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  1. Nick Jack Pappas @Pappiness 4h4 hours ago Trump believes Marshawn Lynch should be suspended from his job, but Alabama's Roy Moore, a sexual predator, can still run for his.
  2. Cattle are an endangered species?
  3. Kyle Griffin‏ @kylegriffin1 2h2 hours ago Leigh Corfman on Roy Moore to NBC: "He took me to his home... He basically laid out some blankets on the floor of his living room and proceeded to seduce me... He touched me over my clothing, what was left of it. And he tried to get me to touch him as well." NBC: How do you think that interaction [with Roy Moore] affected your life? Leigh Corfman: "It took away a lot of the specialness of interactions with men. It took some trust away... It took years for me to regain a sense of confidence in myself. And I felt guilty." NBC: Roy Moore denies these allegations and further says he does not even know you. Leigh Corfman: I wonder how many 'me's he doesn't know.
  4. The President takes aim at Marshawn Lynch. Donald J. Trump‏ @realDonaldTrump 3h3 hours ago Marshawn Lynch of the NFL’s Oakland Raiders stands for the Mexican Anthem and sits down to boos for our National Anthem. Great disrespect! Next time NFL should suspend him for remainder of season. Attendance and ratings way down.
  5. https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nba/cavaliers/2017/11/19/lebron-james-colin-kaepernick-blackballed-nfl/879331001/
  6. Gavin Newsom‏ @GavinNewsom 1h1 hour ago Can’t believe I have to type these words: A president should never be willing to leave US citizens in a foreign jail of a non-democratic regime solely because they aren’t praising him enough.
  7. CaptainsLog2017 ?? ?‏ @CaptainsLog2017 8h8 hours ago Everytime you turn on a water faucet, flick on a light switch, grab something out of the fridge, or even flush a toilet... think about the Americans in #PuertoRico that Donald Trump has chosen to leave behind
  8. Daniel Dale‏ @ddale8 13m13 minutes ago With the Ball tweets, Trump is combining two of his favourite race themes: black people are criminals, black people are ungrateful.
  9. Brian Krassenstein ?‏ @krassenstein 3h3 hours ago LaVar Ball was able to brilliantly troll the President of the United States into mentioning him by name, likely leading to tens of millions in Big Baller Brand sales. Now I can understand how easy it was for Putin to manipulate this man-child.
  10. Ted Lieu‏ @tedlieu 3h3 hours ago Dear @realDonaldTrump: As public servants, we help people because it is the right thing to do, not because we want to be praised for it. Also, the US President should never wish for Americans to be locked up in a foreign jail.
  11. Dude, let it go... Donald J. Trump‏ @realDonaldTrump 3m3 minutes ago Shoplifting is a very big deal in China, as it should be (5-10 years in jail), but not to father LaVar. Should have gotten his son out during my next trip to China instead. China told them why they were released. Very ungrateful!
  12. Ari Gilberg‏ @arigilberg 3m3 minutes ago Nathan Peterman has five interceptions in one half of football today. Fun fact: That’s one more interception than Colin Kaepernick had in 331 attempts ALL OF LAST SEASON. But Colin Kaepernick isn’t talented enough to be in the NFL, right?
  13. Same guy who starts Trump threads and then deletes them when they are no longer a safe space for Trump supporters.
  14. Maggie Haberman‏Verified account @maggieNYT 2h2 hours ago Maggie Haberman Retweeted Donald J. Trump US president says he should have left US citizens imprisoned by non-democratic regime because the family didn’t acknowledge him personally
  15. More on Panama from ThinkProgress: https://thinkprogress.org/ivankas-real-estate-deals-corruption-33f65f778d0f/ Ivanka’s signature real estate deals were disasters linked to drug cartels and money laundering The president’s daughter has been at the center of a pair of the presidential projects tied most closely to grand corruption. [...] Panamanian Paper The president’s and his daughter’s Panamanian construct, Trump Ocean Beach, was once described by Ivanka as her family’s “largest project in all of the Americas.” In a report published last week, Global Witness details how the building to which Trump leased his name helped launder “proceeds from Colombian cartels’ narcotics trafficking.” And as Global Witness found, Donald Trump himself “was one of the beneficiaries” of such laundering practices. Information available from a bonds sales prospectus revealed that the Trump Organization would see revenue from every unit sold at Trump Ocean Club. Even if Trump and Ivanka were somehow unaware that the building served as a spigot for laundering cartel cash, it would have been difficult to miss the signs that Trump Ocean Club — set up during the years that Panama came into its own as an offshore haven — was being used for money laundering on a massive scale. There were several obvious signs that Trump Ocean Club was laundering cash: 1 - Many of the units were purchased in cash, an easy means of obscuring payments. According to the lawyer for a convicted fraudster — a criminal who acted as a “key player” in laundering drug money at Trump Ocean Club, per Global Witness — the cash that purchased the Trump Ocean Club units found its way to Panama via “mules” crossing the border from Colombia. 2 - Numerous units were purchased in bulk, a common practice behind money laundering. 3 - Numerous units were purchased via anonymous, untraceable shell companies, dozens of which contained “Trump” in their names. Anonymous shell companies, as real estate brokers from Seattle to New York to London can attest, remain one of the most popular means of laundering ill-gotten gains. 4 - Some purchases were even conducted via “bearer shares,” according to sources. “Bearer shares,” in which the holder of a certain piece of paper is the literal holder of the related share, remain so notoriously linked to money laundering that they’ve been outlawed in jurisdictions like the Bahamas, the United Kingdom, and — as of 2013, after the bulk sales at Trump Ocean Club — Panama. As with other assorted Trump properties, including those in South Florida, many of the clientele in Panama were among the wealthiest actors from Russia — a reality that may have piqued the interest of special prosecutor Robert Mueller. Some of the buyers, according to those interviewed by Global Witness, were connected to Russia’s mafia underworld, a type of client familiar to Trump. But if these glaring signs weren’t enough, a Reuters investigation also found that Alexandre Henrique Ventura Nogueira, the building’s primary broker, admitted that he offered money laundering among his services. “When I was in Panama I was regularly laundering money for more than a dozen companies,” said Ventura Nogueira, who was arrested in Panama a few years ago on charges of forgery and fraud. According to Reuters, Ventura Nogueira worked closely with Ivanka on the Panamanian project, meeting with her at least 10 times. Ventura Nogueira told the publication that Ivanka was “ultimately responsible for all aspects of the [Trump Ocean Club] licensing deal for the Trump Organization.” The building, added Global Witness, came with Ivanka’s “personal touch.” [...]