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Round-Up: Democrats Reveal They Dislike Celebrating America After All

The Democrat Party has been moving noticeably farther to the left, and President Trump’s pro-America policies and “Salute to America” celebration have driven many over the edge. There are countless examples of Hollywood figures, 2020 Democrats, media outlets, and businesses revealing their true colors.

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Actor Josh Gad ‘Heartbroken’ By Trump Supporters

Actor Josh Gad says he is “heartbroken” by the millions of Americans who continue to show support for President Donald Trump, hours after he announced his decision to pull the United States out of the Iran deal.

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Hollywood Goes All-In for Student Gun Control March

Late-night host Jimmy Fallon opened his show on Tuesday urging viewers to ‘demand change on the issue of gun control’ by attending Saturday’s March for Our Lives, backed by a bevy of celebrity cash and fronted by student survivors of last month’s deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

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Celebrities Melt Down Over Trump Budget Cuts

Celebrities took to Twitter Thursday to bemoan President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget proposal, which, among other items, eliminates the budgets for the National Endowment for the Arts and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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Celebs Enjoy Unruly GOP Debate Audience

Saturday night’s CBS Republican presidential debate was a heated affair, with the candidates often struggling to be heard over the cheers and jeers of an unusually rowdy audience at the Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina.

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Celebrities Tweet Praise for Obama’s Executive Gun Control

Numerous Hollywood celebrities took to Twitter to show their support for President Obama’s announcement today that he is taking executive action to expand background checks, place more requirements on the backs of federally licensed firearms dealers, and require the Department of Justice to sponsor “smart gun” research.

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