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Washington Whispers: Trent Lott found his refrigerator three blocks from his house and inside were two sentimental bottles of champagne. . . D.C. television viewers are sick of Barack Obama. . . George H.W. Bush's presidential library plans to add mock press briefing room. . . Robert Bork jokes, "How do you pronounce Souter in Spanish? Gonzales.". . . News-addicted actor Joe Pantoliano likes "the girls" on MSNBC, especially Natalie Morales. . . [USN&WR]


Lloyd Grove's Lowdown: Brian Lamb marries someone named Victoria. Spokeswoman: "They were married in a small, private ceremony in the Washington area and Brian was in the office all week". . . Hillary supporters hope "Inside the Bubble," a new documentary about the Kerry-Edwards campaign, will end his chances in '08. Kerry flack David Wade: "The 20 poor souls subjected to this movie will be reaching for caffeine and begging for old Lamar Alexander tapes on C-SPAN2. Michael Moore has nothing to fear. I think the working title was 'The Snore Room.'" [NYDN]

Inside the Beltway: Diane Rehm, Cokie Roberts, John Cochran, Pat Buchanan, Matt Cooper, John Dickerson, Bill Plante, Mark Shields among the attendees of Congressional Quarterly's 60th anniversary party. [WT]

Rush & Molloy: Roger Ailes, Paul Begala, Judy Woodruff, Katrina vanden Heuvel will debate at a Harvard forum moderated by Tom Brokaw to honor John Kennedy Jr. and George magazine. [NYDN]

Cindy Adams: Fidel Castro wears Armani. [NYP]

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Among the primary results from Tuesday that we didn't report: Chris Murphy, US Senator from Connecticut, managed to hold on to the Democratic nomination for a second term. Actually, if you want to get all technical about it, he didn't win the nom Tuesday -- he'd already been nominated at the state party convention in May, and the Dem primary was cancelled since Murphy was the only one to file. Murphy's also heavily favored to win reelection this fall. The biggest question for Murphy is whether he's hoping to seek some other office in a couple years. (As if any prominent Democratic senator hasn't already mentally compared their inaugural crowd size to Trump's.)

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In 2014, Pastor Jamie Coots of the Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus' Name church in Middlesborough, Kentucky died from a rattlesnake bite. Was it a camping accident? Did something go terribly wrong at the zoo? No, he was handling those snakes on purpose, in order to demonstrate how super holy he was. Not holy enough, it seems,

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