The streaming service just dropped a new trailer for their upcoming biopic Barry, in which newcomer Devon Terrell portrays a young Obama, or "Barry" as his friend call him in the movie, as he moves to New York City to attend Columbia University!
Biden and Pence met at the Naval Observatory on Wednesday to pass the Veep torch in which the current VP made some jokes to ease the tension, and extend an olive branch to the next White House administration.
Earlier today, Hillary Clinton addressed her supporters in a somber concession speech, but even her usually powerful words did little to mend the disappointment of those expecting a MUCH different outcome to this exhausting Presidential race.
Now, President Barack Obama is addressing the nation, and he tried his very best to be uplifting in the wake of the most stunning upset in political history.
Speaking from the White House, Obama revealed he called up Trump to congratulate him on last night's victory, assuring he would provide a smooth transition for his successor as George W. Bush's team did for him eight years ago. He said:
"Everybody is sad when their side loses the election, but the day after we have to remember that we're all on one team. It's an Intramural scrimmage. We're not Democrats first, we're not Republicans first. We're Americans first. We're patriots first."
Though he spent most of election season telling voters that a Trump White House was dangerous, Obama recognized the President-Elect's stance on "unity" was indeed the direction the country needs to head towards, adding:
Brock Turner became the nefarious poster boy of rape culture and victim blaming this year after sexually assaulting an unconscious woman at Stanford University and receiving an embarrassingly light jail sentence for his crime.
Though Turner only spent a measly three months behind bars, his crime transcended the courtroom thanks to the words of the young woman he violated, who penned a now-viral statement condemning her rapist's actions.
This brave assault survivor, identified only as Emily Doe, was named Glamour's Woman of the Year. In a new essay published by the mag, she recounts the aftermath of the rape and Turner's light sentencing.
During a rally for Hillary Clinton in Manchester, New Hampshire, Michelle addressed a crowd of supporters by talking about the political climate and upcoming election before sharing her feelings on Trump.