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The salon shared pictures of a man who made the extremely weird decision of having his hair cut in the shape of Donald Trump's face. It's not clear why anyone would do this to themselves. but it haappend there are some photos

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The Mona Lisa

Mickey Mouse
It's the hit US drama charting the Machiavellian scheming of a fictional president.

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Donald Trump Jr went after James Comey on Twitter during his testimony on Thursday in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee

'Hoping and telling are two very different things, you would think that a guy like Comey would know that. #givemeabreak,' wrote Don Jr in one tweet
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This comment arose from discussing a crowded White House during an interview with Donald Trump.

And they're sort of standing off to the side, you know, watching this like it's– you know- like it’s a live TV show.”

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First Ladies Michelle Obama and Melania Trump stand with Presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama

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By now, you may have seen White House Press Secretary/alternative fact mouthpiece/bad suit wearer Sean Spicer's tweets regarding his weird fixation with destroying Dippin' Dots. If you haven't, then here it is in all its glory.

But the Dippin' Dots thing isn't even close to the weirdest tweet of Sean Spicer
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Fifa president Gianni Infantino was greeted in China this week with the pomp and circumstance of an official state visit, even afforded the honour of being allowed to lean uncomfortably towards president Xi Jinping in the overstuffed chairs of Beijing’s Great Hall of the People.

China’s state media gave the meeting massive prominence – although to be fair, any time Xi opens his mouth it dominates their headlines.

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Defense Secretary James Mattis said Tuesday that the crisis in Qatar could be a sign of Russia “trying to break any kind of multilateral alliance ... that is a stabilizing influence in the world.”

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) during a hearing Tuesday said she didn't want to risk Mattis revealing classified information, but asked him to assume that news reports about Russia hacking Qatar’s state news agency and planting a fake news story are true and to comment on Russia’s possible motivations.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has claimed that it is his “duty” to stop gay people getting married so that people have more babies.

The Russian President made the claim in an extended interview with pro-Russian journalist Oliver Stone, which aired on Showtime in the US this week.

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The Khalifa International Stadium is the first completed 2022 FIFA World Cup venue

The first of at least eight venues for Qatar’s controversial 2022 World Cup is set to hold its first match, the final of the country’s most prestigious domestic tournament.
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It's the hit US drama charting the Machiavellian scheming of a fictional president.

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When You Feel Lost And Overwhelmed

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The Trump administration appears to be providing the New York Times with fake news, after Donald Trump accused the news organisation of peddling false information.

Maggie Haberman, a White House correspondent for the The Times, suggested that Mr Trump’s team had tried sending reporters false material for stories, but that their efforts had been in vain because journalists “actually vet” the information. 

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President Trump lashed out on Twitter Friday at reports he is under investigation for obstruction of justice, firing a salvo that seemed to be directed at Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

Trump said he was “being investigated” for firing FBI Director James Comey "by the man who told me to fire the FBI Director," an apparent reference to Rosenstein.

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The Departed Were All People Their Loved Ones Wanted Gone

One fan on Reddit pointed out that in every case in which someone Departed, their loved ones resented them at the time. The woman in the pilot whose baby vanished was previously on the phone, wishing her son would stop crying. When Nora’s family vanished, it was during a moment in which she resented their presence. Laurie’s unborn baby vanished as she was pondering how she didn’t want it. Kevin’s affair vanished. The Department of Sudden Departures seems to take this into account in their questionnaires. Although the show will not answer where the Departed people went, it is indeed implying that a certain amount of resentment was directed towards them — no matter how loved they were.

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She was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on June 22, 1981. She grew up with her one sibling, a younger sister named Lauren. Her parents were both self employed entrepreneurs. She attended Southwest Dekalb High School in Decatur, Georgia. After graduating high school, she studied business information technology at the American InterContinental University in Schaumburg, Illinois.
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Chinese consumers are a finicky bunch. Plenty of American businesses have attempted to break into China, but a mixture of cross-cultural flops, unpredictable and rapid changes in tastes, and tight government regulation has brought down the likes of Home Depot and Best Buy, and thwarted the global do

But when Nicole Meyer, who is a sister of Donald J. Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, played up her relationship with her brother—a flagrant wink-wink-nudge-nudge using the the cachet of the White House—she was tapping into China’s strange Trump love, and something more.

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Why Don't They Hold Hands Often?

Many people have noticed that Donald and Melania Trump do not hold hands in public and rarely show signs of physical affection.

They Hold Hands Sometimes.

It would be ridiculous to say that the two never hold hands. There are plenty of times we see them in public embracing each other and giving each other a kiss.

For The Most Part, They Don't.

For the most part, the couple remains physically separated in the public eye. Take a look at the photos that have been taken of them and you will notice it too.

Body Language.

Patty Wood, a credible body language expert, analyzed the First Couple's body language and has some of her own opinions about why they don't hold hands.

Who Is Patty Wood?

According to the Washington Post, "Patti Wood is the Babe Ruth of body language experts, the gold standard of body language experts."

Patty's Opinion.

Patty says Donald is a powerful man and likes to exude his power and be seen as a leader when he is in public. Holding hands typically shows two people working as a unit.

What Else Could It Be?

She also says he is avoiding being judged about his relationship and it is simply a preference. "Holding hands can communicate so much about an individual and a couple, depending on the position of the hands, who reaches in first, who breaks it first."

The Game of Thrones team is sounding off on President Donald Trump.

Author George R.R. Martin and star Kit Harington slam the Commander-in-Chief in the latest issue of Esquire, which has a cover story on the Jon Snow actor.

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