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Current location: London, UK
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Has Dumpie lost Drudge?

Lots of talk about this recently. I would note that the current headline is “ISIS Revival” something directly attributable to Trumpie.

The Return of Richard Nixon

An interesting glimpse into US history in which Rose Mary Woods makes a cameo appearance.

Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose

1972





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2019


Forget the bad week, Dumpie is having a very, very bad day

- Shell games with border wall funding halted
- Appellate Court orders release of taxes
- Yovanovitch defies WH/State Department orders to not appear

You'd have to ask Rudy.

Putting on the Ritz (or Trump): Lunch with Rudy

The two (Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman) had lunch with Mr. Giuliani at the Trump International Hotel in Washington on Wednesday, according to a person who was in the hotel and saw the three together.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/two-foreign-born-men-who-helped-giuliani-on-ukraine-arrested-on-campaign-finance-charges-11570714188

Did Crazy Rudy buy their one-way tickets out?

I hate going back to the U.S.: This 69-year-old left Utah for Portugal, where you can live well

on $2,000 a month

Tricia Pimental has lived in more than a dozen places, including New York, California, Florida, New Hampshire, Nevada and Utah — but it’s Portugal that’s currently captured her heart.
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The cost: Tricia says that, in general in Portugal, you could spend about one-third to one-quarter of what you would in the U.S., depending on where you live. Cities, including Lisbon, are pricey, but in the countryside “you can easily get by on $2,000 a month,” she says.

She and Keith — who just acquired another home across the street from their quinta, too — spend more, she says, estimating that they drop about $3,500 a month. That’s because they often travel and recently bought a car, which she says is costly to do in Portugal — and fuel is expensive on top of that. Tricia says internet and phone costs come to a little under $100 a month, and groceries cost $400 to $500 a month. Wine is particularly inexpensive, she says, adding that for about $5 you can get a really good table wine that you might pay $15 for in the U.S. A fair budget for entertainment might be $200 to $300 a month, she says, and you can rent a small house for about $350 to $400 a month.
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/i-hate-going-back-to-the-us-this-69-year-old-left-utah-for-portugal-where-you-can-live-well-on-2000-a-month-2019-10-09

Former Trumpie Strategist finds his level and true calling

Dr. Sebastian Gorka is now hawking pain pills on the teevee.

Breaking: Two Giuliani Ukraine associates arrested on campaign finance charges

Had dinner with Dumpie (I wonder if they only got one scoop) and breakfast with Donnie Jr.

Trump Urged Top Aide to Help Giuliani Client Facing DOJ Charges

President Donald Trump pressed then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to help persuade the Justice Department to drop a criminal case against an Iranian-Turkish gold trader who was a client of Rudy Giuliani, according to three people familiar with the 2017 meeting in the Oval Office.

Tillerson refused, arguing it would constitute interference in an ongoing investigation of the trader, Reza Zarrab, according to the people. They said other participants in the Oval Office were shocked by the request.

Tillerson immediately repeated his objections to then-Chief of Staff John Kelly in a hallway conversation just outside the Oval Office, emphasizing that the request would be illegal. Neither episode has been previously reported, and all of the people spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the conversations.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-10-09/trump-urged-top-aide-to-help-giuliani-client-facing-doj-charges


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