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Yahoo! TVOct 26, 2020
50 Cent Does a 180, Says He ‘Never Liked' Trump After Chelsea Handler Chews Him Out
After throwing his support behind Donald Trump in the 2020 election because of Joe Biden's proposed tax plan, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson has done an about-face and turned on the president, saying in a new tweet that he "never liked him." His change of heart? His ex-girlfriend, comedian Chelsea Handler."Fu*k Donald Trump, I never liked him," the rapper turned actor-producer tweeted in response to Handler's appearance on "The Tonight Show." "For all I know he had me set up and had my friend Angel Fernandez killed but that's history. LOL."The strange saga of the rapper and "Power" producer's foray into the election came earlier this week when he criticized Joe Biden on Instagram over his plans to raise taxes on wealthy California, New Jersey and New York residents by as much as 62%. The 62% increase would be levied on those who earn more than $400,000/year, while those in lower-income brackets would receive tax cuts.Also Read: Charlamagne Tha God: 50 Cent's Trump Vote Benefits His Pocketbook, Not Black People"I don't care if Trump doesn't like black people," Jackson said on social media along with an image of a CNBC report outlining the tax increases. "62% are you out of ya f-king mind." He went on to write in a subsequent tweet, "Yeah, i don't want to be 20cent. 62% is a very, very,bad idea," a quote which was picked up and uses as a New York Post cover story.Jackson's comments prompted his ex-girlfriend, comedian Chelsea Handler, to call him out on Twitter, joking, "Y

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Yahoo! TVOct 26, 2020
Brad Pitt praises Joe Biden as 'a president for all Americans' in new campaign ad
In the new campaign ad, Brad Pitt says Joe Biden will 'work just as hard for the people who voted for him as those who didn't.'


Yahoo! BooksOct 26, 2020
A White House lawyer reportedly tried to get The Wall Street Journal to scoop Hunter Biden's emails
The Wall Street Journal published a short article Thursday night on Hunter Biden's business dealings that concluded: "Corporate records reviewed by The Wall Street Journal show no role for Joe Biden." The same night, the Journal published an opinion piece that asserted the Democratic presidential nominee had been aware of and/or involved in his son's business endeavors, about 24 hours after Breitbart News published a statement from a former Hunter Biden business partner, Tony Bobulinksi.That wasn't how President Trump's allies had wanted this to go, Ben Smith reports in The New York Times.In early October, three men allied with Trump — Arthur Schwartz, a public relations man close to Donald Trump Jr.; former deputy White House Counsel Stefan Passantino; and Eric Herschmann, a White House lawyer currently on the public payroll as "senior adviser to the president" — met in a McLean, Virginia, house and pitched the Hunter Biden story to Wall Street Journal reporter Michael Bender, Smith reports, citing two people familiar with the meeting. Bobulinksi called in and offered to go on the record.The trio gave Bender a cache of Hunter Biden emails and ended the meeting "believing that the Journal would blow the thing open, and their excitement was conveyed to the president," who said on an Oct. 19 conference call that an "important piece" was coming in the Journal, Smith reports. The Journal had assigned a group of reporters to dig in to the allegati

AV Club FilmsOct 25, 2020
The Undoing dares to suggest Hugh Grant's abundant charm is hiding something sinister
Coming to you fresh from the New York of what feels like roughly 200 years ago at this point, The Undoing dares to ask the age old question that has fascinated pop culture for ages: Are rich people not that nice, and do they have secrets?


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Yahoo! ArtsOct 25, 2020
Majority of Biden, Trump supporters will accept election results no matter who wins, poll shows
President Trump has stirred up controversy by giving some evasive answers on what he'll do if he fails to win re-election on Nov. 3 (or whenever the presidential race is called). The president has said he will accept a peaceful transition of power, but he continues to suggest the election may not be "honest" or "clean" with a particular focus on the mail-in voting process, which he believes is vulnerable to fraud.Regardless, the majority of his supporters are prepared to accept the election results no matter who wins, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll revealed Sunday. In the survey, 59 percent of those who are backing Trump said they'll accept a win from his Democratic competitor, former Vice President Joe Biden, and the data is pretty much the same on the other side of things, where 57 percent of Biden supporters said they'd accept a Trump victory.That does theoretically leave a significant amount of people who would refuse to accept the results, but not all of those folks would take action to challenge the outcome. Among Trump backers, 16 percent said they would try to do something about a Biden victory, while 22 percent of Biden voters said they'd make an effort to dispute a Trump win.The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online between Oct. 13-20. It gathered responses from 2,649 American adults. The margin of error was 4 percentage points. Read more at Reuters.More stories from theweek.com Trump loses on the merits Who won the final 2020 debate? Call

Yahoo! ArtsOct 25, 2020
Report: If re-elected, Trump will immediately fire FBI Director Christopher Wray
Should President Trump win a second term, he plans on immediately firing FBI Director Christopher Wray, two people who have discussed the matter with Trump told Axios. Trump is also expected to quickly replace CIA Director Gina Haspel and Defense Secretary Mark Esper. They aren't the only three people on the chopping block, the sources said, but they are at the top of the list. One official said Trump hasn't fired any of them because of the optics of doing so before the election.Haspel and Wray do not have any fans in Trump's inner circle, Axios reports, with one person saying the "view of Haspel in the West Wing is that she still sees her job as manipulating people and outcomes, the way she must have when she was working assets in the field. It bred a lot of suspicion of her motives." As for Wray, Trump became enraged in September when the FBI director testified that there are no signs of widespread election fraud, despite Trump claiming otherwise.Privately, Trump has complained about Attorney General William Barr, and he's never been too enamored with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, but there are no formal plans to remove them, Axios reports. In a statement, White House spokesman Judd Deere said, "We have no personnel announcements at this time nor would it be appropriate to speculate about changes after the election or in a second term."More stories from theweek.com Trump loses on the merits Who won the final 2020 debate? Call it a draw. Get ready for Trump TV, America
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