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‘We should take it slow’ John Mayer croons 6 minutes into Ivanka and Jared’s alleged sex playlist

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The Huffington Post has made a fascinating argument for having uncovered Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s 21-minute sex playlist.

As Raw Story reported in March, reporter Ashley Feinberg was praised for her “genius” investigative reporting when she uncovered James Comey’s secret Twitter account. Now Feinberg has once again connected the dots online for a major story on the power couple referred to as Javanka.

As Feinberg noted, the October 15 play list created by a Spotify account belonging to Ivanka Trump was started 10 days prior to the wedding anniversary of the two senior White House advisors.

The short play list only contains five songs, the first two of which are by John Mayer, followed by Bruno Mars, James Blunt and Adele.

Less than six minutes into the playlist, Mayer can be heard crooning, “I think we should take it slow.”

“The 21-minute-long collection of songs is as horny as it is depressing. The playlist evokes motionless, antiseptic coitus,” Feinberg suggested. “It evokes two Tide pens in a plastic sale tub. It evokes Lysol wipes.”

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“It evokes the smooth, genderless slopes of a couple of undressed dolls. This is sex music only in the sense that two pages pressed together in a new Williams Sonoma catalog is sex,” Feinberg concluded.

Listen to Ivanka Trump’s setlist:

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People are calling Denver’s newest city council member a communist — but she’d rather be called an anarchist

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On April 10, Candi CdeBaca’s 33rd birthday, Denver’s second “bomb cyclone” of the year brought snow and heavy wind, and knocked out power in some areas, including at CdeBaca’s house in Elyria-Swansea. When CdeBaca, then a Denver City Council candidate, finally got power back and turned on her phone, she saw she had an unusually high number of missed calls and messages. Birthday wishes, she assumed.

“There was a death threat,” she said. “There were two of them within an hour. One of them said, ‘I was trained to kill commie shit like you.’”

The context: At a candidate forum on April 7, CdeBaca offered some remarks that, to many, sounded like she was advocating a Communist form of government.

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Iran says new ‘mentally retarded’ Trump sanctions mean ‘permanent closure’ of diplomacy

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Iran said Tuesday that new US sanctions targeting its supreme leader meant a “permanent closure” of diplomacy, while the country’s president labelled the White House “mentally retarded” as tensions between Tehran and Washington escalated.

US President Donald Trump signed an executive order imposing the sanctions against Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday, taking a dramatic and unprecedented step to increase pressure on Iran after Tehran’s downing of an American drone last week.

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‘Dangerous linguistic power’: A historian explains how Trump weaponizes nicknames

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Is Donald Trump the modern day Earl Long?

A three-time Louisiana governor, Long mastered the art of political ridicule seven decades ago by weaponizing nicknames. The hilarious names Long pinned on his rivals, and the rollicking stories he told about them, riveted audiences bored by puffed-up rhetoric.

While Long’s stunts may be remembered as silly hijinks, there was a sly, often deadly serious, purpose to his technique. He used it to get voters to laugh at his foes and to put them on the defensive––a place politicians never want to be. Tucked within Long’s jests were razor-sharp attacks aimed at exploiting opposition weaknesses––hidden swords inside a pea-patch cloak.

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