Both are best known for working with large angry primates.

Donald Trump, in his infinite wisdom and paranoia, dropped his announcement Wednesday morning that he’d chosen a new FBI director through his preferred communications medium, Twitter. Now we know why Sean Spicer clarified yesterday that Trump’s tweets should be considered “official statements.” So, here’s an official presidential statement:

Perhaps Spicer just made a lucky guess, since Trump didn’t bother telling his communications staff about the pick in advance, which would explain why, unlike most administrations, the Trumpers didn’t provide a fact sheet on who the hell this Christopher Wray guy is.

One senior administration official said “of course not” when asked by The Daily Beast whether top communications staff such as press secretary Sean Spicer and his deputy Sarah Huckabee Sanders were informed that the president would be tweeting out the news about Wray on Wednesday morning, sans a basic press strategy in place.

Did Trump bother telling top members of Congress, who might be rather interested in the choice, since the Senate has to confirm the guy? Nahhhh:

Sens. Chuck Grassley and Diane Feinstein, respectively the top Republican and Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, learned of Wray’s expected nomination through Twitter. So too did House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.

Trump probably told someone about his decision, but the Daily Beast’s rather limited sample of six administration officials didn’t find anyone who was told about the choice in advance:

“We woke up to this,” one official said. “[Everyone in the White House] should all be used to this by now…This is how [Trump] operates.”

Asked after the president’s Twitter announcement whether the White House had prepared any material promoting Wray and his nomination, one staffer simply replied, “Something will be put out.”

And hey, just four hours later, they put something out!

So who the hell is this Christopher Wray guy, and is he related in any way to Fay Wray, the star of the 1933 classic, King Kong? As far as we can tell, there’s no relation, but people may mix up the two anyway, so let’s clear up any confusion, shall we?

Fay Wray was carried up the Empire State Building. Chris Wray represented Chris Christie during Bridgegate

Infrastructure looms large in both Wrays’ careers. While Fay was imperiled by Kong’s angry ascent of one New York City landmark, Christopher Wray represented the imperiled governor of New Jersey in the Bridgegate scandal. While Fay mostly screamed throughout the whole movie, Christopher helped Chris Christie escape prosecution for allegedly losing his temper and ordering lanes closed on the George Washington Bridge after the mayor of Fort Lee, New Jersey, refused to endorse Christie for governor. Fun fact: While the movie’s Kong was merely a stop-motion puppet, Chris Christie is an actual human being and longtime friend of Christoper Wray since the Bush administration. Christie approves of the nomination:

When I had to retain legal counsel during a very, very troubling, confusing, difficult time for me, I made one phone call, and that was to Chris Wray. So I can’t give a better recommendation than that. I think the President of the United State should be commended. He did a deliberative process. He met lots of people from what I understand.

Say, Gov. Christie, that sounds like a ringing endorsement of Chris Wray as a defense attorney. Did you know that the job Wray’s been nominated for is FBI director? Can we at least pretend those are supposed to be different jobs?

Fay Wray traveled to Skull Island. Christopher Wray’s law firm represents a Russian oil company.

Foreign entanglements, too! Fay Wray didn’t really leave the United States during the filming of King Kong, and Skull Island is not a real place, just like “Russia.” Christopher Wray works at the law firm King & Spalding, which represents the Russian state-owned oil company Rosneft, although it doesn’t appear Wray has been involved in any way with his firm’s work for Rosneft, which is handled by King & Spalding’s Moscow office. Remember, tangential connections to Russia just pop up all the time in everyday life. Our son just bought a used car, and darned if there wasn’t a Russian oil executive in the trunk. Lucky thing the car only had one previous owner!

Fay Wray fell in love with her simian captor, but tried to escape. Chris Wray has a mixed record with independence, too!

Yeah, yeah, you’re as tired of the lame framing device as we are. Here’s the thing: Christopher Wray may or may not be as fully independent as a good director of the FBI is supposed to be. The Good: when he was an assistant attorney general during the Bush administration, Wray was among the colleagues of James Comey and Robert Mueller who opposed the Bush administration’s warrantless wiretapping program, and was willing to resign in protest if the administration ignored Justice Department recommendations to modify it:

Wray apparently was unfamiliar with the highly secretive program, but got wind of the escalating clash. He stopped Comey in a hallway, according to [Barton Gellman’s book Angler], and told the then-acting attorney general: “Look, I don’t know what’s going on, but before you guys all pull the rip cords, please give me a heads-up so I can jump with you.”

So, maybe not one to go along with bad administration decisions. Over at Lawfare, Harvard professor and former Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel Jack Goldsmith says Wray should be fine:

Wray is smart, serious, and professional. He doesn’t have quite the range of experiences that his two predecessors did. But he has deep experience with federal criminal law and the FBI. I think Trump’s firing of James Comey was a travesty. But Wray is a good choice, a much better choice than any […] of the politicians I previously saw floated, and a much better choice than I expected Trump to make.

BUT, there’s also The Not So Good: According to journalist Marcy Wheeler, who writes about national security and civil liberties, Wray’s name shows up in a lot of completely-redacted documents in the ACLU’s torture document database, and he “was involved in one of the noted field trips to Gitmo to watch torture.” Of course, his name being included in the header of a completely redacted document only indicates that the information was classified, not necessarily that he was a thug. On yet another hand, he was picked by Trump, who likes thugs and torture.

Also of concern to Wheeler: while Wray was at the DOJ during the investigation into the leak of Valerie Plame’s name, he “provided inappropriate briefings to John Ashcroft about what Ashcroft’s buddies had said during FBI interviews.” That doesn’t sound so good.

According to The American Prospect, Wray briefed Ashcroft on an FBI interview of Karl Rove, a longtime friend of the then-attorney general:

The briefings raise questions about the appropriateness of Ashcroft’s involvement in the investigation, especially given his longstanding ties to Rove. Senior federal law-enforcement officials have expressed serious concerns among themselves that Ashcroft spent months overseeing the probe and receiving regular briefings regarding a criminal investigation in which the stakes were so high for the Attorney General’s personal friends, political allies, and political party. One told me, “Attorneys General and U.S. Attorneys in the past traditionally recused for far less than this.”

That incident led Ashcroft to finally recuse himself from the Plame investigation. It’s not a great precedent for a president who really wants to stick his nose into what are supposed to be independent law enforcement investigations:

In short, it seems Wray is likely to ensure that highers up never see any consequences for their actions. And he sure seems likely to keep Trump in the loop on the investigation of Trump.

Good thing the Russia investigation is being handled by a special counsel, huh?

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  • armed_bears

    Didn’t Trump co-star with Faye, appearing as “Death Wray”?

  • Toomush_Inferesistance

    So, when you need someone to cover up crimes, call Wray?….

  • Oblios_Cap

    Fay Wray was referenced in Rocky Horror, and Chris Wray wasn’t.

    • Covfefe’s Evil Twin

      But Drumpf is apeshit.

    • Kiri the Unicorn

      Whatever happened to Fay Wray?

      • marxalot

        Something went wrong.

      • Oblios_Cap

        I think she screamed herself to death.

  • Covfefe’s Evil Twin

    Was Lionel Hutz unavailable?

  • Mpeg

    Say, Gov. Christie, that sounds like a ringing endorsement of Chris Wray as a defense attorney. Did you know that the job Wray’s been nominated for is FBI director? Can we at least pretend those are supposed to be different jobs?

    I can tell you’re having a lot of fun with this, Dok. Please keep us laughing or I may start crying~

  • MynameisBlarney
  • The Wanderer

    Did he star with Doris Day, Man Ray, and Ziggy the Flatulent Raccoon in “Days of Beer and Pierogi?”

  • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

    Holy hell, Comey’s prepared opening statement just dropped. Says Trump told him “I need loyalty. I expect loyalty.”

    • Everrett Fanuelli

      Donald Trump also denies the pee hookers out of the blue.

      • Perfectly normal thing to do. Why, that’s usually the second or third thing I say whenever I meet someone new. “I’m Keith. I’VE NEVER SEEN ANY PEE HOOKERS! And I’ve got dogs.”

      • laughingnome

        I do that all the time. Drives my wife crazy.

      • Skwerl the Taco Hunter

        No pee hookers! You are the pee hookers.

      • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

        You know, it’s usually helpful to issue the denial after the question is asked.

        • Persistent Demme

          “I didn’t scratch her!”
          This is what my 4 year old daughter said BEFORE we noticed the little red line across her baby sister’s face.

        • Opalescent Riddles

          Senator Franken, I’m not aware of any of those activities. I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I didn’t have, did not have communications with the Russians, and I’m unable to comment on it.

      • Bobathonic

        It sounded to me like, “oh god, I hope he doesn’t know about the pee hookers.”.

      • mailman27

        Without pee hookers, I’m renouncing my US citizenship!! Can I do that?

    • laughingnome

      “We had that thing, you know.” Trump to Comey

      • MynameisBlarney


        • Covfefe’s Evil Twin

          Drumpf likes to pretend he’s tough-guy mobster.

          • tomamitai

            Don Peeporno.

      • Occupied Territory of Kavefish
    • Covfefe’s Evil Twin

      I hope Comey has some serious protection between now and his hearing tomorrow.

    • Jamoche

      After explaining that you only “open an investigation” after you have collected sufficient info to justify it, “I discussed with the FBI’s leadership team whether I should be prepared to assure President-Elect Trump that we were not investigating him personally. That was true; we did not have an open counter-intelligence case on [Trump]”.

      That’s a neat bit of misdirection.

      • Occupied Territory of Kavefish

        I enjoyed this little bit, my own self:

        I did not tell the President that the FBI and the Department
        of Justice had been reluctant to make public statements that we did not have an open case on President Trump for a number of reasons, most importantly because it would create a duty to correct, should that change.

        (emphasis added for the laffs)

    • alpacapunchbowl

      This is some choice tea!

  • Crank Tango

    And this one goes in a Wray and Ting. Or is that Fay too?

    • The Wanderer

      I have a bottle of that in my bar. Great mixer with V8 Splash.

  • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

    *coughs* Back on topic, Wray sounds like the perfect sort of bootlicking quisling that is willing to kill whatever passes for his career to be a suck-up to Captain Queeg on the Potomac.

    • The Wanderer

      Sort of goes without saying. Provided, of course, that he gets past the confirmation process.

      • Zippy W Pinhead

        considering the law firm he’s a partner for, that’s not a given…

        • The Wanderer

          Exactly. Considering his last client, definitely not a given.

          • Zippy W Pinhead

            Rosneft and Crispy Creme, what’s not to love?

    • Zippy W Pinhead

      who else would take the job?

      • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

        A psychopath like Giuliani?

        • Zippy W Pinhead

          except Rudy still falls under the definition of bootlicking quisling

          • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

            Okay, so the two aren’t mutually exclusive. You have me there.

        • The Wanderer

          All the Dems would have to do is add Rudy’s kids to the witness list. He was in mortal fear of his kids and ex-wives back in the 2012 campaign.

  • Zippy W Pinhead

    Link Wray or we’re gonna rumble!

    • OneYieldRegular

      Dang – you beat me to it. Here’s the original version:

      • therblig

        me too

    • I really thought I was going to get here early enough to post this myself. In the immortal words of the late, great Esther Rolle, dayumn, dayumn, DAYUMN!
      All the same, well-played.

    • msanthropesmr

      The man in the iron lung.

  • Everrett Fanuelli
    • mailman27

      His poor mother.

  • Kurt Weil
    • –ly Ballou, coming to you live from Mar-a-Lago…

  • Since he was nominated by Lord Dampnut, I’m just going to assume he’s terrible until proven otherwise.

    • Covfefe’s Evil Twin

      Anyone who *let* Drumpf nominate them clearly has issues.

  • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

    Won’t he just be just a little Wray of obstruction.

  • Weird Fishes

    A Christy surrogate? This will end well.

  • Joe Beese

    I think the President of the United State should be commended.

    Lick that boot as hard as you want, Chris. Trump policy is still NO FAT CHICKS.

  • therblig
    • laughingnome

      I’d confirm him for FBI

  • JustPixelz (((Ω)))

    OT: Quinnipiac poll question: “Do you believe that it is ever appropriate for a politician to react to a member of the news media with violence, or not?”

    Overall result (registered voters): yes/no, 7/91
    But among Republicans it’s 14/80. That’s right, 14% of Republicans say it’s OK to use violence against reporters. (grits teeth) Must. Not. Go. Godwin. Must. Not. Go. Godwin.

    • 14/80 is more than 14%, fwiw.

      • msanthropesmr

        Barbie sez math is hard

      • vivian

        14%/80% = 94%, with the usual 6% “what is my name again”

      • JustPixelz (((Ω)))

        The 14% of Rs who answered “yes” is a disturbingly (and unsurprisingly) large number.

      • Opalescent Riddles

        Here’s the link:

        It’s 14% yes vs. 80% no, with 6% “I like turtles.”

    • H0mer0

      I misread that as “Must.Not.Go.Goldwyn….”

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    one staffer simply replied, “Something will be put out.”

    Isn’t that what people say on garbage collection day?

    • jesterpunk

      Well it does fit…

    • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

      “Quick, string together whatever’s on his Wikipedia page.”
      “He doesn’t have one.”
      “Then Google him and slap together whatever crap you can. GO GO GO!”

    • (((fka_donnie_d)))

      “Someone will put out” fify yw

  • jesterpunk

    The next question is will he be busy washing his hair like everyone else Trump has tried to appoint or hire?

    • “M”

      Somebody talked about Sullivan and Cromwell setting up previous shadow cabinets, and yet and still they wouldn’t represent him.

      OF course, I can understand that – they’re like the record companies: they’ve merged, and merged, and now there are only three, and there are only three banks, and each firm represents one bank, and Special Counsel has subpoenaed all the banks, and so everybody has a conflict.

      It’s just like fraternity & sorority rush. I totally get it.

  • Robbertjan Brandenburg
  • Everrett Fanuelli

    I call on Rob Ray to be FBI director!

  • OrdinaryJoe

    “On the morning of March 30, the President called me at the FBI. He described the Russia investigation as “a cloud” that was impairing his ability to act on behalf of the country. He said he had nothing to do with Russia, had not been involved with hookers in Russia, and had always assumed he was being recorded when in Russia.” Comey Statement.

    The Director of the FBI had to write that in a memo to file about the fucking President of the United States. No hookers. Our country is so fucked over today.

    And aside from the hookers part, first he says he had nothing to do with Russia but at the end says he always assumed he was being recorded when he was doing things in Russia. He is just not smart enough to lie well enough to get his ass out of this.

    • Everrett Fanuelli

      No hookers! No hookers! You’re the hooker!

      • OrdinaryJoe

        I guess he means they are not hookers to you if you are not the one to pay them.

        • Bobathonic

          So to him, they were pee artists.

          • Occupied Territory of Kavefish

            He said it was all lost in translation: he’d asked for a peony and not a pee-on-me.

          • H0mer0

            GET OUT!

      • NastyBossetti

        That is what he actually said to Comey, but Comey did not enter it into his memo as a direct quote and instead paraphrased.

        • “M”

          Yes, but “hooker” is on the Record now.

    • laughingnome

      Look Jim, the hooker thing, it’s all false. The hooker thing – never happened. Do you smell urine? It’s my new cologne. Called summer in Kharkov. Anyway, there were no hookers. Can you issue a statement about that? Jim? Do you hear balalaikas?

      • therblig

        for the last time, jimbo, they’re not hookers. they’re “liquidity consultants”. at least, that’s how it appears on my amex.

        • laughingnome

          Liquidity facilitators

    • I just read Comey’s statement on the NY Times web site. I just read about pee hookers in the NY Times. What a time to be alive!

    • Occupied Territory of Kavefish

      “I never did anything with the pee hookers and, besides, the asparagus smell wasn’t strong enough.”

    • Msgr_MΩment

      Urine trouble now, buster!

      • President in Exile Firefly

        Stop with the yellow journalism!

  • OrdinaryJoe

    If he was alive, these assholes would have wanted James Earl Ray.

  • Rick Hill

    On the plus side, when Wray makes changes to the Bureau he will be implementing trump’s cost cutting goals. All Agents will be required to provide their own sack of doorknobs

  • Crystalclear12

    So, was Wray told he was nominated before the tweet?

    • dshwa

      That’s anyone’s guess

  • SayItWithWookies

    Of course there’s a Russia connection – Assmouth isn’t smart enough to focus on objective merits above finding someone who’s as compromised as he is. That Christie isn’t in jail yet is also a plus.

    • jesterpunk

      He went to Jared doesnt like Crispy Cream because he put his dad in jail for fraud. So as long as Jared is there Crispy wont get a job.

      • Bobathonic

        So long as Jared is compliant to Trump. Trump would screw Jared in a moment if he needed any leverage.

        • CumExApostolatus

          If I were a betting person, I’d bet the reverse is true and has already occurred.

        • Mehmeisterjr

          Oh yeah.

          Jared thinks he has the upper hand because of his evident competence in all matters he thinks he controls access to Ivanka.

          I can imagine that showdown.

  • Michael Smith

    What’s weird is that most of the big Trump supporters I know don’t have any clue what Twitter is.

    • Ω cynmac will never surrender

      My mom has a bad opinion of Twitter because Trump uses it.

  • Drew Miner

    There’s a song to help you remember the wright Wray from film, this is how the message ran: “Michael Rennie was ill the day the earth stood still
    But he told us where we stand
    And Flash Gordon was there in silver underwear
    Claude Rains was the invisible man
    Then something went wrong for Faye Wray and King Kong
    They got caught in a celluloid jam”

    • dshwa

      And crawling on the planet’s face,
      An insect, called the human race.
      Lost in time
      And lost in space
      And meaning

      • H0mer0

        “you know this earthling?”

  • BoatOfVelociraptors

    I need some loyalty, man!

  • DainBramage

    So, if Wray is a cohort of Christie, does that mean Jared is on the outs?

    • shastakoala

      Only if Trump adopts him.

  • DerrickWildcat
  • Edith Prickly

    TLM is in the Eric Trump thread if anyone wants to swat him around a bit.

    • laughingnome

      I’ve always suspected TLM was Eric Trump

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      Some people take their lunch break to go outside, some people use it to write scat porn-themed fanfic on a mommyblog. Different strokes I guess.

    • Shanzgood

      Are you sure it’s TLM? Not much screaming and pounding. Kinda lame.

      • Edith Prickly

        Oh it’s him all right.

      • JustDon’tSayCovfefe

        That’s what I thought, too. Lame robot was lame.

    • The Wanderer

      (considers) Nah, I’ll pass.

  • elviouslyqueer

    and a much better choice than I expected Trump to make.

    MEOW, Kitty!

  • Jamoche

    “My instincts told me that the one-on-one setting, and the pretense that this was our first discussion about my position, meant the dinner was, at least in part, an effort to have me ask for my job and create some sort of patronage relationship.”

  • UnsaltedSinner

    Interesting that Trump wants to build a wall, while King Kong proved that walls just don’t work.

  • FauxAntocles

    Don’t have time to read thoroughly – any mention of Wray’s firm’s connections to Trump’s businesses?

  • OddMan

    Given that every other lawyer in the free world is turning down Trump as a client, and that it has proven damn near impossible to find qualified people that will work for this administration; I have to reason that Mr. Wray has sold his soul to the devil to get this job. There can be no other reason than a deal was cut with Trump.

    • The Wanderer

      Hell’s Office of Public Information released a statement disavowing that. “The last thing we want is Donald Trump down here,” Asmodeus is reported as saying. “He’d stink up the place. We run a high-class establishment here, and we don’t want him or any of his associates.”

      • Shanzgood

        Probably already populated with a lot of souls ready to torture him for eternity.

      • WotsAllThisThen

        Can you imagine how bad the architecture would clash if they put a Trump tower in downtown Hell?

  • mardam422

    Who is your pick for FBI Director Mr. President?
    Top Man.

  • Indivisible Snark Tank

    Obviously, the person who wrote that Tweet had to know. And we can tell it isn’t Dampnut who wrote it because it doesn’t have shit all over it it’s coherent and all correctly spelled, with no mention of covfefe.

    • Mehmeisterjr

      Whoever did write it, he or she will be reposing under Trump bus tires very soon.

  • SecludedCompound

    I call dibs on Chris “Missing Link” Wray.

    Edit: of course a million wonkerinos already made the Link Wray connection before me. Fie on you rascals.

    • Paul Joe G

      Did you shut your fucking account down until after this last sunday? I was in Portland and we totally could’ve hung out, man! Shame. Oh well, I still had a good time. I’ll look you up next time. XOXO

  • WotsAllThisThen

    Chris Christie retained one Wray, King Kong retained the other. I still don’t get the distinction.

  • mardam422

    I’m guessing Fay Wray tried to escape when she got a look at “Prince” Kong?

  • Pre-Existing Condition Jack

    I’m doing it. I’m going there.

    “Whatever happened to Chris Wray?

    That delicate, satin draped fraaaaame!”

    I warned you. I went there.

    • theblackdog

      “And the way it clung to his thighs…”
      (Like a homesick abortion!)

  • Carpe Vagenda

    Oh, Marco. You really should not have gone there.

  • Occupied Territory of Kavefish

    Christopher Wray may be Walken into a situation that even More Cowbell cannot improve.

  • CindyinEncinitas

    There has to be a way to block this shitball. Come on.


    Fay Wray had the good grace to drop dead rather than appear in Peter Jackson’s KING KONG movie.

  • Robert Gibson

    G – Got a yahoo, this one’s sent in by Ira Wray.

    J – Are you Ira Wray?

    G+T – Who want’s to know!

    G – Thank you Ira.

  • Lance Thrustwell

    He went halfway around the world just so he could “watch torture?”

    Oh yeah, that sounds like the kind of guy I want in charge of domestic crime investigation.

    • H0mer0

      Well, either Warren Beatty or Mick Jagger went up to Nova Scotia to see the total eclipse of the sun so maybe it’s not that unusual, Ima sayin’

  • Bitter Scribe

    Trump hired him to skunk the Russia investigation. His skills and qualifications are irrelevant.

  • gratuitous

    Considering the list of folks who got not advance notice of Wray’s nomination who should have gotten that notice, I wonder if Wray was told ahead of time?

    • Occupied Territory of Kavefish

      I heard that he saw it on TV and just thought it was a joke.

    • Mike Steele

      Trump’s bodyguard probably dropped off a letter.

  • Amy!

    Maybe democrats in congress should suggest that a president in the last year of his term shouldn’t be nominating the director of the organization that’s gonna be involved in his impeachment investigation? There’s a sort of precedent, after all.

    • doktorzoom

      Ah, but the special counsel’s already taken Wray out of the loop on that one.

  • Randy Riddle

    “Wray’s name shows up in a lot of completely-redacted documents in the ACLU’s torture document database, and he “was involved in one of the noted field trips to Gitmo to watch torture.””

    Is this a Carnival Cruise Lines offering not on their website?

  • Lyly Sirivong

    Trump could decide to nuke North Korea and his top communications staff (“top”, yeah right!) wouldn’t know about it.

  • CumExApostolatus

    But you still haven’t proven or disproven Christopher Wray’s relation or non-relation to Fay Wray…

  • ‘Covfefe is Magic’ Ron

    So who actually wrote that tweet? No way Donnie could put the words ‘impeccable’ and ‘credentials’ in the same sentence and have it legible.

    • Regret

      Auto-correct, dude. He just has to get close.

  • Poly_Ester

    Would “best of a bad lot” be too much of a compliment?

    • Zyxomma


  • Mehmeisterjr

    It is a Wray, Wray lesser thing Trump does than anything he has done before.

  • phoenix00

    Well Christie is a bit of a fat ape, if I may say so…….

  • guppy06

    a very, very troubling, confusing, difficult time for me

    Is Christie transitioning?

    • Lily412

      No, he just can’t believe it’s not butter.

  • D-Reactor

    Can’t the Assmouth find one f**king person with no connection to Russia to work for him!

  • Mike Steele

    Haven’t checked downthread yet, but doesn’t Wray’s firm also represent Trump Corp?

    • ibwilliamsi

      His company did business with Russian energy companies, so, Ima say “yes”.

  • ibwilliamsi

    Is someone going to ask him where Chris Christie’s phone was for 2 years during that prosecution? Um “Honest mistake” isn’t a great reason for the head of the FBI to withhold evidence in a criminal matter. He may need to think on that one.

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