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Bill Clinton Praises Wife & 'Change Maker' Hillary Clinton At The 2016 DNC! WATCH A Clip HERE!

The 42nd President of the United States speaks!

At the 2016 DNC in Philadelphia, Bill Clinton brought the house down with a touching speech honoring wife and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton!

Related: Celebs React To Hillary Clinton Becoming The Democratic Nominee!

From meeting her at Yale University, to being by her side as she squares off against Donald Trump, the former Governor of Arkansas spent nearly an hour listing his wife's brilliant achievements.

Regardless of your beliefs, you have to admit Hillary is truly a "change maker."

Watch a clip of Bill's speech (above)!

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No One Wants To Speak At Donald Trump's Convention!

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Just like the weird kid in high school, no one wants to go to Donald Trump's party!

In the past couple of days, things aren't going so well for the businessman! As we reported, thousands of wealthy Republican campaign donors are withholding their money from the controversial candidate!

In addition to his lack of funding, it seems like no Republican politicians are willing to speak or even attend the Republican National Convention less than a month away!

Related: Mini Donald Trump Is Back!

On Monday, POLITICO reached out to several prominent GOP governors, senators, and representatives about whether they were attending the convention in Cleveland. And judging from their data, people are avoiding Trump like a bad fart!

Some of the people who are flat out not attending include South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy, South Carolina Rep. Mark Sanford, Florida Rep. Carlos Curbelo, New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte, and several others!

This news is surprising given the fact that the RNC is a place where up-and-coming politicians become breakout stars. However, folks simply don't want to be associated with the Donald.

But don't feel too bad for the former reality TV star! Supporters such as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich will most likely get on stage.

Sucks to suck!

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Snoop Has Beef With Arnold Schwarzenegger Over His 'Racist' Final Act As Governor — Freeing A Murderer!

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Wow, Snoop!

The rapper is PISSED after seeing Arnold Schwarzenegger's final act as the governor of California back in 2011 that finally took hold this week — and judging by Snoop's Instagram videos, he's not going to be backing down from this one!

Related: Snoop And Wiz Khalifa Are Hitting The Road!

Snoop is angry over the Governator deciding to shorten the prison sentence for a man named Esteban Nunez.

Nunez had been convicted of manslaughter after an incident where he stabbed a college student in a drunken fit of rage, but after initially being sentenced to at least 16 years in prison, back in 2011, Arnold's last act as governor was to shorten that sentence to seven years.

Nunez was released from jail — nine years early — on Sunday.

But this isn't just any person who Schwarzenegger decided to help get out of jail; Esteban is the son of

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Georgia Governor Declares He Will VETO The State's Anti-Gay Bill!

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This is great news!

Georgia governor Nathan Deal has announced he WILL veto that "religious liberty" bill that was so controversial the last several weeks in the state and throughout the country.

Related: Gwen Stefani Says She'd Be Blessed To Have A Gay Son!

Speaking on Monday, Governor Deal stated unequivocally House Bill 757 "doesn't reflect the character of our state."

He added some very strong words against the measure, which would have granted faith-based organizations the right to deny service to those who violated their "sincerely held religious belief," as well as allowing those organizations to fire employees.

Deal went on to say:

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Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton Win Big On Super Tuesday 3 While Marco Rubio Drops Out!

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Things are heating up, y'all!

On Super Tuesday 3, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton blew the competition away with HUGE primary wins.

Related: Donald Trump Makes A Joke About Todd Palin's Injury!

While the businessman took Florida, Illnois, and North Carolina; the former First Lady took Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio.

The night's biggest upset belonged to Governor John Kasich who took his home state of Ohio.

Sadly, Marco Rubio's disappointing loss in Florida prompted him to drop his White House bid.

We just hope America makes the right decision when choosing our next President!

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Hillary Clinton & Bernie Sanders Agree During Debate — Both Call For Michigan Governor To Resign Over Flint Water Crisis! See His Response!

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Very well spoken by both candidates!!

Sunday night's Democratic presidential debate took place in Flint, Michigan — home of the city that's been experiencing a toxic water crisis with lead-tainted water being piped into residents' faucets for the last two years.

Photos: Which Candidates Do Your Favorite Celebs Support?!

During the discussion, neither Hillary Clinton nor Bernie Sanders held back on Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, saying the man should resign at once over how he handled — or, well, didn't handle — the situation.

A visibly emotional Sanders said he was "literally shattered" by the toxic tap water, saying:

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South Dakota Senate Passes 'Bathroom Bill' Which Unfairly Targets Transgender Students

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We just hope this gets vetoed!

On Tuesday, the South Dakota Senate passed a bill that requires high school students to use restrooms based on their "chromosomes and anatomy" at birth.

Related: The South Is Opening Its First Ever LGBT High School

This measure is seen as discriminatory towards the transgender community as it forces students to use facilities that do not match their gender. This act could lead to more prejudice and intolerance.

Proponents of the bill argue that this is necessary to protect children's privacy.

The measure passed with a vote of 20-15, and was previously approved in the State House of Representatives.

Governor Dennis Daugaard has five days to veto the bill, or else it will become law.

According to Mara Keisling from The National Center for Transgender Equality:

"This bill hurts transgender students, takes away control from local schools, and doesn't solve any problems. In fact, it does more harm than good to both trans kids and South Dakota's reputation."

We're confident South Dakota will make the right decision.

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