Sunday, October 23, 2016

Steve Harvey

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When Hillary Clinton went on the Steve Harvey talk show back in February, the interview came across as unscripted television, but turned out to be different.

Hillary’s campaign worked closely with the staff on the Steve Harvey show to make sure Hillary knew the questions, and the format of the interview.

She knew everything to hit a home run during the special on Flint Michigan.

This isn’t the first time that interviewers give questions to Hillary ahead of time.

There are reports that a Fox reporter saw an NBC staffer give Hillary’s campaign manager the questions ahead of the first presidential debate. She seemed very confident during the debate.

The former Secretary of State looked to be comfortable with Steve Harvey in the same way. Now we know why.

The Washington Free Beacon obtained the emails of the back and forth between the show and the campaign.

Hillary came under some fire for her appearance, because she said that Bill Clinton always talked about watermelon. People only focused on race said she was pandering. She might be, make up your own mind.

Hillary Clinton is smart and making sure she has the questions ahead of time has served her well in the past. In most interviews, she agrees on the questions before the interview even starts.

We can only hope that the debate moderators don’t continue to give her the questions early.

What are your thoughts on Hillary knowing all the questions before the cameras roll? Let us know in the comments below.

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miss universe

An unexpected disaster happened at the Miss Universe pageant on Sunday night—when host Steve Harvey accidentally announced the wrong winner.

The final two contestants were Miss Philippines and Miss Colombia. Harvey accidentally announced that Miss Colombia had won. He stood silently, presumably figuring out how he was going to correct things, as Miss Colombia was crowned and blew kisses to the audiences.

Finally, Harvey goes up to the Colombia beauty queen and tells her about his mistake.

The broadcast ended with pageant officials taking the crown off Miss Colombia’s head, and putting it on the head of the new Miss Universe: Miss Philippines, Pia Alonzo. Miss Colombia was the first runner-up.

Steve Harvey, for his part, feels terrible.

In a tweet after the fact—which was soon deleted—he said, “I want to apologize emphatically to Miss Philippians [sic] and Miss Columbia [sic]. This was a terribly honest human mistake and I am so regretful.”

The pageant was formerly owned by Donald Trump’s Trump Organization.

Formerly a 50-50 joint venture between Trump and NBC, Trump bought NBC’s stake in the pageant after NBC decided to end their business relationship with the controversial Republican frontrunner, after he made unflattering statements about illegal immigrants from Mexico.

Trump, after briefly owning the entire pageant, sold it earlier this year.

NBC has since walked back its plans to cut out Trump, at least somewhat: Trump was a guest host on NBC’s Saturday Night Live in November, leading to a massive ratings hit. But even though Trump doesn’t own the pageant anymore, they seem to have lost out on Miss Universe for the foreseeable future: the pageant aired on Fox, not NBC, on Sunday night.

Trump, for his part, couldn’t help but twist the knife a little, on how he was much better at managing the pageant.

“Very sad what happened last night at the Miss Universe Pageant. I sold it 6 months ago for a record price. This would never have happened!” he said via Twitter.

Watch the video here.



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