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WATCH LIVE: Ex-Chief Justice Roy Moore faces Luther Strange in ‘Lincoln-Douglas’ debate for Senate

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Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore on Thursday will debate incumbent Sen. Luther Strange ahead of Tuesday’s Republican Primary run-off for U.S. Senate.

Moore is expected to attend a rally with former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin following the debate.

Watch the debate below beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET.


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Robert De Niro said Alec Baldwin is so good at playing Donald Trump he wants to punch them both in the face

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Legendary actor and Donald Trump foe Robert De Niro waited patiently as roasters bashed him before they went after Alec Baldwin. De Niro was mocked mostly for his age. But it was De Niro who had the last laugh.

When it was his turn to bring the funny, De Niro asked simply, "what the f*ck am I doing here?"

"This is like that Moscow hotel room where a bunch of whores pissed all over Donald Trump," he recalled.

When it came time to bash Caitlyn Jenner, De Niro said that there was something off about her, but he couldn't "put his finger in it."

"Yes, you can!" she encouraged.

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SNL’s Chris Redd calls Caitlyn Jenner ‘Auntie Tom’ for supporting Trump over trans community

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Genius comedian Chris Redd went after Caitlyn Jenner for her Republican support of President Donald Trump.

While Jenner admitted in 2018 that she'd made a mistake, she was a big part of those few LGBTQ willing to support Trump in 2016.

"Hey Caitlyn, you godd*mn hypocrite," Redd began. "You're like, against gay marriage, you voted for Trump, you're like the Auntie Tom of the trans community. I mean, OK, you did open the door for trans people but then you ran in and slammed that sh*t shut behind your flat ass."

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Salman Rushdie’s latest book has a Trump-like character ‘slightly off his head and confused about reality’

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Author Salman Rushdie's new book explores the questioning of reality itself. Though he never mentions President Donald Trump's name, it may as well be a fictional description of struggling America.

"There were no rules anymore. And in the Age-of-Anything-Can-Happen, well, anything could happen. Old friends could become new enemies and traditional enemies could be your new besties or even lovers. It was no longer possible to predict the weather, or the likelihood of war, or the outcomes of elections," Ayman Mohyeldin read from Rushdie's Quichotte.

Rushdie said that the last thing he wanted was to give Trump the satisfaction of having his name immortalized in a book.

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