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Robert Redford says he’s not a Trump hater

“Presidents come and go, the pendulum swings back and forth,” said Robert Redford today at the annual opening press conference to kick off the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. “We try to stay away from politics we stay focused on the stories of the filmmakers,” the low-key Oscar winner and recent Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient added of the fest’s role in the Age of Donald Trump.

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52% View Trump Favorably

Voter attitudes about President-elect Donald Trump have changed little since Thanksgiving, with just over half of voters continuing to give him favorable marks.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 52% of Likely U.S. Voters share a favorable opinion of Trump, with 30% who have a Very Favorable one. The president-elect is viewed

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Jim Brown: I’ll support Donald Trump despite voting for Hillary Clinton

Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown has been a staple of political discourse since his halcyon days with the Cleveland Browns in the 1950s and ’60s.

The 80-year-old voted for Hillary Clinton, but vowed to support Donald Trump as President of the United States during a Monday appearance on Fox Business’ Varney & Co.

“When you win against all odds, and you defeat those who were against you — and I was for Hillary, so I’m one of those that Mr. Trump defeated — but he is the president-elect of the United States,” Brown said. “I’m a citizen.

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What Does It Mean to Be a Mediocre Negro?

What do NFL stars Jim Brown and Ray Lewis, “Family Feud” host Steve Harvey, rapper Kanye West, megachurch pastor Darrell Scott, Dr. Ben Carson, and Martin Luther King, III, have in common? They are all black. They have all met with (or worked with) President-elect Trump and spoken of their interaction positively. And they are apparently guilty of being “mediocre negroes” in the eyes of CNN contributor and Morehouse College professor Marc Lamont Hill.

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Grammy-award winning “Soul Man” Sam Moore will perform at Donald Trump’s Inaugural Concert.

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame legend was added to perform during the “Make America Great Again!” concert slated for the night before Trump gets sworn in.

The legendary singer announced that “As an American, I am honored to perform for President-elect Donald Trump. I was a participant in the civil rights movement and have seen many positive changes and advancement in my 81 years of living in this wonderful country.”

Sam’s announcement came the same day we reported the inauguration committee was going to keep featured performers for the Inaugural balls under wraps.

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George Michael’s cousin links death to drugs and alcohol

George Michael’s childhood friend believes the ‘reclusive’ singer died from a cocktail of drugs and alcohol and says those who ‘dragged him back to the dark side’ need to ‘answer’.

Andros Georgiou said the 53-year-old, who died at his home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, on Christmas Day, had been trying to ‘lead a normal life’ after three years in rehab but accidentally took ‘too much of something’ before his death.

He confirmed ‘hard drugs had been back in his life’ and added that ‘crack was one of his favourite drugs’.

The music producer – who was so close to the Wham! star that they called each other ‘cousins’ – has now vowed to ‘get to the truth’ and find out ‘who gave it to him and why’.

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CIA admits it carried out secret psychic experiments on Uri Geller – getting him to PREDICT agent’s drawings from the next room

A newly released cache of CIA documents reveals UFO sightings and psychic experiments from the “Stargate programme”, which has long been of interest to conspiracy theorists.

The project was the codename for a secret U.S. Army unit established in 1978 at Fort Meade, Maryland, by the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA).

It aimed to investigate the potential for psychic phenomena to be used by the military and intelligence services.

The Stargate programme inspired the 2009 film The Men Who Stare At Goats starring George Clooney and Ewan McGregor.

Some of the files surround the weird investigation and reveal how Geller was probed during a week-long series of tests.

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