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John Legend hilariously dunks on Nikki Haley’s claim that impeachment is like an execution

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Musician and criminal justice reform activist John Legend hilariously dunked on Ambassador Nikki Haley on Friday.

Haley argued that impeachment is “like the death penalty for a public official” despite the fact that the penalty is only the loss of a government job.

Legend corrected Trump’s former UN ambassador.

“It’s not the death penalty. It’s firing him from the most important job in the country because he can’t be trusted with it. Real people are actually sentenced to death. This is not that,” Legend noted.

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Legend, who is one of 15 people to reach EGOT status by winning Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony awards, is married to best-selling author Chrissy Teigen.

“You seem like a very bright person,” Legend added. “You obviously know he’s not morally or intellectually fit for office. I wish you would admit it for the sake of the nation and your own credibility.”

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Trump goes on a gross trolling spree with 100,000 dead and 39 million out of work — and his fanboys love it

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Memorial Day weekend will likely be remembered by history as one marked by unimaginable tragedy. The official count of people dead from COVID-19 approached 100,000 — a milestone that will surely be passed on Tuesday or Wednesday — and the actual death toll is likely much higher. The weekend kicked off with new reports of soaring unemployment, putting the number of Americans who have filed benefit claims at 38.6 million, nearly one of every four workers in the United States.

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Paul Krugman: Trump’s bungled coronavirus response shows how ‘much damage a leader with an infallibility complex can inflict’

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Former Vice President Joe Biden showed his willingness to handle some tough questions from the left when he recently appeared on rapper Charlamagne tha God’s radio show. The most controversial part of the interview came when Biden jokingly told Charlamagne, “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black” — a comment Biden has since apologized for. And that apology, according to liberal economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, makes a “powerful case” for choosing Biden over President Donald Trump in 2020’s presidential election.

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Kayleigh McEnany says it’s ‘peculiar’ Biden is following proper CDC mask guidelines

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At Tuesday's White House coronavirus briefing, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany criticized former Vice President Joe Biden for wearing a mask during his outdoor event observing Memorial Day.

McEnany says “it’s a bit peculiar” that Biden doesn’t wear a mask when in the basement by his wife but “he’s wearing one outdoors when he’s socially distant.”

— Manu Raju (@mkraju) May 26, 2020

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