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Larry Flynt offers $10 million for dirt on Donald Trump

Larry Flynt will pay up if you have dirt on Donald Trump.Image: David Livingston/Getty Images Need some cash and have some dirt on Donald Trump? You might want to talk to Hustler founder Larry Flynt. The adult magazine mogul is offering $10 million “for information leading to the impeachment and removal from office” of the president. SEE ALSO: Sports teams are deserting Trump’s hotels, and it’s hitting his wallet hard The full-page ad was published in the Washington Post on Sunday, complete with a toll-free hotline and an email address…

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Sports teams won’t stay at Trump’s hotels, which is hitting his wallet hard

The Chicago Cubs visited Trump at the White House, but other teams refuse to stay at his hotels.Image: Mark Wilson/Getty Images President Trump has been riling up pro athletes with disinvitations to the White House and attacks on police brutality protests. Now some teams are hitting back where it hurts: his wallet. Pro sports teams from the NBA, MLB, and NHL have stopped staying at Trump-owned hotels. The Washington Post reached out to all teams in those three leagues and the NFL (that’s 123 teams altogether) and found at least…

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Trump threatens ‘Rocket Man’ again while calling Bush, Clinton, and Obama failures

"I tweet everything with my eyes closed."Image: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images It’s amazing (and truly terrifying) the things Donald Trump can accomplish with less than 140 characters to work with. On Sunday morning the Commander/Tweeter/Golfer-In-Chief fired off several tweets about North Korea’s Kim Jong-un — who he now apparently only refers to as “Rocket Man” or “Little Rocket Man” now — and casually called three former presidents failures like it was NBD. *nervous laughter* SEE ALSO: 10 reality shows Donald Trump truly believes he’s on Trump kicked off the day explaining…

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Mayor of San Juan responds to Trump: \

Image: Joe Raedle/Getty Images After President Trump tore into Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz on Twitter on Saturday morning, the mayor took to TV to briefly defend herself and advocate for the rest of the island. “This is what we have, it is one goal: it is to save lives,” the mayor told MSNBC’s Joy Reid. “I have no time for distractions. All I have is time for people to move forward and get help.” Cruz’s comments were part of a larger effort by the mayor to attract additional military and…

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Trump attempts to drag Bolt into NFL debate, gets horribly burned on Twitter

Trump is going to learn the hard way what happens when you attempt to throw a country’s favourite idol into the political arena for your personal gains. SEE ALSO: The first NFL game of Sept. 24 started with a powerful, unprecedented protest The U.S. president is embroiled in a bitter fight with NFL players over their #TakeAKnee protest during pre-matches national anthems.  So he thought better to tweet a video from the 2012 Summer Olympics showing Jamaica’s national pride and world renowned sprinter Usain Bolt, cutting a live interview as…

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the biggest NASCAR figure to vocally support anthem protests

Mandatory Credit: Photo by AP/REX/Shutterstock (9009887e) Dale Earnhardt Jr. waves to fans as he makes his way around the track at Bristol Motor Speedway before the NASCAR Cup Series auto race, in Bristol, Tenn NASCAR Auto Racing, Bristol, USA – 19 Aug 2017Image: AP/REX/Shutterstock As the ongoing controversy involving President Donald Trump and national anthem protests at sports events continues to roil, NASCAR’s biggest name has publicly opposed the organization’s anti-protest stance. SEE ALSO: #TakeAKnee protests spread to the MLB for the first time last night Dale Earnhardt, Jr., defending…

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The first NFL game of Sept. 24 started with a powerful protest

Image: Joe Toth/BPI/REX/Shutterstock Less than 48 hours after President Donald Trump began vocally lashing out at NFL players, some of those players struck back on the field.  During an Alabama rally for senatorial candidate Luther Strange, Trump went way off script and began calling any football players who took a knee during the national anthem a “son of a bitch.” He doubled down on this hardly-veiled attack on former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick on Saturday with a series of tweets that called on owners to fire any player…

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NFL players lash out after Trump rants about athlete protests

Image: Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images Football players are lashing out at Donald Trump after the president went on an extended rant about athlete activism at a rally Friday night. Trump called on NFL owners to fire players who kneel or otherwise protest during the national anthem and encouraged fans to boycott the league. SEE ALSO: Why Russia hasn’t successfully screwed with Germany’s election — yet “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a bitch off…

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Trump visited Texas and just HAD to talk about crowd size

"What a crowd, what a turnout."Image: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images After all these months it’s still unclear whether or not Donald Trump knows he’s not on reality television. Since his inauguration the man has made his obsession with ratings and crowd size very clear, and on Tuesday when he visited Texas for a briefing on Tropical Storm Harvey relief efforts, he just couldn’t help himself from celebrating the really great press that came out of the storm. SEE ALSO: Hey, everyone, please shut up about Melania Trump’s shoes During the trip…

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Melania Trump to Chelsea Clinton: ‘Thank you’

Image: mashable composite: Noam Galai / Stringer via getty images and Alex Wong/getty images Melania Trump is all about supporting childhood individuality, and she’d kindly like you to let her 11-year-old son live his life. Hours after former first daughter Chelsea Clinton came to the defense of President Trump’s youngest son Barron on Tuesday — who was criticized by a Daily Caller article for wearing casual clothing — the first lady thanked her for speaking out against childhood bullying. SEE ALSO: Chelsea Clinton defends Barron Trump’s right to be a kid Clinton…

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