Coffee, Saturday Morning News, Hurricane Florence, Paul Manafort

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Coffee, Saturday Morning News, Hurricane Florence, Paul Manafort

Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence may have been downgraded, but it has left behind a trail of destruction. At least five people have been confirmed dead including an infant.

Almost a million residents are left without power and forty inches of rain has caused major flooding. Currently, Hurricane Florence is near Myrtle Beach

Paul Manafort

In what is no doubt another blow to President Trump, his former campaign manager Paul Manafort has flipped and is ready to cooperate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller “fully and truthfully.”

Sexual Misconduct Brett Kavanaugh

Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee, has been accused by an anonymous source for sexual misconduct dating back to high school. Not much is known at this time, but the matter was referred to federal authorities.

Governor Cuomo Wins

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo gets the nod from voters as he beat progressive activist and actress Cynthia Nixon.

Nixon had a great run coming in with thirty-four percent of the vote.

Hurricane Maria and President Trump Protest

Next week marks the anniversary of Hurricane Maria and protests are planned by Puerto Ricans in front of President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate.

President Weirdo

Do you print up your old tweets? Well, according to Bob Woodward in his book “Fear: Trump in the White House,” the President of the United States does exactly that.

If Trump gets more than 200,000 likes on a tweet, he has that tweet printed out and reviews it to find a common theme that is successful.

When Twitter increased characters from 140 to 280, President Trump said “a good thing, a bit of a shame because I was the Ernest Hemingway of 140 characters.”

Oh brother.

Enjoy your coffee and be safe and for those Carolinas, many blessings to you all.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter @mcatty_alex

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