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Donald Trump Told Russian Officials He Fired 'Nut Job' James Comey To Relieve 'Pressure' With Russia!

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There's only room for one mental case in Donald Trump's administration.

And seeing as that role is already taken up by POTUS himself, FBI Director (and Trump-certified "nut job") James Comey sadly had to go.

Last week, the President reportedly bragged to two top Russian officials that firing the "crazy" director relieved "great pressure" on all those pesky colluding-with-Russia rumors that just won't go away!

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According to The New York Times, he said:

"I just fired the head of the FBI. He was crazy, a real nut job. I faced great pressure because of Russia. That's taken off."

This came up during Trump's Oval Office meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak that took place one day after Comey got the boot.

This was also the meeting where the Big Cheeto spilled top secret information about ISIS that came from Israel through a sensitive intelligence sharing arrangement — a slip up that Israeli officials said confirmed their "worst fears."

Trump's worst fear, according to bush-man Sean Spicer, is apparently being unable to

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Police Report Details The Timeline Of Chris Cornell's Death

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More details surrounding Chris Cornell's untimely death continue to come in.

News of the Soundgarden artist's suicide has come as a huge surprise to many including his family, so what exactly happened following the 52-year-old's concert in Detroit on Wednesday night?

According to a police report obtained by The Detroit News, the rock star returned to his hotel room at the MGM Grand Hotel after his show ended around 11:30 p.m. He was escorted by his bodyguard, Martin Kirsten, who helped him fix a computer problem and gave Cornell two Ativan pills, "which victim takes for anxiety."

Shortly after, Chris spoke with his wife Vicky on the phone, during which conversation he sounded "groggy" and abruptly ended the call saying, "I'm just tired."

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At 12:15 a.m., Vicky called Martin to have him

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Chris Cornell Used Exercise Equipment To Take His Own Life In His Hotel Room

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Chris Cornell

What a tragedy.

It has now been revealed that Chris Cornell took his own life using a red elastic exercise band attached to a carabiner (often used for mountain climbing) to the top of his hotel bathroom door, according to TMZ.

The outlet reports the legendary artist jammed the door shut with the clip at the top, which was so tight it left an indentation in the frame.

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This news comes after his wife Vicky's assertion that the Soundgarden musician may have been under the influence of Ativan at the time of his death – and that he would never intentionally leave his three children behind by committing suicide.

If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, don't hesitate to call the National Suicide Hotline at ‪1-800-273-8255.

[Image via Nicky Nelson/WENN.]

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Chris Cornell's Family Struggles To Believe He Would Take His Own Life — Suggests 'Drugs Or Other Substances May Have Affected His Actions'

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We still can't believe we lost Chris Cornell so unexpectedly this week.

As we reported, the Soundgarden frontman was found in his hotel room after a gig in Detroit on Wednesday night, with a band of some kind around his neck. His death was ruled suicide by hanging.

In response, the Cornell family's attorney Kirk Pasich says the 52-year-old's loved ones are "disturbed" at speculation the musician would intentionally take his own life — and in a statement from Cornell's wife Vicky, Chris admitted to taking "an extra Ativan or two" before he was found dead.

Related: All The Stars We've Lost In 2017

Pasich said to the press:

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Kesha Opens Up About How Online Bullying Fueled Her Eating Disorder In New Essay

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In a new essay for Teen Vogue, Kesha pens an inspiring message about overcoming her eating disorder and finding happiness despite being bullied online.

The 30-year-old singer allowed herself to be vulnerable in the emotional piece opening up about being an "outcast" ever since she was young — but it was the cruel opinions of others, combined with anxiety and depression, that led to the TiK ToK artist's eating disorder.

Kesha wrote:

"When I think about the kind of bullying I dealt with as a child and teen, it seems almost quaint compared with what goes on today. The amount of body-shaming and baseless slut-shaming online makes me sick. I know from personal experience how comments can mess up somebody's self-confidence and sense of self-worth. I have felt so unlovable after reading cruel words written by strangers who don't know a thing about me."

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Of her personal experience with the disease, the Nashville native said:

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Chris Cornell Closed His Final Performance With A Cover About Death — As His Wife Says He Showed No Signs Of Suicidal Thoughts

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Chris Cornell's sudden death continues to perplex his fans and family.

The Soundgarden frontman played his final, sold out performance with the band on Wednesday night in Detroit — hours before he was found dead in his hotel bathroom.

The rocker's mysterious passing is even eerier given the final song in his last performance was about death.

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According to reports, the 52-year-old ended the set with a cover of Led Zeppelin's In My Time of Dying, in which he sang:

"In my time of dying, I want nobody to mourn/All I want for you to do is take my body home."

Detroit police are investigating Cornell's death as a possible suicide, but the singer's wife insists he was not

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