Author: James Piscipo

Melania Trump Just May Divorce Donald Trump, After All, Divorce Is A Family Tradition

Donald Trump has been married three times and has had affairs on all of those women in public. That is the Trump family tradition. Those closest to Vanessa Trump have shown nothing but support since her decision to call it quits with Donald Trump Jr., a source close to the former model tells Us Weekly exclusively. Celebrity Splits of 2018 “Everyone around Vanessa feels bad for her, but no one is really surprised by the split,” the insider says. “It takes a lot to walk away from your marriage to the president’s son, and her family and friends are...

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All Lies Matter

Hope Hicks admitted today that she has told ‘white’ lies for her boss, Donald Trump. Then she quickly resigned. So what exactly is a ‘white lie?’ I am not sure about you, but I can tell you right now that as far as I am concerned, a lie is a lie. Apparently Hope Hicks realized this when she said it: she either realized that is not a statement that should ever be made by a White House communications director, or her boss, ‘Liddle Donnie’ said ‘you need to...

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Hope Hicks Isn’t The Only Person Getting Off Of ‘Whore Force One’

HOPE HICKS GETTING OFF OF ‘WHORE’ FORCE ONE It is public knowledge that Donald Trump considers women objects, to be used for his personal pleasure. Even if we were to ignore the Hollywood Access tape where Trump bragged about grabbing women by their private parts, just because he can. Trump has cheated on every single one of his three wives, IN PUBLIC, for his multiple kids to see. God knows why the Sports Illustrated model Hope Hicks is now his communications director, but it doesn’t take much to figure out why. But Trump’s whores are also men, including Paul...

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These Teenagers Are Smarter And Care More About America Than Congress Or The President

As sad as the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fl. has been, there is something really great coming of it. Many of the surviving teenagers, most of whom are not old enough to vote yet, are organizing a march in Washington, D.C. and in other cities around the country on March 24 to call for stricter gun control legislation to prevent yet another mass shooting — at a school or elsewhere — from happening in the United States. “My message for the people in office is this: You’re either with us or against us,” Cameron...

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