Mia Farrow

Mia Farrow Defends Hunter Biden After Trump Calls Out Biden Family Corruption During Debate

Actress Mia Farrow defended Hunter Biden, the embattled son of Joe Biden, just as President Donald Trump was laying out allegations of Biden family corruption during Thursday’s night presidential debate. Farrow listed various prominent professional positions that Hunter has held over the course of his life, just as Trump accused Joe of using his position when he was Vice President to benefit finacially.

SEATTLE, WA - MARCH 27: Actress and activist Mia Farrow introduces the history of international charity and educational partner, Free The Children, to 15,000 local youth on stage at the KeyArena at Seattle Center for the first-ever We Day Seattle on March 27, 2013. (Photo by Dana Nalbandian/Getty Images for …

Celebrities Accuse Trump of White Supremacy over ‘Stand Back and Stand By’ Comments

Leftist Hollywood stars freaked out over President Donald Trump’s comments about white supremacists and the Proud Boys during the first presidential debate on Tuesday. Celebrities seized on the the president’s remarks as an opportunity to equate him and his supporters to white supremacists, while fanning the flames of panic that the commander in chief was making a veiled threat to his opponents.

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Mia Farrow Confused by Civil Rights Hero Clarence Henderson’s Message at RNC

Left-wing actress Mia Farrow is baffled over civil rights pioneer Clarence Henderson’s support for President Donald Trump, demanding to know why Henderson — who participated  in lunch-counter desegregation sit-ins in North Carolina — “would say these things” during his speech Wednesday at the Republican National Convention.

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Mia Farrow to Trump: The WHO Deserves Our Wholehearted Support

Actress Mia Farrow insists that the World Health Organization (WHO) is “essential” and deserves “wholehearted” financial support from the United States, despite the agency previously promoting the false Chinese claim that there is “no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission” of the coronavirus.

US actress Mia Farrow delivers a pess conference during a visit to an Amazonic area affected by pollution created by US oil company Chevron, in Lago Agrio, Aguarico, Ecuador, on January 28, 2014. AFP PHOTO/JUAN CEVALLOS (Photo credit should read JUAN CEVALLOS/AFP/Getty Images)