They should change the name of the show to AWKWARD! With Kelly and Michael!
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Now that Donald Trump is closer than ever to securing the Republican presidential nomination, his critics are reminding voters just how effing ridiculous some of his controversial policies are.
Throughout his campaign, the billionaire business mogul has vowed to build a wall along the Mexico border to hinder illegal immigration, and even pledged to temporarily ban Muslims from coming into the country.
And that doesn't sit well with Amal Clooney, who says Trump's extreme views on Muslims should be challenged.
In an interview with BBC, the human rights lawyer — who specializes in public international law — spoke out on the "very crucial" U.S. election — specifically, the GOP frontrunner.
So it's no surprise the iconic actor made Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People" list!
The Revenant star is featured on one of six special covers celebrating the list — along with fellow influentials Nicki Minaj, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan, Quantico actress Priyanka Chopra, Hamilton star and creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, and International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde!
On Thursday, Time revealed the coveted list, which featured everyone from U.S. presidential candidates (Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Bernie Sanders), Hollywood stars, (Melissa McCarthy, Idris Elba, and Creed director Ryan Coogler), to everyone in between!
A lot influentials weren't surprising — powerhouse names like
This absolutely touched our hearts!
On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton released her latest ad featuring Erica Smegielski, the daughter of deceased Sandy Hook Elementary School principal Dawn Hochsprung.
In the moving clip, Smegielski believes the former Secretary of State is the only candidate who can reform gun laws.
"No more families should have to go through what we have. Hillary Clinton is the only candidate that has what it takes to take on the gun lobby. No one is fighting harder to reform our gun laws than Hillary."
In fact, Clinton and Erica's mother are both strong-willed and strong-minded women.
"She reminds me of my mother: she isn't scared of anything. And that's how I know she is the person who can actually make a difference."
When the 68-year-old won the New York Primary Tuesday night, she dedicated the final portion of her speech to Erica.
"You know, like the mothers of Eric Garner and Trayvon Martin and so many others, Erica has turned her sorrow into a strategy and her mourning into a movement."
To see the clip, ch-ch-check it out (below)