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People Top HeadlinesJan 20, 2018
Padma Lakshmi, Amy Schumer and More Stars Step Out for Women's Marches Across the Globe
Amy Schumer, Amber Tamblyn, Laura Benanti, Halsey, Padma Lakshmi, Whoopi Goldberg, and more joined millions of women (and men) across the world for a second year of the Women''s March.

What began as a simple Facebook invitation to protest the election of president Donald Trump has become that and a whole lot more, with this year''s march also standing as a symbol too of the global movement of #MeToo and Time''s Up.

Last year, sister marches in all 50 states and six continents across the world mimicked the Women''s March on Washington, D.C.. Stars like Katy Perry, Jessica Chastain, Ellen Page, America Ferrera, Helen Mirren, Chelsea Handler, Charlize Theron, Gina Rodriguez, Cher, Madonna, Amy Poehler, Jane Fonda, Miley Cyrus and more pulled on their pink pussy hats and took to the streets in solidarity — many sharing photos on social media.

Similar things happened this year. In New York City, Meteor Shower stars Schumer and Benanti marched prior to their matinee performance on Broadway — meeting up with Tamblyn, who wore a hand-stitched 'Time''s Up' sweater.

Broad City star Ilana Glazer, meanwhile, held down the fort at the Women''s March in Los Angeles.

RELATED: Women''s March 2.0: Thousands Take to the Streets Across the Globe to Protest Trump

Back in the Big Apple, Lakshmi, Goldberg, and Halsey took to the stage to tell their stories about what the march means to them.

Yoko Ono was spotted there too, posing with fans for photographers while flashing peace signs.

Actress Asia Argento — one of the 50+ women who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, which he has denied — took part in a Women''s March in Rome, Italy.

Natalie Portman also shared photos from the Women''s March in L.A., where she gave a speech.

People Top HeadlinesJan 20, 2018
Fire & Fury Author Michael Wolff Claims Trump Is Having an Affair: 'Read Between the Lines'
Warning: video above contains graphic language

Author Michael Wolff made several headline-making accusations about President Donald Trump in his bestselling bombshell book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House. But now he''s claiming there''s one piece of gossip that wasn''t in his book — that Trump is currently having an affair.

'There is something in the book that I was absolutely sure of but it was so incendiary that I just didn''t have the ultimate proof,' Wolf explained on Friday''s Real Time with Bill Maher about Trump''s alleged indiscretion, later referencing the piece of evidence that exposed former President Bill Clinton''s affair with Monica Lewinsky in the ''90s. 'I didn''t have the blue dress.'

Maher, 62, pressed for details, asking, 'It''s somebody f—— now?'

'It is. And it''s… you just have to read between the lines,' Wolff said, adding that the White House has 'back doors' that allow visitors to enter without being noticed. 'It''s toward the end of the book. You just have to… you''ll know it. Now that I''ve told you, when you hit that paragraph, you''re going to say, ‘Bingo.'' '

White House representatives did not immediately respond to PEOPLE''s request for comment, but Trump, 71, has said on Twitter that Wolff''s book was 'phony' and 'full of lies, misrepresentation, and sources that don''t exist.'

RELATED: Donald and Melania Trump Often Went Days Without Contact, and More Details on Their ‘Perplexing'' Marriage from New Book

Trump''s first marriage to Ivana, 68, broke up in the early 1990s after his highly publicized affair with then-model Marla Maples, 54. Trump was married to Maples from 1993-1999. He''s been married to former model Melania, 47, since 2005.

Wolff''s book details claims Trump and Melania spent relatively little time together during his presidential campaign, sometimes going days at a time without any contact at all even when they lived together in Trump Tower.

Their marriage was 'perplexing' to almost everyone who worked closely with Trump during the campaign, says Wolff. But to Trump, this arrangement spelled success. The real estate mogul reportedly told friends he had finally perfected the art of marriage: 'Do your own thing.'

On Saturday, Melania celebrated the one-year anniversary of the inauguration by sharing a photo of herself on that 2017 day without her husband. 'This has been a year filled with many wonderful moments,' she wrote on Twitter. 'I''ve enjoyed the people I''ve been lucky enough to meet throughout our great country & the world! '

RELATED: Everything President Trump Says About Cheating in Bombshell New Book

Fire & Fury also describes Trump as a 'world-class harasser,' noting that as his campaign went on, he faced growing allegations of molestation and harassment. More than a dozen women have accused Trump of sexual misconduct, including PEOPLE writer Natasha Stoynoff, who alleges Trump forcibly ki

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