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Trump Hotels, Golf Clubs and Resorts Saw a $35 Million Income Drop in 2018

President Donald Trumps income from his hotels, resorts, and golf clubs declined substantially last year, according to reported by The Washington Post this week. Trump Turnberry, a golf resort in Scotland, saw income increase by $3 million. Trumps hotel at Washingtons Old Post Office, just blocks from the White House, maintained an income of just over $40 million, second only to Doral in total income among the properties examined. And the company that manages Trumps golf club in Dubai more than doubled its income, though it was still a small…

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Whats Trump Up to Amid Mueller Report Mania? Hanging With Kid Rock

After uttering his no collusion mantra at least The New York Times, he played golf and had lunch with Kid Rock at Mar-a-Lago. With much of Washington, D.C. in an 11th hour frenzy since Mueller delivered hisreportedly in tow as Muellers report landed. But he has not made a peep on Twitter or otherwise commented on the end of the Russia investigation. Sources cited by the Times say his lawyers and aides have urged him to keep quiet and count on Attorney General William Barr to handle the report. While…

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Trump Bragged: Nothing in the World Like First-Rate P**sy

In a previously unreported comment to the now-defunct Maximum Golf magazine, Donald Trump singled out a young socialite at his club at Mar-a-Lago by telling a reporter, there is nothing in the world like first-rate pussy. The remark never made its way to print, as a top editor of the magazine forbade the reporter from putting it in the publication. But the former journalist who wrote the article, Michael Corcoran, and another editor, both confirmed that it was said by Trump as Corcoran followed him around at his Florida golf…

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US navy strike group to move towards Korean peninsula, official says

Donald Trump speaks to acting leader of South Korea after Syria missile strike described by North as intolerable act of aggression The US navy will move a strike group towards the western Pacific Ocean to provide a presence near the Korean peninsula, a US official said on Saturday. The Carl Vinson strike group, which includes an aircraft carrier, will make its way from Singapore, according to the official, who spoke to Reuters on condition of anonymity. The news followed US missile strike on Syria on Thursday night an intolerable act…

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Bannon and Kushner agree to ‘bury the hatchet’ after White House peace talks

Trumps chief of staff Reince Priebus tells the feuding pair to end the palace intrigue after weeks of damaging infighting White House aides Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner have met and agreed to bury the hatchet over their differences, a senior administration official said, in a bid to stop infighting that has distracted from Donald Trumps message. Bannon, the presidents chief strategist, and Kushner, an influential adviser and Trumps son-in-law, met on Friday at the request of White House chief of staff Reince Priebus who told them that if they…

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