Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Donald Trump and Sean Spicer take their hypnosis road show to Nashville

It looks something like this, I imagine.

In One Rocky Week, Trump’s Self-Inflicted Chaos on Vivid Display.   (The New York Times, 3/18/2017)
Indeed, in Nashville on Wednesday night, Mr. Trump spoke to a rapturous crowd of almost 10,000 people and his embattled spokesman, Sean Spicer, was greeted as a star by awe-struck supporters, who spent several minutes crowding around him to take pictures and pat him on the back. But in Washington, some Republican lawmakers and officials have watched in dismay and frustration, they say privately, because the president they are looking to for cover and salesmanship of the health care overhaul keeps getting sidetracked.

Their 10th album, Mystery to Me, debuted on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart for the week ending November 17, 1973.  It charted 26 weeks, peaking at #67.   It was certified gold -- sales of 500,000 units -- in 1976.

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