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The Clampetts go to London

The Trumps are in London, en masse, and it’s as embarrassing a spectacle as you can imagine. And that’s the topic of today’s UnPresidented podcast.

From Ivanka’s cowgirl dress, to Tiffany’s “Gone With the Wind” curtains, and Donald Trump’s too-short-in-front tailcoat, it’s as if the Trump’s just threw it all together at the last minute in the tackiest way possible. We also discuss Trump’s newest attack on AT&T, in order to pressure CNN to give him good coverage; that NYT hatchet job on Joe Biden that just blew up in the NYT’s face after the reporter who wrote the story accepted a job with the Ukrainian president; Mitch McConnell’s wife Elaine Chao, who is Transportation Secretary, plans a conflicted trip to China to help her family’s business; and finally that MoveOn event where the scary animal-rights guy grabbed the mic from Kamala Harris.

From Ivanka’s cowgirl dress, to Tiffany’s “Gone With the Wind” curtains, and Donald Trump’s too-short-in-front tailcoat, it’s as if the Trump’s just threw it all together at the last minute in the tackiest way possible. We also discuss Trump’s newest attack on AT&T, in order to pressure CNN to give him good coverage; that NYT hatchet job on Joe Biden that just blew up in the NYT’s face after the reporter who wrote the story accepted a job with the Ukrainian president; Mitch McConnell’s wife Elaine Chao, who is Transportation Secretary, plans a conflicted trip to China to help her family’s business; and finally that MoveOn event where the scary animal-rights guy grabbed the mic from Kamala Harris.

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