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VIDEO : Donald Trump tries to tell Melania where to sit at inauguration event but she …

VIDEO : Donald Trump tries to tell Melania where to sit at inauguration event but she …

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Donald Trump tried to tell his wife where to sit at an inauguration event - and she completely ignored him and walked off. The awkward moment came shortly before Trump claimed his cabinet picks have “the highest IQ of any cabinet ever assembled” today at a luncheon kicking off his inauguration. He made the comments, which are without basis, to Republican party leaders at an event at the Trump Hotel in Washington DC.   There have also been questions about whether foreign dignitaries staying at the hotel would constitute a breach of the US constitutions emoluments clause, which bans office holders gaining profits from overseas. He began his remarks by thanking his wife, Melania, who he said had “put up with so much with all the fake news. Fake news, that’s what it is.
Watch Celebs Sing ‘I Will Survive’ Ahead of Trump Inauguration

Watch Celebs Sing ‘I Will Survive’ Ahead of Trump Inauguration

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Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams and More Sing 'I Will Survive' Ahead of Donald Trump's Inauguration At first they were afraid, they were petrified ... This year's Oscar frontrunners joined forces to sing a cover of "I Will Survive" ahead of President-elect Donald Trump's January 20 inauguration. In a video released by W magazine, Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, Matthew McConaughey and more movie stars perform Gloria Gaynor's 1979 disco classic in a variety of ways, from belting the tune to dramatically reading the no-nonsense lyrics. The publication called the mashup "the antidote for a still-grieving Hollywood, many members of which were outspoken Hillary Clinton supporters over the past year — and a few of whom have found themselves on the unfriendly end of Donald
Why We Must Pray for Donald Trump

Why We Must Pray for Donald Trump

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This past week, Barack H. Obama, the 44th President of the United States, in the tradition of Presidents dating back to George Washington, gave his farewell address to the nation. Next week Donald J. Trump, in the same tradition of this country, will take the oath of office and be inaugurated as the 45th President. inauguration We recognize that this election has been contentious, and the Episcopal Church, like our nation, has expressed a diversity of views, some of which have been born in deep pain. There has been much discussion, and some controversy, about the appropriateness of the Washington National Cathedral hosting the Inaugural Prayer Service this year, and of church choirs singing at inaugural events. Underneath the variety of questions and concerns are some basic Christ