Celebrities back same-sex marriage campaign
Di Caprio even spoke alongside President Obama at the Climate Summit 2014 at UN General Assembly Hall.
Together, the pair addressed 120 world leaders, imploring them to do their part to fight global warming and climate change.
The crazy 2016 election year is finally coming to a close, and Americans are now either celebrating or mourning the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States.
Even though it’s really none of our business how other people cast their votes, we still can’t help but wonder who all of our favorite celebrities voted for.
King wants organizers of the Australian Open, which begins on Monday, to change the name of Margaret Court Arena telling reporters: “I think it’s its really important, if you’re going to have your name on anything, that you’re hospitable, inclusive, you’re opening arms to everyone that comes to a public facility. I was fine until lately she said so many derogatory things about my community. Some have suggested the arena be renamed to honor former number one and four-time Australian Open singles champion Evonne Goolagong.
If he [were] a Republican running, because Republicans are better at this, they’d be selling him as the guy who stopped 400,000 jobs a month from leaving the country.
They’d be selling him as the guy who saved the auto industry.
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