The Trump Eclipse: The Timing of Trump’s Election Loss

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After a month of false accusations of widespread voter fraud accompanied by 6-7 dozen failed lawsuits, Trump’s loss of the 2020 election became official on Dec. 14th, 2020. Without a single court or official investigative body finding a shred of evidence to support Trump’s claims of widespread voter fraud, the electoral college voted.  They made official the will of the people in each state of the USA, with not a single faithless elector. Joe Biden won with 306 electoral votes to Trump’s 232.

The timing of the event was very interesting from an astrological perspective. It took place on the day of a solar eclipse. Not just any solar eclipse; a solar eclipse conjunct Trump’s own natal lunar eclipse, and opposing his natal Sun within a degree!  Let’s take a closer look.

Trump’s Natal Eclipse

Donald Trump was born on June 14th, 1946 at 10:54 am at Jamaica Hospital Queens in Queens, New York. His birth data is sourced with an AA Rodden Rating (i.e. it is from an actual birth record).

Trump was born on the day of a lunar eclipse. One can spot the lunar eclipse in his chart right away, as the Sun and Moon are opposite each other (22 Gem and 21 Sag) while both are very close to the Nodes (20 Gem/Sag), where the Moon crosses the ecliptic (apparent path of the Sun). More information about the lunar eclipse on that day can also be found readily on the internet.

Donald Trump’s Natal Chart with Lunar Eclipse Highlighted

The Lights (Sun and Moon)

In my lesson on the planets, I noted that the Sun and Moon both generally “signify powerful and important things”. As well as the MC (point of the zodiacal culminating) and the 10th house, the Sun and Moon are the key factors to examine for timing power and its loss. The Sun is particularly symbolic for leadership, as the leader of planets, especially by day (Trump was born during the day). An eclipse symbolizes a disruption of the natural order.

Shedding Light on the Nature of Trump’s Leadership: Trump’s Lights in Brief

As the lunar eclipse in Trump’s chart pertains to circumstances of leadership and authority in his life, it is appropriate that his own legacy as a leader has so much pertained to the eclipse symbolism; disruption of the established order. The lunar eclipse is across mutable air and fire signs, which in traditional astrology are associated with instability, confusion, and socializing (think Twitter), additional hallmarks of his leadership style.

The Sun in the 11th house of friends and Moon in the 5th house of children is also appropriate. Consider the degree to which Trump has staffed his administration with his own children (5th house) and only the most loyal of friends (11th house), and led through direct popular appeal (11th house popularity). The Sun’s many connections to a cruel, bullying streak in the character (1st house) are also appropriate: 1st house Mars in the Sun’s home and near Ascendant, Ascendant in Mars bound and Sun’s house, Sun in Mars bound, Sun applying to Mars, twelfth-part of Mars conjunct the Sun.

The Trump Sun-Mars Leadership and Character Connections

Rise with Venus

In April of 2018, I added some analysis of Trump’s rise to power to an article on using primary directions. There I noted that Trump’s candidacy and inauguration pertained very strongly to primary directions pertaining to Venus. Venus rules the 10th house (authority, achievement) in Trump’s natal chart. Her twelfth-part also occupies the house. After Venus became the distributor of Trump’s directed Ascendant in 2010, Trump’s political identity became cemented. Trump becomes more politically involved, and more Republican. Within a few years he is already looking into a presidential run. His inauguration came with the period when Venus also aspected the directed Ascendant.

His political rise was very Venusian, in both good and bad ways. On the one hand, he was a popular entertainer appealing to his fanbase. On the other hand, the political rise was marred by one sexual scandal after another. In general, as a benefic, Venus signifies benefits, especially with regards to the 10th house (achievement), due to her rulership and twelfth-part there. The problems accompanying Venus’s benefits are primarily signified by her position in the 12th house conjunct Saturn in the natal chart.Trump Ascendant Directions Ages 50-75

Fall with Mars

If Trump’s birth time were exact, Trump left the period of Venus as distributor of the Ascendant in November of 2019 at which point Mars became the distributor (as it still is). Birth times are almost invariably rounded, at least to the nearest minute. For primary directions a few minutes of clock time can mean the difference of a year for indications. Therefore, we view the distributor as changing to Mars in late 2019. In December of 2019, Trump was impeached. The Senate ultimately voted against his removal from office in early 2020. A common refrain heard at that time from the Republicans was “let the voters decide” if Trump should be removed, as it was an election year.

Timing and Symbolism of Impeachment

Trump’s impeachment started on December 18th, 2019, exactly a year ago to the day as I write this. The timing of the transit of Mars on that day was vivid. Mars was at 19 Scorpio applying a square natal Mars (26 Leo). But more telling was that the twelfth-part of Mars conjoined Donald Trump’s Sun, at 22 Gemini, exactly on that day.

Transits in DC on Day of Trump’s Impeachment 12/18/2019: Note Twelfth-Part of Mars at 22 Gemini – the Degree of Trump’s Sun

The fact that a conjunction of the twelfth-part of Mars to Trump’s Sun timed his impeachment was no accident. As noted, Trump’s distributor changed to Mars just before the impeachment symbolizing a change of circumstances. No longer would Trump’s circumstances be characterized by a benefic Venus bolstering his 10th house. Now they are symbolized by hot and dangerous Mars in the 1st house of the body and identity; a warring character and, as we’ll see, an infected body.

Unpacking Some Martian Symbolism

Mars is a malefic and out of sect in Trump’s chart, signifying a danger of extremes of force and infection. Mars is in the 1st house of the body, character, and identity in Trump’s chart, while ruling the 9th of distant lands and the 4th of home and fatherland. The impeachment pitted him against his own country (4th house) pertaining to attempts to bully a foreign power (9th house) for political gain.

The Natal Promise

The transit of the twelfth-part of Mars to Trump’s Sun realizes the event promised by Trump’s own conjunction of his natal twelfth-part to his natal Sun. The Sun in Trump’s chart applies to Mars by sextile, but afflictions by Mars are more vividly symbolized by the occurrence of the twelfth-part of Mars conjunct Trump’s Sun (Mars symbolizing malefic danger and the Sun symbolizing leadership). Note that transiting Mars itself was transiting in Trump’s 4th house (Scorpio) opposing Trump’s own 10th house (Taurus) at the time of the impeachment.

Trump’s Chart with Twelfth-Parts Outside the Wheel and Mars-Sun Connections Highlighted

A New Mars in the 1st House Threat

Following the impeachment, Trump’s Mars distributor period was immediately followed by another crisis. He downplayed the threat played by the rising global pandemic of COVID-19. Interestingly, this also fits into the symbolism of Trump’s Mars. Mars is the planet most associated with infectious disease. The first house is that of the body, the person themselves. We go from issues of an abuse of power stemming from a display of a Mars character to a recklessness concerning threats to the body, both Mars 1st house themes.

The Aries Ingress of 2020 saw an unusually afflicted Jupiter, besieged by the malefics (separating from one and applying to another) in its fall, in a partile conjunction with Mars in the bound of Saturn. That’s a configuration with symbolism for the world as a whole for that year from late March 2020 to late March 2021, which saw an outbreak grow into a global pandemic that would significantly alter life for the next year.

2020 Aries Ingress from DC

For the US, the ingress was personal, as Mars and Saturn ruled the Ascendant (bound of Saturn in Scorpio) and the Sun found itself in the house of illness and servitude (6th house). The year revolved around COVID-19 concerns of Mars like infection and ongoing issues of bullying by the authorities, particularly police against minorities.

For Trump also, whose 10th house lord, Venus, is at 25 Cancer, the opposition of this configuration from 22-29 Capricorn was a little too personal. The twelfth-part of the ingress’s Ascendant in DC (about 27 Leo) also fell right on Trump’s Ascendant-Mars configuration. Trump not only grappled with COVID-19’s devastation of the US economy but he also got the virus and apparently was a party to a super-spreader event.

The Trump Sun-Mars Leadership and Character Connections

Trump Loses, and Loses, and Loses Some More

While the 2020 election will be known primarily for the unprecedented mail-in vote (due to the pandemic), election day Nov. 3, 2020 kicked off with the Moon in Gemini applying to Mars in Aries.  The most talked about transit of the day though was that of a stationing Mercury, and for good reason. As I noted in the lesson on planetary prominence, a stationing planet is of increased importance. The station is a planet changing direction in the sky, and here the symbolism is literally of a change of direction.

Station to Station

A direct station was considered strengthening for the planet. Mercury naturally rules elections, so its station is particularly symbolic here. Due to the unprecedented mail-in vote, a number of swing states witnessed a large initial Trump lead that would reverse to a very strong Biden one. I’ve noted that I previously attach a lot of significance to Venus when it comes to Trump’s rise (Venus in his natal is at 25CAN44).

It is therefore impossible to overestimate the important of Saturn transiting at 26 Capricorn on election day, opposite Trump’s Venus within a degree. The aspect of opposition signifies obstruction or contrary force, while Saturn is a malefic bringing loss. Mercury (at 25 Libra) didn’t just change direction on election day, but it changed direction directly into an aspect with that Saturn from a partile (same degree) square with Trump’s Venus (at 25 Cancer).

Election Day to Trump: Mercury Changes Direction to Apply to Saturn Who Opposes Trump’s Venus

Shitting the Bed

The month after election day would become dominated by a dozens upon dozens of lawsuits from Trump seeking to overturn the results of the election. In the end, I believe Trump had nearly 80 court losses. His refusal to concede exposed him as the biggest sore loser in American presidential history. His un-American attempts to undermine democracy will certainly become one of the most remembered features of his presidency leaving a sour taste for many years to come. Trump unfortunately ended his presidency by publicly shitting the bed tarnishing his legacy for decades to come and making a whole slew of new powerful enemies that will haunt him for the rest of his life.

Trump Officially Loses the Election

Finally, on Dec. 14th, 2020, the election results became official when the electoral college voted. As Forbes reported it, Trump officially lost his presidency on the day of an eclipse during a meteor shower and the appearance of a moderately bright comet. The Geminids meteor shower was supposed to have started that day and comet S3 Erasmus was perhaps visible with a good pair of binoculars, but we are mainly interested in the eclipse. Trump was born on the day of a lunar eclipse and Dec. 14th marks the official loss of Trump’s bid for a second term.

Solar Eclipse of Dec. 14th, 2020 from DC

The eclipse of December 14th, 2020 was a total solar eclipse in early 23 Sagittarius. What’s so special about 23 Sagittarius? Well, Trump was born with the Sun at late 22 Gemini. This means the eclipse was directly opposed to Trump’s natal Sun, the very planet signifying Trump’s leadership. In fact, the eclipse opposes Trump’s Sun so closely that it is within a quarter of a degree of exact. A fitting end to the reign of the chief disrupter.

The Electoral College Eclipse as Transits to Donald Trump’s Chart: When Trump was Finally Eclipsed

Featured image is of the December 14th, 2020 Eclipse from Gorbea, Chile attribution: CuervoNN, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons



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19 thoughts on “The Trump Eclipse: The Timing of Trump’s Election Loss

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  • January 13, 2021 at 5:47 pm

    It is very telling that now that he’s impeached again, Mars reached Taurus, his 10th, right after the perfect square with Saturn and Venus in 12th.

  • December 19, 2020 at 6:20 pm

    I appreciate the lengthy metaphor, but I was pointing to the logic behind casting charts for the actual birth date. No astrologer casts charts for the baby shower. Your metaphor comparing the Dec 14th cast to an ultrasound is a bit hyperbolic in the sense that the December 14th date is not a physical declarative science or technology. Rather it is more akin to a general litmus test that can change given a fluctuation in parameters.

    So, I’m not sure how thorough your source information is but 7 state Republican electors from Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico cast alternative slates of votes for President Donald Trump on Dec. 14, as the certified Democrat electors in the same states cast votes for former Vice President Joe Biden.

    While there’s precedent for dueling sets of electors casting votes in a presidential election, the number of states involved in the action sent the 2020 election into uncharted territory. Democrats successfully executed the same gambit in Hawaii in 1960 by casting an alternative set of votes for John F. Kennedy after the state’s governor certified the electors for Richard Nixon.

    Congress ultimately counted the Kennedy electors even though he wasn’t declared the winner in the election until 11 days after Nixon’s electors were certified. President Donald Trump and allied third parties are pursuing legal challenges to the election in all of the states involved, including a lawsuit filed in New Mexico on the same day as the Electoral College vote.

    In essence, sending dueling electors is a methodology used to keep the door open for further pending election litigation.

    “Sending more than one slate of electors is not unheard of,” said Meshawn Maddock, Michigan Republican at-large national elector, in an emailed release. “It’s our duty to the people of Michigan and to the U.S. Constitution to send another slate of electors if the election is in controversy or dispute—and clearly it is.”

    So it would be interesting to see an analysis done for January 6th and January 20th. This is the claim I am bringing to You. Again I reiterate, as astrologers we cast charts for the moment of birth, not the gender announcement during the baby shower, that is not a primary indicator in any tradition. This was the useage of my metaphor. And I stand by my previous statement in regards to Supreme justice RBG stating the January 6th is the date of “ultimate significance.” As determine under the Bush v Gore case.

    • December 21, 2020 at 12:26 pm

      You write “December 14th date is not a physical declarative science or technology”. It is not a physical science or technology at all, and that is not what the metaphor draws attention to. As I noted, the metaphor concerns the moment the determination became clear (sex of the baby or the winner of the election). As the electoral college definitively decides the next president, except in the very rare instance in which its own results are unclear, the metaphor was an apt one. The electoral college definitively and clearly declared the results of the presidential election. The formality of congress counting the votes is equivalent to the formality of the subsequent mailer of results in terms of being inconsequential record-keeping.

      You write, “I’m not sure how thorough your source information is but 7 state Republican electors […] cast alternative slates of votes […].

      I’m not sure how thorough your source of information is but no state in the union sent two sets of electoral college votes. Trump having his buddies declare themselves an alternative slate of electors has as much precedence and legal consequence as me and my buddies doing so. There is precedence of states sending two slates of electors, but that did not occur this year. Trump’s alternative electors were not certified by any state, were not selected at the time electors must be selected, and were not sent by any state as electoral college votes, alternative or otherwise. Even the conservative news source The National Review has thoroughly debunked this idea of loser-appointed “alternative electors” as anything of any sort of legal reality, merit, or consequence.

      What the “alternative electors” represent is a means for Trump to convince the most ignorant and gullible of his supporters to continue sending him money in the guise of “helping his campaign”, and probably also to incite Eric Rudolph types to commit domestic terrorism (as we’ve seen with people being stabbed and shot in recent days) and run around ironically calling Americans that actually respect democracy and rule of law “treasonous” while they themselves fantasize about martial law.

      I follow your argument about birth charts vs. baby shower charts. Although, here the birth chart would actually be Trump’s birth chart, along with other roots charts such the ingress, Trump’s solar return, and New and Full Moons. My use of the eclipse is primarily as a timing of promises in Trump’s natal chart and the Aries ingress, not as a “birth chart”. However, the solar eclipse is itself a root chart for the events of the lunar month in traditional astrology, so astrologically it is indeed the metaphorical “birth chart” for the important events of the month (and even beyond in the case of an eclipse). Event charts, such as the transits of Jan. 6th and 20th are comparatively much less significant, as they would only act so far as to signifying the timing of events in more significant roots charts rather than some sort of reversal of such indications.

  • December 19, 2020 at 3:03 pm

    Basically the difference between Dec 14 and January 6th is the equivalent of the baby shower to the birth date. The former alluding to: what is to follow.

    • December 19, 2020 at 5:06 pm

      Not at all. We are not so interested in the birth of the baby but in figuring out his sex. The Nov. 3rd election is like a very reliable but early chemical urine test that can sometimes give mixed results and require additional tests. The Dec. 14th electoral college vote is like the ultrasound where 99% of the time you’ll get decisive information on the sex. The Jan. 6th date is like when the hospital mails the results to you after the fact even though you were at the ultrasound appointment. And Jan. 20th is the birth of the baby. In the case that the sex of the baby isn’t pretty clear after the Nov. 3rd test, you can get definitive answers on Dec. 14th. Only in the extremely rare case that the ultrasound results are a complete mess that no one can make much sense of does it come down to the hospital’s mailer on Jan. 6th (or have to wait until the birth on the 20th).

      The United States Constitution sets out that the president of the US is chosen by the electoral college. The electoral college “decides” the election in the US. It can even differ from the popular vote. Today states have set things up such that it would be difficult for the electoral college to significantly differ from the winner of the popular vote in the individual states. When someone has won the electoral college, they have won the election. Only if it is not possible to count a clear winner from the electoral college’s results would the “count” function take on any importance in deciding the election.

      The January 6th “counting” of the electoral votes by Congress is two things: 1. a formal holdover from the pre-modern days, 2. a final way to sort things out if the electoral college of some state submits a set of votes that is irregular and doesn’t follow the rules of certification.

      The holdover aspect is that in the constitution the electoral college was to vote and then seal the vote, send it off to congress, and then it would be counted. The constitution only gives congress the power to “count” the votes. Today, we have televised electoral college voting in which the vote is counted well before the congressional counting formality, which makes it an insignificant vestige as far as this first aspect is concerned.

      The second thing, the final way to sort things out in case the electoral college is a mess, came about as a result of the 1876 election in which four states had issues with their electors or their assignment. One state had an elector who seemed to not be legally so and three others were so close that the parties in the states both sent their sets of electors. The issue had to be sorted out over months of congressional and court action. The Electoral Count Act of 1877 helped to further clarify what to do to prevent such scenarios in the future and how to handle such situations. The January 6th counting and attention to how to settle electoral college irregularities are a result of the electoral college act, which does not change the constitution but merely clarifies how to handle the rare scenario where a state’s electoral college submission doesn’t make sense.

      Again, it’s right in the constitution. The electoral college vote decides the winner of the election; congress merely counts the votes and announces the results.

      No state this year submitted multiple sets of electors or failed to certify its electors. There were no electoral college irregularities.
      Additionally, Trump has not asserted electoral college irregularities. He has asserted popular vote irregularities (which were all found in court to be without merit). But in the constitution the popular vote does not decide the presidency, the electoral college does, and congress merely counts their votes. All the states submitted normal electoral college results certified by that state, even in Republican-led states (many of the swing states are Republican-led). Additionally, Biden received 306 votes to Trump’s 232 without a single faithless elector.

  • December 19, 2020 at 2:47 pm

    I’m not posting to be controversial, I’m posting to inform you of the legal facts. January 6th is the Official electoral college tally which certifies a president elect.

    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s recognition in Bush v. Gore that the date of “ultimate significance” is Jan. 6.

    That’s when Congress counts and certifies the votes of the Electoral College. The only fixed day in the U.S. Constitution, however, is the inauguration of the president on Jan. 20 at noon.

    You can look these up yourself. What has occurred in December is a not an official process but rather a safety zone for objection following the safe harbor date. Currently with the 7 states sending dual electors it is officially a contested election, pushing the legal process to the true deadline of January 6th. This was ruled by justice RBG during the gore v bush case.

    Nothing in this statement is controversial these are simply the facts.

    No big deal, hope this adds clarity.

  • December 19, 2020 at 10:13 am

    I noticed next Aries ingress the AC and MC degree will be the same as mine. Is this normally personal to common folks or only for top dogs?

    • December 19, 2020 at 10:37 am

      The short answer is for top dogs. The Aries Ingress is about mundane events, those affecting the country being examined (that ingress was set for DC). A strong connection with it may signify being strongly affected by the annual political and other mundane circumstances that year, but overall you’re going to want to look more at your own solar return for what’s important for you this year.

      Best wishes,


  • December 19, 2020 at 8:51 am

    Yes I did the chart for 10.50 he was born at 54. So the spanish site is right too

    • December 19, 2020 at 10:39 am

      Yeah, there you go. I mentioned how a few minutes of birth time difference can translate to a year’s difference in primary directions of the Ascendant – here you’re seeing the effects of using a different birth time by 4 minutes. I’m not familiar with the Spanish site.

  • December 19, 2020 at 8:49 am

    His Sun 12 part is square sun too

    • December 19, 2020 at 1:04 pm

      That’s a good point.

      There’s always quite a lot I have to leave out. speaking of “a lot”, a whole additional long article could be written on Trump’s lot of necessity, which is in partile conjunction to his natal Mars. The lot of necessity pertains to legal battles and I covered how it related to Clinton’s impeachment in another article.

  • December 19, 2020 at 7:59 am

    According to Trumps PD in mars bound begins only by the end of next year

    • December 19, 2020 at 8:15 am

      They are not doing Ptolemaic primary directions. As I noted in my introductory article on primary directions:
      “According to Martin Gansten who wrote the definitive text on the subject, prior to the 15th century, directions were always in the zodiac (i.e. in zodiaco as opposed to in mundo), without latitude, used semi-arc proportions, and without any relationship to particular system of quadrant house division (Gansten, 2009, p. 61). That dispenses with about 90% of possible software settings for primary directions. Let’s keep it simple and stick with primary directions as they were done for about the first 1500 years of horoscopic astrology.”

      During the Renaissance and afterward the different types of primary directions exploded. To this day, traditional astrologers often use some type of one of these later modifications. I always use the same simple pre-Renaissance Ptolemaic-style of primary directions in every article, as the site is devoted to sticking to factors and techniques of the first millennium. Simpler, and works better. I’ve provided the settings and rationale in my articles on primary directions which can be used on free software for anyone to replicate the technique.

  • December 18, 2020 at 9:10 pm

    Also the official dates are January 6th and more specifically January 20th by noon according to constitutional law. The real electoral college occurs on January 6th.

    • December 19, 2020 at 8:21 am

      January 6th is just congress counting the electoral college votes. It has never made any impact on any election in US history and probably never will. January 20th is when Biden officially starts his presidency. In my opinion, Biden was elected when the popular vote tally was completed, while the election was made official after all court challenges were lost and the electoral college reaffirmed the will of the people. The period between the popular vote and the electoral college is the window of time when a candidate can challenge results, get recounts, or expose voter fraud. As the electoral college has always been decisive, the timing of its vote is a decisive moment.

  • December 18, 2020 at 9:07 pm

    I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that this isn’t actually over yet. If you look at the charts strictly from planetary placements (regardless of rising signs) between Trumps Chart and Bidens chart with consideration of transiting planets on angles to benefics and malefics and place ments from natal moons. Trumps chart is far stronger than bidens still. As Mars gets closer to tropical taurus it will be in the 6th sign from trumps natal moon whereas biden will have mars flowing from the 12th through the 2nd from bidens moon for a few months. This is excellent for trump being in an upachaya house and terrible for biden as it indicates blood disorders and minor accidents. The next 6 months are very difficult for biden. Now kamalas chart i have not seen yet.

    Overall looking at this major period in time let us consider the Great Conjunction occuring.

    the Greek astrologer antiochus said, “the two heavy planets (Saturn and Jupiter) cause conflicts and overthrowings, and that is from their shifts from Triplicity to Triplicity and from one essence to it’s contrary.”

    Abu Ma’shar a Persian astrologer wrote: “and the years in which there is unrest and rebels and deniers, are recognized when the two heavy ones are in conjunction.”

    Saturn rules the current and lawful king, religious men of faith, farmers and rural people, traditions, law and order, etc; while Jupiter rules judges, social leaders, rebels, amongst many other signification.

    Now because Saturn is higher in declination than Jupiter all things of a Saturnian nature should prevail. Particularly start in Dec 18th-19th as Saturn and Jupiter begin switching signs and Mercury passes to the other side of the sun.

    Overall Triplicity shifts occur every 240 years and bring changes in religious ideologies and geopoltical systems, kings, sects, etc.

    While shifts in essence occur every 80 years and are testing periods. IE 2020, 1940, 1860, 1780, etc. These conjunctions occur every 20 years an cause minor civil unrest, they reoccur in approximately the same portion of the sky every 60 years, however the battles between governments and rebels occurs every 80 years.

    The great Reset will fail and wont have a chance to take root until 80 years from at the next generational mutation. Because Saturn has higher declination and is occuring in a fixed sign the outcome will be in the current and lawful kings favor (Trump) and there will be a persistence of things (ie no great reset from the world economic forum or drastic change).

    All the best and this will prove to be one of the most monumental eras in our current historical timeline.

    love your blog and work keep it up and thank you.

    • December 19, 2020 at 8:24 am

      Thanks for the comment. I’ve written a lot on the Great Conjunction. Needless to say, its significance is for great changes globally in politics, religion, and lifestyle for this coming age, not a great change in Trump’s fortune.

      Best wishes,



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