We're really in Trump's America now.
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Sometimes, blood is NOT thicker than water.
It's no surprise that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is a HUGE Donald Trump supporter. As we reported, he even said the real estate mogul-turned-presidential candidate is "an absolute genius" for not paying his taxes.
However, don't expect everyone in the 72-year-old's family to be a Republican.
It takes quite the scandal to get an actual apology out of Donald Trump.
On Thursday, the Republican presidential nominee was faced with the release of a 2005 recording of an extremely lewd conversation about women he had with Billy Bush when visiting Access Hollywood to talk about Celebrity Apprentice.
In the uncovered audio, Trump bragged about pursuing a married woman, going up to women and kissing them without asking, and even occasionally grabbing "them by the p*ssy."
Shortly after, Trump released a statement chalking up his gross comments to "locker room banter" and threw in a Bill Clinton dig for good measure.
But in a somewhat unprecedented move, the business mogul actually apologized! He said:
Hillary Clinton chimes in!
Earlier this week, the world was shocked when Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in her Paris residence. Although the KUWTK star was not physically harmed, the criminals walked away with over $10 million worth of jewelry.
On Wednesday, the Democrat sat down with Extra's AJ Calloway and revealed her thoughts about the unfortunate incident.
The politician said:
This is a total and complete meltdown by Donald Trump.
On Saturday night in Pennsylvania, Trump was all set to make a simple, nine sentence critique of Hillary Clinton and then head off to another campaign stop on Sunday.
But unsurprisingly, The Donald couldn't help himself, and a few-minute long statement turned into a rambling diatribe that went WAY over the line.
It took Trump more than 25 minutes to deliver that nine-sentence statement, simply because he kept going off topic on crazier and crazier things, including — not even kidding — the moment he floated an accusation that, hey, maybe Hillary is cheating on her husband Bill Clinton!
Here's what the Donald said about that, set to audible gasps from the crowd:
Oh, Donald, Donald, Donald…
Donald Trump is at it yet again, and this time, the GOP presidential candidate is doubling down on something he said in a very ugly way a few months ago: he's unsure he will accept the outcome of November's election in the US should Hillary Clinton defeat him.
The Donald spoke to the New York Times on Friday night in an exceptionally aggressive, unhinged manner and tone — which makes some sense, considering the things he's been doing lately — and yet the key moment came early in their interview.
When asked about what he said Monday at the debates, where he without a doubt stated at the time that he would "absolutely" respect the results of next month's presidential election, the Donald changed his tune.
He told reporters a very vague thing:
Sad news for the people of Israel.
Shimon Peres, one of the country's last remaining founders, passed away on Wednesday in a Tel Aviv area hospital. The former president of Israel was 93-years-old.
It's said the longtime statesman died only two weeks after having suffered from a stroke. According to the New York Times, Peres' doctors kept him unconscious and on a breathing tube following his stroke in the hopes that he could recover from the brain damage. Unfortunately, Shimon did not get better as his son Nehemya Peres and personal physician/son-in-law Dr. Rafi Walden confirmed his death outside the Sheba Medical Center.
In addition to serving as president between 2007 and 2014, Peres served as his country's prime minister TWICE and had also been the minister of defense, foreign affairs, finance, and transportation. Not to mention, in 1994 Shimon was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize alongside Yasser Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin. Now that's a legacy to leave behind.
So it's no wonder President Barack Obama and several of our other former presidents have since commented on Peres' death. In a recent statement, President Obama noted: