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When it comes to sharing his feelings on Donald Trump, John Cleese really doesn’t beat around the bush.
On Monday night the British comedy legend appeared on The Late Show and spoke about the US President with Stephen Colbert.
“He says the British like him,” Colbert remarks in the clip above. “Do they like him?”
“No,” is Cleese’s immediate response.
His biggest shut-down comes a few seconds later, though, when Colbert says Trump doesn’t trust continental Europeans.
“He doesn’t trust anyone in charge of a democracy, does he?” is Cleese’s reply. Read more…
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The ruling, which declared sections of the Sexual Offences Act unconstitutional, may soon lead to decriminalising gay sex
Gay sex between consenting men in Trinidad and Tobago could soon be decriminalised following a court judgment that campaigners said might spark similar decisions elsewhere in the Caribbean.
In a ruling on Thursday, judge Devindra Rampersad said sections of the Sexual Offences Act, which prohibited “buggery” and “serious indecency” between two men, criminalised consensual same-sex activity between adults, and were unconstitutional.
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Repubblica founder Eugenio Scalfari has misrepresented pontiff’s words, says Vatican
The Vatican has scrambled to clarify comments made by Pope Francis to a well-known Italian journalist that appeared to deny the existence of hell.
The Holy See issued a terse statement saying a lengthy article published in La Repubblica on Wednesday by Eugenio Scalfari, 93, the newspaper’s founder, was “the fruit of his reconstruction” and not “a faithful transcription of the Holy Father’s words”.
‘We don’t have Russian undeclared intelligence officers here. If we did, we would expel them,’ the prime minister said.