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"Trump is a troll," a woman in Rwanda said. "He is trolling the world. Don’t feed the troll." https://t.co/dk9aZqhnPd


Michael Avenatti, who vaulted to fame as the lawyer for adult-film actress Stormy Daniels, danced around every iteration of the question while describing the candidate he said would be able to win against President Trump — and it sounded a lot like himself https://t.co/ICQRYGzE63
Saudis' Image Makers: A Troll Army and a Twitter Insider - The New York Times https://t.co/yaQZCKWadz via @nuzzel thanks @marwanhishampen
Deplorable Dee on the Great America newsfeed: “Troll Alert!!! New York Times asking for interviews, do not communicate with these libtards.” https://t.co/bbtLwssyh6
Sheldon Richardson on the four turnovers the Vikings forced: “They served them up on a platter.” Asked for his impression of Sam Darnold, Richardson said, “I don’t have one.”
The administration of US President Donald Trump is considering a proposal to narrowly define gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by birth genitalia, a report said https://t.co/PHCoXApRou
President Trump had said trillions of dollars would flow back to the U.S. quickly in the wake of the new tax law. About $143 billion has been repatriated so far this year, a WSJ analysis finds. https://t.co/lEP2scYjIt
During a rally yesterday, Trump said Republicans are looking into implementing an additional tax break for middle-income Americans ahead of the midterm elections.

"China and Russia want to shape a world antithetical to U.S. values and interests," the Trump administration warned in its National Security Strategy published in December.d, slamming them as "revisionist powers."

Police said a woman was walking her bicycle southbound on the east side of Norwich Road when she was hit by a vehicle traveling northbound on Saturday night. https://t.co/Ss9wD4khwP
Trump prizes strength, but the world may see weakness in reluctance to confront Saudis (Washington Post)

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