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Trump Retweets Cher After Sanctuary City Fiasco Provides Enlightenment to Singer

The President agrees with Cher? What’s next; a high five for Nancy Pelosi?

Sometimes, celebrities can be a little dense.

That certainly sounds a lot like an insult, and I don’t necessarily mean it to be one.  It’s just a simple reality that any segment of the population is bound to have a few folks that are a little light in the forethought department.  When it comes to Hollywood and the rest of the entertainment industry, these bastions of imbecility tend to be the loudest and most profound.

Cher, famed singer from the 1980’s is falling victim to the ditzy celebrity stereotype this week, after inadvertently making President Trump very happy.

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Of course, President Trump’s entire suggestion of relocating “catch and release” undocumented immigrants into so-called “sanctuary cities” was designed to elicit this reaction.  It was a precise piece of political poignancy, meant to make the “resistance” think long and hard about what they are truly aiming for.

Trump just had to gloat a bit.

We’re betting that Cher wishes that she could turn back time on this tweet.

 

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