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That’s okay, because my brand is solid and so am I.
Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, turns 70 Tuesday.
If elected, he'd be the oldest person ever elected to a first term as president.
I know that, whatever happens, I’m a survivor — a survivor of success, which is a very rare thing indeed.” (7) “I think Eminem is fantastic, and most people think I wouldn’t like Eminem. Russell said, ‘You’re in more hip-hop songs than any other person,’ like five of them lately.
And did you know my name is in more black songs than any other name in hip-hop? That’s a great honor for me.” () didn’t feel like much of anything.
The Penn State child sex abuse scandal started with Jerry Sandusky, an assistant American football coach for the Penn State Nittany Lions, engaging in sexual abuse of children over a period of at least 15 years.
Sandusky had located and groomed victims through his charity organization, The Second Mile.
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