Photos that he posted on Twitter show him in Italy, France and the Bahamas, going on winery tours, taking cooking classes, visiting museums and sight-seeing at the Colosseum and Sistine Chapel at the Vatican, and a site of the D-Day landings in Normandy.At the end of 2105, Hague wrote an essay on Linked In entitled "Slaying Dragons — Thrive in 2016," which referred vaguely to his professional and legal woes due to the puppy-kicking scandal, and offered some advice to others who also have had troubles of their own.may terminate your membership for any reason, effective upon sending notice to you at the email address you provide in your application for membership, or such other email address as you may later provide to
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