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Megyn Kelly Will Interview Donald Trump for Special on Fox

It was just announced that Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly will be interviewing presidential candidate Donald Trump in a primetime special to air on Fox on May 17.

Extended portions of the interview will air on The Kelly File on Fox News the next night.

Megyn famously sparred with Donald while moderating the Republican Party presidential debate in August 2015 and he later refused to participate in a debate she moderated in January.

Donald had a meeting with Megyn on April 13 to discuss an interview.

Megyn said the meeting was at her request. “Mr. Trump was gracious enough to agree to it,” she said (via Page Six). “We met for about an hour, just the two of us, and I had a chance to clear the air. In case you were wondering, yes, the doormen appeared a bit stunned when I walked in. And they, too, were incredibly gracious.”

Anderson Cooper Doesn't Think Reporters Should Vote

Anderson Cooper says he does not plan on voting in the upcoming presidential election and doesn’t think other reporters should either.

“I don’t think reporters should vote,” the 48-year-old CNN anchor said on The Howard Stern Show. “A lot of reporters don’t vote. It’s a thing.”

“I’ve had the debate. There have been years where I have voted because sometimes I thought maybe I should. I’ve gone back and forth on it,” Anderson continued. “I don’t want to be influenced one way or the other. My role is to ask questions.”

“I honestly can’t remember,” Anderson said about his last time voting. “I don’t like feeling that I’ve taken a stand. I think [voting] is something [reporters] actively need to fight against and push against. It’s not my role.”

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Eric & Ivanka Trump Forgot to Register to Vote in GOP Primary

Donald Trump will be getting two less votes than he planned on in the New York GOP Primary next week as his kids Eric and Ivanka forgot to register.

“They were unaware of the rules and they didn’t register in time,” the presidential candidate said in a Fox and Friends interview. “So Eric and Ivanka, I guess, won’t be voting.”

“They feel very, very guilty. They feel very guilty,” Trump added. “But it’s fine. I understand that.”

In order to vote in the primary, people must be registered to the party, but Eric, 32, and Ivanka, 34, are not enrolled in a party.

Anderson Cooper Tells Donald Trump He's Using the 'Argument of a Five-Year-Old' (Video)

Anderson Cooper shut down Donald Trump while discussing the unflattering photo he retweeted of his opponent Ted Cruz‘s wife.

“I thought it was a nice picture of Heidi,” the Republican presidential candidate said during the CNN Town Hall on Tuesday night (March 29) in Milwaukee, Wis.

“Come on, you’re running for president of the United States,” Anderson replied.

“Look, I didn’t start it,” Trump said, to which Anderson responded, “Sir, with all due respect, that’s the argument of a five-year-old.”

“It is not!” Donald replied. Anderson continued, “The argument of a five-year-old is, ‘He started it’!”

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Celebs React to Hillary Clinton's Statement on Reagan & AIDS

Hillary Clinton has apologized after praising the late Ronald and Nancy Reagan for being early AIDS advocates when in reality, they were silent about the cause.

The presidential candidate spoke to MSNBC at Nancy‘s funeral on Friday (March 11) in Simi Valley, Calif.

“It may be hard for your viewers to remember how difficult it was for people to talk about HIV/AIDS back in the 1980′s and because of both President and Mrs Reagan—in particular Mrs Reagan—we started a national conversation, when before nobody would talk about it, nobody wanted to do anything about it,” Hillary said on camera. “And, you know, that too is something that I really appreciate was her very effective but low-key advocacy, but it penetrated the public conscience, and people began to say ‘hey we have to do something about this too.’”

After Hillary‘s inaccuracies were pointed out, she issued an apology statement.

“While the Reagans were strong advocates for stem cell research and finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, I misspoke about their record on HIV and AIDS. For that, I am sorry,” she said.

Celebrities and other people on Twitter are speaking out about the situation. Read the tweets inside.

Click inside to see what celebs and others are saying about Hillary Clinton… More Here! »

Celebs React to Bernie Sanders' Surprise Win in Michigan

Bernie Sanders pulled off a major upset in the Michigan primaries on Tuesday (March 8) and lots of celebs are reacting to the win.

The Democratic presidential hopeful won the primary by a 50-48 margin after Hillary Clinton was expected to win the state. She was leading by a wide margin in the days leading up to today’s vote.

“I just want to thank the people of Michigan who repudiated the polls, who repudiated the pundits,” Sanders said in a news conference. “The people’s revolution, the political revolution we’re talking about is strong in every part of the country.”

Documentary director Michael Moore, who is a Michigan native, was very excited about the win and Oscar-nominated actor Mark Ruffalo also tweeted his praise for Bernie.

Click inside to read more tweets from celebs about Bernie Sanders’ win… More Here! »

Louis C.K. Compares Donald Trump to Hitler in Scathing Email

Louis C.K. has slammed presidential candidate Donald Trump in a new email blast to his fans.

“Please stop it with voting for [Donald] Trump. It was funny for a little while. But the guy is Hitler,” the 48-year-old comedian wrote in the email.

“And by that I mean that we are being Germany in the ’30s. Do you think they saw the s–t coming? Hitler was just some hilarious and refreshing dude with a weird comb over who would say anything at all,” Louis added.

Louis continued by saying that he is not advocating for either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders and that he’d rather a conservative enter the White House to balance out Obama‘s term.

“But it only works if the conservatives put up a good candidate. A good smart conservative to face the liberal candidate so they can have a good argument and the country can decide which way to go this time. Trump is not that. He’s an insane bigot. He is dangerous,” he said. “We shouldn’t have to vote for someone because they’re not a shocking c–t billionaire liar. We should choose based on what direction the country should go.”

WHAT DO YOU THINK about Louis C.K.’s thoughts on Donald Trump?

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