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Ron Brownstein on 2018 being a referendum on Trump has this interesting tidbit: “In last month’s CNN poll, 84% of Trump approvers said they intended to vote Republican for Congress, while 83% of Trump disapprovers said they intended to vote … Continue reading

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Goodbye 2017 (Mooch and Spicey edition)

Former DNC Chair Ed Rendell (who was also Governor of Pennsylvania and Mayor of Philadelphia) says that Joe Biden is the best choice for Dems in 2020. The Hill reports on a  radio interview: “To me it’s clear-cut – Joe Biden … Continue reading

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Putin helping Rocket man….

But there was no collusion. None. CNBC reports that Russian tankers have provided fuel to the North Korean regime in recent months, in violation of UN sanctions. So many bizarre things from Trump’s interview with the NY Times, but this … Continue reading

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Vinnie from Jersey Shore explains climate change to Trump

Let’s be thankful we have scientifically knowledgeable reality stars like Vinnie to explain things to Trump: In the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year’s Eve on record. Perhaps we could use a little bit of that good old … Continue reading

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Big Roy took a polygraph

And he says it shows he totally did not harass anyone. I’m sure if he brings the results to the mall, they will let him back in to Forever 21. But unfortunately for Roy, even though he hasn’t conceded, the … Continue reading

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18 interactions between Trump campaign and Russia

Well this Reuters story sure seems to contradict Trump’s statement: “As I have stated many times, a thorough investigation will confirm what we already know — there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity,” Trump said in … Continue reading

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Four possibilities 

McKay Coppins lays out four scenarios for the Trump Presidency. I think the most likely one is that he resigns. In an unusually candid interview with Reuters last month, Trump celebrated his first 100 days in office by indulging in … Continue reading

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