He made those decisions at regular White House viewing sessions, where his top White House aides and campaign officials would gather to laugh at and workshop ads, including some too “out there” even for the former president, Axios reports. A few times a month, former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale would bring his laptop to the White House and sit “so close” to Trump that it sometimes “bothered” him, a source tells Axios. Parscale would then play through a reel of campaign ads, including many inspired by “young, pro Trump fans who sent their ideas” to him, Axios continues.

The disclosure comes one month after the AP reported that dozens of immigrant enlistees were being discharged or had their contracts cancelled. Some said they were given no reason for their discharge. Others said the Army informed them they been labeled as security risks because they have relatives abroad or because the Defence Department had not completed background checks on them..

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I went by myself and definitely wished someone was with me, because the doctors were too busy to attend me. I got a hormonal IUD (Liletta) inserted on day 2 of my period, and I generally have high pain tolerance, but it was PAINFUL. It hurt when they were inserting in the clamp to prep the process and when they cleaned(?) a bit on the inside, and when the actual insertion happened.

His 11 year old son was the main bread winner.”Many, many years later I got to understand that and the issue of his mana, about health, about the sociology of men and work and how that destroys a man.”It was a powerful incident. I thought I had earned the right to do what I wanted and that included drinking but I hadn’t earned the right to disrespect my Dad.”At 15, Stanley joined the navy, finding his niche in weapons and explosives.”I loved it,” he exclaims. “I had spent years being the man of the house but my parents’ health was finally stable and I could leave and do something for me.”In five years’ sailing the high seas aboard the frigate HMNZS Waikato, Stanley moved his way up the ranks and at 17 was leading his own platoon.