Kevin Hart has stepped down as host of the 2019 Academy Awards because of backlash over his past homophobic comments.
During the funeral coverage for former President George H.W. Bush, viewers kept a close eye on Donald Trump’s every move and took to Twitter with their discoveries.
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Many fans have already declared Kennedy the next winner or even “the next Whitney” and have demanded, “Give her the damn trophy right now!"
On Monday’s Varney & Co. on the Fox Business network, Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, discussed immigration and the current struggle at the U.S.-Mexico border, which she implied is being fueled by Democrats. “They want to keep people in chaos, they want to keep people upset and in an uproar so that way people are motivated to go out and vote,” Lara said. “And make no mistake about it, they want these people coming in because those are the new voters for the democrats coming over the border. So it’s an interesting situation, I think the president is doing a great job.” Lara, who’s married to Eric Trump and is a Trump 2020 senior advisor, agreed with host Stuart Varney that the solution to all of this simple: it’s all about the wall. Varney said that President Trump offered a deal, “Build the wall and you’ll get DACA, you’ll get the Dreamers.” But Lara thinks the democrats just aren’t interested in a deal. “This is all about politics to them, they don’t really care about the people into this country,” Lara said about Democrats. “This is a president who’s been left a mess. I think he’s dealing with it the best way possible.” Varney & Co. airs weekdays at 8 a.m. on Fox Business. Check out what happened when Donald Trump pardoned turkeys ahead of Thanksgiving: Read more from Yahoo Entertainment: Kim Kardashian opens up about drug use while filming infamous sex tape Jimmy Fallon sings disturbingly romantic duet with Sophia the Robot Jimmy Kimmel and Wayne Newton square off to be Las Vegas Raiders No. 1 fan Tell us what you think! Hit us up on Twitter , Facebook , or Instagram , or leave your comments below.
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