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Press: Trump gives military middle finger salute

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Since he floated down that golden escalator in June 2015, Donald Trump has said a lot of outrageous things. In fact, almost daily, if not hourly. But nothing as outrageous, shocking, or dangerous as what he’s reported to have said by Atlantic magazine.

In November 2018, on a trip to Paris to attend a ceremony marking the end of World War I, Trump cancelled a planned visit to the nearby Aisne-Marne American cemetery. At the time, the White House blamed the weather. But, based on four anonymous sources involved in the decision, Jeffrey Goldberg, the Atlantic’s editor-in-chief, now reports that Trump skipped the event because he was afraid the rain would muss up his hair (and leave orange dye dripping down his neck?). https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/515382-press-trump-gives-military-middle-finger-salute

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