In an astonishing series of early morning tweets, the firebrand President claimed his predecessor had bugged his phones during the "very sacred election process", slamming the allegations as a "Nixon/Watergate" scandal.
"No longer wants his method of protest to detract from the positive change he believes has been created" is quite the gassy euphemism for dropping his protest now that it might hurt his paycheck. This guy must be the only liberal in America who's less eager to protest now that Trump is in office.
Speaking in Paris yesterday, she said: "It's time for us to put an end to this bureaucratic monster that is the European Union. European countries are bound together in many ways, and this mandatory coalition is destroying individual member states."
Murguía's piece concludes with a plea for the rest of the open borders lobby and amnesty advocates to continue to try to hold up deportation processes by the Trump Administration, writing "we're deploying every tool we've got to oppose this ill-conceived policy — in the media, in the courts and in peaceful protests in the streets."
Based on McCraney's play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue and adapted for the screen by him and Jenkins, Moonlight unfolds over three chapters in the life of a young, gay black man growing up in a rough Miami neighborhood.
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