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Trump already gave Nick Ayers an assignment as chief of staff — now he’s ‘humiliated’ and ‘super pissed’ he’s back to the drawing board

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CNN reported Monday that President Donald Trump is “humiliated” and “super pissed” that Nick Ayers was going to be his chief of staff but then pulled out at the last minute.

Ayers tweeted that he was turning down the job because he wanted to spend more time with his family and he refused to commit to working in the position for the full two years.

The president is not a fan of the press reporting that he’d decided something when he hadn’t announced it. But that’s what happened Sunday, when Ayers broke the news on Twitter and the reports quickly followed. Trump tweeted that Ayers was not a done deal yet and any reporters saying so are reporting “fake news.”

The problem is that sources told CNN that Trump already gave Ayers an assignment as chief of staff. Ayers never accepted the position, maintaining he couldn’t serve the full two years. Trump assumed Ayers was taking the job, but he was mistaken. Now he feels humiliated. Reports Sunday also said he’s lost and doesn’t know what to do as the other options have turned him down too.

Amusingly enough, a 2012 tweet from Trump mocked President Barack Obama for having three chiefs of staff, saying it’s the reason Obama couldn’t get his agenda passed. Obama had three chiefs of staff in eight total years and Trump is on track to have at least three in merely two years.

Actor Jon Voight has thrown his name into the mix after playing a Pentagon official on the movie “Transformers.”

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Trump flips out and threatens ‘obliteration’ after Iran calls him retarded

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President Donald Trump on Tuesday angrily hit back at Iran after the nation accused him of being "retarded."

Writing on Twitter, the president accused Iran of making a "very ignorant and insulting statement" against him, which he said "only shows that they do not understand reality."

The president then threatened the nation with "obliteration" if it didn't wise up.

"Any attack by Iran on anything American will be met with great and overwhelming force," he wrote. "In some areas, overwhelming will mean obliteration. No more John Kerry & Obama!"

....Iran’s very ignorant and insulting statement, put out today, only shows that they do not understand reality. Any attack by Iran on anything American will be met with great and overwhelming force. In some areas, overwhelming will mean obliteration. No more John Kerry & Obama!

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Condo owner sends recording of monkey noises to prospective renter — and repeatedly calls her the N-word

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Giulia Ozyesilpinar, the owner and operator of the Ocean Five Condo Hotel in Miami Beach, went on a racist tirade this week against a prospective renter because she didn't promptly respond to her WhatsApp messages.

The Miami New Times reports that London resident Monifah Brown had booked a condo at Ocean Five with some friends who were planning to go with her to a summer vacation in Miami.

However, after booking the condo, Ozyesilpinar sent her messages saying that she was having problems processing her credit cards. After Brown didn't initially respond to those messages, Ozyesilpinar sent her a racist message telling her that she was hurting the reputations of other black people.

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‘Incoherent’ Trump blistered by ex-National Security Council member for acting as Putin’s unwitting stooge

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In a ferocious column for Politico, a former member of the National Security Council who served under both President George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton called out Donald Trump for what he called the president's "incomprehensible" policies when it comes to Russia.

According to Andrew S. Weiss, vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment, the American president is likely the best friend Russian President Vladimir Putin could wish for.

Pointing out that Trump's meeting with Putin in Osaka is only days away, Weiss, who worked on Russian affairs in the State Department, said the get-together is happening just as three government officials with the most experience dealing with Russia -- Chairman of the Joint Chiefs General Joseph Dunford, the NSC’s in-house Russia expert Fiona Hill, and U.S. Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman -- are leaving the administration.

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