Saturday, July 23, 2016

Does Donald Trump Love Ivanka Just A Little Too Much?

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Here is a video making the Internet rounds right now. It is taken from the just concluded Republican National Convention, and I thought I'd post it here for you to check out. What you need to remember is Ivanka Trump is not this guy's wife. It is his daughter.

In an article just published on the Us Magazine website (link), body language expert Patti Wood describes the above action this way:

When it comes to Donald’s hug with Ivanka, who introduced the real-estate tycoon turned politician at Thursday night’s gathering, Wood tells Us that his hand placement was inappropriate. As viewers witnessed, the business mogul showed his appreciation for his daughter’s glowing statements by kissing her cheeks and then placing his hands on her lower hips.

“He patted her in a sexually dismissive way. That repetitive pat with open hands on that location is usually a set of body language cues to say, ‘The sex with you, it was good,’ or, ‘That was fun sexual play,’” Wood says. “I want to be clear that is not even a pat you would give to a child under the age of 5. You would pat them higher up on the back.”

Since Donald’s strange hugs with his wife and daughter (whom he shares with ex-wife Ivana Trump) aired on national television, many have taken to social media to share their opinions about the physical contact.

“Daddy Donald was more (inappropriately) affectionate to Ivanka than to Melania,” one viewer tweeted, while another sniped, “Donald grabs Ivanka's ass gave [Melania a] weird friend zone hug.”

Here is another video that explores this awkward Trump father/daughter dynamic. The generational viewpoint is interesting as well.

Video clip here.

Also this. Donald Trump speculating about a potential Playboy Magazine pictorial of his daughter on The View. Does he really say he would have sex with her?

Video click here.
Pretty much. Here is the quote. 


Perhaps that is all just a little unfortunate? 

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90 comments:

  1. Disturbing article:

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/06/30/the-billionaire-pedophile-who-could-bring-down-donald-trump-and-hillary-clinton.html

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    1. Equally disturbing is this RAPE lawsuit of a 13 year old girl against Donald Trump filed last month in a Federal court in New York City:

      https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/2921127-Complaint.html

      Kind of wondering if it's true and why it hasn't come out in the media much. I remember when the Bill Cosby thing came out, I was thinking "no way;" but then more women began coming out.

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    2. Look at page 6 of the lawsuit against Trump:

      "Trump stated that Plaintiff shouldn't ever say anything if she didn't want to disappear like Maria, a 12-year-old female that was forced to be involved in the third incident with Trump that Plaintiff had not seen since that third incident."

      Any ideas on what may have happened to 12-year-old Maria?

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    3. So Cosby, the oh so great Bill Clinton and now Trump: All accused of rape. Cosby will go down, Clinton has received a pass and Trump? Who knows. All of the articles I read seem to believe the woman in Florida. As for the 13 year old? Am I the only person who wonders what a 13 year old might be doing at that kind of party? I know I'm gonna get a ration of s---. But anyone can cry rape. The minor that went to the Playboy mansion whom Cosby allegedly raped....what was she doing at that party? Do either of these girls have parents? Wasn't Clinton involved with Epstein? And the worst....Trump may have sexual designs on his daughter? Could any of this have happened? Sure. But in the same token, the alternative is to have the woman whose husband has done the same or worse. The ability of people to accept and believe allegations against one man and glorify or excuse another for the same things is really disgusting.

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    4. I am glad that we live in a country where we do not punish a wife for the misdeeds of her husband. Wait a minute.... Maybe we do.

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    5. To 8:54A...Hillary only needs to be"punished" because she sat by, had to know her husband was sexual fiend and did nothing about it. He was a seated President. Blame her? How could you not wonder about her morality? And the women's libbers support her? Makes no sense to me. I would have more respect for her if she left him. What self-respecting woman could go for that? Maybe one time, but he has had many. It seems all of these politico's take their scenarios from Hollywood. They all seem to be a little skewed!

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    6. 9:47 AM:

      How do you know that she "did nothing about it". It was reported that they both went to counseling to save their marriage. She was apparently able to forgive him and that is all that matters in their marriage. Remember the Christian tradition: Let those who are without sin among us be the first to throw a stone.
      Ethics and morality are not always as simplistic as some might want it to be.

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    7. 9:47
      Are you seriously arguing in favor of the conservative value of divorce? Then Trump is most certainly your man! He has a lot of experience with divorces.

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    8. Someone pointed out that if Donald Happy Hands had picked Newt Gingrich for his running mate we could have ended up with six first ladies.

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    9. @ 8:01: just Google "lolita express." Bill Clinton indeed connected to Jeffrey Epstein. Clinton boarded Epstein's plane at least 26 times to go to Epstein's private island. On some of those flights, he ditched Secret Service agents and went alone. My question is: why?

      Fox News sent Freedom of Information Act requests to the Secret Service regarding Clinton's trip and why Secret Service agents were not brought along. The Secret Service did not reply:

      http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/05/13/flight-logs-show-bill-clinton-flew-on-sex-offenders-jet-much-more-than-previously-known.html

      The Clintons are as dirty as Trump.

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    10. Trump pimped his wife to a skin rag.
      http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/donald-trump-melania-trump-knauss-first-lady-erections

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  2. You have reached a new low!

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    1. Blame the messenger much?

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    2. I agree. So when are we going to hear about the real escapades of the other candidate and her family. Oh, I remember that's different.

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    3. You mean the same stuff we have heard ad nauseum for the last 25 years? Ask Roger Ailes.

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    4. This kind of angst on the thread is inevitable when National politics is discussed.

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    5. It is very cathartic.

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    6. I thought the hits on the Trump women on Thursday was awful, but today the Tattler managed to bring out the worst ofthe worst. Goodby Tattler until after the election.

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    7. Sounds like you're going to get behind on your reading.

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    8. Having a pervert dad in the house is not the fault of the Trump women, 11:10. They are the victims. Strange world you live in.

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    9. It is always the woman's fault.

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  3. Donald has always liked younger women. And one, that from his narsicisstic view, that looks a bit like him, well, that's a real bonus.

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    1. Looking at all those people makes me wish I invested in blond hair dye.

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  4. Donald Trump has the hallmarks of a sociopath:

    1. Callous unconcern for the feelings of others.
    2. Gross and persistent attitude of irresponsibility and disregard for social norms, and obligations.
    3. Incapacity to maintain enduring relationships, though having no difficulty in establishing them.
    4. Very low tolerance to frustration, a low threshold for discharge of aggression, including violence.
    5. Incapacity to experience guilt or to profit from experience, particularly punishment.
    6. Markedly prone to blame others or to offer plausible rationalization for the behavior that has brought the person into conflict with society.

    Like other sociopath, he would make a really great dictator. And because of his disregard to social norms (point 2), he does not care (point 1), what we think about his behavior.

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  5. Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he has always had money. He would not know or care about us commoners. The saying I think of is divide and conquer. The question is who sent him to divide our country like this.

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    1. His instincts and his desire for power told him to divide and conquer. He does not need anybody else to tell him that.

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    2. In this case the divide and conquer targets are his daughter and wife.

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    3. ... third wife, to be correct.

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  6. Forget politics, I would not want that man around my daughter. America has fallen to a new low.

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  7. People are not voting for Trump, they are voting against Hillery, period.

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    1. Donald Trump might be one of the few candidates who ran this year who could get Hillary elected.

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    2. Vote third party. The two major parties no longer deserve your vote.

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    3. Good Gary Johnson article.
      The GOP Is a Dying Party. That’s Why I’m Running Against Trump.
      http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/07/trump-vp-gary-johnson-bill-weld-libertarian-214069#ixzz4FFD3AQ3o

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    4. That is part of the problem: the educational level of the masses. Apparently, we cannot even expect a voter to be able to spell the name of a candidate correctly.

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    5. Trump has locked down the nut vote.

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    6. why to you keep spelling her name like that every day?

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    7. More GOP bailing: http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/2016/07/22/vice-chair-of-d-c-gop-to-resign-over-trump-nomination.html?via=desktop&source=copyurl
      The vice chairman of the Washington, D.C., GOP party plans to resign from his post and vote for libertarian candidate Gary Johnson in November, the longtime Republican operative told The Daily Beast. Gary Teal, a delegate at the Republican convention, said he had already told fellow delegates that he will resign. “If I’m not going to vote for the nominee, then I have to resign my position,” Teal said. “I’m prepared to do that.” Three additional delegates from Washington, D.C., joined Teal to announce their support for the libertarian candidate. Justin Dillon, Kris Hammond, and Peter Lee—who were wearing #NeverTrump buttons—spoke to The Daily Beast in the hallway of Quicken Loans Arena, just minutes after Donald Trump finished his keynote speech on Thursday night.

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  8. All who knee-jerk fear the S word while gladly cashing their social security checks, accepting medicare, and using the nation's socially provided infrastructure are to blame for the choice we will have to make in November.

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    1. Some of Donald Trump's positions (anti-trade, foreign policy, universal health care) are much more to the left than Hillary Clinton's. He is also an open supporter of LGBTQ rights and all the people who have been left behind.

      With his third marriage, he is also not particularly conservative in his life style. Who would have thought that it is the conservative party in the US who competes with France in terms of nakedness of the wife's presidential candidates? Carla Bruni vs. Melania Trump.

      It seems to me that socialism has already conquered the GOP.

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    2. I don't know about you, 6:59AM, but I paid for my Medicare. There has not been a time since the 60's, while I worked that the government didn't take a hefty chunk from my pay.

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    3. 7:30 Unless you die prematurely, you will receive way more in social security and medicare than you put in, even adjusted for inflation and any interest you could have received on the money.

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  9. In A Party Full Of Cowards, Cruz Stood Apart
    http://thefederalist.com/2016/07/21/in-a-party-full-of-cowards-cruz-stood-apart/

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    1. stood apart as the biggest loser

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    2. At least Cruz keeps his hands off his children

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    3. The standards for politicians these days are lower than they used to be.

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  10. Listen to Trumps acceptance speech. If you like Venezuela, well, you're gonna love the USA in a couple of years.

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    1. Especially the Rolling Stones song played at the end: You can't always get what you want, but you'll get what you need.

      So, I guess the Donald will be deciding just what it is we all " need" and then he'll provide that. Sounds like tyranny to me.

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    2. Trump’s doom-and-gloom speech probably did sound better in the original German.

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  11. That weird creepy video is showing up al over the world.
    http://www.india.com/news/world/donald-trumps-daughter-ivanka-trump-delivers-impressive-speech-but-people-angry-about-his-inappropriate-touching-of-her-hips-watch-video-1352080/

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  12. These same small minded people condemed Michael Jackson. Funny how not a single accuser has challenged his estate for more money.

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    1. Re Michael Jackson: They all got what they wanted, and, if his attorneys were smart they made them sign non-disclosure agreements. Nothing funny or even surprising here, in my opinion.

      I agree with you that the openly displayed sexual attraction of Trump to his daughter Ivanka challenges the prudish attitudes of a large portion of this great nation. But the real challenge is the danger that he may get elected and be the despot he promised to be.

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    2. 8:50, you think it's "prudish" for a father to be sexually attracted to his daughter? God forbid you have any children.

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    3. It's the code of the hills.

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    4. If things don't work out for The Donald this fall he could always buy a kilt and move to Sierra Madre.

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    5. I wonder how Matheson is doing. Quite a lesson in how child pornography devotees are treated. I am saddened and surprised that there were never any repercussions for him.

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    6. 10:44
      No, I don't think it is "prudish for a father to be sexually attracted to his daughter". What an astonishing misrepresentation of my statement!

      The opposite is true: I think it is obvious (and not even ambiguous as the Moderator has suggested) that Trump is sexually attracted to his daughter. I do not think though that he has acted on this desire beyond touching her hips. He has plenty of beauty pageants that he can satisfy his sexual urges with. And once, Melania has reached menopause, he will just divorce her as he has done with his previous wives.

      My point is that this is the smaller problem that this nation has: Trump being the despotic president that he promises to be is far worse than him touching her hips in public.
      If it helps you to come to the right decision that Trump is NOT an acceptable president of the United States, you can focus on this small aspect. I prefer to look at the bigger picture and there is much more to be alarmed by than this.

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  13. We both have been paying taxes since the 60's and when you run the numbers I will never collect what I have paid in. I paid for Social Security and All My Taxes, I am not getting a free ride, I have more than paid my share. Not true 8:13, let me find those numbers or if someone has them please post.

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  14. Who told you you would get your taxes back 8:45? Your income and other taxes help pay for our infrastructure, including roads, water, sewers, electric grid, communications, airports, policing, fire, hospitals, national defense, etc. etc., that you any everyone else uses everyday.

    You likely will get more in social security and medicare than you paid in.

    http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/planning-to-retire/2011/01/06/will-you-get-back-your-social-security-taxes-in-retirement

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  15. But back to Trump: One heckofa sick trust fund baby he is.

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  16. Remember, not only did you contribute to Social Security but your employer did too. It totaled 15% of your income before taxes. If you averaged only $30K over your working life, that's close to $220,500.






    If you calculate the future value of $4,500 per year (yours & your employer's contribution) at a simple 5% (less than what the government pays on the money that it borrows), after 49 years of working you'd have $892,919.98.






    If you took out only 3% per year, you'd receive $26,787.60 per year and it would last better than 30 years (until you're 95 if you retire at age 65) and that's with no interest paid on that final amount on deposit! If you bought an annuity and it paid 4% per year, you'd have a lifetime income of $2,976.40 per month.

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  17. Seems like the Tattler is taking a new direction. Are we going the tabloid route? Do ya need the money from ads that badly? I have a bet with a couple of readers that ya won't print this. We have 10.00 riding on this.

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    1. 9:52, pretty wide of the mark....the Tattler has always been a service to the community. Blogger is free, the brilliant Mod writes for free, people send him information for free...but maybe in your case, he'll make an exception.
      What's your product?

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    2. You see ads on this page, Cyclops? How many bets you taking today?

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    3. 10:10AM The Tattler has only involved himself in local matters. Now he covers national. I just wonder why? There are enough places that have national blogs. That's what made The Tattler special. And 10:11, brainless would be a great name for you. Of course there are no ads! Who would pay a local blogger? But national is a whole other story! You get the big bucks! And seein as how the mod has no income....just saying.

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    4. Just giving the people what they want. If I had posted about next week's city council meeting I'd have gotten 20 comments and 1,500 hits. Post about Trump squeezing his daughter's fanny? The roof blows off. If you don't like what I post, what are you doing here?

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    5. Touchy aren't you. We like you best when you stick to local news. Anyone can write about sleeze in national politics. Only you can hit the nail on the head about local stuff. Don't tell me you have run out of dirt in the San Gabriel Valley.

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    6. Unfortunately the dirt as you call it doesn't end at the San Gabriel Valley. It goes all the way to the top. Or, depending on your perspective, the bottom.

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    7. The bottom. As for 12:21, he or she is probably a Trump supporter.

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    8. Trump is a traitor.
      http://talkingpointsmemo.com/edblog/trump-putin-yes-it-s-really-a-thing

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    9. Not a Trump supporter, just someone who likes to see some civility in this little hamlet of ours.

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    10. Go read Bill Coburn's site.

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  18. If you averaged $30K per year over your working life, that's close to $180,000 invested in Social Security.

    If you calculate the future value of your monthly invest-ment in social security ($375/month, including both you and your employers contributions) at a meager 1% interest rate compounded monthly, after 40 years of working you'd have more than $1.3+ million dollars saved!

    This is your personal investment. Upon retirement, if you took out only 3% per year, you'd receive $39,318 per year, or $3,277 per month.

    That's almost three times more than today's average Social Security benefit of $1,230 per month, according to the Social Security Administration. (Google it – it’s a fact).

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    1. You forgot Medicare in your calculations. A single day in the intensive care unit comes down to 10,000 USD. And the last year of one's life is usually the most expensive in terms of medical costs.

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  19. I did see that weird hip touching after her speech, and I'm glad to find out others noticed it, too. I thought maybe I was over reacting, but it was a strange place for a father to put his hands.

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  20. The trump women are obviously bought and paid for. Trump can do whatever he wants with his own property.

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  21. This family has no problem with the step mother's nude photo shoot for GQ, and no problem with bantering about a daughter being in Playboy.
    Add this to Trump's qualifications to be Emperor during the last days of the empire.

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  22. Glenn Beck: “I’m probably going to vote for Gary Johnson”
    http://reason.com/blog/2016/07/23/glenn-beck-im-probably-going-to-vote-for

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    1. I really want to follow him!

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  23. Hillery, Hillary, Haller; what does it matter. I want to understand why she continues to wear Monica blue pantsuits? Conjures up all sorts of oval office back door deals. I am sure Chelsy received counciling since Monica was younger than her. Daddy daughter issues? Then there's the Lola's and Lolita's; i wonder if Hillery will keep him out if the oval office? Her VP wannabe Hispanic could assist with island translations if he and little Willy fly lear jet to "the" island. Ok, returning the volley of insults back to your corner.

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  24. I would like to know next weeks Council Agenda.

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    1. http://cityofsierramadre.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_212309/File/City%20Council%20Meeting%20Agenda%202016-0726.pdf

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    2. Look at the planning commission applicants. In the staff report.

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  25. Perhaps the Secret Service code names for Trump and Hilarie should be Sodom and Gomorrah.

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    1. Exactly which man or woman (or boy or girl) has Hillary had inappropriate sexual contacts with?

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    2. No point, 6:21, though I admire you for trying.
      With many Trump supporters there is no ability to communicate referencing facts. They live in a dramatic world of powerful emotions that make true what they feel is true.
      The brain is not involved, except to serve as a mechanism to twist whatever information comes in to support their self-validating feelings.
      Pretty grim.

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  26. Huma do you mean?

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  27. "Trump stated that Plaintiff shouldn't ever say anything if she didn't want to disappear like Maria, a 12-year-old female that was forced to be involved in the third incident with Trump that Plaintiff had not seen since that third incident."

    Any ideas on what may have happened to 12-year-old Maria?

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