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If you grew up in the 1990s, you probably saw the perennial Halloween favorite Hocus Pocus. The Disney film directed by High School Musical juggernaut genius Kenny Ortega and starred icon Bette Midler beside Sarah Jessica Parker of Sex and the City fame and Kathy Najimy of Sister Act as the evil Sanderson sisters, a trio of resurrected witches in Salem, Massachusetts.

Since the film's 1993 debut it developed a cult following. Now Midler has banked on that popularity to poke a little fun at one of her favorite Twitter foils, President Donald Trump.

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At a CNN town hall in Austin, Texas Sunday night, Democratic presidential candidate Peter Buttigieg tore into Vice President Mike Pence for supporting President Donald Trump despite being an evangelical Christian.

Buttigieg, the openly gay mayor of South Bend, Indiana and the only millennial seeking the nation's highest office, told Jake Tapper that he used to think Pence "believed in our institutions and was not personally corrupt."

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President Donald Trump lashed out on Twitter against his former attorney Michael Cohen on Friday morning, accusing Cohen of lying about having never asked for a presidential pardon.

Cohen swore under oath before the House Oversight Committee that he never sought a pardon from Trump. Days later, reports emerged which question the accuracy of Cohen's testimony.

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A year ago next month, President Donald Trump assured reporters on Air Force One that he never knew about the $135,000 in hush money paid to adult film actress Stormy Daniels in exchange for her silence ahead of the presidential election about their 2006 affair.

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Fox News host Sean Hannity may have inadvertently given the House of Representatives a reason to subpoena him after he claimed on Thursday that Michael Cohen disclosed information to him about hush money payments to Stormy Daniels.

While interviewing President Donald Trump Thursday night, Hannity said Cohen told him that he made the payments to Daniels on his own volition.

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Adult film actress Stormy Daniels and President Donald Trump's former attorney, Michael Cohen, have frequently been at odds since news broke that Cohen arranged a hush payment to Daniels just ahead of the 2016 election in exchange for her silence regarding an alleged 2006 affair with then-nominee Donald Trump.

While Trump and Cohen frequently decried Daniels as a liar while moving to publicly humiliate her in hopes of Trump avoiding scrutiny for breaking campaign finance laws.

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Earlier this afternoon, New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman confirmed that President Donald Trump's former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen would be "postponing his Feb. 7 testimony after threats to his family from President Trump and his team."

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