Trevor Noah: Sean Hannity Isn’t Mad Covering FBI Raid On Michael Cohen’s Office, He’s Scared

Trevor Noah joined the pile-on of late-night hosts having fun with today’s revelation Sean Hannity is the “mystery” third client of Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen.

Cohen, who now finds himself in “deep federal investigation shit” after an FBI raid on his office, home, and hotel room, only had had three clients in the past year, The Daily Show host explained.

First is President Trump, who Cohen helped to pay off a porn star with whom Trump allegedly had an affair.  Second is Elliott Broidy, a major GOP fundraiser who Cohen helped to pay off a Playboy playmate with whom he allegedly had an affair.

Then, Cohen had one more client.  Out of seven billion people in the world, “who could have wanted to join this club and use Michael Cohen as a lawyer this year?” Noah faux wondered.

A federal judge earlier in the day had ordered Cohen’s attorney to identify that third client. Hannity had wanted to remain anonymous.

“Think about how unethical this is,” Noah said of Hannity having reported on Trump and Cohen from the beginning of their problems,  “but never mentioned Cohen is his guy.”

Once you know Hannity has personal skin in the game with Cohen, “it’s fun to go back and look at everything he said about the FBI raid. Because now we can see Hannity wasn’t just mad – he was scared,” Noah presumed.

The FBI last week conducted a no-knock raid on Cohen’s office, apartment and hotel room, seizing documents, emails and more, including records of payment to porn star Stormy Daniels shortly before the 2016 presidential election. Cohen is being investigated for possible bank fraud and campaign finance violations.

Cohen’s legal team has been trying to seal evidence taken in the raids. At today’s hearing on that matter, Judge Kimba Wood challenged Cohen and team to cite the legal reasons for refusing to name Cohen’s third client. The judge was not impressed with the response, leading to Cohen’s attorney throwing Hannity under the bus.


Jimmy Kimmel Mocks Sean Hannity After He Is Revealed As Michael Cohen’s Mystery Client

Jimmy Kimmel seemed to enjoy talking about Sean Hannity again.

He began his show telling viewers that Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen was in court today, desperately trying to keep his client list quiet. Cohen has three known clients. One of them is Donald Trump, for whom he paid off Stormy Daniels. Client No. 2 is Elliott Broidy, former deputy finance chair for the RNC, for whom Michael negotiated a 1.6 million dollar payment to a Playboy model Broidy had an affair with and impregnated by the way.

“So he’s a good dude,” Kimmel joked.

Hours before Kimmel’s monologue, Cohen was forced by a judge to reveal the name of a mystery third client. Shockingly, Client No. 3 “turned out to be none other than my old Sean Hannity,” Kimmel beamed.

“Isn’t that interesting? That he would need advice from Michael Cohen?”

Hannity released a statement today, seeking to clarify his arrangement with Cohen:

Michael Cohen has never represented me in any matter. I never retained him, received an invoice, or paid legal fees. I have occasionally had brief discussions with him about legal questions about which I wanted his input and perspective.

“That sounds normal. He has a lawyer – he doesn’t pay. By the way, I’m thinking of hiring Michael Cohen as my lawyer,” Kimmel snarked. “He only has three clients and apparently, he works for free. He doesn’t take money from anyone.”

Kimmel noted Hannity tweeted furiously in the afternoon, insisting he assumed his conversations with Cohen were  confidential, but that they “never involved any matter between me and a third-party.”

“What kind of legal advice doesn’t involve a third party?” Kimmel joked. “Unless Hannity is thinking of suing himself?”

The late-night host described Hannity as “chief propaganda guy for Trump’s legal team – but he never disclosed that he is also represented by a member of that legal team.”

“This is the biggest witch hunt in history – and we are running out of spots on the broomstick. It’s getting very full.”

Kimmel and Hannity go way back – having spent a couple days last week hurling insults at each other. It started when Hannity called Kimmel an “ass clown” over a Kimmel  monologue joke mocking First Lady Melania Trump’s accent as she read a children’s book at the White House Easter Egg Roll.

Kimmel called Hannity an “ass clown circus.” Hannity called Kimmel a “pig, pervert and racist”; Kimmel responded, “I’m starting to think SOMEONE has a crush on me.” Hannity called Kimmel “a poor man’s Colbert.” Kimmel called Hannity “a poor woman’s Rachel Maddow.” Hannity promised to disembowel Kimmel on his show, for his Melania jokes. Kimmel decided it had gone too far and extended an olive branch to the First Lady. Hannity said the apology seemed orchestrated by ABC parent Disney, but invited Kimmel on his show, because ratings are a terrible thing to throw away.


Sean Hannity Blasts Media After Attorney Names Him Michael Cohen’s Mystery Client In Court

Sean Hannity wound up his Fox News Channel program tonight by continuing to insist that Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen is not his attorney too — contrary to what Michael Cohen’s attorney said in court earlier in the day.

“The moment you’ve been waiting for: When we come back, my reaction to all the Michael Cohen ‘hysteria’ in court today, as it relates to me,” the Hannity host crowed before his primetime program’s final ad break.

When he returned, he started right in: “All right, there’s been all kinds of wild speculation from mainstream media about me and President Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen, after my name was mentioned in court proceedings today.

By “mentioned in court proceedings,” Hannity meant that a federal judge today ordered Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen to identify his third client — alongside the president and former RNC Deputy Finance Chair Elliott Broidy — and the name was one familiar to cable news watchers: Hannity. The Fox News Channel host had wanted to remain anonymous.

RelatedStephen Colbert Obtains Sneak Peek Of Tonight’s ‘Hannity’

“Now, predictably, without knowing all — or any — of the facts, the media went absolutely insane,” Hannity said on his program. “Wall-to-wall, hour-to-hour coverage of yours truly,” he beamed, queuing up migraine-triggering clips of CNN and MSNBC talking heads saying “Sean Hannity.”

“Let me set record straight: Michael Cohen never represented me in any legal matter. I never retained his services. I never received an invoice,” Hannity insisted. “I never paid Michael Cohen for legal fees. I did have occasional brief conversations with Michael Cohen – he’s a great attorney – about legal questions I had or I was looking for input and perspective.”

Hannity insisted his discussions with Cohen never rose to any level that necessitated him telling anyone about the relationship. His viewers, for instance.

“To be absolutely clear: They never involved any matter – any matter! — between me, a third party, a third group. At all,” Hannity continued.

RelatedStephen Colbert Giddy With News Sean Hannity Is Donald Trump Lawyer’s Mystery Client

As he had maintained earlier in the day, Hannity said his questions to Cohen focused almost exclusively on real estate. “I said many times on my radio show, ‘I hate the stock market, I prefer real estate.’ Michael knows real estate,” Hannity explained.

“So in response to all the wild speculation, I want to set the record straight here tonight: I never asked Michael Cohen to bring this proceeding on my behalf. I have no personal interest in this legal matter. That’s all there is. Nothing more.”

When the news broke, Hannity tweeted that Cohen “has never represented me in any matter. I never retained him, received an invoice, or paid legal fees. I have occasionally had brief discussions with him about legal questions about which I wanted his input and perspective.”

Also when the news broke, FNC news anchor Shepard Smith said on his show: “For us, the elephant in the room is that Sean Hannity is said to have been a third client of Michael Cohen. Hannity’s producers are working to contact him.” He added, “We’ll report on it when we know the rest of it.”

The FBI last week conducted a no-knock raid on Cohen’s office, apartment and hotel room, seizing documents, emails and more, including records of payment to porn star Stormy Daniels shortly before the 2016 presidential election. Daniels claims she had an affair with Trump more than a decade ago. Cohen is being investigated for possible bank fraud and campaign finance violations, The Washington Post reported, citing an unnamed source.

Cohen’s legal team has been trying to seal evidence taken in the raids. At today’s hearing, Judge Kimba Wood challenged them to cite the legal reasons for refusing to name Cohen’s third client. Former Republican National Committee deputy finance chairman Broidy’s name surfaced earlier in the hearing as a second client of Cohen, Trump’s longtime personal attorney who also is embroiled in the Stormy Daniels payoff scandal.


Stephen Colbert Obtains Sneak Peek Of Tonight’s ‘Hannity’

Stephen Colbert is over the moon today about the revelation that Fox News primetime star Sean Hannity is Michael Cohen’s mystery third client.

A federal judge today ordered Cohen, who is Donald Trump’s personal attorney, to identify his third client — alongside the president and former RNC deputy finance chairman Elliott Broidy. Hannity had wanted to remain anonymous. He’s has been an unabashed supporter of Trump and Cohen on Fox News, without revealing his close ties to the latter.

The FBI last week conducted a no-knock raid on Cohen’s office, apartment and hotel room, seizing documents, emails and more. Cohen is being investigated for possible bank fraud and campaign finance violations. Cohen’s legal team has been trying to seal evidence taken in the raids. At today’s hearing, Judge Kimba Wood challenged them to cite the legal reasons for refusing to name Cohen’s third client.

After word of Hannity’s involvement broke, FNC’s Shepard Smith said on his Fox News show: “For us, the elephant in the room is that Sean Hannity is said to have been a third client of Michael Cohen. Hannity’s producers are working to contact him.” He added, “We’ll report on it when we know the rest of it.”

Meanwhile, Hannity said he would address the “Cohen ordeal” at the end of his program. Colbert obtained a “sneak peek”:


Hollywood’s Guilds Move To Protect Members Residuals And Benefits In TWC Bankruptcy

Hollywood’s unions and their pension and health plans have filed court papers to protect their members’ residuals and benefits in the Weinstein Company’s ongoing bankruptcy proceedings. It’s a common move when companies declare bankruptcy so that current and future obligations to the union’s members will be paid.

SAG-AFTRA, the DGA and the WGA East and West – and their respective pension and health plans – filed a joint motion to preserve the money owed to their members and to authorize the continued use of existing cash management systems and bank accounts to pay their members what they’re owed now and will be owed in the future. They were joined by IATSE’s benefit plan, the Motion Picture Industry Pension and Health Plans.

In their filing with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware, the guild’s noted that “a substantial portion of the compensation payable to guild-represented employees comes in the form of residuals,” and that their P&H Plans are supported by contributions based on initial compensation and fringe payments calculated in the same fashion as residuals.

“Despite disputes concerning proper and timely residuals payments,” they said in their filing, “the debtors nevertheless have annually paid several million dollars in residuals to guild-represented employees and to the pension and health plans.”

The Weinstein Company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on March 19, and the next day, the court entered an interim order on the cash management of its assets. A hearing on the final order of its cash management will be heard on April 19.

The unions said that the retention of the interim order “is sensible,” but noted that the “retention cannot be construed as a waiver by the union entities with respect to any rights, interests or remedies, all of which are expressly reserved, in connection with any and all funds that should have been paid or should be payable to union entities, toward satisfaction of any and all obligations under union entity collective bargaining agreements.”

In other words, the unions want to make sure that the court protects the money the Weinstein Company owes their members now and in the future. The company’s bankruptcy is the result of the still-evolving sex scandal that destroyed its co-founder, Harvey Weinstein.


Mystery Deadpool 2 Character Is an Old School X-Men Mutant?

Deadpool 2 pre-sale tickets go on sale this week and to make the announcement, a new teaser was released that was mostly put together will older footage, but it did have some new stuff crammed into it. One of the biggest takeaways is that Julian Dennison’s character is given a name, which has led many fans to speculate that he’s a classic Mutant character. Plus, from the recent footage, it looks like “the Kid” will have a larger part in Deadpool 2 than previously thought.

In the new teaser for Deadpool 2, Wade Wilson call Julian Dennison’s character Russell. No other information is provided in the new footage, but it sent some fans on a detective mission to figure out who he is. If the sequel continues to pull its characters from the comics, it looks like Dennison is Russell Collins, aka Firefist, who is a mutant who can generate fire. The character is from the late 80s and early 90s of the Marvel comics and seems to fit into the timeline from where the rest of the characters have been taken from.

Created by Bob Layton and Jackson Guice, Russell “Rusty” Collins first appeared in X-Factor number 1 in February of 1986. The character was raised by his uncle and joined the United States Navy at the young age of 16 and soon learned of his mutant abilities when he burned a woman to death and later the cops who arrest him. Collins bounced around from team to team, including the New Mutants, Acolytes, and the Mutant Liberation Front. From the footage shown off in the trailers and TV spots, it certainly looks like Julian Dennison is playing Firefist.

Other than his abilities and name, Russell Collins doesn’t seem to have much in common with his comic book counterpart. However, the changes aren’t something that Deadpool 2 seems to be concerned with. While not much else is clear about the character, the bigger mystery is why Josh Brolin’s Cable wants him dead and why the Merc with a Mouth is out to protect him. The good news is that the wait is almost over since the movie comes out soon.

Deadpool 2 hits theaters on May 18th and pre-sale tickets go on sale this Thursday. While it isn’t officially confirmed that Julian Dennison is playing Firefist, it certainly appears to be the case. There’s still a lot about the sequel that isn’t clear at this time. The new teaser apparently shows our first look at Jack Kesy’s villainous Juggernaut as well, but it’s the same with Dennison’s character, nothing has been confirmed yet. But, putting all of the clues together, it certainly looks like Dennison is Firefist and Kesy is Juggernaut in Deadpool 2. You can check out the brand-new footage below, provided by the Deadpool Movie Twitter account.

#WalkingDeadpool may be done, but you and me… We’re just getting started. Tickets for #Deadpool2 are on sale Thursday.

— Deadpool Movie (@deadpoolmovie) April 16, 2018


Amy Schumer to Star as Boxer Christy Martin in New Biopic

Amy Schumer, best known for her stand up comedy routines and her comedic films, is taking a dramatic turn, coming aboard a new biopic based on the life of female boxing champion Christy Martin. Schumer will star as Martin, who helped legitimize the sport of female boxing in the 1990s, even appearing on the cover of Sports Illustrated at one time. This biopic is described as a gritty drama, which will be quite a different turn for Schumer, that will showcase Martin’s triumphs in the ring, and her troubles outside the ring that nearly left her dead.

Christy Martin was born Christy Salters in Mullins, West Virginia, and she attended Concord College in Athens, West Virginia on a basketball scholarship, where she earned a degree in education. She first started fighting in “Toughwoman” competitions where she won three titles, before transitioning to boxing in 1989, at the age of 21. After starting her boxing career with two wins, a loss and a draw, she won a whopping 19 straight fights, including her first title fight in 1993, where she defeated Beverly Szymansky for the WBC women’s Jr. Welterweight world championship. After a draw to Laura Serrano in 1994, she won another 15 fights in a row, including a 1996 fight with Deirdre Gogarty where she was recognized as the WBC’s first women’s lightweight champion of the world.

The Gogarty fight increased her profile and helped turn her into a celebrity, leading to the Sports Illustrated cover, and she also became the first ever female boxer to sign with notorious boxing promoter Don King. Martin lost her title in a 10-round decision to Sumya Anani in 1998. While she would ultimately win her next nine fights in a row, she lost to IBA Super Middleweight champion Laila Ali in 2003, which would ultimately signal the beginning of the end of her career. Her last nine fights, from 2005 to 2012, resulted in four wins, four losses and one draw, including a loss to up and coming boxer Holly Holm in 2005, who would go on to shock the world 10 years later by defeating Ronda Rousey for the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship in 2015. Her toughest fight would be outside the ring, though, with her husband that left her for dead.

Martin had married her trainer James Martin in 1991, but in 2010, Martin informed him that she was leaving him for a woman, her lover and business manager Sherry Lusk. A week later, on November 23, 2010, James stabbed Christy Martin several times and shot her at least once, leaving her for dead in the home they shared in Apopka, Florida. Martin managed to survive the attack, leaving her home and flagging down a car to take her to the hospital. James Martin was found guilty of second-degree attempted murder in 2012, and sentenced to 25 years in prison. Martin retired with a professional boxing record of 49 wins, seven losses and three draws and in 2016, she became the first female to ever be inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame.

Katherine Fugate (Army Wives, Valentine’s Day) is directing from a script she’s writing, with Voltage Pictures setting up the project. Alix Madigan, Nicolas Chartier and Alissa Phillips will produce, with Jonathan Decker serving as an executive producer. Amy Schumer will next be seen in STX Entertainment’s I Feel Pretty, which Voltage Pictures is also producing. She is also attached to writer-director Rebecca Miller’s She Came To Me, alongside Steve Carell and Nicole Kidman. Deadline broke the news on this Christy Martin biopic earlier today.


The American Way Will Be Blumhouse’s First Superhero Movie

Director John Ridley is teaming up with producer Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions company for an adaptation of Ridley’s superhero comic book The American Way. Ridley, who won an Oscar for writing 12 Years a Slave and created ABC’s American Crime, is currently working on the screenplay adaptation, which will use superheroes to explore timely issues like race and integration. It’s possible that this project could be released by Universal, since the studio is in its fourth year of an unprecedented 10-year first look deal with Jason Blum and Blumhouse Productions, although a studio home has not yet been confirmed.

The movie will be based on the 2007 limited comic book series The American Way: Those Above and Those Below, which was published as a six-issue monthly mini-series last year by DC Entertainment’s Vertigo label. That series was written by Ridley and illustrated by George Jeanty, and was a follow-up to Ridley and Jeanty’s 2007 graphic novel The American Way, which was set in the 1960s. The graphic novel followed the creation of a new superhero team in the 1960s called The Civil Defense Corps. While each member of the team has a specific super power, each member of the team is also from a different race, so each race/ethnicity in society can be represented.

The American Way: Those Above and Those Below comic is set 10 years later, with the movie set in the year 1972. Ridley has said in the past that the inspiration for this comic came from President Lyndon B. Johnson, who reportedly wanted to add a black astronaut to the NASA space program. The story follows a black man named Jason Fisher who is added to the superhero roster as a hero known as The New American who gained super powers of extreme strength and a limited pain threshold, due to genetic mutation. His presence creates tension and strife for this superhero team, with the government creating a new hero called Hellbent to mask this tension.

The team also includes Missy Devereaux, a.k.a. Ole Miss, the First Lady of Mississippi who is now running for governor, while Amber Eaton, a.k.a. Missy Waves, is now a domestic terrorist trying to destroy the country’s centers of power. As for Fisher, he tries to become the champion for the impoverished and disenfranchised citizens of an inner city Baltimore neighborhood, although its citizens know he’s part of this government team, and therefore a part of the “system” the community is railing against. This project will mark the first superhero adaptation for Blumhouse, and could ultimately become the first superhero franchise for Universal, one of the few studios who don’t have a tentpole superhero franchise.

John Ridley started his career as an author and a playwright, with his first novel Stray Dogs turned into the 1997 movie U-Turn. He got his start in TV by writing for Martin, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, The John Laroquette Show and Third Watch before creating shows like Platinum, Barbershop and the web series Undercover Brother, which was adapted into the movie of the same name. Ridley has also written features such as Three Kings, Red Tails, 12 Years a Slave, Jimi: All Is By My Side, which he also directed, and Ben-Hur. Deadline broke the news on The American Way earlier today.


Marvel Phase 4 Will Be Massively Different from Rest of the MCU

The Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it is going to end following Avengers 4 next year and, as of right now, not a whole lot has been revealed about Marvel Studios’ plans for the future. We know for sure that Marvel will continue making movies that exist within the same universe, but what’s that going to look like in a post-Infinity War world? According to director Joe Russo, it’s going to look “massively different.”

Joe Russo, who co-directs Avengers: Infinity War with his brother Anthony Russo, has been making the press rounds for the highly-anticipated movie. During a recent interview the directors were asked about the MCU moving forward. Specifically, how different Marvel Phase 4 will be once Avengers 4 concludes Phase 3 next year. Here’s what Joe Russo had to say about it.

“I think massively different. I think that this is if Marvel has been writing a book for ten years, it’s the end of the book and someone is going to write a new book. Who knows what that new book will be but this is an ending and that’ll be a new beginning.”

We know that Infinity War is going to rock the MCU to its core and that will lead us to Avengers 4, which will surely help shape the future. Major characters we’ve come to know and love are going to die and, from what we’ve been hearing, these deaths will be permanent. But it sounds like Phase 4 is going to be more than just a universe without some major characters. It’s going to be something we may not even be able to fathom right now. Infinity War screenwriter Stephen McFeely has promised that this is the “culmination” of the MCU, with Thanos finally coming properly into the fold and, via the Infinity Gauntlet, could help reshape this universe.

“This is about the culmination of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is about everyone getting together, or trying their hardest to get together, to fight a guy named Thanos. We’ve been teasing Thanos for many movies in 30-second clips, so hopefully all the lead up will allow us to really go to town with him and make him a villain that requires this epic level of storytelling That is the word I would use most often. It’s ridiculously big.”

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has previously said that Phase 3 will end the MCU as we know it. As far as Phase 4 goes, Marvel hasn’t revealed much in the way of specific movies coming our way. The Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 are the only two confirmed movies coming our way after Avengers 4. Beyond that, there are movies like Black Panther 2 and Doctor Strange 2 that seem like relatively sure bets, but it’s tough to be certain of anything really at this point. Whatever the case may be, just expect things to be radically different than what we know now. This news comes to us courtesy of Yahoo Movies.


Thanos’ Origin Story Will Be Revealed in First Official MCU Novel

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding into books with the release of Thanos: Titan Consumed. The book is the first of its kind for the MCU and will be an official tie-in canon story to compliment the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War and flesh out the villain before the release of Avengers 4. The Russo Brothers recently revealed that they had cut out Thanos’ origin story from Infinity War due to pacing issues, so fans who were disappointed in that news can rest easy knowing that an official book with tell the story.

Thanos: Titan Consumed, by Barry Lyga, is set well before the events of Infinity War and will tell the backstory of the super villain. The story will take place before Thanos became all-powerful, when the Mad Titan was born on a “doomed world” and cast aside by its inhabitants. The story will go into details about the motivations behind Thanos’ actions in Infinity War. The official synopsis for Thanos: Titan Consumed reads as follows.

“Space. Reality. Mind. Power. Time. Soul. Before creation itself, there were six singularities. Then the universe exploded into existence, and the remnants of these systems were forged into concentrated ingots… Infinity Stones. Only beings of immense power can hope to wield these stones, but for those who are worthy, the powers of a god await. Thanos is one such being. But he wasn’t always. Born on a doomed world and cast out by his people for his genius, physical deviancy, and pragmatic but monstrous ideas, Thanos is determined to save the galaxy from the same fate as his homeworld… no matter how many billions have to die. Learn the origins of the most formidable foe the Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange, and Black Panther have ever faced-a foe whom even a group of remarkable people, pulled together to fight the battles nobody else could, will fail to stop…. Dread it. Run from it. Destiny still arrives. Thanos is here.”

Thanos: Titan Consumed author Barry Lyga recently spoke about the book and how he had to “reverse engineer” what we know about Thanos from the MCU in order to write the book. The author admits that he wanted to make the book a true companion to what Marvel fans have seen on the big screen. Overall, Lyga is really excited about the book and proud of what he’s been able to achieve. When asked about the book fitting in with Infinity War, he had this to say.

“That was one of my main goals in the novel and, in fact, was the main reason I agreed to write it! I really hope that certain bits in the book will make people go, Oh, so now that cool scene from that one movie is even cooler! I really wanted to reverse-engineer those moments we’ve all seen already-in Guardians, in Avengers-and show how we got to them.”

As for a part in the synopsis, it seems that there might be a spoiler for Infinity War at the very end where it mentions that “a foe whom even a group of remarkable people, pulled together to fight the battles nobody else could, will fail to stop…” We’ve already been teased about the dark tone of the movie, but that sound downright bleak. Now we’ll finally be able to learn the official backstory for Thanos, which will more than likely talk about the gathering of the Black Order as well.

Marvel fans looking forward to reading Thanos: Titan Consumed will have to wait until November 20th to read the Mad Titan’s origin story, which is pretty far away. However, one of the functions of the book is to bridge the gap between Infinity War and the still untitled Avengers 4, which comes out in May of next year. The book will be available in hardcover, digital formats, and audio book as well. For now, you can check out the rest of the original report about Thanos: Titan Consumed at io9.

The first official MCU novel, “Thanos – Titan Consumed,” which will tell the origin story of Thanos, has just been announced and will release in November!

— MCU News & Tweets (@MCU_Tweets) April 16, 2018

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