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The Last Word: Reagan’s daughter on AIDS response, Aaron Schock’s porn deal, Nick Jonas’ sexuality

Hillary Clinton - Photo: Gage Skidmore

Hillary Clinton – Photo: Gage Skidmore

Hillary Clinton, in an email to supporters of her campaign thanking them after she narrowly beat Senator Bernie Sanders in the Iowa Caucus.

Patti Davis, daughter of President Ronald Reagan, in an interview with James Duke Mason. Davis contended that part of the blame in Reagan’s delayed response to the AIDS crisis lay with his advisors. “There were people around him who did not want him dealing with the AIDS crisis,” she said.

Aaron Schock, Credit: Men's Health

Aaron Schock, Credit: Men’s Health

Keith Webb, Vice President of porn studio TitanMen, announcing that they have offered “boyishly handsome and muscular” disgraced congressman Aaron Schock $1 million to star in a series of hardcore gay porn films.

Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy, speaking with Rolling Stone about Anderson Cooper. The pair have become friends after Kenworthy came out last year. “He reached out and offered advice after I came out. Basically, he said, ‘If you need anything, just ask. I understand what it’s like to be out in the public eye.’”

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Nick Jonas, speaking with Complex magazine. Jonas has come under fire for making ambiguous comments regarding his sexuality in a bid to court gay fans. “There’s always going to be negativity toward anything that is a positive effort toward change,” he said.


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