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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Trump's labor pick withdraws

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click to enlarge OPPOSITION: Rallies against Puzder and his fast food company have been frequent. - TWITTER
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Republican opposition seems likely to squelch President Donald Trump's nomination of fast-food titan Carl Puzder to be Labor secretary, CNN reports.

He's anti-labor and also had housekeeper problems. I'm not sure, still, that he's the worst cabinet appointee. Betsy DeVos is a runaway winner of the unqualified title. But it's another potential setback for a man who doesn't like being a LOSER!

UPDATE: It's official. He's withdrawn.

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