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A recent Twitter post from @owenawhaley pointed out a pronounced difference in the number of criminal indictments in the administrations of 3 Republican and 3 Democratic presidential administrations.

The difference was striking—317 indictments among Presidents Trump, Nixon and Reagan, as compared to only 3 among Presidents Obama, Carter and Clinton.

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President Donald Trump made an appearance at the United Nations Monday before the first day of the high-level General Debate slated for Tuesday, September 24. Many world leaders were in attendance and the President took the opportunity to sit down with the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.

During the press conference, the discussion turned to topics other than the United Nations or Pakistan when a member of the Pakistani press asked about the Nobel Prize.

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Former Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's fervent evangelical views got national attention when she launched her presidential campaign for the 2012 Republican nomination.

Her Christian counseling center offered gay conversion therapy, she fought for a constitutional ban on same sex marriage, and she often cites her faith as a touchstone informing her views.

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President Donald Trump has frequently flummoxed Americans everywhere with his eagerness to tell lies that are easily disprovable.

It looks like he just put another notch in that belt.

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ATLANTA - SEPTEMBER 16: Former President Jimmy Carter smiles at the crowd during his 28th annual town hall meeting at Emory University on September 16, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia. Carter answered Emory students' questions ranging in topics from racism, health care and the Middle East during the one-hour town hall meeting. (Photo by Jessica McGowan/Getty Images)

Former President Jimmy Carter took aim at President Donald Trump during 37th annual Town Hall for first-year Emory University students. When asked what he would do differently if he were to become president again, he got a swipe in at the current occupant of the White House.

The gist of it? Carter would do the opposite of everything Trump has done.

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ATLANTA, GA - AUGUST 20: Former President Jimmy Carter discusses his cancer diagnosis during a press conference at the Carter Center on August 20, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia. Carter confirmed that he has melanoma that has spread to his liver and brain and will start treatment today. (Photo by Jessica McGowan/Getty Images)

Former President Jimmy Carter isn't known to jump to public criticism. The retired peanut farmer has mostly focused on working with Habitat for Humanity and enjoying retirement.

However, in a recent interview with The Washington Post, Carter didn't mince words when discussing the current president:

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Prostitution is not the oldest profession, but the “oldest oppression,” writes Jimmy Carter in a controversial editorial for The Washington Post. The former president of the United States said he does not believe consensual work exists and strongly disagreed with assertions that prostitution can be an affirmation of female agency: “[But] I cannot accept a policy prescription that codifies such a pernicious form of violence against women.” He then suggested a change in policy “consistent with advancing human rights and societies,” but certain critics are finding faults with his proposal.

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