• August 4, 2021

CNN’s Don Lemon awkwardly addresses Governor Andrew Cuomo’s scandal

On Tuesday, CNN anchor Don Lemon addressed New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s sexual harassment scandal right after speaking with the Democratic governor’s brother, his CNN colleague Chris Cuomo. And it was awkward. To say the least. Many viewers on social media noted that Chris said nothing about his brother’s scandal, which had made national news…

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Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson Says Low Vaccination Rates In South Due To COVID “Myths” [VIDEO]

COVID never had to become a political issue. Unfortunately, after the virus hit the American shores, the worst possible person was in charge. And Donald Trump had no problem playing down the severity of the virus if it helped his re-election chances. Now the results of Trump’s actions are really starting to come into play.…

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CNN’s Elie Honig says the evidence against Trump Ally and the president of the 2017 inauguration, Tom Barrack, is overwhelming.

There are many people in Donald Trump’s orbit who are now facing legal problems. The Trump Organization’s chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, was recently arrested. And Rudy Giuliani, a friend of the former president and sometimes a lawyer, has his apartment searched in New York City. Today, Tom Barrack, a Trump fundraiser who spearheaded the…

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Michael Avenatti cries before being sentenced to two and a half years in prison

Michael Avenatti, the brash who was once an anti-Trump media darling, wept during a speech before he was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for his attempt to extort Nike. Avenatti was convicted on charges of attempting to extort up to $ 25 million from the sportswear giant. The attorney had threatened…

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Americans rank last among 46 countries that trust the media

A new survey from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism in Oxford shows that Americans rank last out of 46 countries in the level of trust they have in the media. “The United States ranks last in confidence in the media, with 29%, among 92,000 consumers of news surveyed in 46 countries,” Poynter.…

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