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JENNIFER GARNER WANTS TRUMP TO HELP AMERICA’S IMPOVERISHED CHILDREN

Caroline Slusarczyk

Larry French/Getty Images

Larry French/Getty Images

Jennifer Garner, a liberal-minded actress who supported Hillary Clinton in the last election, has voiced her desire to work with Donald Trump to help impoverished American children.  Garner has been a longtime early education advocate for poor children in places like the West Virginia community where she was raised.  Garner has been a board member of the Save the Children nonprofit organization for almost a decade, which has brought her to Washington, D.C. on many occasions to advocate for underprivileged rural areas.

This past weekend, Garner went to the White House to continue her efforts.  Garner has decided to put politics aside in favor of asking Trump for help, she told The Washington Post, “If he’s willing to help the poor kids who got him elected, then let’s do it.  They certainly think he’s going to.”  Garner said, “I’m looking forward to helping him make good on what they saw as promises, a mandate from him, that he was going to make their lives better.”

Garner said many politicians she has met claim they will help with childhood funding, but don’t follow through: “Everyone’s nodding and couldn’t agree more, and shaking your hand and want their picture.  But when the vote is cast, nobody’s out there screaming and yelling for poor kids.”  Garner continued, “Send me a ticket to Mar-a-Lago.  I’m ready to go down and have a steak and a good chat.  I really think it’s great, if [Trump]’s willing to help the poor kids who got him elected.”

Cliff Owen/AP

Cliff Owen/AP

Garner’s work with Save the Children includes urging Congress and state governments to “fund reading and literacy programs that include all-day kindergarten.”  Garner said, “You just wouldn’t believe the number of kids who have never heard a nursery rhyme.”

The Washington Post reported Garner’s activities in D.C. over the weekend: “The 44-year-old actress spent the weekend lobbying the town’s pillars of power to support early education for poor rural children.  She spent Friday on Capitol Hill meeting dozens of top staff members.  On Saturday, she delivered the keynote address before the annual National Governors Association winter meeting here.”  Garner also had a planned sit-down with Ivanka Trump, but it was canceled due to scheduling conflicts.  The actress looks forward to making the meeting happen sometime in the future.

 

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HILLARY CLINTON MAKES SURPRISE APPEARANCE AT UNICEF’S SNOWFLAKE BALL TO AWARD “QUEEN” KATY PERRY

Caroline Slusarczyk

Jason Kempin/Getty Images

Jason Kempin/Getty Images

Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance at the 12th annual UNICEF Snowflake Ball to present Katy Perry with the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award.

Perry and Clinton have a serious mutual appreciation of each other, and it was on full display at the Snowflake Ball.  Clinton took the stage unannounced to dedicate a speech to Katy as recipient of the Humanitarian Award.  Clinton said, “On a personal level, I cannot tell you how delighted I am to be here to help celebrate a global megastar, a social media queen with the most Twitter followers in the world – although she's getting some competition – and someone whose powerful voice and creative lyrics remind us when you get knocked down to get back up.”  Clinton continued, “I have seen Katy's commitment to the causes she believes in firsthand.  I've gotten to spend time with her and I know how deeply she cares about making our world a better place.  She is serious about understanding the complex problems we face and pulling people together to solve them.  We need champions like Katy now more than ever: her passion, her energy and, yes, her voice, louder than a lion.”

Perry, who actively supported Hillary throughout her Presidential campaign, was visibly emotional when she went onstage to accept the award.  Perry, tearing up at Clinton’s speech, joked, “Does anyone have a tissue?”  Perry returned Clinton’s kind words in her acceptance speech: “I've always had a voice, a singing voice, but I've never had a voice like I've had before.  Hillary has lit that voice inside of me, and that light will never go out, it will continue to get brighter and brighter and brighter.  Thank you Hillary.  You motivate me and so many millions of people.  We appreciate you for your incredible work and your heart.”

The WANNA is all for two powerful ladies supporting each other!

 

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WHAT IF THE POPULAR VOTE WAS MAJORITY? SENATOR BARBARA BOXER SEEKS TO END ELECTORAL COLLEGE

Caroline Slusarczyk

Associated Press

Associated Press

One week after Donald Trump’s Presidential victory over Hillary Clinton, retiring California Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer filed Senate legislation that seeks to abolish the Electoral College.  Boxer took issue with Trump’s win since Clinton was shown to have won the popular vote by a margin of over one million votes.  Boxer said, “When all the ballots are counted, Hillary Clinton will have won the popular vote by a margin that could exceed two million votes, and she is on track to have received more votes than any other presidential candidate in history except Barack Obama…This is the only office in the land where you can get more votes and still lose the presidency.”

Twitter, @SenatorBoxer

Twitter, @SenatorBoxer

Boxer called the Electoral College an “outdated, undemocratic system that does not reflect our modern society.”  Boxer’s proposed bill would be an amendment to the Constitution, so it will be a long shot to pass in the heavily Republican Congress.  But that hasn’t stopped Senator Boxer from trying!

Boxer pulled out all the stops and called out Trump himself.  Boxer cited a couple of Trump’s tweets from 2012 where he called the Electoral College a “disaster.” Boxer used this to her advantage, saying, “I couldn't agree more. One person, one vote!”

Twitter, @realDonaldTrump

Twitter, @realDonaldTrump

Boxer’s bill raises the question, what if the popular vote actually decided our President?

The WANNA wants to hear from you!

Do you think it’s time for the Electoral College to go?

 

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ROBERT DOWNEY JR, SCARLETT JOHANSSON AND OTHER CELEBS WANT YOU TO “GET OUT THERE AND VOTE”

Caroline Slusarczyk

CNN

CNN

Election Day is tomorrow, November 8th, which means the craziest Presidential race in U.S. history will finally come to a close.  Either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will take their place in the Oval Office as Commander in Chief.  But there is still a good chunk of Americans who have chosen not to cast a ballot for this particular Election.

Throughout the campaigns, celebrities such as Robert DeNiro, Kathy Griffin, Aziz Ansari, and tons more, have appeared in videos urging people to vote, usually against Trump.  You can revisit The WANNA’s previous roundup of celeb-driven videos here.

In a new SaveTheDay.Vote video, “Vote Tomorrow,” released Monday November 7th, director Joss Whedon rounded up several Hollywood celebrities in a final attempt to encourage people to go out and vote.  In “Vote Tomorrow”, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, James Franco, Neil Patrick Harris, and others urge viewers to “just get out and vote” on November 8th.  They add humor to the video, along with more serious intonations, such as Julianne Moore saying, “No one has the right to stop you from casting your vote.”

Watch the full video below, and then make sure to get out and cast your vote tomorrow!

 

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ARE YOU OVER THIS PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AND READY TO CAST YOUR BALLOT? FIND OUT WHERE TO VOTE EARLY HERE

Caroline Slusarczyk

cnn.com

cnn.com

The 2016 Presidential Election feels like the longest one in history.  Candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have been at serious odds with each other throughout their campaigns, from three insane debates to a myriad of controversial jabs aimed at each other.  At this point, Election Day on November 8th can’t come quick enough!

The general election occurs on November 8th, which is a whole weekend away.  Do you want to beat the crowds on Tuesday and get your vote out of the way early?  Various states have polling stations open over the weekend, so you may be able to find one in your area.  Using this tool, enter your address to find out if and where you can cast your ballot before the 8th.

Early or not, we hope you get out and vote!  Then you can breathe a sigh of relief!

 

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CELEBS REACT TO HISTORICAL CHICAGO CUBS WORLD SERIES VICTORY

Caroline Slusarczyk

Charlie Riedel/AP Photo

Charlie Riedel/AP Photo

Wednesday night, the Chicago Cubs won the baseball World Series in Game 7 against the Cleveland Indians, at Cleveland’s Progressive Field.  Their victory is a huge deal since the last time they won the World Series was at the beginning of the last century, in 1908.  The Chicago Cubs’ home stadium, Wrigley Field, now proudly sports the sign “World Series Champions.”

Twitter, @SportsCenter

Twitter, @SportsCenter

There were some famous faces at the Cubs Vs. Indians game, including Bill Murray, Charlie Sheen, Amy Schumer, John Cusack, Eddie Vedder and Tom Morello.  Bill Murray definitely takes the cake for biggest Cubs fan of the evening.  After the Cubs won, Murray visited their locker room to interview the players and chug champagne with them.

Many more Hollywood celebrities tuned in to the Cubs game last night on TV, and shared their excitement via social media.  Seth Rogen, Stephen Colbert, Olivia Wilde, and even President Obama were among the many that took to Twitter to tweet their elation at the Cubs’ triumph.

The WANNA has curated a list of the best celeb Twitter reactions below.  Enjoy!

Barack Obama: 

Twitter, @POTUS

Twitter, @POTUS

Stephen Colbert: 

Twitter, @StephenAtHome

Twitter, @StephenAtHome

Seth Rogen:

Twitter, @Sethrogen

Twitter, @Sethrogen

Hillary Clinton:

Twitter, @HillaryClinton

Twitter, @HillaryClinton

Olivia Wilde: 

Twitter, @oliviawilde

Twitter, @oliviawilde

Ellen DeGeneres:  

Twitter, @TheEllenShow

Twitter, @TheEllenShow

Seth Meyers: 

Twitter, @sethmeyers

Twitter, @sethmeyers

Cher: 

Twitter, @cher

Twitter, @cher

Rainn Wilson: 

Twitter, @rainnwilson

Twitter, @rainnwilson

Nick Offerman: 

Twitter, @Nick_Offerman

Twitter, @Nick_Offerman

Leslie Jones: 

Twitter, @Lesdoggg

Twitter, @Lesdoggg

Rashida Jones: 

Twitter, @iamrashidajones

Twitter, @iamrashidajones

 

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CLINTON CELEBRATES HER 69TH BIRTHDAY, ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL IN SOUTH FLORIDA ALONGSIDE ADELE!

Caroline Slusarczyk

NBC.com

NBC.com

Adele played a concert in Miami, Florida Tuesday night at the American Airlines Arena, where Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance as an early birthday celebration.  Hillary spent all of Tuesday campaigning in south Florida.  Clinton had a packed schedule including, a Coconut Creek rally, her final Florida fundraiser in Pinecrest, and a stop at Univision’s Studios for an appearance on the El Gordo y la Flaca talk show.  Clinton’s supporters did not forget her birthday while she campaigned, though.  At the Coconut Creek rally, the crowd sang “Happy Birthday” to Hillary.  On the El Gordo y la Flaca talk show, Hillary was offered cookies and tequila shots.  She was also serenaded by singer Prince Royce, who had backup from a mariachi band.  After her special, but busy day, Hillary had the chance to unwind a little on the eve of her 69th birthday.  Hillary’s motorcade made a final stop at the American Airlines Arena, where Hillary attended Adele’s concert.

Robyn Beck/Getty Images

Robyn Beck/Getty Images

It’s no secret that Hillary is a huge fan of Adele.  Hillary said that Adele was her, “go-to voice,” in a SiriusXM interview back in March.  Clinton also added, “I have such a huge admiration for her skills, her abilities and her personality.”

Adele returned the compliment at her Tuesday concert when she confidently endorsed Clinton.  Adele took a break from singing to say, “I am 100 percent for Hillary Clinton.  I love her, she’s amazing.”  It has not been confirmed whether or not Adele knew the Democratic nominee was in the audience.  Either way, Adele’s endorsement must have been a lovely birthday present for Hillary.

Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Adele didn’t stop at her praise of Hillary, though.  The singer took the opportunity to urge concert-goers not to vote for Donald Trump.  Adele said, “I’ve got to be honest with you, I’m really glad I’m not an American at the moment, it’s hard work.”  She continued, “I wouldn’t know what to do, I mean I do know what to do - don't vote for him, that's all I'm saying.” 

Looks like Adele is officially on the #ImWithHer bandwagon!

 

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MILEY CYRUS SAYS VOTE FOR HILLARY OR “KISS MY ASHTANGA ASS”

Caroline Slusarczyk

There is no doubt that Miley Cyrus is with Hillary Clinton.  The 23-year old singer and actress visited George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, on Saturday to encourage students to vote for Hillary on Election Day, November 9th.  Cyrus was no understated Clinton supporter.  She tweeted and posted to Instagram about her GMU campaign trip, always including the hashtag #imwithher.  Miley proudly displayed Clinton campaign signs and donned a glittery red, white and blue ensemble, complete with a pink feathered headband.  And in true Miley fashion, almost every pic snapped of her at GMU featured her famous “tongue pose.”

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@MileyCyrus, Twitter

@mileycyrus, Instagram

@mileycyrus, Instagram

Molly Riley/Associated Press

Molly Riley/Associated Press

Getty Images

Getty Images

Molly Riley/Associated Press

Molly Riley/Associated Press

NBCwashington.com

NBCwashington.com

While it’s clear Cyrus had a blast campaigning at George Mason University, she made sure to let students know she still meant business.  Cyrus knocked on multiple dorm doors and talked politics with the students.  Jake Zartman, 18, was one student who got up close and personal with Cyrus.  When Cyrus asked Zartman if he planned to vote, he responded that he already had for Hillary.  Cyrus cheered, “Yeah!” to which Zartman replied, “Obviously.”

Student Katherine Quigley, 19, told Cyrus she planned to vote for Hillary.  Cyrus approved, but quipped that if she was not shooting The Voice on Election Day, she would come back to make sure.

After her campaign trip to GMU, Cyrus summed up her political views for her Instagram followers in one very clear message:

@mileycyrus, Instagram

@mileycyrus, Instagram

 

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WHICH A-LIST CELEBS PERFORMED LIVE TO HELP RAISE FUNDS AND SUPPORT TEAM HILLARY?

Caroline Slusarczyk

Getty Images

Getty Images

Monday, October 17th, Hollywood A-list came out to sing and dance, in hopes to help raise funds for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.  The star-studded Clinton fundraiser concert was held at the St. James Theatre in New York City.  Fans that couldn't snag a ticket to the concert tuned into Clinton's YouTube and Facebook pages which streamed the event live!  The night turned into a Hollywood who's, who event with several big time celebs who all said, "I'm with her!" including: Neil Patrick Harris, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Angela Bassett, Billy Crystal, Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Julia Roberts, Emily Blunt, Ansel Elgort and Sarah Jessica Parker.

The WANNA voted and delivered the best moments of the night below!  Drum roll please....

Lin-Manuel Miranda Reworks Hamilton Song

Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator and star of hit play Hamilton, rapped about Clinton and the importance of voting in a rewritten version of the song, "The World Was Wide Enough."  One memorable lyric goes, “Anybody here wanna shatter a glass ceiling?”

Bill Clinton Surprise Appearance

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Bill Clinton made a surprise appearance at the fundraiser in support of his wife, which brought the crowd to a standing ovation.  He spoke to the audience about Hillary, saying, “She is the single best change-maker that I have ever known…She will make you proud.”

Neil Patrick Harris Throws It Back

Craig Ruttle/AP Photo

Craig Ruttle/AP Photo

Neil Patrick Harris reprised his Tony-winning role in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.”  He sang the song, “The Origin of Love” with a troupe of backup ballet dancers, which presented a beautiful, moving spectacle.

Angela Bassett and Helen Mirren Speeches

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Taking a break from all the song and dance, Angela Bassett recited Sojourner Truth’s “Ain’t I A Woman?” speech, while Helen Mirren performed a speech from Elizabeth Roosevelt.  Both A-listers called to mind the strength of women in our country’s past, as a salute to Hillary Clinton in her leadership role today.

Barbara Streisand “Phones In”

Barbara Streisand, one of the greatest singers of our time, lent her voice to the fundraiser, where she made introductions for the concert from Los Angeles.  She also appeared in a video for “Climb Every Mountain,” alongside Jamie Foxx.

And Of Course, Hillary Clinton’s Screen Appearance

Clinton herself could not make the fundraiser, but she did appear on screen in a good-humored segment.  She joked, “I auditioned for tonight's show and I wanted to sing with you, but Harvey and Jordan said I didn't make the cut,” in reference to the event’s producers, Harvey Weinstein and Jordan Roth.  She also said, “We’re in the final stretch of this campaign and we need your help to reach as many people as possible between now and election day.”

 

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GIULIANI HAS CHOICE WORDS FOR DE BLASIO AND CLINTON – THE WANNA HAS THE EXCLUSIVE

Caroline Slusarczyk

AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis

AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis

We have no doubt that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is still batting for Donald Trump, thanks to his recent remarks about Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.  Giuliani suggested that Clinton is suffering both physical and mental health issues.

Giuliani stated in an interview with Fox News Sunday that there were, “several signs of illness by [Hillary Clinton].”  He then urged viewers, “Go online and put down ‘Hillary Clinton illness.’  Take a look at the videos for yourself."

Clinton responded to these remarks during her appearance on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where she asked host Jimmy Kimmel to check her pulse, before pretending to struggle to open a pickle jar. 

This isn’t the first time Giuliani has called out a member of the Democratic party.  Just last month, Giuliani told THE WANNA SHOW exclusively that Mayor Bill de Blasio is the reason NYC is “sliding back”!

Watch THE WANNA exclusive interview with Giuliani here!

  

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WANNA MAKE A FEW CALLS FOR HILLARY CLINTON?

Gina Giordan

Clinton's Director of Grassroots Engagement, Adam Parkhomenko 

Clinton's Director of Grassroots Engagement, Adam Parkhomenko 

Talking Politics is always a sure way to fire up any conversation.  If you are a NY'er, enjoy pontificating politics and you plan to vote for Mrs. Hillary Clinton, then how about donating some talk time in Brooklyn?  

As Presidential hopeful's gear up for the New York primary election on April 16, Hillary Clinton's campaign continues to reach out to supporters via email asking for donations.  But, today, the focus isn't just on donations, Clinton's Director of Grassroots Engagement, Adam Parkhomenko is asking Clinton supporters to "pick up the phone!"  You can see the email below...

If you are indeed TEAM HILLARY and want to join the official HILLARY FOR AMERICA Brooklyn Phone Bank log onto Clinton's website or CLICK HERE to RSVP for the official HILLARY FOR AMERICA Brooklyn Phone Bank on March 10, 2016, 5p.m. - 9p.m. at the United Federation of Teachers located on 335 Adams St, BK, NY 11201.

Do you plan on voting at the NY Primary?  Are you voting for Clinton or Trump?  

The Wanna team would love to hear your comments below...

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