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die-hard loyalists engaging in espionage against the revolutionaries
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Before a crowd of more than 50 party loyalists, candidates for various offices made brief pitches, laying out their biographies and defining their priorities.
The chief prosecutor, Carlos Baca, once a Correa loyalist, used his new freedom to charge Mr Moreno’s vice-president, Jorge Glas, with corruption.
But experts warn that as many as 10,000 Islamic State loyalists could remain in the two countries.
There's little doubt that this was indeed a crowd of Trump's most unshakable loyalists.
As the caliphate has collapsed the number of active fighters in Syria and Iraq may have dropped below 3,000, there are many more ISIS loyalists still on the scene.
Frum noted how Trump’s firing of 46 U.S. attorneys — while not in itself unusual for a new administration — was followed by prolonged vacancies as the president sought personal loyalists.
While the fashion flock have turned their attention toward other flex-worthy footwear trends since then (like cowboy boots and, uh, Crocs), Chelsea-boot loyalists like David Beckham and his brood are hunkering down with their stash of slip-ons.
Yesterday, Trump's loyalists in the White House (the ones who didn't dog the man in Wolff's book) went on the political talk shows to defend the president, the Associated Press's Jill Colvin reports.
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