realDonaldTrump on Twitter: RT @usembassytokyo: トランプ大統領とメラニア夫人は、天皇、皇后両陛下との会見に臨みました。@POTUS & @FLOTUS were received by Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan.…

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トランプ大統領とメラニア夫人は、天皇、皇后両陛下との会見に臨みました。@POTUS & @FLOTUS were received by Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan. #POTUSinJapan


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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: Great evening last night, thank you! twitter.com/kantei/status/…

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Great evening last night, thank you! twitter.com/kantei/status/…

《総理の動き》5月26日安倍総理夫妻は国賓として訪日中のアメリカ合衆国のドナルド・ジョン・トランプ大統領夫妻を招待して夕食会を行いました。
kantei.go.jp/jp/98_abe/acti… pic.twitter.com/DhIkdL1tIW



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“Next customers: Flynn and Jr.” – Google News: Last Lap Pass: Korner wins on Dunleavy Extra Modifiedz Night – WWLP.com

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Last Lap Pass: Korner wins on Dunleavy Extra Modifiedz Night  WWLP.com

Noah Korner made a last lap pass on Teddy Hodgdon in the final turn in the 40 lap Dunleavy Extra Modifiedz SK Lights race on Friday night at Stafford Motor …

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): “roger stone” – Google News: Pepe the Frog artist Matt Furie prepares for court battle to reclaim creation – Washington Times

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Pepe the Frog artist Matt Furie prepares for court battle to reclaim creation  Washington Times

Matt Furie had intended his cartoon creation Pepe the Frog to be a “peaceful frog dude.” Which made it all the more upsetting for him when Pepe began to show …

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Palmer Report: This new Hope Hicks puff piece gives away something important about her testimony against Donald Trump

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Former White House adviser Hope Hicks has to decide whether to comply with a subpoena and publicly testify against Donald Trump, or commit a criminal act by refusing to testify so she can protect Trump. A new article from the New York Times, and its author, are being widely slammed across social media for painting Hicks’ choice as an “existential” matter instead of a legal or matter. But that’s not the real upshot here.


Newspapers publish puff pieces like this in order to keep the subject of the article happy, so that the person will continue giving quotes and information to that newspaper writer in the future. This kind of thing happens all the time; it’s just not usually quite so blatant as this Hope Hicks puff piece. The questionable ethics of this Hicks article probably aren’t as important as the mere fact that it was written, because it wouldn’t have happened unless Hicks wanted it to.



This means that Hicks is trying to steer public opinion toward seeing her current plight in sympathetic fashion. Fat chance of that, as Trump supporters will hate her if she testifies and love her if she refuses to testify, while mainstream Americans will respect her if she testifies and condemn her if she refuses to testify. Still, this puff piece signals that Hicks cares what the public thinks when it comes to her decision. This article can almost be seen as a trial balloon, to try to figure out whether she’s more likely to come out ahead or behind in the court of public opinion if she does testify.




This is very different from how Don McGahn handled things when he recently found himself in a similar situation. He went ahead and committed a criminal act by refusing to show up and testify, gambling that the criminal consequences of not testifying and the destruction of his reputation wouldn’t be as ugly as what Donald Trump might illegally do to him if he did show up and testify. McGahn will have to testify after the courts order him to, but that could take months – and he seems to be hoping that by then, someone else will have stepped up and taken the heat for being the first former Trump White House adviser to publicly testify against him.


The fact that Hope Hicks wanted a puff piece like this out there painting her as a sympathetic figure? It suggests that she hasn’t made up her mind yet about what to do, and that she might indeed end up agreeing to testify according to the House’s schedule, instead of waiting for the inevitable court order. The NYT article in question is trash and deserves the negative feedback it’s getting – but it’s also unwittingly given away something important about what might happen next.



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Sociopaths with power: What Wilhelm II and Donald Trump have in common

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M angel to tact and sense of proportion, little serenity, instead of exaggerated urge to achieve; one of the most powerful features in the world, Donald Trump.

However, the Chemnitz historian Frank-Lothar Kroll, when he formulated this description, by no means the 45th US President in mind, but a very different powerful man: Wilhelm II, the King of Prussia and German Emperor by the grace of God.

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Es gibt erstaunliche Parallelen zwischen dem 45. US-Präsidenten und dem letzten deutschen Kaiser

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Schon im Alter von sechs Jahren beschäftigte sich Wilhelm mit Schiffen. Das Brandenburg-Preußen Museum im brandenburgischen Wustrau …

Quelle: picture alliance / ZB

… erhielt durch einen anonymen Spender fünf Kinder- und Jugendzeichnungen des späteren Kaisers.

Quelle: picture alliance / Quagga Illust

Sie stammen aus dem Nachlass des ehemaligen Hauslehrers des Kronprinzen.

Quelle: ZB

Später beließ es Wilhelm II. nicht bei Strichzeichnungen, sondern förderte den Aufbau einer riesigen Schlachtflotte.

Quelle: picture alliance / ZB

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“Huis Doorn” in der Provinz Utrecht. Wilhelm II. ließ das im 14. Jahrhundert errichtete und 1780 umgebaute Gebäude aufwändig verändern, bevor er es 1920 bezog.

Quelle: picture-alliance / dpa

Hier hielt der Ex-Kaiser, inmitten zahlloser Erinnerungsstücke, weiterhin Hof.

Quelle: picture-alliance / akg-images

Zahlreiche Monarchisten besuchten Wilhelm in seinem Exil und unterstützten ihn bei seinem Steckenpferd, dem Sägen von Baumstämmen.

Quelle: picture-alliance / dpa

Der Inhalt von 59 Güterwaggons füllte das Haus.

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Seit den Fünfzigerjahren ist “Haus Doorn” ein Museum.

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Wegen Subventionskürzungen drohte für 2013 die Schließung …

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… stattdessen soll ab September 2013 in Doorn an den Ersten Weltkrieg erinnert werden, an dessen Ausbruch Wilhelm II. maßgeblich beteiligt war.

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