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‘God did not answer to the studies of the lawyers, so why should the president?’
The first A.I. President of the United States of America was developed from the last human incumbent, Donald J. Trump. The resultant hybrid immediately absorbed enough popular and literary culture to write a revolutionary Manifesto. Packed with heroes and villains, celebrity anecdotes, and motivational coaching, every page provokes and prophesies with both the lyricism of a romantic and the coolness of automation.
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Gerd Heidemann, a journalist, explained to other reporters that – via Martin Bormann – he had found Hitler’s personal diaries, lost since 1945. In April, 1982, the editors-in-chief at Stern magazine learned that far more than twenty-seven diaries existed. The … Continue reading →
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