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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer promised to lead Senate Democrats in trying to block Donald Trump's cabinet nominees Thursday. Democrats are vowing to make Trump a no-term president. It's all part of the natural cycle of denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and Inauguration.
 
The GOP House and Senate will take up in earnest Monday a bill to replace Obamacare with a free-market based program. Pushback is intense. Democrats claim any changes in Obamacare coverage will result in a reduction of breast and prostate exams, but they're free at the nearest airport.
 
President Trump was targeted by a women's march in which millions of feminists, Hispanics, and civil rights advocates marched in U.S. cities the day after his Inauguration. It's amazing. In just one day, Trump inspired more out-of-shape people to go walking than Michelle Obama did in eight years.
 
Chris Matthews caused outrage Friday by describing President Trump's inauguration speech as Hitlerian. Somebody always takes things a bit too far. Perhaps if Hitler's inauguration speech had been blessed by a rabbi afterwards like Trump's was, things would have turned out better for him.
 
President Trump's inaugural speech Friday attempted to depict himself as a fighter for better trade deals with foreign nations, a sentry for a strong border, and as a champion for American industries. However Trump's power is not absolute. It will never replace cocaine in Hollywood's eyes.
 
President Trump vowed Saturday that he will soon get Congress moving on legislation which funds building the border wall. For those questioning Trump's logic in building a wall on the border, just look at the success of the Great Wall of China. You hardly ever see a Mexican in Beijing.
 
The White House acknowledged Friday that Donald Trump's Inauguration featured the most number of prayers delivered at an Inaugural ceremony in U.S. history. This is no laughing matter. The prayers were delivered by a priest, three preachers and a rabbi, and they don't even go into a bar.
 
Pope Francis ripped President Trump in a sermon Sunday for planning to build a border wall. The pope is guarded by a forty-foot-high Vatican City wall, the Vatican Guards, armed security agents, the Rome police and the Italian Army. It's the most protection a Catholic's ever used.
 
President Trump signed executive orders and he met with business and labor leaders Monday and set a Thursday meeting with Britain's prime minister. It was his first full working day. Democrats can't figure out if this was the worst day they ever had or the best Twilight Zone episode they ever saw.
 
Madonna told the women's protest in Washington Saturday that she's considering blowing up the White House. We're off the rails. Madonna and Charles Manson recently settled an argument they were having about who was worse, Nixon or Trump, by agreeing that reasonable minds can differ.
 
President Trump will be targeted by new protests which were announced Tuesday. Organizers say that last weekend's anti-Trump rallies were so successful they've scheduled another one in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 26th. And if there's enough time they plan to hand out some Oscars.
 
DNC chair candidates Sally Brown and Jahmu Greene auditioned on MSNBC on Monday. A white Brown woman and a black Greene woman spent an hour condemning white people who live in red states. Crayola could win a Nobel Peace Prize for teaching Americans how to live in the same box.
 
President Trump's executive orders this week drew the expected protests from Democrats and from Hispanic and Muslim immigration activists. He's vowed to keep America safe. The only way Trump can please everybody is to order the Syrian refugees to build the border wall around Chicago.
 
Madonna explained that her threat at Saturday's anti-Trump rally to blow up the White House was taken out of context by the Secret Service. Relax. Blowing up the White House was another one of her public offers of oral sex to anyone who opposes Trump, and that includes White House staffers.
 
Governor Jerry Brown last week delivered his annual State of the State Address to a combined legislature. He governs a real menagerie out here. A recent poll in the Los Angeles Times shows that one-third of Californians want to secede from the Union, and the rest want to remain in Mexico.
 
-- Argus Hamilton
 
Hillary Clinton said yesterday that the images of the Women's March were "awe-inspiring." Adding, "Nice to see you all come out in full force, finally."
 
Oscar nominations were announced today with Meryl Streep nominated for "Florence Foster Jenkins," Natalie Portman for "Jackie," and Hillary Clinton for smiling her way through the inauguration.
 
-- Seth Meyers
 
 
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