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The Last of the Mohicans


If only!
Former President George W. Bush in April privately revealed his concerns that Donald Trump could permanently bring down the Republican Party, according to a new report.
“I’m worried that I will be the last Republican president,” Bush said at a reunion for his administration in Dallas, Politico Magazine reported Tuesday morning. 
Most members of the Bush family have been outspoken critics of Trump.
Well you did sort of break the presidency dipstick.

And since we're talking about dying breeds, let's wish a cold and clammy goodbye to this serial harasser.
Roger Ailes’s tenure as the head of Fox News appears to be over.
Mr. Ailes and 21st Century Fox, Fox News’s parent company, are in the advanced stages of discussions that would lead to his departure as chairman, Susan Estrich, one of Mr. Ailes’s lawyers, said in an interview on Tuesday.
The development follows a sexual harassment suit filed on July 6 against Mr. Ailes by a former anchor, Gretchen Carlson. The suit prompted 21st Century Fox to conduct an internal review and it set off an intense round of speculation in the news media and the television industry about Mr. Ailes’s future at Fox News.
   

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  1. I guess it's safe to say that Jeb Bush won't be giving his endorsement to Trump at the RNC tonight....

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