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    Just can't get my head around these women who had sex with Trump - I mean, the horror! The horror!

    Money/fame must be a hell of an aphrodisiac

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    Quote Originally Posted by CORP$EY View Post
    Just can't get my head around these women who had sex with Trump - I mean, the horror! The horror!

    Money/fame must be a hell of an aphrodisiac
    Have you ever seen a photo of him as a (much) younger man? Hard as it is to believe now, he actually used to be kind of handsome. A classic case of someone 'growing into the face they deserve'.
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    today from axios:

    To White House insiders, this is the most dangerous phase of Donald Trump's presidency so far, from the brewing trade war with China that he denies is a trade war, to the perilously spontaneous summit with North Korea.

    The big picture:
    Checks are being ignored or have been eliminated, and critics purged as the president is filling time by watching Fox, and by eating dinner with people who feed his ego and conspiracy theories, and who drink in his rants.

    Both sides are getting more polarized and dug in — making the daily reality more absurd, and the potential consequences less urgent and able to grab people’s serious attention.*

    Trump’s closest confidants speak with an unusual level of concern, even alarm, and admit to being confused about what the president will do next — and why.

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    Decent op-ed on Iran in the Guardian

    So where does that leave the United States? Alone, with a self-inflicted wound that will injure others as collateral damage.

    The best-case scenario is that Iran remains in the agreement for now (which Rouhani immediately indicated Iran would) as the other parties continue to comply in the face of potential US sanctions, which tanks US relations with allies and partners around the world.

    The worst-case scenario is war.

    There was – and still remains – a much better path. The United States could continue to ramp up its activities to push back against Iran around the region. It could start working with allies and partners now to develop plans for continuing to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons when parts of the deal expire years from now.

    The nuclear deal is not perfect, but it reduces the chances for conflict, and achieves a key goal that the United States, Israel, and allies had long sought: stopping Iran from getting a nuclear weapon. And yet, in dumping the deal, Trump has offered no alternative to achieve this goal.

    It’s not clear that Trump is looking for more violent conflict. But his decision to pull the United States out of the Iran deal very well could place the lives of more Americans – and people around the Middle East and beyond – in danger. And all for nothing.
    https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...ty-crisis-iran

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    There's a theory floating around that Trump, Pence and Bolton have intentionally sabotaged the North Korea talks with their invoking of Libya.

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