost]

THIS IS THE MOST CARLY FIORINA THING EVER - Correction, this is the most Carly Fiorina thing ever,
. Adam Gabbatt: "Carly Fiorina has been accused of 'ambushing' a group of children, after she ushered pre-schoolers, who were on a field trip to a botanical garden, into an anti-abortion rally in Des Moines. On Wednesday, the former Hewlett-Packard chief executive embarked on a day of campaigning across Iowa, in an attempt to boost her ailing presidential campaign. The alleged ambush occurred when Fiorina hosted a 'right to life' forum at the Greater Des Moines botanical garden. Entering the rally, before a crowd of about 60 people, she directed around 15 young children towards a makeshift stage. The problem, one parent said, was that the children’s parents had not given Fiorina permission to have their children sit with her -- in front of a huge banner bearing the image of an unborn foetus – while she talked about harvesting organs from aborted babies." [Guardian]

BECAUSE YOU'VE READ THIS FAR - Here are some kittens.

MICHAEL LEWIS MEETS K STREET - Robert Schmidt: "Brad Katsuyama and his Investors’ Exchange were lionized in the best-selling book 'Flash Boys' as protecting mom-and-pop investors from predatory high-frequency traders. Now nearly two years later, his firm, IEX Group Inc., is counting on that renown to help smooth its path to become a public stock exchange...Standing in the way are some of those same speed traders, who have an opportunity -- via the regulatory process -- to chasten IEX and its earnest leader. Leading the charge is the hedge fund Citadel LLC, whose billionaire founder Ken Griffin was furious over the negative light that the Michael Lewis book cast on his firm, according to two people who have spoken with him. Aligning themselves with IEX competitors like the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Inc., senior Citadel executives have trekked to Capitol Hill to lobby congressional staff and written several critical letters to the SEC arguing that the approval would harm, rather than protect, most investors. While IEX says the complaints are fear-mongering, the opposition has prompted the SEC to delay its decision and forced Katsuyama’s firm to mount a counter-lobbying effort." [Bloomberg]


- Eating a 50-year-old MRE.

- A comical look at purgatory.

- Alan Rickman cut a viral video for charity before he died.


: So far from Trump
Jeb joke
Cruz losing
People stupid
Cruz losing
Media sleazebags
Cruz losing
I love China/Mexico

: Formula for a #Trump tweet: "So sad that dumb _________ spends so much ________ talking about _________. Just sad. What a waste of _______

: It was nice knowing you all. DC had a good run. They'll find some fun stuff when they dig us out in 2047.

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