Ana Navarro prefaced her comments with, “I can’t believe I’m going to say anything good about her.”
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Ahead of the Oscars, the comedy duo behind the film try to unpack how Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield somehow both ended up as “supporting” actors.
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The former House speaker also acknowledged that he voted for Trump in 2020 and then suddenly felt “abused” when he refused to concede, and continued to mock Ted Cruz.
“The Daily Show” host also sounded off on the inhumane treatment Second Lieutenant Caron Nazario faced from police while wearing his military uniform.
The former Republican House Speaker was more eager to attack Sen. Ted Cruz, who he referred to as “Lucifer in the flesh.”
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The president’s son got his revenge on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Thursday night, calling Donald Trump Jr.’s hypocrisy “wildly comical” and Lindsey Graham’s attacks “just sad.”