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Is America done with Hillary Clinton?



Dear Hillary,

It’s too bad you didn’t have time to talk last night, or the night before. I was miffed when Huma first texted to say you were unavailable, whatever that means. When she did it again last night, I was furious.

Can’t you call me yourself and explain what’s going on? And if you can’t, what kind of relationship is this?

I hardly slept but realized it’s probably better we didn’t get together or talk. We would have just shouted at each other.

Anyway, the last couple of days crystallized some things in my mind that need to be said.

Let me start with the obvious: Things between us aren’t good. They’ve always been a little rocky, but now they’re so bad that I don’t see how we can fix it, so I’ve made my decision.

It’s over between us. We have no future together and we need to admit it so we can get on with our lives and find somebody else.

This isn’t easy, and the idea of breaking up with you is scary and makes me miserable. I had big hopes for us and fantasized about the great things we would do together.

The world would be our oyster! We’d make history!

Be honest — that all seems like a stupid pipe dream now. We’ve known each other for almost 25 years and we’ve changed so much that it’s impossible to recapture the magic.

Remember that dopey Fleetwood Mac song we liked, “Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow”? That was a long time ago, and tomorrow is here. It’s not what I thought it would be and probably not what you expected, either.

Whatever the reason, it’s obvious we’re not a good fit anymore.

The biggest problem for me is that I don’t really trust you. I tried and gave you every benefit of the doubt, but realize now I was only fooling myself. Or maybe you were fooling me. All I know is that you always seem to be hiding something.

I never get the feeling you’re being 100 percent straight, and that makes me crazy. All the whispering to Huma and all those phony stories you tell about yourself and your family. You just make it up as you go along, don’t you?

Sometimes I look at you and don’t know who you are anymore. Hell, I’m not even sure you know who you are.

The arguments are the worst because they’re always the same. I make some innocuous complaint about something you said, and you instantly blame me or the weather or the computer guy. You screw up and it’s somebody else’s fault.

Speaking of the computer, what are you always deleting? It’s like you’re paranoid and locked in a zone — delete, delete, delete.

But you never apologize, and no matter how many times you promise to stop, you can’t.

Not to be cruel, but your little joke with the “reset” button is old and tired. It was funny at first, but now I just want to smash that piece of junk every time you reach for it. You keep pushing it and laughing instead of dealing with our problems. It’s not funny, it’s not honest and we can’t go on this way.

Starting today, now, we need to go our separate ways. There’s nothing you can say that will get me to change my mind, so please don’t call. Just leave me alone.

You can have the cat. Frankly, I always thought she liked Huma better than you or me. That should have told us something.

You’ll be fine. You’re smart, and with your Wall Street connections, you’ll make tons of money. You’ll probably end up at Goldman Sachs and won’t have to pretend you’re poor. Who knows, being free of me, you might even discover what you really want out of life.

No hard feelings, I hope.

Goodbye, Hillary.


Our ‘champs’ Elysees

In awarding three Americans and one British citizen France’s highest medal for stopping an armed terrorist on a train, President François Hollande spoke eloquently about the heroic deed.

“You gave a lesson in courage, in will, and thus in hope,” Hollande said as he pinned the Legion of Honor on US Airman Spencer Stone, National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos, their longtime pal Anthony Sadler and British businessman Chris Norman.

“Faced with the evil called terrorism, there is a good, that’s humanity,” Hollande told the four. “You are the incarnation of that.”

Hollande added, “The entire world admires your courage, your sangfroid, your spirit of solidarity.

“This is what allowed you to with bare hands — your bare hands — subdue an armed man. This must be an example for all, and a source of inspiration.”


Nadler’s bad whine

Rep. Jerry Nadler supports the nuke deal with Iran, but complains he’s getting nasty personal attacks, mostly from fellow Jews. “What bothers me about this debate is its incivility,” the New York Democrat told an Israeli paper.

Say what? It was President Obama who accused Republican opponents of making “common cause” with Iranian hardliners. Obama also called opponents “crazies.”

And Nadler complains about the other side’s incivility?

De-nial de-fines de Blas

For a minute there, I thought Mayor Bill de Blasio had come to his senses. He would stop the incessant boasting, stop saying everything he does is “extraordinary” and “profound,” and would come to grips with the city’s mounting quality-of-life problems. His words gave me hope.

“I think people are smart,” de Blasio said. “I don’t think they’ll buy the hype.”

Yes, yes, he finally gets it.

Oops, never mind. He doesn’t get it. Instead, he’s just digging himself a deeper hole.

The mayor was responding to a long statement by a fawning radio interviewer that The Post and other media were being unfair to him. Instead of acknowledging the city’s problems, de Blasio agreed that pointing them out is unfair and amounted to “hype” that “people” wouldn’t believe.

Problem is, somebody forgot to tell the “people,” because the polls show de Blasio sinking like a stone due to those very issues.

Doubly disturbing, the mayor may actually believe his own B.S. He shows remarkably little interest in broadening his base of support and seems convinced that being mayor means he only has to keep happy those who voted for him. It’s a narrow-cast appeal that treats governing as an extension of the campaign, and reduces all government services to rank partisanship.

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Remember the freak couple caught having sex on the counter at Dominos Pizza shop? They have been sentenced…lol



Remember the British couple caught having sex on the counter of Dominos Pizza shop some months ago? Well, they went on trial this week for breaking local public decency laws.


The woman is a bartender named Daniella Hirst and her boyfriend is Craig Smith. They were found guilty in court yesterday and sentenced to a fine and community service. They will not serve any jail time.

Remember the freak couple caught having sex on the counter at Dominos Pizza shop? They have been


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President Buhari, wife Aisha and daughter Hanan meet Turkish president and his wife



President Buhari, his wife Mrs AIsha Buhari and daughter Halima joined President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey and his wife Mrs Ermine Erdogan in a group photo during the Official Working Visit at the Presidential Palace Ankara Turkey today October 19th.  President Buhari joined by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey also met Nigerian Footballer William Ekong who resides in Turkey.  President Buhari and his wife Mrs AIsha Buhari with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey accompanied by his wife Mrs Ermine Erdogan joined by Speaker of the Turkish Grand National Assembly Ismail Karahman during a Luncheon hosted in honor of President Buhari. See more photos below

Photos: President Buhari, wife Aisha and daughter Hanan meet Turkish president and his wife

Photos: President Buhari, wife Aisha and daughter Hanan meet Turkish president and his wife

Photos: President Buhari, wife Aisha and daughter Hanan meet Turkish president and his wife

Photos: President Buhari, wife Aisha and daughter Hanan meet Turkish president and his wife

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Donald Trump is a “foul-mouthed man who pretends to be an idiot” – Iran’s Supreme leader, Ayatollah



Reacting to US President, Donald Trump’s intention to decertify the Iran nuclear deal, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader, has described Trump as “foul-mouthed” and someone who “pretends to be an idiot.”


He spoke before a group of what was described by his office as “hundreds of young elites and outstanding scientific talents” saying that the European opposition to Trump’s decision was “good, but not enough.”


“The Europeans must stand up against the US measures including the sanctions they anticipate to emerge from Congress,” he said.


Khamenei told his audience that he didn’t want to spend his time commenting on Trump saying “it would be a waste of time to respond to such blatherings and nonsensical remarks by the foul-mouthed US President who pretends to be an idiot, but this should not cause us to let our guard down. They want to take back young, faithful and developed Iran to 50 years ago, and of course this is not possible, but due to backwardness, they are incapable of understanding this reality, and for this reason they have made a miscalculation and suffered, and will suffer successive defeats at the hands of the Iranian nation,” he said.

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“Beautiful Ones (Acoustic)” from Beautiful Ones (Acoustic) – Single by Hurts. Released: 2017. Track 1 of 1. Genre: Pop.