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if the damn shoe fits...

He assumes everything is about him:


If Obama held press conference each time he saved 800 jobs he would've held 1 every day for 500 days


This was going to be a toon about 2016, but...

Giant - 'Trump-style' rooster figure welcomes Chinese New Year in Taiyuan

A giant rooster figure, sporting a Donald Trump hairstyle, has popped up outside a shopping mall in downtown Taiyuan, north China's Shanxi Province. The designer said the sculpture - heralding the upcoming Chinese Year of the Rooster - was inspired by the American president-elect, by both his iconic hairstyle and gestures. [Photo: qq.com]

TRUMP: "Nobody knows exactly what's going on"


Donald is having a "sad"

Doing my best to disregard the many inflammatory President O statements and roadblocks.Thought it was going to be a smooth transition - NOT!


Or should he be thanking Obama....

... for getting unemployment rate down to 4.6% & getting median household income to rise a record 5.2% last year?


Rockettes dancer: I would rather lose my job than dance for Trump

"I feel like dancing for Trump would be disrespecting the men and women who work with us, the people we care about," she said.

In the shows the group has performed since the announcement, Mary said there have been a lot of empty seats in the audience.

"There aren't usually empty seats the day before Christmas,"
she said.

She added: "Why would they want to pay $100+ for a ticket to support someone who doesn't support all human rights? Women's rights?"

The producers for the Rockettes said last week that the group's members won't be forced to perform at Trump's inauguration. Many groups have declined to perform at the event.

"If I had to lose my job over this, I would. It's too important," Mary told Marie Claire. "And I think the rest of the performing arts community would happily stand behind me."


Clothes make the man


"I would say that 99 of us believe the Russians did this," Graham said.

(CNN)Two of the Senate's most prominent hardliners on Russia are framing the Washington consensus of Russian aggression as free from any disagreement whatsoever -- except from President-elect Donald Trump.

Republicans Lindsey Graham and John McCain, on a trip to Estonia, a Baltic nation threatened by a belligerent Russia, told CNN's Jim Sciutto in an exclusive interview that the matter was settled and that Trump was simply wrong to question the bipartisan agreement.

"There are 100 United States senators. Amy Klobuchar is on this trip with us. She's a Democrat from Minnesota. I would say that 99 of us believe the Russians did this and we're going to do something about it," said Graham, who is planning a hearing with McCain on Russia's interference with US elections. "We're going to put sanctions together that hit Putin as an individual and his inner circle for interfering in our election, and they're doing it all over the world -- not just in the United States."

McCain, Graham and Kloubuchar are also headed to Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Georgia and Montenegro to meet with officials about the Russian threat. The intelligence community has formally blamed the Kremlin for interfering in the most recent presidential election, using sophisticated hacking schemes and cyber intrusions to expose the emails of Democratic Party officials.

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