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Cardi B Slams Young Bernie Sanders Supporters After He Drops Out: 'Y'all Motherf--kers Don't Vote'

Cardi B is unhappy with fellow supporters of Bernie Sanders.

The 27-year-old “Bodak Yellow” rapper called out his base on Thursday (April 9) on her Instagram Story following the news of the Vermont senator dropping out of the presidential race.

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“I’m really upset at everybody, because as you guys know… Bernie dropped out of the race…I see a lot of young people on the Internet always lying…I’m getting sick of y’all. I’m about to start hanging out with my grandma’s friends. Because they vote. Y’all motherf–kers don’t vote, and that s–t is getting me tight,” she said.

“Y’all wasn’t voting, y’all wasn’t voting… what the f–k was up with that?”

She went on to say that older people turn up to vote more than younger people.

“Now we gotta go for Biden…I do not want 45 [Trump] to be president again, now y’all this s–t is very f–king serious. Right now? The state that America is in? We got no time to f–king play around. You really got think about yourself. Right now we’re about to motherf–king go through another recession.”

“And guess what? Do you really want 45 to be in charge of the recession?” she added.

Here’s how other stars reacted to Bernie dropping out.

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Bernie Sanders Dropping Out of 2020 Presidential Race

Senator Bernie Sanders is dropping out of the 2020 Presidential Race, effectively clearing the way for former Vice President Joe Biden to take the Democratic nomination.

The 78-year-old made the announcement during a call with his campaign staff, CNN reports. He has not released an additional comment for the public at this time.

Senator Sanders was extremely popular with youth voters and had at least 35 celebrities who were endorsing him to be the next president.

The 2020 Presidential election will take place in November of 2020, and it looks like Donald Trump will be taking on Joe Biden.

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President Donald Trump Brags About High TV Ratings Amid Global Health Crisis

Donald Trump is proud of his TV ratings.

The 73-year-old President of the United States bragged about his high viewership from press conferences updating the American public about the ongoing pandemic crisis on Sunday (March 29).

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“’President Trump is a ratings hit. Since reviving the daily White House briefing Mr. Trump and his coronavirus updates have attracted an average audience of 8.5 million on cable news, roughly the viewership of the season finale of The Bachelor. Numbers are continuing to rise,’” he wrote.

“…On Monday, nearly 12.2 million people watched Mr. Trump’s briefing on CNN, Fox News and MSNBC, according to Nielsen — Monday Night Football numbers. Millions more are watching on ABC, CBS, NBC and online streaming sites, and the audience is expanding. On Monday, Fox News…alone attracted 6.2 million viewers for the president’s briefing — an astounding number for a 6 p.m. cable broadcast, more akin to the viewership for a popular prime-time sitcom…The CBS News poll said 13 percent of Republicans trusted the news media for information about the virus.” Michael M. Grynbaum @NYTimes.”

“Because the ‘Ratings’ of my News Conferences etc. are so high,’Bachelor finale, Monday Night Football type numbers’ according to the @nytimes, the Lamestream Media is going CRAZY. “Trump is reaching too many people, we must stop him.” said one lunatic. See you at 5:00 P.M.!”

The United States now has the most cases of coronavirus in the world.

To date, there are over 135,875 cases of coronavirus in the United States, and 2,389 people have died. Here’s how many people may die, according to Dr. Fauci

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White House Correspondents' Dinner 2020 Cancelled Due to Coronavirus

The 2020 White House Correspondents’ Dinner has been cancelled due to the ongoing global health crisis.

The annual event, set to be hosted by Saturday Night Live‘s Kenan Thompson, was called off on Sunday (March 22) in a statement.

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“The White House Correspondents’ Association regrets to announce that it is unable to go ahead with its 2020 dinner on April 25. We will get back to you soon with our alternative date. Thanks for your support,” the WHCA wrote in a tweet.

The annual dinner was set to take place on April 25 in Washington D.C., and was also set to include Hasan Minhaj as a featured entertainer.

Tons of events have been canceled amid the global health crisis. Find out what else…

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Four Republican Senators Accused of Selling Their Stocks After Private Briefings on Coronavirus

Four Republican senators are being accused of dumping their stocks after being briefed on the coronavirus in private meetings.

Richard Burr, the senior senator from North Carolina and also the chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, reportedly sold up to $1.7 million of shares on February 13.

Kelly Loeffler, the junior senator from Georgia, reportedly dumped as much as $3.1 million of stock over a three-week period.

Ron Johnson, the senior senator from Wisconsin, reportedly sold over $5 million in stock on March 2 and the number could be as high as $25 million.

The fourth senator being accused is Oklahoma’s Jim Inhofe, who reportedly sold up to $450,000 in stock in late February.

The senators were reportedly part of private briefings on the coronavirus pandemic and decided to sell their shares before the market crashed. They are being accused of insider trading and people are calling for them all to resign.

Tulsi Gabbard Drops Out of the Presidential Race - Here's Who She Endorsed!

Tulsi Gabbard has dropped out of the race to become the next President of the United States.

The Hawaii representative made the announcement on Thursday (March 19), having garnered only two delegates during the Democratic primary contests to date.

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“Today, I’m suspending my presidential campaign, and offering my full support to Vice President Joe Biden in his quest to bring our country together,” she said.

The Democratic race is officially between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.

“I and so many others enlisted in the military to do just that. Likewise today, as Americans and all of humanity, we face a common enemy. It is once again time, as Americans and as neighbors in this global community, that we stand together, and work hand in hand to defeat this new enemy — the coronavirus,” she went on to say.

“I feel that the best way that I can be of service at this time is continue to work for the health and well-being of people of Hawaii and our country in Congress, and stand ready to service in uniform should the Hawaii National Guard be activated.”

Find out which stars have also endorsed Joe Biden.

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Joe Biden Commits to a Woman to Be His Vice President, Bernie Sanders Says He 'Likely' Would Too

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are addressing their potential vice presidential running mates.

The 77-year-old former Vice President and the 78-year-old Vermont Senator went head-to-head once again during the latest Democratic Debate on Sunday night (March 15) at the CNN Studios in Washington, D.C.

During the debate, Biden committed to choosing a woman to be his Vice President if he won the Democratic candidate nomination.

“There are a number of women qualified to be president tomorrow,” Biden said. “I would pick a woman to be my vice president.

Bernie also said that “in all likelihood” he too would choose a woman to be his vice president.

“For me, it’s not just nominating a woman. It is making sure that we have a progressive woman and there are progressive women out there,” Bernie said. “So my very strong tendency is more in that direction.”

Potential women in the running include former Georgia House of Representatives Member Stacey Abrams, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, California Senator Kamala Harris, New Hampshire Junior Senator Jeanne Shaheen, and New Hampshire Junior Senator Maggie Hassan.