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UNTRUTH and CONSEQUENCES: Trump’s lies exposed as millions march in protest
Jan 22nd, 2017 by Warren Swil

Dystopian views of

new president rejected

around the world

President Donald Trump’s nose grew about an inch on his first day in office. Click image to enlarge the nose.

On his first day in office, President Donald Trump was exposed as a blatant liar as millions of people around the world rejected his dystopian view of “carnage” in America.
In an unprecedented outpouring of resistance to the new president, huge crowds of marchers in more than 60 cities at home and abroad far exceeded organizers’ expectations.
Meanwhile, Trump’s claims about the size of the crowd at his inauguration the day before (and about his feud with the intelligence community) were called “false” in front-page headlines in The New York Times, The Guardian and in many other media.
It was a refreshing breath of fresh air a day after a gloomy start for America and its 45th president.


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EXPLOSIVE: Dodgy dossier blows up Trump‘s agenda

UNVERIFIED RUSSIAN SEX TAPE, BLACKMAIL CLAIMS UNHINGE PRESIDENT-ELECT
The stunning publication of an almost amateurish “dossier” on Donald Trump’s Russian connections unhinged the president-elect at his first news conference.
Even if only a small portion of the dossier is true, the implications are enormous. The feds are investigating.
The charges have just enough “truthiness,” so that those who want to believe them will be able to. To Trump supporters, it’s the essence of “fake” news.
If the president-elect had dismissed them with a one-sentence brush-off, they might have been relegated to the dustbin of history. His howls of protest, however, have ensured it will get legs and be pursued for every once of its news value.


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FROM TREASONABLE TO REASONABLE: The rehabilitation of Wikileaks

COULD TRUMP’S EMBRACE OF WIKILEAKS’ FOUNDER PRESAGE A PARDON?
The sudden bromance between Donald Trump and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has heads spinning across the political spectrum.
Assange has become the darling of the right since Wikileaks published emails and documents purloined from Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Will he be forgiven all his previous sins now that many believe he played at least a minor role in swinging the election to Donald Trump?
Could a pardon be in the cards?


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