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Adventures of Donald Trump (cont.)

Weekly Review

Trump completes his first 100 days as president

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Weekly Review

Marine Le Pen qualifies for the second round of the French presidential election, Bill O'Reilly is fired from Fox News, and Russia announces it is not "creating a Terminator."

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Weekly Review

The United States drops the Mother of All Bombs in Afghanistan, an Arkansas judge temporarily halts eight executions, and a new study finds that people choose fair inequality over unfair equality.

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Trump launches a missile strike in Syria, Russia declares Jehovah's Witnesses an extremest organization, and human flesh is found not to be very nutritious

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Paul Ryan fails to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Donald Trump goes golfing for the thirteenth time as president of the United States, and rivers in India and New Zealand are granted full human rights

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A British man runs over three people on London's Westminster Bridge, the FBI confirms it is investigating possible ties between Russia and Donald Trump's presidential campaign, and a raccoon rides a garbage truck in Washington, D.C.

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Inside the April Issue

Leslie Jamison on the Women's March, Alan Feuer on Bill de Blasio, Yascha Mounk on the refugee crisis in Germany, and Jessica Weisberg on Tokyo's exclusion of immigrants

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South Korea's president is removed from office, Kellyanne Conway suggests that Barack Obama could have spied on Donald Trump using "microwaves that turned into cameras," and a lake in Australia turns pink.

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Trump’s Handicap

If Trump is so dishonorable that he cheats at golf, it’s safe to assume he’ll do the same in politics.

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