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Davi: Would Frank Sinatra Have Been a Deplorable?

We are in a different America today. An America that is on the verge of being “fundamentally changed,” as President Obama promised. The sole obstacle for the accomplishment of this change is “a one man wrecking crew” in Donald J Trump, who, like Reagan, was hated by the left. The one difference is, as I mentioned earlier, there were those movers and shakers in Hollywood who stood up for Reagan. Today, those that might have stood up for Trump have been rendered silent for fear of repercussion.

SAN FRANCISCO - NOVEMBER 1, 1960: Singer Frank Sinatra attends a campaign event for Democratic presidential nominee John F. Kennedy on November 1, 1960, in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

23 Hollywood Icons Who Served in the U.S. Military

Millions of Americans across the country are honoring United States heroes and recognizing their endless sacrifices this Veterans Day. While celebrities often get lost in the bustle of ideological political battles in ultra-progressive Hollywood, a number of notable actors, artists, and producers also served in the U.S. military.

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