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Joe Biden Achieves New Levels of Out of Touch With "You Ain't Black" Comment

With the hashtag #YouAintBlack trending on Twitter, he has already backpedaled, but that's not enough


In an interview with Charlamagne tha God for Power 105.1's Breakfast Club, presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden appointed himself the arbiter of blackness.

When a prior obligation forced Biden to end the conversation early, Charlamagne pushed for Biden to come back, saying, "It's a long way until November, we got more questions," at which point Biden jumped in with, "You've got more questions? Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black."

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Blanche Premieres Magnetic “Empire” LP

A dazzling voice with magnetic appeal.

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Alt-pop singer-songwriter Blanche unveils her debut LP, Empire, a delicious fusion of electronica, indie, and pop via PIAS Recordings.

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Matt Lauer vs. Ronan Farrow, and the Pushback Against the MeToo Movement

The former "Today Show" host seems to think nitpicking Ronan Farrow's book will relaunch his career

In a new opinion piece published in Mediaite, former Today Show host and alleged rapist Matt Lauer claims that Ronan Farrow abandoned journalistic integrity in pursuit of book sales.

Farrow's book Catch and Kill, which came out last October, details allegations of sexual misconduct against Matt Lauer in two of its nearly sixty chapters—the rest being devoted to Harvey Weinstein and other prominent sexual predators—and the particular challenges involved in reporting on these crimes.

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