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Last Friday, Donald Trump finally made the long awaited pivot towards ex-presidency. David Waldman catches us up on on the past weekend and prepares us for our future week:

America isn’t asking for much, and yet Trump offers a lot less. Everyone agrees Donald Trump caved, so now Donald Trump hates everyone. The Trump shutdown demonstrated Trump’s disdain for both government and governing.

Where does Trump get all of his ideas on immigration? As you might of guessed, he pulls them right out of his TiVo queue.

Trump doesn’t think he should ask anyone to lie as long as all are aware he expects 100% loyalty to his lying.

Greg Dworkin chimes in on the aftermath of a disaster of a week. Everyone wants investigations, but what about impeachment? Honorable, principled, civil hearings will go a long way to restoring confidence.

Is Howard Schultz the Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino® Blended Crème Grande that America wants, or is that just on Donald’s order?

Tom Brokaw is aware that some think Hispanics are a little too brown and foreign… and he kind of agrees with that, for which he is very, very sorry. Just because you don’t understand what they are saying doesn’t mean they are talking behind your back. The continuing downside of both-siding.

Republicans straddle sexual kink, deviancy, and everything in-between. Churches start to arm themselves

The rent is too damned high because money-laundering oligarchs bought all the real-estate to clean their oil money.

Meanwhile, the Treasury Department lifts sanctions on three Russian firms with ties to Oleg Deripaska.

David rules on future Democratic committee rules.

U.S. Rep Walter B. Jones Jr., a 24-year veteran in Congress, and former member of the Freedom Fries Brigade, enters hospice care.

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