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Ivanka Trump mocked for ‘champagne popsicles’ tip


US PRESIDENT Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka is being mocked mercilessly for suggesting Americans make “champagne popsicles†on the US equivalent of Anzac Day.


Monday was Memorial Day in the States, which is set aside to remember those who have died while serving in the country’s armed forces.


While Mr Trump spent the day in Arlington, Virginia, paying his respects, Ivanka’s official website marked Memorial Day with a post that said “Turn the music up — it’s a three-day weekendâ€.


The site offered some fun tips on how to make the most of the public holiday, including “have a picnicâ€, “wear all white†and “blast some tunesâ€.


She also suggested you could “cap the night off with a champagne popsicleâ€.


At no point does the post make mention of the US’s fallen soldiers which, needless to say, raised the ire of Twitter critics, who slammed the First Daughter for being “tone deafâ€.


After the post generated criticism, Ivanka sent out this tweet, honouring Americans who had died in battle.


Meanwhile in Arlington, Mr Trump offered the nation’s “boundless and undying†gratitude to American service men and women who had paid the ultimate sacrifice.


Ivanka’s web post comes at a time when her husband Jared Kushner is under increasing scrutiny over reports he tried to set up secret back-channel communications with Russia after last year’s election.


Mr Trump, however, has defended his son-in-law, telling The New York Times that “Jared is doing a great job for the countryâ€.


“I have total confidence in him. He is respected by virtually everyone and is working on programs that will save our country billions of dollars. In addition to that, and perhaps more importantly, he is a very good person,†the President said.



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A 22-year sex worker named Ivana Kamensky, claims she was one of the prostitutes who had sexual intercourse with Donald Trump in Moscow in 2011, adding that the American President had the smallest penis she had ever seen.

In an interview with the Moscow Daily Herald, the young woman described in great details the night that she allegedly spent in Mr Trump’s hotel room five years ago.

Ms Kamensky claims she was hired by Donald Trump along with two of her friends to perform several degrading sex acts, like urinating on him and on each other.

She said that she had been shocked by the incredibly small size of his penis, and remembers laughing about it with the other two girls.

“Many parts of his body are too small, not only his hands,†she told the Moscow Daily Herald. “I’ve slept with hundreds of men and I’ve seen some small penises, but he’s by far the smallest I’ve ever seen.â€

She described Mr.Trump’s genitals as being the size of a grape, barely one inch (2.5cm) long when fully erect.

“We were not surprised when he asked for some unusual stuff, because he was not physically equipped to engage in any kind of normal penetration.â€

Ms Kamensky says she was paid $10,000 for her night with me Trump, which is more than the average Russian worker earns in a year.



According to Ivana Kamensky, Donald Trump paid $30,000 for one night with her and two other prostitutes in July 2011, and asked them to perform many perverted sex acts.

Ms. Kamensky’s claims seem to confirm the unverified allegations about Mr Trump being caught on film with prostitutes in both Moscow and St Petersburg, causing a scandal already dubbed as the “Golden Shower Gate†by some media.

The scandal finds its origin in a 35-page dossier compiled by a former MI6 agent, containing unverified allegations that Russian security officials have compromising material on Mr Trump that could be used to blackmail him.

According to the dossier, the Kremlin had been feeding Trump some compromising information on his opponents for years. It had also acquired compromising information on Trump himself that could be used as blackmail.

There are allegations of “perverted†sex acts and also of frequent contact between Trump’s campaign and Russian government intermediaries.

Mr Trump angrily denied the claims made in the dossier during his first press conference as president-elect.

He described the allegations as “fake news†and openly criticized the media who had covered the story.

Considering Mr Trump’s tendency to react personally to most critics on his Twitter account, it is quite probable that he will react to Ms Kamensky’s claims over the next few days.

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Donald Trump hires 'Dark Prince' in an aggressive approach to 'number one terror threat' Iran


To intelligence agencies, he's "The Dark Prince", "Ayatollah Mike" - and, somewhat more morbidly, "The Undertaker".


He's abrasive and a workaholic. Some say he has a bad attidute. Others describe him as highly professional but ruthless. The Washington Post calls him a "collection of contradictions".


To Tinseltown, he's the stubbled, suited inspiration behind The Wolf in Hollywood blockbuster, Zero Dark Thirty, which chronicles the decade long hunt for Osama bin Laden.


To the public, he's a mystery. Never formally identified, only immortalised.


To US President Donald Trump, he's the "aggressive" strategist who will map out his administration's new direction with "the number one terror state" - Iran.


For almost a decade, Michael D'Andrea ran the CIA's Counterterrorism Centre, one of America's most classified agencies, where he forged new territory in drone technology warfare, described as a "targeted killing program".


It was here that the hunt to find and kill terrorist suspects took place, notably Osama bin Laden. D'Andrea was the most senior CIA officer in Baghdad during the Iraq War in 2003, before being called back to head the Centre in 2006.


The CIA has never officially confirmed D'Andreas's existence, but a New York Times story in 2015 threw him into the spotlight a month after he left the Centre in a stark piece that lead with the confronting news that intelligence committees were watching "videos of people blown up".


"The CIA asked that Mr. D'Andrea's name and the names of some other top agency officials be withheld from this article, but The New York Times is publishing them because they have leadership roles in one of the government's most significant paramilitary programs and their roles are known to foreign governments and many others," journalist Mark Mazzetti wrote.


more at: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11870049

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