Against all odds, the Slide Fire Solutions prominence onset stock is still for sale and, according to ATF, static legal. RF sure didn’t, but who can blame him donated ATF’s track record? But wait, the ATF wouldn’t tell a company thing is legal and then change their collective mind after that company’s invested with God-knows-how-many thousands of dollars in manufacturing and marketing. If you’re in the market, I wouldn’t tempt lot by waiting.
Duterte requested fist-pump pose, says Australia's top diplomat | Headlines, News, The Philippine Star | philstar.com
In this photo provided by Malacanang Palace, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, right, and dweller Secret Intelligence Service Director General Nicolas dick "Nick" movie maker look at each other while posing with a fist bump during the latter's courtesy inclination on the president at Malacanang Palace in Manila, Philippines, Tuesday, Aug. Albert Alcain/Malacanang Palace via APCANBERRA, Australia — A pic showing the head of Australia's international spy agency, snick Warner, in a fist-pumping simulation with the president of the Philippines was not Warner's idea, external Minister Julie Bishop same Thursday. Bishop told reporters in state capital that Warner was "responding to a request from the president of the Philippines" when the photograph was taken at Manila's presidential exhibition area on Tuesday. The icon shows Warner and western malayo-polynesian President Rodrigo Duterte facing the camera, both making Duterte's touch fist-pump manus gesture.
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Cable's top morning show 'Fox & Friends' gets a ratings bump from its biggest fan, President Trump - LA Times
President Trump is pretty adamant about his disdain for the news media. For four years ahead he ran for president, Trump called into the Fox News Channel morning pretence “Fox & Friends” all Monday and was given an unfiltered forum to present his views. When the show’s co-hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade interviewed him at the White House on Feb. 27, Trump said, “Maybe without those call-ins somebody else is sitting here.”The designation as the president’s favorite cable news program is not a badge of honor in journalism circles.