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Taking It in the Trump: Everything the President Did This Week (March 19, 2017)

As Trump's carousel of corruption starts to spin faster, the most vulnerable Americans will be the first thrown aside.

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The photo pictured above was taken by Jim Bourg for Reuters 

As we slowly crawl out from under the second month of Donald Trump's reign (yeah, it's only been two months...), the country has been left with more questions than answers about the divisive Commander-in-Chief and his controversial administration. With an endless barrage of potential corruption and questionable moves to trudge through, it's almost impossible to figure out what's a distraction and what vital news could help lead to Trump's demise. MERRY JANE has been sludging through the shit on a weekly basis, aiming to bring you the most important headlines (along with some much-needed comic relief) regarding the spray-tanned demagogue and his cronies. Needless to say, our dirty laundry list has gotten longer and longer each week... 

(Wire) Tapping Away At The Truth

Trump’s Reprised Travel Ban Fails In Court (Again)

GOP Healthcare Proves to Leave the Most Vulnerable Out to Dry

Trump’s Tax Faucet Starts To Leak

Trump’s Budget (Or, How I Tricked America Into Building the Wall)

Sessions Claims Cannabis is “Only Slightly Less Awful” Than Heroin

Donald Trump vs. The Doggfather 

 

@snoopdogg is a Fuckin Legend u Fucking Tangerine Tanned Muskrat scrotum skin, Lacefront Possum fur Wig wearing, Alternative fact,Atomic Dog diarrhea face ass man!!!! Leave our legends names out ya fuckin old ass puppy piss smelling ass mouth & continue to focus on dividing minorities,building barriers, alienating immigrants, &fuckin this country up like u been doin.... #UWannaBeDictator #PresidentialLevelFuckBoy

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Stirring Trouble Around the Globe

“It’s fitting that we gather here each year to celebrate St. Patrick and his legacy. He too of course was an immigrant. And though he is, of course, the patron saint of Ireland, for many people around the globe he’s also a symbol of — indeed the patron of — immigrants,” Kenny said.

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