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With “bling” reference and Muslim radical parade, do I think FLOTUS getting the “Angela Davis treatment" again? Um, yeah.
Who’s the mightiest of them all?
The Mail Online could become the most popular news website in the world as bosses predict 70 million unique users will be reported for May.
In March the Mail Online overtook the Huffington Post to become the world’s second most read news website.
Bosses of the parent company, the Daily Mail and General Trust, made the announcement during the release of the company’s half-yearly results this morning.