Monday, June 11, 2018

Spelling Bea

it'z about the trumpster in the dumpster. it'z ALWAYS about the trumpster in the dumpster.

According to the US trade representative, however, there was an $8.4 billion US trade surplus with Canada on goods and services in 2017.

Trump is in Singapore preparing for his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

Sentosa today is a popular vacation spot, with golf courses, theme parks and luxury resort hotels. It’s a far cry from the island’s previous incarnations as a fishing village and, in the 1940s, as a prisoner-of-war camp. Even the island’s name, which means “tranquility” in Malay, is a relatively new move away from its troubled past. According to Singapore’s National Library, Sentosa was historically known as Pulau Blakang Mati, until it was renamed in a public competition in 1970. Blakang Mati translates as “Behind Death” in Malay, and various theories have connected this name to legends of piracy, bloodshed and supernatural “warrior spirits” on the island and its surrounding areas.

“Great to be in Singapore, excitement in the air!” Trump wrote.

I did a bit of research and found "THE LATEST CANADIAN PRFESS RELEASES" to read over Covfefe.

...on the 132nd day, just after midnight, President Trump had at last delivered the nation to something approaching unity — in bewilderment, if nothing else.

The state of our union was … covfefe.

Who among you can say it better than me?

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