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Mon Apr 17, 2017, 01:52 PM

Mick Mulvaney's Steel Workers

You know, I suppose it's good that Melania Trump is going to live at the White House now that she helped charge the secret service
an outrageous fee that legally, they had to pay to protect her as long as she selfishly chose to stay at Trump Towers. But we all know it was only the constant criticism that caused the Trumps to make that decision. Eventually someone in the media would have gotten off their can and tied the Trumps' behavior to Mick Mulvaney's comment that by taking away services such as Meals on Wheels for the poor, elderly and disabled, he was thinking of the hard working steel worker who, in his view, should not have to pay for somebody's Grandmother or disabled brother "who may in fact, be a veteran" to receive three square meals a day. Somebody might eventually question why the steel worker simply must supplement the lifestyles of the Trumps. But as with everything with this administration, given the entitled attitude of Trump and his family, there is still much left to do. That is, until 2020.

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Mon Apr 17, 2017, 02:52 PM

1. one might ask how many of those steelworkers voted for trump nt

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Mon Apr 17, 2017, 02:56 PM

2. Lot's of them.

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