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Report: Instead of Pardoning Michael Flynn, Donald Trump Plans to Use Him as a Scapegoat

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | December 27, 2017 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | December 27, 2017 |

I hope you got everything you wanted for Christmas, but if not, may I offer you a slideshow of CELINE? That should make up for pretty much everything. - (GFY)

OK, if that wasn’t enough to make up for everything (although I don’t even know HOW it wouldn’t be!), how about a bunch of Christmas doggo pictures? That ought to do it! - (Distractify)

Yesterday, in a now deleted Twitter post, Michael Flynn’s brother, Joseph, appealed to President Trump to pardon his brother.

Today, we understand why General Flynn — who Trump continued to call a “good man” even after he was fired — won’t be pardoned. It’s because Trump’s legal defense plans to make him the scapegoat. (WashPo)

Beyoncé got a kicky new haircut for the end of the year. - (LG)

John Oliver just felt sad after he confronted Dustin Hoffman. Which is a bummer, because he made many people really glad when he called Hoffman out on his shit. - (Vulture)

It’s been one year since Carrie Fisher left us. The MarySue’s Princess has some lovely words about our late princess/general/all-around-badass. - (TMS)

The KarJennerashians released their Christmas card (which I’m sure you were all super bummed that we didn’t cover until now). I don’t really understand this family and I don’t think they understand Christmas cards. - (Dlisted)

Awww, another Meghan got engaged. This one isn’t royal, though. - (Celebitchy)

Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty line has some gorgeous makeup for painting your face. It also has some gorgeous makeup for painting Rihanna’s face. - (Revelist)

The same week Goodreads announced Angie Thomas’ The Hate U Give was voted by readers as the best YA and best debut novel of the year, it was banned by a school district in Texas. The Hate U Give has been heaped with praise all year, reviewed by many Cannonballers, and is now being made into a movie. Narfna loved it so much she didn’t know how to say it all. Have you read this powerful debut novel yet? (Cannonball Read 9)

Lainey is the copy editor & linkmaster. You can Tweet at her on Twitter.