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A Basic Breakdown Of Level-headed Solutions
Leo is rising in Trump’s chart, reflecting his need to shine in the spotlight and be admired, Hayes wrote in her reading of the stars. The new First Family: A look at Donald Trump’s family tree “Leo can be driven to do admirable works, but it can also be a Machiavellian manipulation for attention,” she wrote. What’s worse is that Trump’s Leo tendencies are exacerbated by Mars, which is also in Leo. The combo, Hayes said, intensifies Trump’s need for attention and why he feels he must bully people. And his Jupiter-ruled Sagittarius Moon “helps to cement that super-confidence into a belief system that is virtually unshakeable,” Hayes also noted. I repeat, I am not making this up. It’s right there in the chart for all to see. You still don’t believe? What about this: There are no planets in Earth elements in Trump’s birth chart — which explains why he’s all “fire and air, energy, enthusiasm and ideas,” Hayes said.
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Duke also said it cannot rule out the possibility that coal ash from another plant is flowing into nearby waters. Water breached the cooling lake dam at Duke’s 625-megawatt natural gas L.V. Sutton plant, causing the company to shut the plant. Water is now exiting the cooling lake through breaches, one large and several smaller, the company said in a statement on Friday. However, the company later in the day issued a statement saying the situation remains stable at the plant. The company did not provide any further information on the status of the incident. Hurricane Florence brought several feet of rain to parts of North Carolina over a period of days, and the historic level of storm flooding is not expected to subside until next week. Duke reported two coal ash leaks from a retired plant in Wilmington, North Carolina, following storm Florence. One came from its shuttered Sutton Power Plant on Saturday and a second on Sunday, according to federal officials. Officials had worried the water would overwhelm several pits where coal ash had been stored, potentially contaminating rivers.
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