José Fernández's tragic passing has affected so many people.
The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
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Most of the 80 million viewers who watched the political event could tell that Hillary Clinton's actual answers trumped Trump's interruptions and sniffles.
Still, the GOP nominee boasted about favorable online "polls" that pegged him as the winner — but these polls either gave unreal results or were just nonexistent.
The actual scientific polls came in on Wednesday, and they all say the same thing: Hillary totally mopped the floor with "orange anus"!
Each poll shows the Democratic nominee scoring a commanding victory over her opponent, with her highest marks
We can't wait to hear Donald Trump's take on this!
Considering Baldwin is an outspoken liberal and consistent guest-host of the series (16 times!), it looks like Lorne Michaels made the perfect casting decision! We can't wait to see the 58-year-old mimic the politician's ridiculous hand gestures — and now sniffles!
Similar to Larry David's stint as Bernie Sanders, the actor will appear as Drumpf for a few episodes throughout the season. While the celeb has taken on a variety of impressions for SNL before (Al Pacino, Bono, Marlon Brando), this will be his first time taking on Trump. Previously former cast member and current announcer Darrell Hammond portrayed him.
Following the exciting news, the show shared a HIGHlarious teaser featuring Donald's running mate Hillary Clinton AKA Kate McKinnon.
Check out the must-see preview (below)!
Maybe Jimmy Fallon was playing a debate drinking game??
Sources told Page Six that the TV personality was partying at Manitoba's bar in NYC until the wee hours of the morning.
One witness dished that the comedian was definitely intoxicated and danced quite a bit, saying:
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: