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Presidents have acted out blatant hypocrisy in the past. George W. Bush’s call for a “humble” foreign policy, for instance, was a total sham from the day Ol’ Georgie assumed office.

But nobody takes the (stripper-filled) cake on do-as-I-say, not-as-I-do quite like our philanderer-in-chief Donald Trump.

In today’s clip, late night comic Jimmy Kimmel calls out the Trump administration’s $75 million initiative pushing abstinence-only education. This latest brainchild of Betsy DeVos could hardly be timed worse, with the POTUS currently facing a legal dead-end while trying to cover-up an illicit affair with porn star Stormy Daniels. (And like every DeVos brainstorm, it’s a stupid idea, too.)

Watch for Jimmy’s wonderful take on Trump abstinence pamphlets at the half-minute mark.

Senatory Lindsey Graham with President Trump

Photo by The White House

Reprinted with permission from Alternet

In a worst-case scenario for Republicans — and a best-case scenario for Democrats — the GOP would not only lose the White House in November, but also, would lose the U.S. Senate and watch Democrats expand their majority in the U.S. House of Representatives. Journalists Olivia Beavers and Juliegrace Brufke, in an article for The Hill, discuss the possibility of a major blue wave in November and the fears that Republican activists are expressing behind closed doors.

Some Republicans are privately expressing what Beavers and Brufke describe as a "growing sense of doom." A GOP source, presumably interviewed on condition of anonymity, told The Hill, "If the election were today, we would lose the House, the Senate and the White House."

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