From musicians and actors to sporting champions and fashionistas, there are numerous American Muslims who have charted a trailblazing path. And, not only have they built careers to inspire people of all backgrounds, they’v also … .
The official overseeing the campaign — Michael Caputo, who Trump personally tapped as the health department’s top spokesperson — also sought to overrule the career civil servants assigned to the campaign, directly urging contractors to … .
The Trump administration’s $250 million coronavirus ad campaign was highly motivated by politics, according to a letter from House Democrats obtained by Politico, down to the celebrity endorsements it would have featured. The administration awarded … .
Serena Williams | Abbie Parr/Getty ImagesIn September, Politico reported the Trump campaign was redirecting $300 million in taxpayer funds from the CDC to make some ads with celebrities to help “defeat despair” over coronavirus. In … .
Most celebrities love splashing their money in anything luxurious from big mansions, posh cars, and private jets. It is also common to see them spending on vacations in exotic places. However, some celebrities love to … .
Donald Trump’s administration vetted celebrities such as George Lopez, Zach Galifianakis and Billie Eilish or their past comments about the president in determining whether the invite them to be a part of a coronavirus public … .
October 29, 2020 | 3:28pm 1 of 22 These celebs are making their voices heard by voting. Selena Gomez proudly wears her “I voted” sticker after she “finished filling out” her ballot. Instagram 2 of … .
They’re slowly coming out of the woodwork. You have the “Bawitaba” composer, Kid Rock. Mr. Scott Baio. Jesse Grant / Getty Images And one of the Baldwin boys — Hailey Bieber’s dad, Stephen Baldwin. But … .
Remember the backstage brawl between Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair on the Monday Night RAW before WrestleMania 35 in 2019? Well, apparently at least one person thought it was real.According to a Thursday … .
WASHINGTON — A now-canceled $250 million anti-coronavirus ad campaign by the Trump administration was so politically motivated it screened possible celebrity spokespeople based on their support for the president and their liberal ideology, according to … .