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Ohio lawyer suspended for hypnotizing clients into believing he’s ‘the world’s greatest lover’

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An Ohio court suspended the law license of an attorney accused of hypnotizing his clients and sexually abusing them.

Michael Fine was suspended Monday by the state’s Supreme Court after the Lorain County Bar Association filed an emergency motion last week seeking his suspension.

Two women the Sheffield Village attorney had represented told authorities they believe they were hypnotized by Fine because they would lose track of time and were unable to recall what happened after meetings and phone calls with the attorney.

One of the women said the 57-year-old Fine may have hypnotized her many times over the phone and during meetings at his office and in courthouse conference room.

“She would be unable to recall substantial portions of the meetings, and afterwards she would realize her clothes and bra were out of place and moved, and her vagina was wet,” said investigator Richard Thomas.

She had hired the attorney in February 2013 to assist her in a child custody dispute.

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The woman recorded two phone conversations last month that revealed Fine using sexually explicit language before discussing her case.

He told the woman during the recorded conversation that she was “being made love to by the world’s greatest lover” and instructed her to bring herself to climax and bring a vibrator to their next meeting.

The woman told police she had not contacted them sooner because she feared they would not take her claims seriously, but officers outfitted her with a hidden wire before a Nov. 7 meeting at Fine’s office.

Police entered the room after overhearing him discuss sex acts with the woman.

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A spokesman for the Supreme Court said attorneys are rarely suspended before a disciplinary hearing, but Fine agreed to the suspension and said he was undergoing unspecified medical treatment related to the case.

The second woman said Fine discussed relaxation and medication techniques with her after she hired him in September in a divorce case, and she also felt as if she lost track of time following meetings with the attorney.

She contacted authorities after learning earlier this month that Fine had not filed any paperwork in her case.

The woman told the bar association that she felt “creepy and disgusted” by the attorney’s conduct.

A criminal investigation is also under way.

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Right now Donald Trump thinks he’s winning — and he might not be wrong

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Donald Trump thinks he's winning.

For months, Americans have grown accustomed to Trump in his cornered-rat mode, lashing out defensively and ruminating obsessively over the possibility of impeachment. But his tweets this week have been surprisingly cheerful, suffused with the buoyant spirits of a teenage bully who has successfully swirlied a nerd.

First, like an overexcited child on Christmas Eve who unwraps his presents too soon, Trump — overcome with the pleasures of racist sadism — tweeted on Monday night that "ICE will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens."

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Here are 7 wild, bizarre and pathetic moments from Trump’s ‘campaign launch’

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On Tuesday night, President Donald Trump held a rally that was billed as the official launch his re-election campaign — though he has never really stopped holding campaign rallies.

As expected, the president ranted, lied, and engaged in the raucous attacks that are central to his connection with Republican voters. Some of it was actually just sad, such as his continued obsession with Hillary Clinton.

Here are seven of the wildest, disturbing and pathetic moments from the rally:

1. He said Democrats "want to destroy our country as we know it."

Trump casually accuses Democrats of "want[ing] to destroy you and they want to destroy our country as we know it." pic.twitter.com/4K79KlbEeR

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Rick Wilson hilariously ridicules the ‘formal flip-flops’ and ‘dress cargo pants’ worn by Florida Trump supporters

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Republican strategist Rick Wilson mocked the attire of the Donald Trump supporters who were bused in from around Florida for his official campaign kickoff in Orlando.

Wilson, a Florida man himself, joined MSNBC's Brian Williams for post-rally analysis on "The 11th Hour."

Williams played a clip of a Trump supporter with sleeveless Trump T-shirt identifying her as a "proud member of the basket of deplorables" explaining why she'll vote to re-elect the president in 2020.

"The main reason? Because he’s one of the best presidents we’ve had for a very long time," the woman argued. "Very long time."

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