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Donald Trump Strategist Steve Bannon Says The White House Press Briefings Are Being Hidden From The Public Because Sean Spicer Is Too Fat

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You remember at the beginning of Donald Trump's reign, how we used to see White House Press Briefings all the time?

It seemed like at least four days a week Sean Spicer would get up there and belligerently lash out at the press corps, facts, and logic itself in an attempt to defend his master's words and actions.

But not so much anymore.

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The Atlantic noticed the decline as well, pointing out that Press Briefings had gradually gotten shorter and more sporadic and were often held totally off-camera.

A reasonable person would assume this is about that disapproval rating. After all when you're doing things that hurt the majority of Americans, best to do it in the shadows. Not to mention it's basically impossible to spin the shit Trump tweets.

The Atlantic reached out to Spicer and Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to no response, but one Trump team member did give an answer as to what's going on. Chief strategist Steve Bannon explained the briefings were being hidden from the public because:

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Sake Is Rising!

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If asked, the common man would probably say they like sake. If asked specifically for a TYPE of sake, they'd probably say whatever they serve at their favorite sushi joint.

Thanks to Ty Ku Premium Sake & Spirits, that's all about to change. The brand is catching national attention and was most recently profiled in The Atlantic, which calls the taste "delicate and full of flavor."

Although the company is based in New York, the liqueur is produced in Japan with the help of two small sake breweries, so the taste is authentic. And unlike most sake, it doesn't need to be heated to go down smooth.

With three distinct flavors, there is something here for everyone to enjoy. Here is what New York Times editor Clay Risen had to say about them:

"The silver has pear notes and a slight citrus acidity on the tongue. The black is richer, with peach and vanilla in the nose and less citrus on the tongue. The white, easily the best sake I've ever had (though, disclaimer: that's not saying much), was packed with flavors, including mushrooms, bubble gum, pepper, and licorice. Some say it, too, has some citrus, in the form of grapefruit and lemon, but I didn't detect it."

On top of great taste, this stuff is made out of only four natural ingredients — rice, water, yeast & koji — while being low in calories with only 55 per glass!

Would U give this stuff a shot outside of your favorite sushi restaurant (if you're of age, of course)?

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