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Saturday, March 3, 2018

Cry the beloved country: Trump's America

Posted By on Sat, Mar 3, 2018 at 8:06 AM

click to enlarge IF NOT FOR BAD TRUMP NEWS: There'd be no news at all.
  • IF NOT FOR BAD TRUMP NEWS: There'd be no news at all.
Want to be depressed this lovely morning? Go to the Washington Post home page and behold the headlines.

* Trump's tariff disaster.

* Trump hush money to porn star.

* Trump aims to kill New York tunnel project for spite.

* Trump shaming his attorney general

* Trump administration plundering national parks for oil and gas drilling.

* Trump anti-immigrant sentiment emulated worldwide.

* Trump's 2,436 false or misleading claims in 406 days.

* Self-dealing by Trump's son-in-law.

* Likely racist chosen for Trump administration law enforcement job.

* NRA wins, we lose.

On the other hand, six teenagers are running for governor of Kansas and I'm willing to bet any one of them would be an improvement over Sam Brownback.

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