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"It doesn’t appear Donald Trump learned anything from his L.L. Bean fiasco last week. He used his Twitter account to promote the retailer, after one of its board members had donated a significant amount of money to his campaign. This prompted the Office of Government Ethics to issue a public reminder that such endorsements by public office holders [sic] rae illegal. But undeterred, Trump is now trying to sell subscriptions to Golf Digest magazine."
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Impeachment is neigh.
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In a series of interviews in March of 2014, Donald Trump singled out Russia as the United States' "biggest problem" and greatest geopolitical foe.
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+Paul Zak Well, we all know why Trump liked trickle down economics now... As long as Russian prostitutes are trickling down on him, he's all for it!
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When will U.S. intelligence agencies finally share the joke with us?
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Even by his standards, the president-elect's position is stunning in its recklessness.
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Well at least we'll know who to blame.
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After Price offered his bill to provide Zimmer Biomet and other companies relief from the CMS regulation, the company's political action committee donated to the congressman's reelection campaign, records show.
Rep. Tom Price purchased shares in a medical device manufacturer days before introducing legislation that would have directly benefited the company, records show
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Illegal as hell I think!
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So I thought about it and decided "Yeah, the new Nintendo Switch looks good enough that I want to order one". Unfortunately for me, that decision came Sunday morning... and now it seems everyplace is sold out of pre-orders. No problem since, honestly, there is no benefit to pre-oredering it - it's not like you get anything extra for ordering it in advance. But still amazing that it is sold out.

Either Nintendo is doing their normal thing (Supplying product at a dramatically smaller scale than they knew it would sell at to raise the desirability of it) or this is a pretty big success. Probably a bit of both, to be honest.
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+Robert Nugent Usually they do charge less. But I can go out and buy a Xbox One S for the same amount as a Switch...

Like I said - this might change by the release date. As is, though, I am kinda glad i did not get to pre-order. I think everyone just kinda assumed that any new console streams media - I know I did. For that little factoid to come to light, that is a major piece of missing functionality on anything.

I can go out and buy a Kindle for $50 and stream stuff. Heck, the 3DS streams netflix and youtube! So there is no way for Nintendo to somehow sidestep that weakness. They gotta plug that hole and fast...
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This is an odd move...
In a bizarre move, Donald Trump has demanded that the commanding officer of the Washington, D.C. National Guard resign from his post in the middle of the Inauguration ceremony, even though the general will be in the middle of helping oversee the event's security, the Washington Post reported on Friday. Maj. Gen. Errol R. Schwartz will be removed from his post at 12:01 p.m. on Inauguration Day, just after Trump is sworn in but before the Inaugu...
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+Robert Nugent trump seems to have reversed this but the guy has declined to stay on now. But it's weird... Why in the world would trump decide that getting rid of the guy protecting him literally as the event happened was a good idea? Either trump is insane or he has (had) something weird planned...
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