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Inside Trump’s Secret Bedroom in the White House

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One of the strangest things revealed today was that Donald Trump has his own bedroom, having transformed two rooms of the White House into separate bedrooms, with his wife being forced to sleep in a separate room, locked out.

According to insiders, Trump has transformed what was the “living room” in the Presidential Residence into his own bedroom, with no one, including his wife and son having any access to the bedroom. As part of this, he has refused to allow White House staff to regularly clean the room.

He even yelled at some of the staff for picking his dirty shirts up off the floor to wash them, insisting, “If my shirt is on the floor, it’s because I want it on the floor.” He also barred housekeeping from touching his toothbrush out of fear of being poisoned, a fear which Wolff also claims explains the president’s affinity for McDonald’s because “nobody knew he was coming and the food was safely premade.”

In fact, after Melania arrived in the White House, he ordered that a special lock that could only be controlled by him, be installed in the room – which the Secret Service immediately rejected as unsafe, requiring them to also have access to the lock.

Making this even weirder, only his daughter Ivanka Trump is allowed in his bedroom in the morning, when Trump strips his own bed, refusing to allow White House staff to even touch the covers. It’s noted that Ivanka often comes in early in the morning to “wake up” the President.

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  1. Stewart W

    January 3, 2018 at 2:45 pm

    Sure. nothing strange here. completely normal behavior

  2. Teddy

    January 3, 2018 at 3:25 pm

    I’m pretty sure Melania wasn’t ‘forced’ to sleep in a separate bed.

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Gallery: Inside Melania Trump’s Extreme Forced Plastic Surgery

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Melania Trump has opted for some major cosmetic procedures to stay looking young for the President (especially because Donald Trump reportedly had a scalp reduction to correct balding, and maintains his complexion with heavy-handed spray tans).

There have been so many, despite denials, that it’s often questioned whether FLOTUS is actually Melania Trump, or perhaps a new model that Trump had imported. However, most insiders have claimed that Melania was forced to have these extreme treatments, so much that she looks nothing like the original.

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Trump Blames Dead McCain for Healthcare Failures

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In a Thursday interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity Trump attacked late Senator John McCain (R-AZ). He said McCain “did the nation a tremendous disservice” when he voted against a GOP bill that would repeal and replace ObamaCare in 2017.

“He did the Republican Party a tremendous disservice and he did the nation a tremendous disservice, tremendous, and it’s unfortunate,” Trump said, according to The Hill.

“He went thumbs-down at the very last moment and I thought it was a disgraceful thing to do and very, very bad for our country and bad for health care,” Trump continued. “It was done and then John McCain, at the very last moment, late in the evening, went thumbs-down and everybody said, ‘What was that?'”

Trump also criticized McCain for being connected to a dossier of claims about Trump and Russia. Trump also complained about not being thanked for giving McCain the “kind of funeral that he wanted” after the senator died of brain cancer in August 2018.

“I gave him the kind of funeral that he wanted, which as president I had to approve. I don’t care about this, I didn’t get a thank you. That’s OK,” Trump said.

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Trump Wants to Take Away Disability Benefits from Happy Veterans

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The Social Security Administration once again is floating an extremely ableist proposal: using social media accounts, such as Twitter and Facebook, to monitor people with disabilities who receive disability benefits from the government including the 1.3 million veterans.

It’s not uncommon for veterans to have both Social Security and veterans disability claims going on at the same time.

Alternatively, some veterans receive veterans disability benefits before applying for Social Security disability.

A “service-connected” disability is one that was a result of a disease or injury incurred or aggravated during active military service.

The agency is arguing this is necessary to fight fraud, ensuring that people who “aren’t really disabled” won’t be able to collect benefits. For the disability community, the implications of this proposal are significant — and very scary. If they seem too happy on social media, or show their live is getting better in any way, shape of form, they might lose their benefits.

The government provides many forms of disability benefits. But most people think of Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income when they hear “disability.”

Social Security Disability Insurance is paid to people who worked at some point during their lives. It’s linked to their earnings, with people generally making less than $1,200 in benefits every month.

Social Security disability does not compensate disability claimants based on a partial loss of employability. You are either totally disabled or not disabled under Social Security’s definition of disability.

The SSA hasn’t yet offered specifics on how it might use social media in evaluating disability claims.

But writing for Forbes, Imani Barbarin, who has cerebral palsy and is an advocate for the disabled community, observed that the policy could backfire by mistakenly rejecting people from the program. She noted that such a proposal demonstrates a “fundamental misunderstanding” of disability and how a social media post made by a disabled person could easily be misconstrued.

“Disabled people don’t all function in the same way, and disability is not a set of stereotypes like taking selfies staring longingly at the world. They live lives while managing their energy for the activities they can handle and trying to make those they cannot more accessible,” Barbarin wrote. “Additionally, studies have shown that a majority of social media users show only the good in their lives, not the hardships or difficulties.”

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