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The defending champion Toronto Raptors may have lost Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard in free agency to the Clippers, but they are still a top team in this league. The Raptors are currently sporting a 16-8 record, which is good for fifth in the surprisingly deep Eastern Conference. The Raptors can upset any team on a given night, which makes this team a lot of fun to watch. These are the top three reasons to watch the Toronto Raptors this year.
The actor Vince Vaughn shook Donald Trump ’s hand in a private box at a football game on Monday night, a gesture which took seconds. But it caused uproar on social media, leading to condemnation of Vaughn from the left – and plaudits from the right. Sporting events have become the latest venue to
Vince Vaughn Gets ‘Canceled’ By Fans After Shaking Hands With Donald Trump At Championship Game . Shutterstock. Rather, fans were disappointed to see the ‘Wedding Crashers’ star having a friendly conversation with Donald Trump and Melania at the College Football Playoff Championship!
Last night, a Louisiana university football team pulled off an incredible win over its competitor to snatch a college championship, but most people — most non-sports people — only care about Vince Vaughn and U.S. President Donald Trump.
Journalist Timothy Burke caught the two chumming it up in a 30-second video that’s been viewed more than 3.7 million times on Twitter.
The Wedding Crashers actor and the president are seen engrossed in conversation, nodding and laughing while First Lady Melania Trump sits wedged between them in a skybox. Halfway into the video, Trump reaches out and shakes Vaughn’s hand, the actor gets up and waves goodbye to the couple, and departs.
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Donald Trump and Melania Trump were spotted chatting with actor Vince Vaughn during Monday night’s college football national championship game as the Senate prepares for The Breakup star, 49, was seen smiling as Trump , 73, happily shook his hand following their catch-up session, which
Vaughn then shakes the president's hand before standing up and waving as he walks away. Scroll down for video. A video of Vince Vaughn chatting with Donald and Melania Trump at the NCAA College Football Championship game in New Orleans sent social media into a frenzy on Monday night.
Burke captioned the video, “I’m very sorry to have to share this video with you. All of it, every part of it.”
I'm very sorry to have to share this video with you. All of it, every part of it.— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog)
Reaction online was swift, with, a term meaning to boycott a person if they’ve done something outrageously disagreeable. However, it’s been smaller left-wing accounts that seemed to take issue with the handshake.
There has been no widespread call to boycott the actor’s movies, with some pointing out that he’s been a known Republican, supporting the conservative candidates in the last three elections, and even calls
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Just ask the actor Vince Vaughn , who was once again the object of public scorn after a viral video on Twitter showed him acting all chummy with Donald Trump at an American football game in Shaking Donald Trump ’s hand is a pretty modest entry on his list of most liberally objectionable acts.
Vince Vaughn was seen greeting President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump while attending a College Football Playoff Game on Monday night Before he got up to leave, Vince shook both Donald and Melania ‘s hands and then said his goodbyes. You can watch the video HERE .
This is not the first time a Hollywood celebrity has faced backlash for cozying up with a Republican president. Daytime talk show host Ellen Degeneres was spotted sitting beside former president George W. Bush at an NFL game in early October last year.
She faced criticism online for seemingly joking and getting along with Bush, who started the Iraq war and endorsed an amendment to the constitution that was against same-sex marriage.
She addressed the issue on her show the following Monday. “Just because I don’t agree with someone on everything doesn’t mean that I’m not going to be friends with them,” she. “When I say, ‘Be kind to one another,’ I don’t mean only the people that think the same way that you do. I mean be kind to everyone. Doesn’t matter.”
However, people still criticized her afterwards, saying she’s able to benefit from her class and stature.
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TORONTO — Utilityman Brandon Drury and the Toronto Blue Jays agreed to a $2.05 million, one-year contract on Thursday, a raise of $850,000. The 27-year-old hit .218 with 15 homers and 41 RBIs over 447 plate appearances in his first full season with the Blue Jays, who acquired him from the New York Yankees in July 2018. He played 65 games at third base, 16 at second, 12 at first, five at shortstop, 18 in right and 12 in left. Blue Jays pitchersThe 27-year-old hit .218 with 15 homers and 41 RBIs over 447 plate appearances in his first full season with the Blue Jays, who acquired him from the New York Yankees in July 2018. He played 65 games at third base, 16 at second, 12 at first, five at shortstop, 18 in right and 12 in left.