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Doug Jones Defeats Roy Moore in Alabama Senate Race

Doug Jones has defeated Roy Moore in the Alabama special election for a seat on the U.S. Senate.

This election has been national news for weeks as Moore has been accused of sexual misconduct by several women, two who were in there teens at the time including one who was just 14.

President Trump endorsed Moore despite the allegations.

This is the first time in 25 years that a Democrat will be representing Alabama, a historically red state, in the U.S. Senate. It was a tight race all night and Jones is only projected to win the race by one percentage point.

We will keep our readers updated on celebrity reactions to the win.

Danica Roem Elected as First Openly Transgender Legislator in the United States

Danica Roem is making history tonight – she is the first openly transgender person to be elected to the state legislature in the United States.

The Democrat defeated Bob Marshall, who is considered to be one of the most anti-LGBTQ politicians in the country, to become the delegate-elect for Virginia’s 13th House of Delegates district.

Marshall once said that Roem “is a guy who thinks he’s a girl who wears a dress.”

Democrats are also celebrating the elections of Phil Murphy in the New Jersey governor’s race and Ralph Northam in the Virginia governor’s race.

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Celebrities React to Ted Cruz's Explicit Twitter Scandal

Hours ago, it was discovered that Ted Cruz‘s Twitter account had “liked” a tweet containing very explicit material.

So far, there has been no explanation by the conservative junior United States Senator from Texas, who also ran for President of the United States in 2016.

As soon as the “like” was discovered, Twitter users began crafting memes and responses. Celebs including Kathy Griffin, Billy Eichner, Ellen Page, and more took to Twitter to tweet about the incident.

Check out some of the tweets from celebrities below…

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Celebs Slam Donald Trump's Speech at Arizona Rally - Read Tweets!

Celebs are outraged by Donald Trump‘s speech at his “Make America Great Again” rally in Arizona.

The President of the United States held a campaign-style rally in Phoenix on Tuesday (August 22).

Trump defended his response to the violence in Charlottesville and once again slammed the media.

“What happened in Charlottesville strikes at the core of America. And tonight, this entire arena stands united against the thugs who perpetrate hatred and violence,” Trump said. “I strongly condemn neo-Nazis, white Supremacists and the KKK.”

Trump also went through all three of his statements, but he omitted the “both sides” comments when reading the statements to the Arizona crowd.

Read what celebs are saying about the speech below.

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Cynthia Nixon Considering a Run for Governor in New York

Cynthia Nixon is reportedly considering a gubernatorial run in New York state in a hope to unseat the current governor Andrew Cuomo.

Cuomo is a two-term Democrat who is planning to seek out a third-term next year, but Nixon is being urged by liberal groups to run, according to the Wall Street Journal.

“She’s an out-of-the-box candidate with progressive credentials who would excite people,” Alliance for Quality Education director Billy Easton told WSJ.

Cynthia, who is married to wife Christine Marinoni, has been active in the New York City political scene and has used her platform to support LGBTQ rights.

Celebs Praise McCain for 'No' Vote to Defeat Obamacare 'Skinny Repeal'

John McCain was the deciding vote to take down the Republicans’ health care plan in a vote that took place in the middle of the night!

The Arizona senator, who is currently back on the Senate floor despite his battle with brain cancer, voted no on the “skinny repeal” of Obamacare. This made the vote 51-49.

McCain joined fellow Republican senators Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska in voting against Majority Leader Mitch McConnell‘s proposal to repeal part of Obama‘s Affordable Care Act.

This is a huge blow to President Trump and celebs took to Twitter early Friday morning (July 28) to praise McCain for defecting from the other Republicans. Read what they said below!

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Sean Spicer Resigns as Trump's White House Press Secretary

Sean Spicer has resigned from his role as the White House Press Secretary as he reportedly does not agree with President Trump‘s latest move.

Trump appointed Anthony Scaramucci as the new White House communications director on Friday morning (July 21) and Spicer submitted his resignation shortly after.

The president reportedly asked Spicer to stay on, but Spicer told his boss that “he believed the appointment was a major mistake,” according to the New York Times.

Spicer has not been in the spotlight that much lately while Sarah Huckabee Sanders has been conducting many of the White House press briefings.