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TRUMP SUCCESS For Men 3.4 oz Eau De Toilette Spray By Donald Trump (from 3 stores)

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Men's 3.4 oz EDT Spray. Donald Trump represents the quintessential American success story to many and his name could be considered a brand of its own. The famed real estate developer deal-maker business magnate television personality and celebrity introduces his new fragrance appropriately named Success. The classy masculine juice is housed in a simple bottle. Top notes of Juniper Red Currant and Coriander. Middle notes of Geranium Ginger and Bamboo Leaves. Base filled with Vetiver Tonka Beans Birch Wood and Musk. Success was launched in 2011.

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Success Cologne by Donald Trump, 3.4 oz Eau De Toilette Spray for Men

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Yes, Russia Likely Did Swing Votes For Donald Trump - HuffPost

Fifteen months later, special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has found that the skepticism that afflicted people like Bentley’s son was no fluke. It was the result of deliberate efforts by the Russian government to hurt Clinton and help Donald Trump win the presidency ― efforts that included the targeting of young African-Americans like Bentley’s son.

In fact, the day before Obama visited Jacksonville, Florida, to support Clinton, Russians purchased an ad for the Instagram account of a fake group called Blacktivist. It urged African-Americans to vote for a third-party candidate. “Choose peace and vote for Jill Stein. Trust me, it’s not a wasted vote,” the ad read, according to Mueller’s indictment.

Over the entire final month of the race, Trump essentially centered his campaign on talking about the emails stolen by Russian intelligence and then released through its allied group WikiLeaks. The messages, which were sent to and from Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, cast Clinton in a bad light. “We love WikiLeaks!” Trump would tell his rally crowds and live TV audiences, urging them to go to the website and read the emails for themselves. “Boy, do we...



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