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Throwing their support behind President Barack Obama, Gwyneth Paltrow and Tom Ford attended the Obama Victory Fund 2012 dinner at Mark's Club in London today (September 19).
Appearing in a simple, but classy white long-sleeved dress, Gwyneth co-hosted the event with Anna Wintour and Tom Ford, who looked dashing as always in a black suit.
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He’s been working hard on his re-election campaign for months, and last night (September 18) President Barack Obama showed up at the "Late Show with David Letterman.”
The Commander-in-Chief wasted no time in taking issue with his opponent Mitt Romney’s recently-unveiled comments regarding the portion of the American population that receives government assistance.
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Like many celebrities, Lindsay Lohan felt the need to weigh in on the current political climate, specifically, the Democratic National Convention.
On Thursday night (September 6), President Barack Obama's Twitter account said, "I’ve cut taxes for those who need it: middle-class families, small businesses.”
While President Barack Obama was accepting his nomination for the Democratic Party in Charlotte, North Carolina, Madonna was lending her support in New York last night (September 6).
The 54 year-old singer performed in concert at Yankee Stadium and took the opportunity to express her feelings on the upcoming election.
He made quite an impression at last week’s Republican National Convention, and Clint Eastwood is still standing by the speech he delivered.
Though he admitted his remarks were “very unorthodox,” the “Dirty Harry” hunk maintained that he made his point very clearly.
She’s always been fashion-minded, so when Michelle Obama showed up at the Democratic National Convention last night (September 4) it was no surprise that she was dressed to kill.
The First Lady donned a pink floral Tracy Reese dress teamed with a pair of J. Crew high heels as she took the stage for her much-anticipated speech (watch above!).
Enlisting his former associate director for the Office of Public Liaison for support, President Barack Obama tapped actor Kal Penn to host the 2012 Democratic National Convention coverage on BarackObama.com.
After surprise guest Clint Eastwood's 12-minute speech at the Republican National Convention, President Barack Obama remains a fan of the star.
At the RNC this past week, the "Dirty Harry" star heavily criticized the president to an empty chair, signifying an "invisible" and absentee president.