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Most Trump Voters Think He Should Stay In Office Even If Russia Collusion Is PROVEN IN COURT!

| Filed under: Wacky, Tacky & TrueLegal MattersPolitikDonald TrumpHillary ClintonPollsCrazzzzyGIFsViral: NewsControversy

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It's looking more and more like the Donald Trump team did indeed collude with a foreign power for help winning the U.S. election.

In case you haven't followed the latest turn in Robert Mueller's investigation, Trump team member George Papadopoulos has already CONFESSED to seeking Hillary Clinton's hacked emails from Russian agents and then lying to the FBI about it.

So what do Trump supporters think about that? What do they say when the scandal isn't fake news after all?? Um… they don't care…

In a new poll from Public Policy Polling, a ridiculous 79% of Trump voters say even if collusion is proven, they'd be okay with a criminal staying in office. (BTW, 75% of Trump voters still think the story is BS anyway, so maybe they'll change their tunes as new evidence comes to light?)

Apparently these people just don't understand why the U.S.A. might not want a foreign power whose interests don't align with ours having so much control of our government? Yet another thing to add to the list…

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8 Dead After Rental Truck Drives Into Bicycles And School Bus Near World Trade Center

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UPDATE 8:03 P.M. EST: The suspect has been identified as Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov. Law enforcement officials say the man moved to the States from Uzbekistan in 2010. He has lived in Ohio, Florida, and, most recently, New Jersey. According to officials, he has a wife and three children.


At least eight people are dead with more injured after an apparent act of terrorism near the site of the 9/11 attack.

According to reports, a 29-year-old man rented a Home Depot truck and drove it into a busy bicycle path in Lower Manhattan, near the site of the World Trade Center.

He drove for at least 10 blocks, hitting a dozen people.

Witnesses say they saw him swerve to hit a "special ed" school bus that was carrying three children, scream "allahu akbar," then exit the vehicle carrying what's being called "imitation firearms" (possibly BB or paint guns).

Police responded and shot the driver, who was then brought to the hospital.

The death toll is currently eight; no word yet on whether any were the schoolchildren.

The mode of attack and statement by the driver have already led authorities to refer to the incident as a terror attack; Mayor Bill de Blasio called the incident a "particularly cowardly act of terror aimed at innocent civilians." See his and Governor Andrew Cuomo's remarks (below):

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Ashley Judd Shares Tips On How YOU Can Prevent Sexual Harassment In Everyday Life!

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Now that we're having a more open and honest dialogue about sexual harassment and how pervasive it is in society, many are wondering how to protect themselves against such abuse.

For Harvey Weinstein accuser Ashley Judd, the answer to that is: practice!

In an new video interview with Teen Vogue, the Double Jeopardy star shared a few tricks she's picked over the years to stop potential harassers dead in their tracks.

Related: Harvey Sues Weinstein Company After Sexual Harassment Fallout

Admitting that she practices saying "stop" when she's at home or with friends, Judd revealed a few techniques victims can use to protect themselves by standing up to their perpetrators with stern, effective language.

After yelling "That is inappropriate and unwelcome," at an imaginary harasser, she explains:

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Kevin Spacey's Online Acting Class Has Been Canceled!

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Kevin Spacey may not have been fired from his main gig on House Of Cards — YET — as Netflix can't seem to decide between giving the show a final season or suspending it altogether.

But it looks like at least one of the Oscar-winner's jobs is over after Anthony Rapp's allegations of making sexual advances toward him when he was just 14.

Related: Another Kevin Spacey Accuser Comes Forward

MasterClass, the company which creates online courses taught by successful celebs like Martin Scorsese, Shonda Rhimes, and Samuel L. Jackson, has announced that class is canceled, telling Variety:

"In light of recent events, MasterClass has closed enrollment in Kevin Spacey's online class."

The course description is still on the website for the moment, but users can no longer enroll. Spacey's class included about five hours of content over 28 videos, including — for select members — individual performance critiques.

Yeah, we're guessing no one would want that now anyway…

[Image via MasterClass.]

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Some Fox News Employees Reportedly Want To Quit Over Network's 'Embarrassing' Russia Coverage

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Lolol.

After yesterday's (and… every other day's?) coverage (or lack there of) of the Russia scandal, it seems as though some of the Fox News employees are feeling a bit embarrassed. We don't blame them.

ICYMI, instead of covering the indictments against Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, or even the charge against George Papadopoulos, Fox News covered the NFL protests, North Korea, tax reform, and Robert Mueller's credibility.

Related: The View Dressed Children Up In Political Costumes!

In fact, in a text message to CNN, a Fox News personality allegedly wrote while watching his/her own network:

"I'm watching now and screaming. I want to quit."

A senior Fox News employee also noted there were "many eye rolls" around the newsroom:

"It is another blow to journalists at Fox who come in every day wanting to cover the news in a fair and objective way. Fox feels like an extension of the Trump White House."

Ya, you think?

Another conservative journalist said on the grounds of anonymity:

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