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 LLove2LaughToo
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Comrade Trump tweets this morning that the school shooter was mentally disturbed, but as I recall, a year ago today, he signed a bill revoking regulations for people with mental illness to buy a gun. What a hypocrite.


Trump Signs Bill Revoking Obama-Era Gun Checks for People With Mental Illnesses

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/trump-signs-bill-revoking-obama-era-gun-checks-people-mental-n727221
 chameleonf
Joined: 12/22/2008
Msg: 4727
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What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 1:07:02 PM

Trump's one greatest accomplishment: He saved us from Hillary Clinton!!!!

Ah yes - saved from cold manure and stuck with hot manure. Trouble is, the hot manure is 10 times more odiferous in oh so many ways and attracts all kinds of flies that like to eat up that pile of crap.
 HawkingJr
Joined: 4/16/2007
Msg: 4728
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What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 1:48:43 PM
Believe it or not, I try to be fair about Trump – I mean, surely he has some policies I can support – surely he has the best of intentions for the country with some of them even if I don’t support them. Then I read something like this:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/3-trump-properties-posted-144-openings-for-seasonal-jobs-only-one-went-to-a-us-worker/ar-BBJ52Cb?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=ientp

***“America First” doesn’t seem to apply to the president’s own businesses.

President Donald Trump's businesses don’t seem too concerned about “America First."

A Vox analysis of hiring records for seasonal workers at three Trump properties in New York and Florida revealed that only one out of 144 jobs went to a US worker from 2016 to the end of 2017. Foreign guest workers with H-2B visas got the rest.

The H-2B visa program allows seasonal, non-agricultural employers — like hotels and ski resorts — to hire foreign workers when they can’t find American ones. >The Trump administration temporarily expanded this guest-worker program in 2017 while restricting other avenues of legal immigration, including the H-1B program for high-skilled workers.<

The Trump Organization is exactly the kind of company that relies on the H-2B visa program for low-skilled workers.

Vox reviewed recruiting files submitted to the US Department of Labor for twoTrump properties in Florida (including Mar-a-Lago) and one in New York from the start of 2016 through the end of 2017. In that period, hiring managers said they were able to find and hire only one qualified American worker — a cook — for 144 open positions for servers, cooks, housekeepers, and bartenders.***

Would some Trump worshipper please explain this one to me. PLEASE. Particularly, how is this not an abuse of power for self-gain? How is this not a violation of his commitment to his xenophobe supporters to restrict all forms of immigration? And hasn’t he been going on and on about the need for immigration to be limited to high skills workers? Like cooks and servers and maids at his hotels?

The man literally had a United States government department restrict all guest-worker programs except the single one that benefitted him... which he expanded.

Trump worshippers, again: please explain. In particularly, how this is not CORRUPTION.
 Aprilikeswhiterosas
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 4729
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 3:35:17 PM

Trump worshippers, again: please explain.


I only worship GOD.!
By the way you asked, I should ignore your Q, but today I am feeling kind of "April, The Great Philanthropist".:)..So here is your answer.


The man literally had a United States government department restrict all guest-worker programs except the single one that benefitted him... which he expanded.....please explain. In particularly, how this is not CORRUPTION.


Written by
Tim Fernholz. 2013

It might seem surprising, but giving millions of illegal immigrants a chance at American citizenship is apparently less controversial than giving temporary work visas to a few hundred thousand.

This week President Barack Obama and a bipartisan group of US senators both proposed immigration reform plans that involve a path to citizenship for people already in America without papers.
The senators, however, also endorsed a new program for agricultural guest workers; the president OBAMA did not.

That’s because guest worker programs are controversial.
Many Americans wrongly worry that they drive down wages for everyone else.

Some worry about the rights of the guest workers themselves; the bracero program that brought Mexican workers to the US from the 1940s to 1960s still has a mixed history. But they’re not controversial among many economists, who say they provide better help to poor countries and their citizens than direct aid, and boost US economic growth. Nor are they controversial on American farms, where three out of every four workers are immigrants.

The senators have proposed a plan that improves on the current H2A agricultural guest worker visa, which is so poorly designed that even though there is no cap on the number that can be issued, it is only used by about 5% of seasonal agricultural workers—many are hired from the black market, driving up the demand for undocumented immigrants.

The H2A was supposedly created to allow guest workers but “was designed to stand in the way of farmers,” by populist politicians, Clemens says. The bureaucracy is intense and expensive, and farmers must pay foreign laborers above the US minimum wage.

Moreover, workers who participate face serious abuses, often because the program permanently links them to a single employer, giving them little power to demand their rights.

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PS
SEE? You should get informed before you trash talk the president TRUMP.!! DO you understand now why the president's decision is NOT CORRUMPTION?



 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 4730
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 3:52:52 PM

SEE? You should get informed before you trash talk the president TRUMP.!! DO you understand now why the president's decision is NOT CORRUMPTION?



Bawahahahahahahahahahahah!

Another uber-conservative posting part of a cherry picked article without a link...the sad things is these miscreants don't know that their article can be readily accessed.....so, let's look at the rest of that 2013 article:



That’s because guest worker programs are controversial. Many Americans wrongly worry that they drive down wages for everyone else. Some worry about the rights of the guest workers themselves; the bracero program that brought Mexican workers to the US from the 1940s to 1960s still has a mixed history. But they’re not controversial among many economists, who say they provide better help to poor countries and their citizens than direct aid, and boost US economic growth. Nor are they controversial on American farms, where three out of every four workers are immigrants.

Still, the last time the US tried this immigration two-step—recognizing everyone already in the country, and then closing the door behind them—in 1986, it didn’t work that well. Many undocumented immigrants didn’t sign up for naturalization, and the door wasn’t really closed. Employers still needed immigrant labor, and were able to get it. The number of undocumented immigrants increased from 3 million in 1986 to 11 million today, about two million of whom are in there to work on farms.

Indeed, the senators recognize in their framework that “to prevent future waves of illegal immigration a humane and effective system needs to be created for these immigrant workers to enter the country and find employment without seeking the aid of human traffickers or drug cartels.”

A guest-worker program would be “absolutely far and away the biggest determinant of the unauthorized immigrant population a few years from now,” Michael Clemens, a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development, says. By contrast, he says, whether or not there’s a path to citizenship for those already in America “is absolutely least important” in determining how many undocumented migrants the country will have.

The senators have proposed a plan that improves on the current H2A agricultural guest worker visa, which is so poorly designed that even though there is no cap on the number that can be issued, it is only used by about 5% of seasonal agricultural workers—many others are hired from the black market, driving up the demand for undocumented immigrants.

The H2A was supposedly created to allow guest workers but “was designed to stand in the way of farmers,” by populist politicians, Clemens says. The bureaucracy is intense and expensive, and farmers must pay foreign laborers above the US minimum wage. Moreover, workers who participate face serious abuses, often because the program permanently links them to a single employer, giving them little power to demand their rights.

Under the new framework, guest workers could come to the US on a regular basis to work and be fully documented. More importantly, repeat guest workers could eventually apply for citizenship.

Success will depend on whether or not the system both protects workers and reduces the obstacles to hiring them that make farmers turn to the black market. It will also depend on a complementary system to monitor visa overstays and employment verification, and probably on close cooperation with the Mexican government, whose citizens account for the bulk of US migrant labor.

Other countries are doing this successfully. Canada has a seasonal guest-worker program that brings 20,000 workers to the country each year, and Australia has one, begun four years ago, that will bring 1,600 workers to the country this year. New Zealand’s guest-worker partnership with Pacific Island countries like Tonga is highly regarded. All have low illegal overstay rates, suggesting that such programs can be run better than they have in the past—though America’s would, of course, have to be much bigger.

The risk is that without a way to answer demand for seasonal agricultural workers, this round of comprehensive immigration reform will fail, just as it did in 1986—though the risk is slightly smaller today, since these agricultural laborers are now a smaller share of the total undocumented population.

On the other hand, Clemens points out, it’s not just about farmhands. Guest workers could work in construction or child care, too, and deserve the opportunity to do so legally. But given today’s political environment, a more humane and effective program for farmworkers alone would be a major upgrade.


What this uber-conservative has tried to shield is the author of the article doesn't believe in guestworker or H2A programs, because they result gluing the worker to the employer with little ability to seek employment elsewhere.

And yes, president tRump is attempting to use H2A to create competetive advantages for his businesses.
 Aprilikeswhiterosas
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 4731
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 4:00:16 PM
***CORRUPTION***

Fixing it:):)

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 Aprilikeswhiterosas
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 4732
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 4:23:15 PM
Psst..Excuse me Sir.
You missed the first part, but I'm such a good person that I'm posting it for you. in black.

Written by
Tim Fernholz. 2013

It might seem surprising, but giving millions of illegal immigrants a chance at American citizenship is apparently less controversial than giving temporary work visas to a few hundred thousand.

This week President Barack Obama and a bipartisan group of US senators both proposed immigration reform plans that involve a path to citizenship for people already in America without papers.


The senators, however, also endorsed a new program for agricultural guest workers; THE PRESIDENT OBAMA DID NOT.
That’s because guest worker programs are controversial.
Many Americans wrongly worry that they drive down wages for everyone else.




Some worry about the rights of the guest workers themselves; the bracero program that brought Mexican workers to the US from the 1940s to 1960s still has a mixed history. But they’re not controversial among many economists, who say they provide better help to poor countries and their citizens than direct aid, and boost US economic growth. Nor are they controversial on American farms, where three out of every four workers are immigrants.

The senators have proposed a plan that improves on the current H2A agricultural guest worker visa, which is so poorly designed that even though there is no cap on the number that can be issued, it is only used by about 5% of seasonal agricultural workers—many are hired from the black market, driving up the demand for undocumented immigrants.

The H2A was supposedly created to allow guest workers but “was designed to stand in the way of farmers,” by populist politicians, Clemens says. The bureaucracy is intense and expensive, and farmers must pay foreign laborers above the US minimum wage.

Moreover, workers who participate face serious abuses, often because the program permanently links them to a single employer, giving them little power to demand their rights.


------------
PS
SEE? You should get informed before you trash talk the president TRUMP.!! DO you understand now why the president's decision is NOT CORRUPTION?




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 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 4733
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 4:44:00 PM
I'm so sorry you've missed the dramatic shift on immigration reform that has been proposed by your president. president tRump is now hinging immigration reform: DACA/Dreamer reform on chain migration, diversity lottery, H2A visa reform, and a wall. All non-starters that have nothing to do with DACA...get ready for the president to shut down any chance to do the humane thing with Dreamers.
 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 4734
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 4:55:42 PM
Looks like president tRump is proposing non-starters to the G(rab)O(other peoples)P(pussies):



The Senate rejected all four immigration proposals brought to the Senate floor Thursday afternoon, dimming hopes for a breakthrough on immigration anytime soon.

The proposal that failed by the most votes was the one that reflected President Trump's four must-have immigration pillars — a path to citizenship for DREAMers, $25 billion for border security and the wall, an end to the diversity visa lottery program and an end to family-based or "chain migration." That bill, introduced by Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, only received 39 votes to move forward, with 60 votes against its advancement. Eleven of those "nay" votes came from Republicans.

Mr. Trump, who had initially indicated he would sign an immigration proposal that arrived at his desk, later made it clear that he will not sign any legislation without those four components.

"If there was ever a time for presidential leadership, this was it," Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-New York, said from the Senate floor ahead of the final, failed vote.

Bipartisan bills failed, too. A bill from Sens. Mike Rounds, R-South Dakota, Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Angus King, I-Maine, failed to receive the 60 votes it needed to advance, with 54 votes for its advancement and 47 votes against. It would have provided protection for DACA recipients, along with $25 billion in border security funds.

A measure from Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, and Sen. Chris Coons, D-Delaware, failed 52-47. That legislation would have also addressed DACA and border security.

A proposal from Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pennsylvania, to restrict federal funding for sanctuary cities failed, 54-47.

On the Senate floor, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, said this doesn't have to be the end of immigration work. But it's unclear what lies next.

"Now, even though this week has been squandered, this does not have to be the end of our efforts to resolve these matters," McConnell said. "I would encourage members to put away the talking points, to get serious about finding a solution that can actually become law. I remain eager to improve our immigration policy."

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, said he thinks there is still a solution, criticizing the "demagogues" on the left and the right for the failed votes. He also emphasized the need for Mr. Trump to lead.

"Looking ahead, I continue to believe there is a deal to be had on immigration that gives President Trump many of his priorities on the border and relief for the DACA-eligible population," he said in a statement following the failed votes. "I do not believe victory will be achieved by further politicization of this issue. That's the oldest game in the Swamp – blame the other side. There's already enough intensity around immigration. The only way forward is for President Trump to grab the reins and lead us to a solution."


Thank goodness the courts believe the tRump ending of DACA is unconstitutional!!!
 Aprilikeswhiterosas
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 4735
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 5:32:44 PM

Mr. Trump, who had initially indicated he would sign an immigration proposal that arrived at his desk, later made it clear that he will not sign any legislation without those four components.


Please allow me to correct that ^sentence...It goes like this:


Mr. Trump, who had INITIALLY indicated he would sign an immigration proposal that arrived at his desk IF THE LEGISLATION HAVE THOSE FOUR COMPONENTS...........


The president is right.! ....From the beginning He said the components he wanted to be included in the immigration proposal, he's request is not there, well, he won't sign it.! Simple as that.!!





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 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 4736
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 5:44:51 PM
Bawahahahahahahahahahahahahaaha!!!


Please allow me to correct that ^sentence...It goes like this:
Mr. Trump, who had INITIALLY indicated he would sign an immigration proposal that arrived at his desk IF THE LEGISLATION HAVE THOSE FOUR COMPONENTS...........



Unfortunately for you, there is video documentation that shows he did not say that.
 Aprilikeswhiterosas
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 4737
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Posted: 2/15/2018 6:13:42 PM
Here

https://youtu.be/keV96q7YSf4



Ps
I do not like the way you laugh.
If you ask me why? It would be a pleasure to tell you...Lol.!

Good night.!!










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 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 4738
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Posted: 2/15/2018 6:18:25 PM
Bawahahahahahahahahahahaa!

The bipartisan meeting he FIRST held at the White House dispels any other BS he spewed afterwords.


It would be a pleasure tell you.


Is English your second language???
 Aprilikeswhiterosas
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 4739
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Posted: 2/15/2018 6:27:55 PM
^
Actually, it is my THIRD language.!!

ETA

NEVERMIND, who cares.!!!






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 LLove2LaughToo
Joined: 10/25/2017
Msg: 4740
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/15/2018 9:34:29 PM

Msg: 4729
SEE? You should get informed before you trash talk the president TRUMP.!!


You didn't explain how your president is going to make America great again by hiring ONE american worker at his hotels, out 144 open positions for servers, cooks, housekeepers, and bartenders. I find it hard to believe that in Florida there are no Americans qualified to fill those positions.
 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 4741
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/16/2018 2:57:48 AM

Actually, it is my THIRD language


Bawahahahahahahahahaha...

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that one out.

tRump said he would sign a clean DACA bill and take up the other issues of immigration afterwards. He said that Dreamers must be safe from deportation. You can read it right off the White House web site:


Remarks by President Trump in Meeting with Bipartisan Members of Congress on Immigration

https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/remarks-president-trump-meeting-bipartisan-members-congress-immigration/

And there there's the federal courts injunction against tRumps ending DACA. Bawahahahaha...the tRump administration is attempting to have the Supreme Court rule on the injunction by jumping over the appellate court....bawahahahahaha....can't wait to see SCOTUS punt it back to the appellate courts.
 HawkingJr
Joined: 4/16/2007
Msg: 4742
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Posted: 2/16/2018 4:33:57 AM
April, you didn’t answer my question - -this is about Trump, not Obama. My question was, how is it not corruption and an abuse of power for an elected official to expand an aspect of a program that directly benefits his own business while contracting all related aspects of the program that don’t benefit him? With a side question about his hypocrisy on the matter, but that’s pretty much par for the course for our golfer-in-chief. Wasn’t one of the main selling points to Trump’s supporters that because he wasn’t a “real” politician, he wasn’t beholden to special interests? How is his own business not a “special interest”? This could almost certainly be seen as a violation of the emoluments clause as well, as it involves benefits indirectly received by way of foreign governments, but that might be a stretch. General swamp-like corruption, however, is not a stretch.
 Jo van
Joined: 5/23/2009
Msg: 4743
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/16/2018 5:36:42 AM
Ruh Roh....
Looks like there's another "bunny" coming out of the long grass.

Donald Trump, a Playboy Model, and a System for Concealing Infidelity
One woman’s account of clandestine meetings, financial transactions, and legal pacts designed to hide an extramarital affair.

https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/donald-trump-a-playboy-model-and-a-system-for-concealing-infidelity-national-enquirer-karen-mcdougal

MELANIA's not gonna be pleased....
Trump's "friend" at AMI paid McDougal $150,000 for "exclusive rights" to the story, and then "buried it".
Notably, his friend, the CEO, of AMI., is called "Mr Pecker".
So it's just one Pecker, helping another pecker out.
"Bro-hood"?

Hey April, do you think your idol's "pecker" was being "guided" by "god's hand"?
I fully expect him to "respect" the "oath of allegiance" he swore, on a bible (April ) as much as he's "respected" the "marriage vow", which he also "swore", "so help me god".

He fvcks anything that moves, and then he, or his "friends"/lawyers pay to keep it quiet, or, as in this case, for "exclusive rights", to a story, and then never publishing it, but this prevents other news outlets from doing just that.

"Draining the swamp"?
Trump is the swamp....

Religious people who support this degenerate are the biggest hypocrites of them all.
Why don't you just elect that "doctor", who has just been sentenced to 150 years?

#moneydoesntbuyclass
Have a nice day.
 debbiedunn
Joined: 10/23/2012
Msg: 4744
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/16/2018 5:57:55 AM
This only matters to faaaaaags.
 LLove2LaughToo
Joined: 10/25/2017
Msg: 4745
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/16/2018 6:07:14 AM

This only matters to faaaaaags.


Are you implying that the Republican-led House that voted to impeach Bill Clinton for what two consenting adults did are "faaaaaags"?
 debbiedunn
Joined: 10/23/2012
Msg: 4746
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/16/2018 6:32:04 AM
They come in all parties.
 CadetBoneSpurs
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 4747
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/16/2018 8:20:23 AM

What good things has Trump accomplished?


Well so far he has been able to drag the conservative party right down to the lowest of lows and expose them for the hypocrites that they are.
 Jo van
Joined: 5/23/2009
Msg: 4748
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/16/2018 8:32:34 AM

This only matters to faaaaaags.

-How very "christian" of you.

https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/donald-trump-a-playboy-model-and-a-system-for-concealing-infidelity-national-enquirer-karen-mcdougal
https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/16/politics/donald-trump-karen-mcdougal-national-enquirer/index.html
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/former-playboy-model-claims-she-had-affair-trump-report-says-n848601
http://people.com/politics/donald-trump-karen-mcdougal-affair-report/
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/02/16/trump-news-new-yorker-details-alleged-trump-affair-with-playboy-model.html
https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/16/politics/donald-trump-karen-mcdougal-national-enquirer/index.html
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/02/16/ronan-farrow-s-latest-report-accuses-trump-affair-with-former-playboy-playmate.html

-And that's just what came up on the first page, by googling "trump news".
American media must think there's an awful lot of "faaags" [sic] in America, because they're all talking about it.

The fact that Clinton lost his job because of his behaviour,
-whereas Trump gained his after his behaviour became apparent,
just shows the difference between fake morality, and real morality.

I watched trump's Tele-prompter speech, he can't even read well enough to make it sound sincere,
and he's too old, too fat, and too lazy, to learn now.

-Who needs a tele-prompter to express condolences?
-Someone who feels nothing?

It's obvious that he neither wrote it, nor rehearsed it
And no doubt the all the fawning sycophants around him, his "enablers", agreed with his assertion that he was "far too smart" to need a run-through.
An incompetent man, surrounded by well-paid incompetents, of his own incompetent choosing.
What could possibly go wrong?

Just.......everything.
 CadetBoneSpurs
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 4749
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/16/2018 8:45:00 AM

I watched trump's Tele-prompter speech, he can't even read well enough to make it sound sincere,
and he's too old, too fat, and too lazy, to learn now.


It is clear the man has issues reading.

And once again proves that tRump is nothing more than what stupid people think a smart person is.
 Jo van
Joined: 5/23/2009
Msg: 4750
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 2/16/2018 9:52:09 AM
^^^ WB dude!
This might give you a chuckle:

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Millions of Americans on Wednesday demanded that Donald J. Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, issue them checks in the amount of $130,000 for not having sex with Trump.
After Cohen revealed that he had issued such a check to Stormy Daniels, a porn star who he claims never had intimate relations with his client, there was widespread outrage among other Americans who had also not had sex with Trump but had not been paid for not doing so.
“Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy for Stormy Daniels,” Tracy Klugian, a florist in Santa Rosa, California, said. “I just want my check, too.”
Harland Dorrinson, a bank teller in Akron, Ohio, said that he had already e-mailed Cohen to demand payment. “I have never come close to having sex with Trump, and that should be worth something,” he said. “Specifically, $130,000.”
But, even as millions of Americans clamored to be compensated for abstaining from sex with Cohen’s client, others, like Carol Foyler, of Tallahassee, Florida, took a different view. “Never having sex with Donald Trump should be a reward in itself,” she said.

https://www.newyorker.com/humor/borowitz-report/millions-of-americans-demand-130000-for-not-having-sex-with-trump

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