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Plum's Peach + Federal Judge: Trump LIKELY Committed Crimes + Don't Say Gay Signed Into Florida Law + MORE! — 6-PACK

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ABOVE: Mirror, mirror ... NM, we know the answer. BELOW: Keep reading for a judge coming for Trump, a young actor's first booty scene, Don't Say Gay is the law in Florida and more ...

Nice rack, too! (Image via video still) OMG.BLOG! (WORK UNFRIENDLY): The name's Tom Plumley, but he's flaunting a peach! NYT: A federal judge has found that Trump likely broke the law.

Now, we move toward a constitutional crisis. KENNETH IN THE (212): Buncha sexy tennis pros. HUFF POST: One day after a joke by Amy Schumer, Regina Hall and Wanda Sykes about Don't Say Gay was one of the humor highlights of the Oscars, Florida's Republican Gov.

Ron DeSantis has defiantly signed the odious bill into law. VULTURE: Gone-viral pic of Nicole Kidman losing her shit over the Will Smith-Chris Rock fracas was ...

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