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Stacey Abrams ran for Governor of Georgia last year during midterm elections, but her ideas and campaign stances held the attention of millions outside the state lines.

That's why Americans across the country were thrilled when Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) announced that Abrams would be delivering the official rebuttal to President Donald Trump's State of the Union on February 5.

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Sarah Palin and Senator Lisa Murkowski (Photos by Michael Schwartz/Getty Images and National Archives)

People were heartened Friday morning to see Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska vote No to proceed to a vote on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. Murkowski later explained that she did not feel he was "the right man" for the court at this time.

On Friday evening, Murkowski further clarified her position before the full Senate stating:

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English actor, screenwriter and producer Sacha Baron Cohen and former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin (Photos by Taylor Hill/FilmMagic/GETTY IMAGES and RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

Ever since English actor, screenwriter and producer Sacha Baron Cohen tweeted a video on July 4, 2018, featuring President Donald Trump, fans wondered what the comedic talent was up to. He was rumored to have a program coming to Showtime soon.

On Monday, Matt Drudge, the editor and creator of The Drudge Report, tweeted:

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TUCSON, AZ - MARCH 26: U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (L) attend a campaign rally at Pima County Fairgrounds on March 26, 2010 in Tucson, Arizona. Palin traveled to Arizona to stump for McCain, who is facing a primary challenge in his bid for a fifth term in the Senate. Today's event marked the first time the pair had campaigned together since their failed 2008 presidential run. (Photo by Darren Hauck/Getty Images)

Sarah Palin is reportedly upset over Senator John McCain's (R-AZ) confession that he regrets choosing her as his running mate in the 2008 presidential race. Palin, who left her Alaska governorship to join the Republican ticket, told The Daily Mail that it feels like a "perpetual gut-punch" when she hears McCain speak unfondly of his decision to nominate her.

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