Question of the day
Our last question asked: In order to spare Iranian president Hassan Rouhani any embarrassment on his recent visit to Rome, Italian officials did what? They covered up the nude statues in the Capitoline Museum, where Rouhani met with the Italian prime minister.
Congratulations to Eugene Hunt for being the very first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions go out to these lovely people for also getting it right: Maureen MacGregor, Lucia A. Walinchus (who adds "Insert joke about how it takes balls to work with Iran"), Craig Pittman (who wonders "did Ed Meese help?"), Chris Lombardi (who quips "Unknown if b/c Rouhani's well-documented preference for Cubism"), Tori Metzger (who facetiously adds "because natural human anatomy is shameful"), Deepika Choudhary (who notes "But at least they didn’t go all fig-leaf this time…"), Fabiola Camacho (who jokes "Italy is also now ready for the pre-k classes of the world to visit!"), Katie Rucké, Lizzy Shaw, Ken Walker, Robin Tierney, Cindi Lash, Claudine Laforce, Martin Berliner and Ron Casalotti (who tweets, "Veni, vidi, i adopterus pro iran (I came, I saw, I covered up for Iran)").
As for today's question, here it is: Why is #WhoIsStaceyDash trending on Twitter?
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... We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!