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Do You Remember Everything That Happened in 2017?

What a year! Just when we thought 2016 was the worst year in recent history, 2017 proved to be full of interesting events. What do you remember most from this year? Was it the Women’s Marches in January, the airline fiasco in April, or the impending war with North Korea from August? Do you remember who won the Super Bowl, the Kentucky Derby, and Miss Universe? Were you paying attention to the hotly contested French presidential election in May, or the independence efforts in Barcelona? Which White House staff members made it the full year, and which ones were sacked? Which hurricane left terrible damage in Puerto Rico and which American territory was threatened to be attacked by North Korea? Do you remember which Middle Eastern countries were part of Trump’s travel ban back in January? If you can answer these 12 questions about what happened during the 12 months of 2017, you’re doing better than most of us! Whether 2017 was a year you want to remember or forget, there’s no denying it was full of events. Take this quiz to test your memory!

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#1

The bar was raised in March when this live-action Disney film became the highest grossing film in 2017 at $504 million.

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  • Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

  • Beauty and the Beast

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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#2

Just ten days after being hired as the White House communications director, this former financier and entrepreneur was fired when Donald Trump appointed John Kelly as chief of staff.

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  • Sean Spicer

  • Anthony Scaramucci

  • Steve Bannon

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#3

On December 6, Donald Trump sparked outrage in the Middle East when he announced that the United States recognizes which city as the capital of Israel?

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  • Jerusalem

  • Gaza

  • Tel Aviv

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#4

Super Bowl LI was the first in history to be decided in overtime after this team — without leading the score once during the game — tied with the opponent at the end of the 4th quarter and won 34-28.

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    Atlanta Falcons
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    New England Patriots

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#5

On June 1, President Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from this important international climate agreement. The only two countries not part of the treaty later signed on, leaving the United States the only country on Earth to not take part.

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  • Rome Statute

  • Kremlin Accord

  • Paris Agreement

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#6

In April, David Dao was violently removed from his flight in Chicago to Louisville for refusing to give up his seat. Which airline kicked him off?

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  • Delta

  • United

  • JetBlue

  • Southwest

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