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‘Game on, Tiny’: Stormy Daniels tops Trump’s ‘horse face’ insult — and mocks his seeming ‘penchant for bestiality’

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Stephanie Clifford, who goes by the stage name Stormy Daniels. (Photo by Toglenn)

Adult film star Stormy Daniels on Tuesday roared back at President Donald Trump, who called her “Horse Face” on Twitter while celebrating a judge tossing out her defamation lawsuit against him.

In direct response to Trump’s mocking tweet, Daniels wrote, “Ladies and Gentlemen, may I present your president. In addition to his…umm…shortcomings, he has demonstrated his incompetence, hatred of women and lack of self control on Twitter AGAIN! And perhaps a penchant for bestiality.”

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She then concluded with a taunt alluding to his penis size: “Game on, Tiny.”

This is not the first time that Daniels has mocked the size of Trump’s penis. In Daniels’ new book, called Full Disclosure, she describes Trump’s penis as “smaller than average,” while also writing that “it has a huge mushroom head” that’s “like a toadstool.”

In describing sex with Trump, Daniels said she felt “annoyed that I was getting f*cked by a guy with Yeti pubes and a d*ck like the mushroom character in Mario Kart.”

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McConnell’s Supreme Court fight exposes the contempt he and Trump hold for millions of Americans: op-ed

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Writing for the Washington Post this Monday, Greg Sargent says that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's forging ahead with a vote to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg is more than just "hypocrisy" -- it's a demonstration of "the contempt that McConnell and Trump hold for millions and millions of American voters."

"It’s about their cavalier willingness to treat all those voters’ political preferences as having no legitimate purchase at all — that is, when they vote for Democrats," Sargent writes.

According to Sargent, the "real game" was given away by Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN), who declared that the “Constitution gives Senators the power” to confirm nominees, and so “no one should be surprised” if they do it in this case.

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Younger voters are most likely to have their absentee ballots rejected — here’s why

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As half or more of the 2020 presidential election's votes will be cast on mailed-out ballots, a new study on why absentee ballots were rejected in three urban California counties in 2018 reveals why young voters' ballots were rejected at triple the rate of all voters.

Nationally, it is well known that absentee ballots arriving after state deadlines, problems with a voter's signature on the return envelope not matching their voter registration, or a missing signature account for more than half of all rejected ballots, as the latest federal statistics affirm. But a new California Voter Foundation (CVF) study reveals the most likely causes behind those errors, especially for young voters.

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HHS secretary says all ‘Warp Speed’ vaccines will have ‘liability protection’ from lawsuits

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Pharmaceutical companies that produce COVID-19 vaccines through the federal government's "Warp Speed" program will automatically have liability protection, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar said on Monday.

Azar was asked about the progress of COVID-19 vaccine trials during an interview with Fox Business host Stuart Varney.

"We now have three vaccines in phase three clinical trials here in the United States, which is just unprecedented -- the speed that we have been able to go given President Trump's support of Operation Warp Speed," Azar explained. "These are some of the largest clinical trials of vaccines in history."

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