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26 October 2016 3:17 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Last Week Tonight host John Oliver shot down Donald Trump’s understanding of women's rights, while also vowing to stay in the country even if the Republican presidential nominee wins the election, during a gala on Tuesday night. Oliver spoke at the gala for the Center for Reproductive Rights at New York's Lincoln Center to honor filmmaker Dawn Porter and author Isabel Allende. "Good evening, gentlemen and nasty women,” he greeted the room, referencing Trump’s debate remark to Hillary Clinton to cheers from the crowd. Oliver joked about the idea that anti-Trump voters will “move to Canada" if he
- Jennifer Konerman
The Twittersphere’s obsessions often come from random places (a celebrity’s Instagram account, a presidential debate, a music video), but it’s latest meme craze appears to be straight out of the pages of the Preliminary Sat.
On the test, given Wednesday, a section apparently included an excerpt from Isabel Allende’s 2000 novel Portrait in Sepia, about Aurora del Valle and her ambitious grandmother Paulina.
The test allegedly included a passage about the pair’s desperate attempts to persuade famed photographer Don Juan Ribero to take Aurora on as his apprentice. The photographer refused and persistent Aurora waited up »
- Char Adams
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