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Want To Be In Donald Trump's Cabinet? Just Give Him A Lot Of Money

No experience required, just a whole lot of dough

With the nomination of Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as secretary of state, President-elect Donald Trump’s gilded cabinet has gotten even wealthier.

The oil executive—whose cozy relationship with the Kremlin has worried some—will fit right in alongside Trump’s other plutocrats, World Wrestling Entertainment co-founder Linda McMahon, philanthropist Betsy DeVos, and Tod Ricketts, the son of TD Ameritrade founder Joe Ricketts.

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7 Promises Trump Is Set To Break In 2017

Trump’s campaign was full of totally unworkable pledges and empty promises

Promises, you say?

Trump made a lot of promises for both his first 100 days and his presidency in general.

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Many decades ago, researchers made a startling find about alcohol consumption: Moderate drinkers are more healthy than both nondrinkers and heavy drinkers alike.

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George Takei Warns Trump Not To Repeat America’s Mistakes

‘National security’ must never again be permitted to justify wholesale denial of constitutional rights and protections

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This election season has resurrected some dark chapters in U.S. history. President-elect Trump’s wall-building, anti-Muslim, crassly sexist, anti-abortion, post-truth, demagogic populism coupled with his Vice President-elect’s uncompromising stance on women’s reproductive issues and LGBTQ issues have sent shivers down the spine of anyone who believes that the country was becoming a more tolerant, liberal democracy.

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If this election season has got you down, here’s a piece of good news: One of the most talented minds of our generation, Stephen Hawking, says that we have about 1,000 years left on this planet before we’ll have to pack up and leave.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Just Signaled Her Dissent Toward Trump With A Simple Fashion Statement

Her fashion statement said more than any written statement could

It is no secret that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has little love for President-elect Donald Trump.

Ginsburg has been critical of Trump over the course of the presidential campaign, calling out his refusal to release his tax returns—even wryly suggesting a move to New Zealand if he was elected. Now, through a subtle fashion statement, some believe that Bader Ginsburg has made a sly rebuke of Trump’s election.

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