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‘He looks like a florescent green helium balloon’: CNN panel breaks into hysterics at Sean Spicer on #DWTS

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A CNN panel couldn’t stop laughing as Republican Scott Jennings rushed to the side of former press secretary Sean Spicer, who debuted on “Dancing With the Stars” Monday night dressed in a bright-green ruffled shirt and dancing the Salsa.

“No way. What the Hell?” Rye asked the second she saw the video of Spicer.

“So, you’ve seen it,” Lemon asked Jennings. “So, is this the guy you remember?”

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But Rye, blindsided by the chartreuse, cut in.

“He looks like a fluorescent green helium balloon. What is that?” she asked of the outfit.

“I’m just waiting to get a response from Scott. Obviously he doesn’t want to respond,” Lemon said.

“Reclaiming my time,” Rye cracked up.

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“I mean, you know, look, people have to make a living, okay?” Jennings said. “I got to sit here and fight with Angela. Sean’s got to wear a green shirt. Everybody’s got to make a living.”

“Oh, my God, Scott is going to defend that too?” Rye laughed. “He looked like a highlighter. Like what is that?”

You can watch Sean Spicer’s performance here.
Watch the panel crack up below:

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Internet horrified by video showing Trump going on church shooting spree: ‘Disgusting — but not surprising’

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Response to a doctored video showing President Donald Trump going on a murderous shooting spree against his perceived enemies -- that was shown to his fans at a Trump hotel -- was overwhelming greeted on Twitter with horror and disgust late Sunday night.

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Conspiracy theorists, hoaxers and Trump have twisted Facebook, YouTube and the news to toxic levels — and it’s only getting worse

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It may be getting harder and harder to figure out the truth, but at least this much is clear: It’s a good time to be a liar.

We’ve spent three years arguing if fake news swung the 2016 election — debating whether the hordes of Russian bots, hoax Facebook pages and inflammatory, dishonest tweets tipped the democratic balance to elect Donald Trump as president.

Yet in those same years, we’ve learned that the stakes in the fight against truth, in a muddy world of social media platforms, go beyond politics.

In Brazil, public health workers were attacked after far-right activists lied on YouTube that they were spreading the Zika virus. In Myanmar, government soldiers used fake Facebook accounts to drive an ethnic cleansing, full of incendiary claims and false stories about Muslim minorities raping Buddhist women. Gunmen radicalized by false white-supremacist conspiracies on internet forums like 4chan and 8chan shot up a synagogue in California, a Walmart in Texas and mosques in New Zealand.

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The painful truth about Christopher Columbus

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There are many good reasons as to why Columbus Day is such a controversial holiday. Like Andrew Jackson, Christopher Columbus is a historical figure who is celebrated as a mythical hero in the U.S. in spite of his genocidal, racist and pro-slavery legacy. As a result, a movement exists to replace the national holiday known as Columbus Day with Indigenous People’s Day.

Here is the truth about Columbus Day, explained:

1. Christopher Columbus enslaved the Taínos he encountered in the present-day Bahamas.

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