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Funny story: Trump.com™ claims his crowds are bigger than Hurricane Harvey

Trump.com™ claims his crowds are bigger than Hurricane Harvey

Whilst his magnificent benevolent eminence was on his Tour of Compassion in Texas he spent most if his air time boasting that his inauguration crowds were bigger than Hurricane Harvey. Trump.com™ told the world that Harvey was really really...
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Funny story: Cruise ship stuck in Gulf due to Hurricane Harvey, passengers in living hell

Cruise ship stuck in Gulf due to Hurricane Harvey, passengers in living hell

Mrs. Jane Sunderland is on-board a cruise ship in the middle of the Gulf, unable to dock due to the stalled Hurricane Harvey. The luxury liner left last Sunday, August 20th and was due to return to Houston on the 27th. "We are living in absolu...
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Funny story: Trump claims Hurricane Harvey is fake news!

Trump claims Hurricane Harvey is fake news!

In an early morning statement President Donald Trump stated that Hurricane Harvey was fake news generated by CNN to keep him out of the news cycle! After an early morning tweet Trump followed it up by issuing the following through his press secre...
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Alabama's New State Motto

After Tuesday Alabama's state motto, Audemus jura nostra defendere ("We dare defend our rights"), will most likely be changed to Audemus pedophilium nostra defendere ("We dare defend our pedophiles").
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