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John Oliver Slams WWE on Saudi Arabia Deal

John Oliver borrowed a few moves from the WWE playbook to take over the organization because of its close relationship with Saudi Arabia on Sunday in the episode Last Week Tonight. Oliver said that President Donald Trump and his representatives were too comfortable with Saudi Arabia, whose government is led by Prince Mohammed bin Salman, aka MBS. "Trump's intention of" …

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John Oliver beats WWE Saudi Arabia link, last week tonight, John Cena, Jamal Khashoggi

COMEDIAN John Oliver has made a brutal strike against WWE and its long-term deal with Saudi Arabia. In a week in which the Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished vocal critic of his reign, Oliver toasted the WWE for his close relationship with the nation. Saudi Arabia has denied any wrongdoing in the disappearance. WWE recently signed a 10-year contract …

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John Oliver Slams WWE on Saudi Arabia Pact on "Last Week Tonight"

"It seems that WWE is as openly pro-Saudi Arabia as it has been homoerotic lately, that is, intense." As Saudi Arabia denies, it had something to do with the sudden disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, a vociferous critic of his administration, and intensified pressure from the West to find out what happened, John Oliver retook WWE on Sunday …

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HBO's John Oliver rips Gritty, the "exhausting dreadful" new aviator mascot (VIDEO)

It has been five days since the Senate Justice Committee heard of Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh. As the FBI investigates the alleged sexual assault, Capitol Hill awaits confirmation of Kavanaugh's appointment to the Supreme Court, the television channel Experts have no shortage of content to fill the etheric waves. Imagine what kind of story it takes for a …

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Fired Texan cop Roy Oliver was convicted of murdering a black teenager

USA Today Network WFAA TV, Dallas-Fort Worth Published on 11:13 p. ET August 29, 2018 | Updated at 11:48 am ET Aug 29, 2018 CLOSE Former Dallas police officer Roy Oliver shot and killed 15-year-old Jordan Edwards when he left home in April 2017. USA TODAY Former Police Officer of Balch Springs Roy Oliver listens during the conviction for the …

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Chef Jamie Oliver accuses "cultural appropriation" for his Jamaican "Punchy Jerk Rice"

Jamie Oliver gives a cooking demonstration at the Big Feastival in Kingham, England, on August 27, 2016. (196519002) LONDON – Jamie Oliver, the popular British cook and global food entrepreneur, is in a very British dispute over "cultural appropriation" captured. His international conglomerate recently released a microwaveable meal called "Punchy Jerk Rice" As if! A Member of Parliament and Other …

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This was not a cyberattack on the FCC, just John Oliver fans

The increase in traffic was actually due to spectators of the comedian John Oliver. A general inspection report from Monday extensively reports on the May 2017 traffic investigation when Oliver, host of "Last Week Tonight" at HBO, urged his listeners to pursue the debate on Net neutrality via Internet Service Providers, all content to deliver equally. (For example, without protection, …

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John Oliver talks to MeToo with Anita Hill last week tonight

In the wake of Last week Tonight John Oliver broke the format for a very good thing – he sat down for an interview with Anita Hill to discuss the #MeToo Movement Back in 1991, Hill came forward to accuse US Supreme Court Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment. She testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee for eight hours, and eventually …

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HBO Website Blocked in China After John Oliver Skewers Xi

Chinese authorities appear to have blocked U.S. film and television production company HBO's website after comedy show "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" aired a segment criticizing President Xi Jinping for censorship. HBO.com, which offers programming information but no shows what unavailable internet users in China , according to Greatfire.org, a watchdog group. Bloomberg staff were therefore unable to access …

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