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Let's give Trump the TV remote, not the nuclear button

The leader of the free world spends four to eight hours a day glued to the television, and sucking down Diet Cokes.

He's not the only angry old man who acts like that. You've probably got a surly loner uncle who has a similar routine.

During holiday visits you steer him to an empty room, plant him in front of the flat-screen and close the door, so the rest of the family can't hear him

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