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JM Ashby
Written by JM Ashby

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In other news, Trump reportedly agreed to support "One China" policy after Chinese president Xi Jinping asked him to. I would say this a reversal of the regime's position on Taiwan, but Trump probably doesn't even know what "One China" means. He knows nothing.

Meanwhile, the presidency is apparently a lot harder to handle than Trump realized according to people close to Trump. No shit?

Finally, Texas state senators have drafted a resolution asking Trump to not threaten one of their own. The guy Trump threatened is a Tea Party senator.

This one's for Betsy DeVos.

Here's some other stories I didn't get to this week:

Seven additional countries have joined the Netherlands in covering the shortfall created by Trump's executive order against providing information on abortion, otherwise known as the "Gag Rule."

Neiman Marcus has joined Nordstrom, TJ Maxx, and Marshalls in dumping Ivanka Trump.

Have a good weekend.

  • Asian news sources and Chinese propaganda are calling Drumpf a “paper tiger”. So we lost face in their eyes and that’s not a good outcome. Better than us going to war with China but still not good. And I bet Drumpf doesn’t even know what “losing face” even means.

    • ninjaf

      He probably doesn’t understand the term “paper tiger,” either. He probably thinks it means they think he is some sort of virile studly thing not to be trifled with, or he will pounce.

  • ninjaf

    Imagine that. Running the government isn’t at all like running a business. If only knowledgeable people had made that point prior to this…

    Who are we kidding? Those dolts who think it could be done that way won’t believe it until they see it crash and burn for themselves because they have little to no ability to empathize or extrapolate.

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