going to do so why not come and check it out." that's right guys... wayne newton has been friends with seven presidents dating back to president nixon. that time did newton fear for the future of country... but he says today, that's different. newton is a staunch trump supporter... and says our country is dangerouly close to falling off a cliff. sean says: what do you make of the political climate we're in right now? wayne says: it may be in my life the most frightening climate that we've ever been in. i keep hoping someone will pull the chain of reality and remind everybody that we are a country of immigrants yes... but we are a country of americans. and whomever becomes president of this country is president for all of us. wayne says: theres a cliff on the other side and we may never ever recover from it. so we have to let those things... those salacious things on both sides... go until another time and place. sean says: las vegas obviously will be getting a lot of publicity for the debate. what does that mean for las vegas and the future of las vegas? wayne says: i think withou
), ted danson, steve aoki... and of course no stranger to the city-- wayne newton. celebrity endorsements have been around for decades... historians traced it back to 1920 when movie stars like lillian russell endorsed president warren harding. and just like the american people-- celebrities are divided on the issues-- and how clinton really kept talking about how it was affecting the american people where donald trump felt it was more of an attack on his ego and how he had to clean that up i think donald handles himself in a very civil way that i hadben't seen in the past at time and obviousl;y i think he won buit i was looking for a homerun and i didn't see it. and for the celebrities who weren't at the thomas & mack last night for the debate... many were weighing in on twitter. some serious like actress debra messing, saying: " i am so relieved it's all over.no more debates.no more threats of theatrics.they were clear- we now know who each is. now we the people vote" ... while others weren't, like comedian dane cook, saying: "did hillary just graduate from le cordon bleu?
-oh), ted danson, steve aoki... and of course mr las vegas himself, wayne newton. and just like the american people-- celebrities are divided on the issues-- and how the candidates address them. clinton really kept talking about how it was affecting the american people where donald trump felt it was more of an attack on his ego and how he had to clean that up i think donald handles himself in a very civil way that i hadben't seen in the past at time and obviousl;y i think he won buit i was looking for a homerun and i didn't see it. endorsements back to 1920 with warren harding's presidency... but it became popular in the 90's with mtv's "rock the vote" campaign to get young people to vote. i bet some of those celebrities can at least commiserate with trump on old complaints clinton brought up last night.. clinton says: "there when he didn't get an emmy for his tv program three years in a row, and he started tweeting that the emmy's were rigged against him. trump says: "should have gotten it." clinton says: "this is a mindset. this is how donald thinks, and it's funny, but it's also
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