It’s April 3rd. Happy Hump Day. Today, we Skimm’d This:
theSkimm: Human rights groups all over the world are calling out Brunei for harsh new laws. Now, people caught participating in gay sex could be stoned to death. Meanwhile, NATO Secretary General is visiting Capitol Hill. Just in time for NATO’s bday. But don’t expect a big party. Also on today’s episode: tax day is coming up, and a spy in Mar-a-Lago’s saying ‘sorry about that, Chief.’
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