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Celebrities, other public figures react to President Trump's joint address to Congress
Public figures from the worlds of entertainment, politics and media took to Twitter Tuesday night to share their thoughts about President Donald Trump 's first-ever joint address to Congress, which the White House had previously billed as the president's "biggest speech yet." Considering Hollywood
Correction: Celebrity birthdays for the week of May 21-27
May 21: Singer Ron Isley of the Isley Brothers is 76. Guitarist Hilton Valentine of The Animals is 74. Keyboardist Bill Champlin (Chicago) is 70. Actress Carol Potter ("Beverly Hills, 90210," ''Sunset Beach") is 69. Singer Leo Sayer is 69. Comedian-turned-U.S. Senator Al Franken is 66. Actor Mr. T
West Wing Cast Members Campaigning for Hillary Clinton in Ohio
Six people who know their way around the White House -- or at least a fictional version of it -- are lending their support this weekend to Hillary Clinton 's campaign to live and work inside the real thing. Actors from television's "The West Wing" are supporting the Democratic presidential nominee
How the White House Is Taking Cues from 'The West Wing'
President Obama's team has been using social media to hype up tonight's State of the Union address and in an additional push, he's called in back-up. Much of the cast of "The West Wing" reunited to create a promo video for the White House's Virtual Big Block of Cheese Day, which is scheduled for
Obamacare Interrupted (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES WHAT A DIFFERENCE A YEAR MAKES: Implementation of the employer health-care mandate, one of the most vaunted provisions in President Obama’s health care law, will be put off for a full year, the administration announced late yesterday, ABC’s CHRIS ...
Laurence Fishburne on Leading Metropolis' Daily Planet
"Man of Steel" actor says he's grateful to take on the iconic role of Clark Kent's boss.
On Debate Eve, A Dead Heat (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: OBAMA TO GET AGGRESSIVE: After his lackluster performance at the first presidential debate, President Obama is making some “adjustments” and will be more “aggressive” in his second face-off with Republican nominee Mitt ...
'West Wing' Cast Re-Unites For Voting Ad
Leave it up to the cast of the “West Wing” to turn a rather mundane voting issue into a catastrophe so important it can only be described as “a cataclysmic event unrivaled by the likes of any calamity since the dawn of history.” With a...
What's In A Name? Michelle Obama's Critique Of Mitt Romney (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: RAHM ON THE VISION THING: Sitting down with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos in Charlotte this morning Chicago Mayor and former Obama chief of staff Rahm Emanuel said that there’s no doubt that the president needs to talk...