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Donald John Trump is still the leader of the free world. Justin Bieber is not.

ITEM 1: Julia Ioffe reported, "Trump Is Waging War on America’s Diplomats. And the impeachment inquiry is only making things worse. With new figures and fresh horror stories, Julia Ioffe reports on how the president is politicizing our embassies, alienating our allies, and decimating the ranks of the foreign service."

Considering the decades of failure by the diplomatic corps, this is a positive outcome of the impeachment inquisition.

Ambassadorships are highly coveted. Donors give presidential candidates hundreds of thousands of dollars to presidential candidates and their parties in the hope of landing a nice ambassadorship. The unpopular places go to Civil Service-protected lifers. To be sure, some have died in service to the country. As have presidents. As have soldiers.

President Trump is results oriented. Buh-bye unaccountable bureaucrats.

ITEM 2: A reader said break out the Trumpenfreude for Dolphins quarterback Josh Rosen, a first-round draft pick in 2018, who was benched after going 0-3 as a starter. Miami has since gone 3-4 without Rosen.

Miami got him cheap after he went 3-10 for Arizona last year, giving him a 3-13 record in 2 seasons.

In college, Rosen wore an F*** Trump hat.

As a Browns fan, who I am the last to mock a quarterback?

But non-Browns fans may.

Then there is Justin "Two Face" Trudeau. He mocked President Trump during the NATO summit. Now Trudeau is stuck in London.

The Canadian Press reported, "Trudeau's plane damaged, now backup plane grounded in London, U.K."

He could have hitched a ride home on Air Force One but he showed all the diplomatic grace of a hedgehog at the meeting.

ITEM 3: When Republicans impeached Clinton, Hollywood dismissed it as just sex and everyone lies about sex.



21 years later, Rose McGowan and others in Hollywood want to hold him accountable.

ITEM 4: The New York Daily News reported, "George Zimmerman, acquitted of killing unarmed black teen Trayvon Martin in 2012, is now suing Martin’s family and others for more than $100 million.

"The former neighborhood watch volunteer said he was defending himself when he shot the 17-year-old, who was visiting his father in the gated community where Zimmerman lived in Sanford, Florida.

"The suit — which will be filed in Polk County Wednesday, his attorneys told the South Florida Sun Sentinel — alleges that the only reason Zimmerman was tried was due to the testimony of a fake witness."

He was wronged, but I don't see how the parents fit into this.

ITEM 5: UPI reported, "While a solid majority of Americans still hold negative views of the U.S. healthcare system, the size of that share has fallen to its lowest point in a quarter-century, new research shows.

"Pollster Gallup said its survey that measures attitudes about U.S. healthcare shows 63% of respondents believe the system is either having major problems (49%) or is in a state of crisis (14%).

"With the exception of a single poll conducted shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Monday's survey represents the lowest level of negativity about the U.S. healthcare system since Gallup began examining the subject in 1994."

Glenn Reynolds credited President Trump.

I agree. If that slimeball John McCain kept his word and voted to repeal Obamacare, concerns would be even smaller.

ITEM 6: The people continue to rise against the Establishment Conservatives.
Tariffs are voluntary taxes. Buy American and avoid them.

ITEM 7: Breitbart News reported, "The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is set to finalize a proposal to reform the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) by encouraging those receiving benefits to work.

"The final rule proposes that those who are able-bodied working adults without dependents between the ages of 18-49 who receive food stamps for more than three months in a 36-month period must work, go to school, receive job training, or volunteer to receive benefits.

"The rule does not apply to those who are over 50 years old, disabled, pregnant, or caretakers for children.

"The law allows states to waive out of this time limit requirement due to poor economic conditions, but before the rule was put into place, areas with unemployment as low as 2.5 percent were eligible for waivers, according to the USDA."

Obama's legacy dies in sunlight.

ITEM 8: President Trump's legacy continues to grow in the sunlight.
And the beat goes on. And the beat goes on.

ITEM 9: On the impeachment front, Democrats brought law professors to discuss whether you need a crime to impeach. None of them voted for President Trump

Meanwhile, the Constitution simply says, "The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors."

ITEM 10: But at least we got to see Greta Thunberg all grown up.
How Dare You is the song of white female privilege.

This inquisition is liberals talking among themselves to get all self-righteously riled up. They are convincing themselves that they have some kind of moral obligation to make another political blunder.

ITEM 11: The press senses the futility of this all.
Susan Glasser is the New Yorker's top anti-Trump writer. She appears on CNN.

ITEM 12: Oh, and the impeachment is racist.
Democrats, keeping the black man down since 1824.

ITEM 13: Americans are not as superficial as Democrats think we are.
Nadler's time would be better spent on a Peloton than at his hearings.

ITEM 14: Dan Bongino launched the Bongino Report to compete with the Drudge Report.





The sad thing is, Matt Drudge believes liberals will let him date their sons.

ITEM 15: Breitbart News reported, "First Lady Melania Trump brought Christmas cheer and joy to school children whom she wrapped presents with, along with United States Marines, to donate to the Salvation Army.

"Melania Trump wore a fittingly Prince of Wales menswear-inspired coat by Alexander McQueen — the famed late British designer whose house designed the Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding dress — as she helped school children wrap Christmas presents for the Salvation Army.

"Mrs. Trump paired the McQueen coat with a pair of black Manolo Blahnik stilettos, one of her many go-to pairs of pumps.

"The visit to London’s Salvation Army Clapton Center was the last stop for Mrs. Trump as she and President Trump end their United Kingdom visit and head back to the White House where she will prepare for multiple Christmas parties."

Now you know why the left hates the Salvation Army.

ITEM 16: The wall is President Donald Trump's legacy.
You cannot impeach it.

ITEM 17: The Other McCain shoots and scores.
Every time I go to his site, I think how lucky I am that I don't have to call my site The Other Donald.

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