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Maduro has previously joked that his mismanagement of the economy has made Venezuelans fitter and more sexually virile. Referring to "Maduro's diet" in September, the head of state said on national television, "Maduro's diet gets you hard – no need for Viagra!"
Shortly after the NATO-led war which ousted Libyan leader Muammar el-Qaddafi, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ebulliently boasted with a characteristic sociopathic giddiness, the following on network television: "We Came, We Saw, He Died"
Trump repeatedly criticized the TPP and Nafta on the campaign trail, saying the U.S. manufacturing sector had been hollowed out by bad trade deals. Trump was scheduled to meet business executives and union leaders in two separate meetings on Monday, a day the White House cast as focused on trade and job creation.
The Obama administration may tout fracking's benefits, but it has pushed regulations to curb drilling. The administration has repeatedly taken legal action against fracking, and has pushed regulations on the drilling technique.
At least one rebel commander seems to think this ceasefire will work out better than the previous two, telling the Associated Press, "This time I have confidence in its seriousness. There is new international input."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is stepping up his attack against President Barack Obama, accusing him of orchestrating a "shameful ambush" at the United Nations by a hostile Security Council.
"Our function is something else and it's been made into something unnatural. We are doing things that don't correspond to our training because there's no one else to do them."
Mexico marks 10 years on Sunday since then president Felipe Calderon deployed for the first time thousands of troops to combat drug cartels.
Several reasons for this double Saudi game are advanced during the Times article, but the most disturbing come from what the former State Department's Vali Nasr describes as a Saudi strategy to contain Shia Islam and its super-power, Iran, by "building a wall of Sunni radicalism across South and Central Asia."
It is understandable that Saudi Arabia, whose government according to Julian Assange of Wikileaks is a major financier of anti-American Islamic terror and the Clinton Foundation, thinks their joke commitment to watch America self destruct is worth maintaining.
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