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Conservative columnist awkwardly describes Trump as GOP’s ‘hot chick’ that ‘puts out’

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Conservative columnist Kurt Schlichter had a bizarre analogy for GOP front runner Donald Trump.

On Tuesday, Schlichter went on CNN and criticized Trump, comparing him to a “hot chick” who “puts out,” but who in the end is crazy.

“As a young man, I learned that hot chick that you’re dating is also completely crazy,” he said. “And as much fun as it is to go out with her, it’s going to end badly.”

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He then went on to call Trump the “super-hottie of the I-hate-the-GOP-establishment-so-much-I’m-now-insusceptable-to-reason crew. He’s sexy. He likes to party and he absolutely puts out in the sense that he gives it to the RINOs good and hard.”

RINO is an acronym used by the right to refer to “Republicans in name only,” or people they don’t consider conservative enough.

This isn’t the first time Schlichter has referred to GOP presidential candidates using creative language. Last month, Schlichter published a fictional version of what he imagined having Florida Sen. Marco Rubio in office would be like. The story imagined Rubio taking down the Islamic State terrorist group with the help of an ex-Marine called “Wildman,” and bossing around Iraq’s prime minister

The Iraqi prime minister called the President to complain that he had never given permission for any of this; the President informed the Iraqi leader that America wasn’t asking.

Watch Schlichter’s comments, as posted to YouTube, here:

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‘A damn liar’: Bill Barr ripped for ‘playing clean up for Trump’ after release of IG report

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Attorney General William Barr massaged the findings of the Department of Justice investigation into the origins of the Russia probe -- and legal experts and other social media users were appalled.

The attorney general claimed this report, like special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, had cleared President Donald Trump of wrongdoing, and insisted the probe had found the FBI had conducted an improper investigation of his 2016 presidential campaign.

“The Inspector General’s report now makes clear that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a U.S. presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken," Barr said in a statement. "It is also clear that, from its inception, the evidence produced by the investigation was consistently exculpatory.”

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Ex-GOP lawmaker: Trump is a ‘cult figure’ who has forced Republicans to abandon their principles

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Reflecting on the differences today between the GOP under Trump and Nixon, Cohen said that GOP officials in the 1970s felt far more free to challenge their own party's president than they do today.

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Ivanka Trump and dossier author Christopher Steele maintained a years-long correspondence

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Dossier author Christopher Steele met Ivanka Trump nearly a decade before her father's election campaign, and they corresponded for years.

The relationship was alluded to in the Department of Justice inspector general's report released Monday, showing that Steele was favorably disposed to Donald Trump and his family due to the relationship.

ABC News confirmed that Steele and the president's daughter had met at a dinner in 2007, and Ivanka Trump corresponded with the former British spy about a possible working relationship.

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