TSR STAFF: Myeisha E.! @myeisha.essex ___________________________________________ #Roommates, there are new reports out that Trump’s legal team paid an adult-film star hush money to keep quiet about an alleged sexual encounter she had with Donnie. ________________________________________ According to the @WSJ, Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen arranged a $130,000 payment to Stephanie Clifford (aka Stormy Daniels) before the 2016 election as part of a nondisclosure agreement. _________________________________________ Stephanie Clifford reportedly told sources that she had a consensual sexual encounter with Donnie in Lake Tahoe back in 2006, just one year after he married Melania. __________________________________________ In response, Cohen told the Wall Street Journal that his client has not had sexual relations with Stormy. “This is now the second time that you-- read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages, Splash News #donaldtrump #stephanieclifford
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The #WomensMarch2018 ended at the White House where many of the protesters milled around Lafayette Square, which is located across the street. Many of the protesters also left their signs at the White House fence. #DonaldTrump #Trump #StormyDaniels
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To get a basic understanding of how the January 20th, 2018 federal government shutdown will play out, it’s essential to acknowledge what happened when such a shutdown happened in October of 2013. Back then, the issue that led to government closing was the ACA: (D) Barack Obama’s healthcare plan that allowed for the federal government to intervene within private insurance companies to outlaw turning people down for pre-existing conditions, expand Medicaid, and provide tax credits to ensure discounts on government healthcare. Republicans—who controlled the House of Representatives—opposed funding for Obama’s healthcare plan; while Democrats—who controlled the Senate until 2014—supported it. Such partisanship led to a shutdown that lasted for 16 days, which put government workers of non-essential services out of work. This time, the issue revolves around DACA: which allows “DREAMers” to not be deported; CHIP: which provides healthcare to families with children that pertain to modest income that’s too high for Medicaid; and finally, (R) Donald Trump’s proposed wall. Contrary to the timing of the last shutdown, Republicans now control all of Congress; so every issue before this shutdown such as replacing the ACA was merely due to their own party’s division, emphasized on their varying resentment over Trump. However, the shutdown happened when partisanship over DACA and CHIP flared, causing Democrats—the minority in Congress—to initiate a filibuster to the Republican’s proposed continued appropriations funding bill. It is hard to tell how long this will last, but the blame goes to both parties who aren’t compromising well; and Trump, who once complained about Obama having a difficult time uniting Congress in 2013, now stuck in the same situation, though this time with HIS party holding the majority—which isn’t a good look on his already controversial competency as president. Any thoughts?
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