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Now Donald Trump Is Saying There Are No James Comey 'Tapes'! WTF?!

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Lordy…

Donald Trump is losing his mind from all these Washington leakers exposing his presidency for the rusty joke that it is.

After firing James Comey last month, the President seemingly threatened the former FBI Director with the existence of certain "tapes" of their conversations.

During Comey's testimony, in which he claimed POTUS encouraged him to drop the Michael Flynn investigation and ‘relieve pressure' with Russia, Comey said he was unaware of any such tapes — but lordy, did he hope they existed!

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Following the testimony, Trump once again teased the existence of the elusive tapes, launching officials and reporters on a witch hunt to find these recordings. Eventually, the Secret Service announced they couldn't find any such tapes between Trump and Comey.

And because Trump is now apparently so disoriented he forgot how this entire ordeal started, the Big Cheeto made it clear that HE never made such recordings either! Wait, what?

On Thursday, he tweeted:

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Sad News — Harry Styles' Stepfather Passes Away Following Lengthy Battle With Cancer

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What a rough week for Harry Styles.

On Thursday, the One Direction alum's rep confirmed that his stepfather, Robin Twist, sadly lost his battle with cancer earlier this week. He was only 57 years old.

Related: Harry Phones A Teen Victim Of The Manchester Bombing

The spokesperson noted in a statement to MailOnline:

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Ghostbusters II Child Actor Commits Suicide At 29

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He was too young… way too young…

Last week, Henry "Hank" Deutschendorf — who played Baby Oscar in Ghostbusters II alongside his twin brother William — committed suicide by hanging at his home in Escondido, CA.

According to the medical examiner, the 29-year-old was discovered by his twin who unsuccessfully tried to rescue him.

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TMZ reports the actor suffered from schizoaffective disorder, which is a combination of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia where one can experience hallucinations and depression. He reportedly "fought for his life every day."

After starring in the hit blockbuster, Hank ran a martial arts school, and also appeared in the 2017 documentary Cleanin' Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters.

Our thoughts go out to Deutschendorf's friends and family during this difficult time.

[Image via Columbia Pictures/Facebook.]

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Heartbreaking Video Shows Philando Castile’s GF Being Consoled By Daughter After Shooting: ‘I Don’t Want You To Get Shooted’

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Our hearts continue to go out to Philando Castile's loved ones.

Philando Castile will never be forgotten.

As we reported last week, Minnesota officer Jeronimo Yanez was acquitted of second-degree manslaughter charges after shooting and killing Philando during a traffic stop last year.

In the aftermath of the jury's verdict, videos from the murder of the 32-year-old have been released, including one heartbreaking video of his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, and her four-year-old daughter.

Related: Pregnant Black Woman Shot Fatally By Police

Footage from the graphic clip shows Diamond handcuffed in the back of a cop car with her daughter right after the tragic shooting.

While the situation alone is upsetting, the conversation the two have will hurt your heart as the four-year-old pleads with her mom to not "get shooted" for cursing or wriggling in her handcuffs.

You can watch the full video HERE and see the heartbreaking moment (below)!

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Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, Rita Ora, & More Record Charity Single For Grenfell Fire — As Survivors Move Into New Apartment Complex

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Celebrities brought together by tragedy.

Last week, Simon Cowell assembled Artists for Grenfell – a group of A-list singers to record a charity single for the devastating Grenfell Tower fire that claimed the lives of 79 people.

Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Rita Ora, Leona Lewis, Jessie J, and Stormzy are just a few artists featured on the moving track recorded in honor of those who lost their possessions, homes, and lives in the inferno.

Photo: Adele Visits London Fire Brigade Following Grenfell Fire

The recording, a heartbreaking cover of Simon & Garfunkel's Bridge Over Troubled Water, also features vocals from Robbie Williams, Bastille, Geri Halliwell, James Blunt, Nile Rodgers, the London Community Gospel Choir, and more British artists.

As for the survivors, the government has acquired 68 luxury apartments in neighboring Kensington to permanently house those left homeless by the fire. The lavish complex includes a 24-hour concierge, swimming pool, and private cinema.

City communities secretary Sajid Javid made the announcement on Wednesday afternoon, saying "it is our duty to support" the residents of Grenfell Tower, whose lives — and, in some tragic cases, loved ones — literally went up in flames.

Our heart goes out to all those affected by this horrible incident. Take a listen to the moving song (below).

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'Without Drugs, Maybe She Would Have Left Long Ago': Carrie Fisher's Siblings Respond To Toxicology Report

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The investigation into Carrie Fisher's death took a turn on Monday when the toxicology report showed she had used cocaine within hours of her death, and somewhat recently heroin and MDMA as well.

At least, it was a turn for us.

For Carrie's brother, Todd Fisher, the news Carrie had been using again was not much of a surprise at all.

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Like Carrie's daughter Billie Lourd, who responded to the news by renewing her mother's fight for honesty, to remove the stigma of addiction so that people wouldn't be afraid to seek help, Todd was "not shocked" by the news.

He told ET:

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3-Time Oscar Winner Daniel Day-Lewis Will Never Act Again!

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Good thing we weren't expecting a Lincoln 2

Three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest actors of his generation, has officially retired from acting.

Variety reports that the Lincoln star, the only performer to ever win three Academy Awards for Best Actor, didn't give any reason for his retirement — and will not be making ANY further comments on the "private decision"!

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Day-Lewis' spokeswoman Leslee Dart confirmed the news in a statement, (sort of) explaining:

"Daniel Day-Lewis will no longer be working as an actor. He is immensely grateful to all of his collaborators and audiences over the many years. This is a private decision and neither he nor his representatives will make any further comment on this subject."

Sad! But fans of the 60-year-old method actor still have one final film to look forward to. Day-Lewis is set to star in an untitled drama directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, set in the world of fashion. Despite being retired, the actor intends to help promote the movie — which is set to hit theaters on December 25, 2017.

While this announcement sounds unequivocal, it wouldn't be the first time the actor stepped away from the cameras.

He appeared to give up acting in the late ‘90s and early ‘00s, and was reportedly working as a cobbler before Martin Scorsese convinced him to star in Gangs of New York.

Never say never?

[Image via Apega/WENN.]

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