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Sean Hannity on Rumors of George Clooney Presidential Bid: "Run, George, Run!"

Fox News host and reliable Donald Trump supporter Sean Hannity is all in favor of actor George Clooney running for president in 2020, a possibility floated by The Drudge Report on Tuesday under the banner: "Clooney 2020 Vision?" (Drudge linked to an article about Clooney and his wife, Amal, donating $500,000 to a planned student march on Washington to advocate for gun control.)

"My attitude is, 'Run, George, run,'" Hannity said Tuesday afternoon on his radio show. "If George Clooney wants to run, I'm all for it."

Hannity compared Clooney to another entertainer who has been bandied about...
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Sean Hannity on Rumors of George Clooney Presidential Bid: "Run, George, Run!"

Fox News host and reliable Donald Trump supporter Sean Hannity is all in favor of actor George Clooney running for president in 2020, a possibility floated by The Drudge Report on Tuesday under the banner: "Clooney 2020 Vision?" (Drudge linked to an article about Clooney and his wife, Amal, donating $500,000 to a planned student march on Washington to advocate for gun control.)

"My attitude is, 'Run, George, run,'" Hannity said Tuesday afternoon on his radio show. "If George Clooney wants to run, I'm all for it."

Hannity compared Clooney to another entertainer who has been bandied about...
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Fox News Is The Latest Cable Network To Announce Stand-Alone Streaming Service

Fox News is launching a stand-alone subscription service meant to “appeal to the Fox superfan,” the company’s Svp of development and production, John Finley, told the New York Times.

Called Fox Nation, the service marks Fox News’s first option for its cord-cutting viewers. It will include some new shows and plenty of right wing commentary, as per its current cable TV counterpart. Viewers can also expect appearances by key cable personalities like Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson. However, most of the anchors will be faces Fox News fans haven’t seen before.

Finley further described Fox Nation’s target audience, the “superfan,” as “the folks who watch Fox News every night for hours at a time, the dedicated audience that really wants more of what we have to offer.” One of those fans is the President, who often tweets and otherwise reiterates Fox News content, exemplifying the kind
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Fox News To Launch Stand-Alone Subscription Service Fox Nation

Updated with additional details: The Fox News Channel is expanding its reach in the news world with Fox Nation, a stand-alone subscription service that will be available to those without a cable package. The service is slated to launch at the end of the year and will be on brand with Fox News commentary. Fox Nation will also include original shows and appearances from Fox News mainstays like Sean Hannity. Fox News made the news official today, though it didn’t offer…
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Fox News to Launch Standalone Subscription Service By End of 2018

Following in the footsteps of other cable TV channels, Fox News plans to launch a standalone subscription service that will be available to viewers without a cable package.

According to the New York Times, the streaming service — Fox Nation — will offer right-leaning commentary by way of original shows, as well as cameos from such Fox News staples as Sean Hannity. The network plans to develop several hours of new daily programming with a mostly fresh roster of anchors and commentators, and will not overlap with Fox News’ regular cable broadcasts.

“Fox Nation is designed to appeal to the Fox superfan,
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Fox News Plans to Launch Fox Nation Streaming Service

Fox News Channel is planning to launch a new subscription-based streaming service called Fox Nation that would offer commentary-and-opinion programming to “superfans” of the network even when popular primetime hosts like Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson are not on the air.

The company. part of 21st Century Fox, said it expected to launch the service in the fourth quarter with a price to be announced at a later date. The new service is expected to feature live exclusive daily streaming content and long-form programming available only to subscribers. Fox Nation will also give subscribers access to exclusive events and more than 20 years of Fox News Channel programming. Being able to interact Iwith hosts and personalities is expected to be a main feature of the new product

Executives did not outline specific hosts who would appear via the new service.

In launching the new service, Fox News is joining the parade of traditional media companies seeking to offer
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Fox News to Launch Stand-Alone Streaming Service Aimed at ‘the Fox Superfan’

Fox News to Launch Stand-Alone Streaming Service Aimed at ‘the Fox Superfan’
Fox News is preparing to announce a stand-alone streaming service aimed at “the Fox superfan” that will be available separate from a cable subscription, the New York Times reports. The service, named Fox Nation, will be announced on Tuesday and is expected to launch by the end of the year for an undetermined monthly fee. Programming for the new platform will consist of “right-leaning commentary, with original shows and cameos by popular personalities like Sean Hannity,” according to the Times. “Fox Nation is designed to appeal to the Fox superfan,” Fox News development and production executive John Finley told Nyt. “These are...
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Stallone Confirms He's Alive and Still Punching After Death Hoax

Stallone Confirms He's Alive and Still Punching After Death Hoax
Sylvester Stallone lives! Reports of Sly's death from prostate cancer that surfaced over the weekend are completely false. Stallone took a screenshot of one of the false reports and posted it on social media this morning. Fans were shocked and saddened by the news, but it ended up stemming from an account that has been known to spread death hoaxes. The actor's brother, Frank Stallone, went on to slam the "sick and cruel" trolls who spread the rumor.

Back in September of 2016, news of Sylvester Stallone's death spread like wildfire on social media after a report from CNN came out. As it turns out, it was not CNN, but instead the sick hoax was tracked back to a site that is infamous for falsely announcing the deaths of celebrities. Over the weekend, those rumors popped up again, stating that Stallone had died from prostate cancer, which prompted the actor to once again,
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Donald Trump Is Our Cartoon President: Grade the Series Premiere

Donald Trump Is Our Cartoon President: Grade the Series Premiere
Homer Simpson, Peter Griffin… Donald Trump?!

Showtime on Sunday introduced Our Cartoon President, which puts our current Potus at the center of his own workplace comedy. The Trump caricature, spun-off from The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, is joined by a supporting “cast” comprised of his most-trusted advisers (sons Eric and Donald Jr.), his closest allies (Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and goblin-esque Attorney General Jeff Sessions) and whatever the heck Ted Cruz is supposed to be. Much of what’s shown in the premiere isn’t too far off from (alleged) reality: Trump begins his day flipping through
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Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham Troll Flirty Joe and Mika: ‘Sean? You’re Always Right’ (Video)

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Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham couldn’t resit a bit of trolling on their show’s respective Wednesday evening broadcast. As Hannity prepared to hand off the baton to his colleague, he asked Ingraham her thoughts on the recent viral clip of Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski getting flirty on “Morning Joe.” The moment was first reported by TheWrap. Ingraham couldn’t resist an opportunity for some Mean Girls mockery. “What, what Sean, you’re always right. No you’re always right. You. Are. Always. Right. I mean, really,” she said twirling her hair and doing her best faux Brzezinski impression. Also Read: Former Fox News Star...
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See Samantha Bee Slam FBI's Ridiculous 'Black Identity Extremist' Report

See Samantha Bee Slam FBI's Ridiculous 'Black Identity Extremist' Report
Samantha Bee skewered the FBI for creating a new terrorist category called "Black Identity Extremist" on Wednesday. 

The new designation, revealed in a report from last August, defines a "Black Identity Extremist" as "those who feel oppressed and respond with violence." "Feeling oppressed and responding with violence doesn't make you a terrorist, it makes you an Eagles fan," Bee joked. 

More seriously, she added, "the 'Black Identity Extremist' report gives law enforcement an excuse to surveil the communities that are protesting them. Surveilling Americans because of their free speech is dangerous and wrong.
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Don Lemon Returns After His Sister's Death: 'This Is Exactly Where She Would've Wanted Me to Be'

Don Lemon Returns After His Sister's Death: 'This Is Exactly Where She Would've Wanted Me to Be'
Don Lemon returned to his anchor desk on CNN Tuesday night delivering an emotional thank you to his viewers and friends.

“First off, many of you have noticed that I have not been here,” he began. “My older sister died unexpectedly last week and I am back sitting with you tonight because this is exactly where she would have wanted me to be.”

“Leisa was so proud of me, and all she wanted for Christmas last year was a new CNN Tonight T-shirt.”

Lemon’s older sister L’Tanya “Leisa” Lemon Grimes died last week after she reportedly fell into a pond in Livingston Parish,
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No, ‘Lady Doritos’ Are Not Actually Going to Be a Thing

On Monday, PepsiCo. got lambasted for a potential new product that the Internet dubbed the “Lady Dorito”—that is, a chip designed specifically for women.

Of course, as Kendall Jenner can attest to, this wouldn’t be the first time that the brand has been called out for a marketing scheme that was perceived as offensive and tone deaf. But unlike that infamously botched Pepsi ad, a product with this name doesn’t actually exist, and likely never will, thankfully.

The controversy stemmed from an interview with PepsiCo. CEO Indra Nooyi on the Freakonomics podcast, which often focuses on demographic
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Maddow Tops Cable News Demo Ratings in January, But Fox Retains Overall Wins

Cable news' boom time may be slowing down a bit. For the first time since the 2016 presidential campaign was underway in earnest, MSNBC ranked as the only news network immune to year-over-year fatigue for the recent Nielsen ratings month.

The channel delivered double-digit growth across the board, with Rachel Maddow eking out a notable victory in the key news demographic over Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity — though the regularly dominant Fnc did manage to hold on to its overall advantages in both primetime and total day.

Maddow and Hannity engaged in another tight back-and-forth, with Maddow winning her...
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Sean Hannity Returns To Twitter After Account “Briefly Compromised” – Update

Sean Hannity is tweeting again, thanking his “deplorable” and “irredeemable” followers and pledging to continue his work of “exposing” the deep state. But still no explanation of Form Submission 1649. “I’m baaaccckk,” Hannity tweeted shortly after 7 pm Et, hours after Twitter confirmed that the Fox host’s account had been compromised. “Thanks for the support all you deplorable, irredeemables. Can’t get rid of me that easy. Too much work to do exposing…
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Hillary Clinton’s ‘Activist Bitches Supporting Bitches’ Shoutout Divides Twitter (Video)

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Hillary Clinton’s ‘Activist Bitches Supporting Bitches’ Shoutout Divides Twitter (Video)
Hillary Clinton wants you to know that she fully supports feminism. And sometimes her lent-support comes with particularly colorful language. “I just wanted to say thanks,” Clinton begins in a video that hit the web on Friday. “Thanks for your feminism, for your activism, and all I can hope is you keep up the really important good work.” A person off-camera then asks her to say the next line. “And let me just say: This is directed towards the activist bitches supporting bitches,” Clinton continues. “So let’s go.” Watch the video above. Also Read: Sean Hannity's Twitter Account Was 'Briefly Compromised,' Social Media Platform...
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Sean Hannity’s Twitter Account Was ‘Briefly Compromised,’ Social Media Platform Says

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Sean Hannity’s Twitter Account Was ‘Briefly Compromised,’ Social Media Platform Says
Sean Hannity’s Twitter account, which mysteriously disappeared for a few hours on Saturday, was “briefly compromised,” according to the social media platform. “While we normally do not discuss individual accounts, for privacy and security reasons, we have permission from the account owner to confirm that account was briefly compromised,” a Twitter spokesperson told TheWrap in a statement. “We are working with the owner to restore access.” The temporary deletion of the “Hannity” host’s official account was a top trend on Twitter earlier in the day. As readers might expect, those on the right had a very different reaction to — and...
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Sean Hannity Mocked For Dismissing Latest Trump-Mueller Story

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Sean Hannity Mocked For Dismissing Latest Trump-Mueller Story
Sean Hannity wasn’t impressed with the latest New York Times scoop that Donald Trump attempted to fire Robert Mueller, special counsel to the Russia investigation, last June, but was only dissuaded when his own White House counsel, Donald F. McGahn, threatened to resign. On Thursday’s show, Hannity initially dismissed the Times report, saying his people had not independently verified it. “At this hour, the New York Times is trying to distract you. They have a story that Trump wanted Mueller fired some time last June and our sources — and I’ve checked in with many of them — they’ve not confirmed that tonight,” said...
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Sean Hannity’s Reaction to Fox News Confirming the Nyt Mueller Report is Absolutely Priceless

Sean Hannity: The New York Times is trying to distract you. They say Trump tried to fire Mueller, but our sources aren’t confirming that! Sean Hannity, minutes later: Alright, yeah, maybe our sources confirm Trump wanted to fire Mueller. But so what? That’s his right. Anywho… pic.twitter.com/yUIt7Un56d — Matt Fuller (@MEPFuller) January 26, 2018 After […]
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Fox News’ Bret Baier Distances Himself From Sean Hannity: ‘Fox Gets Painted With a Broad Brush’

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Fox News host Bret Baier distanced himself from fellow network star Sean Hannity on Tuesday, drawing a clear distinction between his news program and the opinion side of the Fox News Channel. “Sean Hannity’s show is not ‘Special Report,'” said Baier, referencing his own program. “The problem sometimes is that Fox gets painted with a broad brush.” Baier made the remarks during a panel hosted by Washington Post political reporter Dan Balz. Despite the comment, Baier still praised “Hannity,” the network’s highest-rated show. Also Read: Fox News Anchor Bret Baier Hangs With Trump at Mar-a-Lago During Thanksgiving Weekend “I think Sean Hannity, for what — his...
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