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Trump can’t decide whether he knows his new acting attorney general or not, claims he’s an expert on forest fires and decides to take a rain check on honoring the 100th anniversary of WWI at an American cemetery in France.

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21 thoughts on “So Much News, So Little Time – Whitaker, California Fires & Trump’s WWI Rain Check | The Daily Show | Wonderdir

  1. First of all the americans didn't beat the shit out of our troups in WW1, that is simply a lie. And I think the british and french troups as well as the german ones deserve a lot more respect for what soldiers on each side have done in WW1 than the US troups, whose tactic just was to throw enough people against our lines and let them die due to a lack of competent strategists.

  2. Don't let this distract you from the the fact that in 1966, Al Bundy scored four touchdowns in a single game while playing for the Polk High School Panthers in the 1966 city championship game versus Andrew Johnson High School, including the game-winning touchdown in the final seconds against his old nemesis, Bubba "Spare Tire" Dixon.

  3. Khashoggi – to the Senate and the House

    It is time for America to show its true colors, the whole world is watching. Are we a country of true Democracy, a government of the People, for the People, and by the People? Or, are we a country of Capitalism where money takes place over human rights, justice, morals, common decency and human lives?

    There was a time when we set the standard for decency for others to follow. Now the world is watching to see if we have any decency at all. We have the evidence, the facts, the video, forensics, and even the admission of guilt. We know that the only one who could have the power to execute this is the Prince of Saudi Arabia. America is tired of hearing the lies, one after another.

    If the President cannot see this due to friendship or monetary gains? Then it is up to the American people’s Congress to come forward and honorably represent our country.

    We cannot turn a blind eye to this horrendous injustice and still call ourselves Americans. The Congress must act now, if the President is not willing to do so. I ask you, have we become such an ungodly country that we will allow our government to accept the Prince of Darkness’s Blood money over the righteous of the Lord’s justice for humanity?
    Gregory St. James Mundy

  4. If you watch CNN try thinking, everything they say is a lie for 10 minutes! Then you will know the truth. Whenever they can take a dig at the president, they smile, like the cat that ate the canary.

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