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Apparently, Donald Trump is a glass-half-full kind of candidate.
Despite saying she did her own work, viewers couldn't help but notice large chunks of the potential First Lady's speech were lifted from the current FLOTUS's 2008 address at the Democratic convention.
After the uncanny resemblances sparked online controversy — and the hilarious hashtag #FamousMelaniaTrumpQuotes — Trump's campaign tried to disprove the accusations by quoting Kid Rock and My Little Pony (we don't get it either).
Now with the dust settling, the big cheese himself weighed in on his wife's scandal — and his thoughts on the subject aren't the least bit surprising.
On Wednesday, Trump shared on Twitter:
On Thursday, Sacha's autopsy report revealed that he was extremely drunk during the time of the crash. TMZ reports he had a blood alcohol level of around .21, roughly three times the legal limit.
The medical examiner also noted that Sacha's brain was severed from his spinal cord after he suffered
This is so terrible!
Tragedy struck on Monday when Kid Rock found the body of his 30-year-old personal assistant, Michael Sacha, in what appeared to be a late night ATV accident at the country star's home in Nashville, Tennessee.
Authorities have said that Rock, whose real name is Robert Ritchie, contacted them around 11:30 a.m. after the musician
N.W.A. will be welcomed into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and will be inducted by one of their biggest super fans, Kendrick Lamar!
The Alright rapper will head to Brooklyn in April to welcome Dre, Ice Cube, DJ Yella, Easy-E, and MC Ren into the hall during the ceremony!
K.Dot has made no secret that the legendary hip-hop group has helped shape his career, even dedicating one of his Grammy wins to the members!
N.W.A. is among an esteemed class of inductees, joined by Steve Miller, Deep Purple, Chicago, and Cheap Trick!
Oh. Hmm. Maybe not a good time to seat Rob next to the guys from N.W.A…
The 31st Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on April 8, and air in a telecast on April 30 on HBO!
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Super Bowl 50's halftime show is still causing quite the spectacle!
But one of the biggest halftime shows in the past 20 years was notably left out!
The musician admitted that he thinks the 69-year-old is the only person in the race who will change the country, saying:
"I'm digging Trump. I feel like a lot of people, whether you're a Democrat or a Republican, feel like if you get Hillary [Clinton] or Bernie [Sanders], or you get [Marco] Rubio or [Ted] Cruz or whoever, there's going to be the same sh*t. Has that much f*cking changed when anyone's in office, whether it's been a Republican or a Democrat in office, in our lifetime, anyway? I haven't really seen this big, like, f*cking change."
Sure, Mr. Trump says he promises to change the way the nation is run, but those don't really seem like good changes to us. But this support is coming from the guy who has flown the Confederate flag at his concerts.
Anyway, the rocker believes the former host of The Apprentice should be the one calling the shots, adding:
"My feeling: let the motherf*cking business guy run it like a f*cking business. And his campaign has been entertaining as sh*t."
The performer continued:
"To me, I'm just like, 'We gotta try something else,' and … I'm not an expert at political science or anything. I do try to follow things, obviously. I'm a good, tax-paying citizen of this country. Let the business guy in there. It's not really working too well running it not like a business. I mean, what business f*cking survives when they're f*cking broke?"
Welp. Kid Rock certainly isn't shy about being an avid Republican supporter. In 2012, he even campaigned with Mitt Romney, so this really isn't much of a shock.
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