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Dinesh D’Souza: Left Had Romney ‘Hiding Under His Desk’ with Tactics that Didn’t Work Against Trump

Filmmaker and conservative author Dinesh D’Souza explained the “gangsterization of American politics,” using his own conviction under Obama and his pardon under Trump in a speech to Road to Majority conference attendees in Washington, DC, on Saturday.

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California Primary: Antonio Villaraigosa Spent $35 Million to Come in Third

Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa spent almost $35 million in the California primary to come in third for governor behind Republican businessman and first-time candidate John Cox, who spent just $6.6 million.

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The Eight States that Will Determine Which Party Controls the House of Representatives

The majority of the 99 seats in the House of Representatives identified by the Cook Political Report as “competitive” in 2018 are in eight states: California, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, and Michigan.

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White Americans, Swing Voters in Battleground Districts: Immigration Has Made Life ‘Worse’

The majority of white Americans and swing voters in 2018 swing districts say that change has made life “worse” in the U.S.

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Box Office: ‘Ocean’s 8’ Rakes in $41.5 Million, Stealing Top Spot from Sputtering ‘Solo’

“Ocean’s 8,” the female-led overall of the starry “Ocean’s” franchise, opened with $41.5 million at the box office, taking the weekend’s top spot from the fast-falling “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”

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Report: Vince Vaughn Arrested for DUI in California

Actor and libertarian Vince Vaughn was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol by police in Manhattan Beach early Sunday morning, according to news reports.

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Dave Chappelle Stumps for Maryland Dem Governor Candidate Ben Jealous

Veteran comedian Dave Chappelle campaigned for former NAACP president Ben Jealous on Friday, a rare political gesture for the longtime actor. “So you know, I’m out of my element,” Chappelle said at an event at Olde Towne Inn in Largo, Maryland, NPR reports. “You know politics has never been my thing.” “I think as a leader, as an organizer … this man is excellent. I wouldn’t lie to you; I’d stake my whole reputation on it,” Chappelle told the audience at the event in suburban Washington. Dave Chappelle’s dad and mine were activists and best friends. The met when my parents were teaching in Baltimore and Dave’s dad was working at Social Security. It’s great to have him back home to fire up the troops as we prepare early vote next week! Let’s go win this! pic.twitter.com/sHNU5KouNX — Ben Jealous for Governor (MD) (@BenJealous) June 8, 2018 Jealous, who announced his bid for governor last May, currently holds a narrow lead over a crowded Democratic field looking to take on popular Republican Gov. Larry Hogan in November. Chappelle — who famously walked away from a $50 million deal with Comedy Central in 2005 — credits Jealous, calling him his “God brother,”

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Robert De Niro Unloads on Trump: ‘Soulless, Amoral, Abusive, Con-Artist, Son of a Bitch’

Robert De Niro unloaded on President Donald Trump during a speech to high school students this week, and at one point even compared him to the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.

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Killer Mike: Bernie Sanders ‘Can Beat Trump’ in 2020

Rapper and activist Killer Mike believes Sen. Barnie Sanders deserves another shot at the White House and insists that the longtime politico could beat President Donald Trump in 2020 if the Vermonter decides to run again.

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Dinesh D’Souza: Left Had Romney ‘Hiding Under His Desk’ with Tactics that Didn’t Work Against Trump

Filmmaker and conservative author Dinesh D’Souza explained the “gangsterization of American politics,” using his own conviction under Obama and his pardon under Trump in a speech to Road to Majority conference attendees in Washington, DC, on Saturday.

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California Primary: Antonio Villaraigosa Spent $35 Million to Come in Third

Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa spent almost $35 million in the California primary to come in third for governor behind Republican businessman and first-time candidate John Cox, who spent just $6.6 million.

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The Eight States that Will Determine Which Party Controls the House of Representatives

The majority of the 99 seats in the House of Representatives identified by the Cook Political Report as “competitive” in 2018 are in eight states: California, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, and Michigan.

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White Americans, Swing Voters in Battleground Districts: Immigration Has Made Life ‘Worse’

The majority of white Americans and swing voters in 2018 swing districts say that change has made life “worse” in the U.S.

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Box Office: ‘Ocean’s 8’ Rakes in $41.5 Million, Stealing Top Spot from Sputtering ‘Solo’

“Ocean’s 8,” the female-led overall of the starry “Ocean’s” franchise, opened with $41.5 million at the box office, taking the weekend’s top spot from the fast-falling “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”

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Report: Vince Vaughn Arrested for DUI in California

Actor and libertarian Vince Vaughn was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol by police in Manhattan Beach early Sunday morning, according to news reports.

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Dave Chappelle Stumps for Maryland Dem Governor Candidate Ben Jealous

Veteran comedian Dave Chappelle campaigned for former NAACP president Ben Jealous on Friday, a rare political gesture for the longtime actor. “So you know, I’m out of my element,” Chappelle said at an event at Olde Towne Inn in Largo, Maryland, NPR reports. “You know politics has never been my thing.” “I think as a leader, as an organizer … this man is excellent. I wouldn’t lie to you; I’d stake my whole reputation on it,” Chappelle told the audience at the event in suburban Washington. Dave Chappelle’s dad and mine were activists and best friends. The met when my parents were teaching in Baltimore and Dave’s dad was working at Social Security. It’s great to have him back home to fire up the troops as we prepare early vote next week! Let’s go win this! pic.twitter.com/sHNU5KouNX — Ben Jealous for Governor (MD) (@BenJealous) June 8, 2018 Jealous, who announced his bid for governor last May, currently holds a narrow lead over a crowded Democratic field looking to take on popular Republican Gov. Larry Hogan in November. Chappelle — who famously walked away from a $50 million deal with Comedy Central in 2005 — credits Jealous, calling him his “God brother,”

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Robert De Niro Unloads on Trump: ‘Soulless, Amoral, Abusive, Con-Artist, Son of a Bitch’

Robert De Niro unloaded on President Donald Trump during a speech to high school students this week, and at one point even compared him to the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.

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Killer Mike: Bernie Sanders ‘Can Beat Trump’ in 2020

Rapper and activist Killer Mike believes Sen. Barnie Sanders deserves another shot at the White House and insists that the longtime politico could beat President Donald Trump in 2020 if the Vermonter decides to run again.

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