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DAYUM! S.E. Cupp: ‘The Next Two Years Will Be The Equivalent of a Rectal Exam For Trump’1m05s

DAYUM! S.E. Cupp: ‘The Next Two Years Will Be The Equivalent of a Rectal Exam For Trump’

“Life is about to get pretty rough for the president. For one, governing is hard work and it’s about to get harder without Republicans controlling all the levers.” She added: “His three-hour workday is about to go bye-bye.” Then she said this: “There’s also the deluge of investigations, subpoenas and hearings coming his way. With Democrats retaking the House the next two years will be equivalent of a rectal exam for Trump. And at this point, there’s little he can do about it.” Then after noting the president doesn’t seem to trust those around him and pointing out his shrinking base, the self-avowed conservative CNN host concluded: “All this means Trump 1.0 is likely to return and with a vengeance.”

Gun deer hunt begins1m38s

Gun deer hunt begins

In Washington County  some hunters say they hunt for purely for the sport, while others for the meat. But the most common answer is the tradition.

Local parlor tattoos ribbons to benefit boy with leukemia2m24s

Local parlor tattoos ribbons to benefit boy with leukemia

Eight-year-old Gabriel Moreno from Ontario, Ore., was diagnosed with Leukemia at the end of last year. As a way of giving back, Gabriel and his mother were chosen "out of a hat" of names of local children suffering from cancer, to receive more than half of the proceeds at McNabb's Tattoo and Fine Art in Boise Saturday.

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Published: November 17, 2018