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He is known to his fans as “Mini Boba Fett.”
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Fans bought tickets for the screenings by the score—before they heard about its big Batman-Batgirl sex scene.
Fans bought tickets for the screenings by the score—before they heard about its big Batman-Batgirl sex scene.
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After a year in the White House, the American people still struggled to understand the First Lady. Did she wield too much power? Did she have something to hide? In Vanity Fair’s June 1994 issue, Leslie Bennetts sits down for a tense interview with Hillary Clinton.
After a year in the White House, the American people still struggled to understand the First Lady. Did she wield too much power? Did she have something to hide? In Vanity Fair’s June 1994 issue, Leslie Bennetts sits down for a tense interview with Hillary Clinton.
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The animation on this page says it all this picture is the closest show ever get to the American flag she is anti-American she is anti America and the proof was in her Democratic Convention speech if you take everything she says she's going to do and tell the people what she has actually done they are two separate ends of the spectrum both her and Obama have known about the problems with the veterans and the poor care that they are receiving anywhere they gave it a little face time and did absolutely nothing about it. They talk about our people in uniform and then they put a Target on the backs of every man and woman in blue. And don't get me started about the Hillary Foundation nobody that the foundation collected money for and now that they were going to help the people in Hades not one Foundation dollar from the Clinton Foundation ever made its way to the victims or the country of Hades
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When a D.N.C. attendee tweeted a photo of the actress “literally having the worst time” at the convention, she confirmed this was “accurate.”
When a D.N.C. attendee tweeted a photo of the actress “literally having the worst time” at the convention, she confirmed this was “accurate.”
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And Chrissy and John Legend got in a fight at Kimye’s . . .
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Reporters complaining about the heat and rain in Philadelphia should turn their attention to Turkey.
Reporters complaining about the heat and rain in Philadelphia should turn their attention to Turkey
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Gotta catch 'em all?
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Hope you're hungry, because the Oscar bait has arrived.
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But “she would like him to go to therapy.”
But “she would like him to go to therapy.”
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I'll bet he would like her to go to therapy, too.
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Could mutual laughter indicate that this ultra long-running gag has finally run its course?
Could mutual laughter indicate that this ultra long-running gag has finally run its course?
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The custom-made dress marked FLOTUS’s second time wearing the designer.
The custom-made dress marked FLOTUS’s second time wearing the designer.
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Plus, he opens DNC coverage with a trippy song titled "Death. Taxes. Hillary."
Plus, he opens D.N.C. coverage with a trippy song titled “Death. Taxes. Hillary.”
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