Fans at five big college games on Saturday will get politics mixed in with football. The games, all to be played in so-called ''swing states'' viewed as up for grabs in the 2016 presidential election, will have flyovers sponsored by the national women's advocacy organization UltraViolet Action with messages against Republican nominee Donald Trump. The group calls Trump ''the most...
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Fantasy football can be amazing really. One week you're riding high and the next you're losing to somebody who didn't set a lineup in previous weeks. That's where Justin Mason found himself in week 3... "SAD" to quote presidential hopeful Donald Trump. I mean look at this kid; the only thing he dominates is a box of mini donuts, and HE knocked off the league leader after two weeks...
To say that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is making more enemies by the day would be an understatement. In the last year, he has managed to alienate and infuriate Latinos, African-Americans, the mentally handicapped and, of course, women of any age, size or color with his misogynistic and racist comments. Now, it seems that a women’s rights group will take a shot...
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Is he busy stumping for Donald Trump? Gearing up for his 76th birthday next month? It's unclear why Knight will be a no show.
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With over 80 million people watching, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump made sure to give a little shot out to the folks in Stillwater, at least that’s what Oklahoma State wrestler Tanner Allen thought. Even Donald Trump loves the Cowboys #GoPokes pic.twitter.com/Lw8BLSglip — Tanner Allen (@TAsports14) September 27, 2016 Sometimes, it’s the little things that...
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has become a key figure in a growing protest against racial inequality, had a harsh assessment of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump a day after the first presidential debate. ''To me, it was embarrassing to watch that these are our two candidates,'' Kaepernick said Tuesday. ''Both are proven liars...
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Mark Cuban was sitting front row at Monday night’s presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump at Hofstra University. It’s no secret that Cuban, a wealthy businessman who owns the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, isn’t a huge fan of Trump. He criticized the GOP nominee while live-tweeting the Republican National Convention in...
Frank Caliendo shares a Donald Trump while impresonating him on The Michael Kay Show.
Hillary Clinton will have a very outspoken supporter in her corner Monday night when she faces off with Donald Trump in the first presidential debate of the 2016 election. Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, has traded verbal jabs with Trump of late, and he’ll be front and center for what surely will be a fascinating scene at Hofstra University. Just got a front row...
Mark Cuban wants to interview Donald Trump and is apparently willing to fork over a large sum of money for the opportunity. The Mavericks owner was initially in favor of Trump as a presidential candidate but has changed his mind. Cuban has taken shots at the Republican nominee since then with tweets like this one as an example. Can media ask @realDonaldTrump -" if elected,...
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