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Trump welcomes rapper Lil Pump on stage and gets name wrong [Video]

Trump welcomes rapper Lil Pump on stage and gets name wrong

President Donald Trump welcomed rap superstar Lil Pump on stage during the final rally of his election campaign, introducing him as ‘Little Pimp’ before correcting himself. The 20-year-old..

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'Vote like your life depends on it' says Lady Gaga at Biden rally [Video]

'Vote like your life depends on it' says Lady Gaga at Biden rally

Pop singer Lady Gaga appeared at Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden's drive-in election rally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Monday evening.

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Lady Gaga joins Joe Biden on the campaign trail as U.S. election looms [Video]

Lady Gaga joins Joe Biden on the campaign trail as U.S. election looms

Lady Gaga gave presidential hopeful Joe Biden an election eve boost on Monday when she urged supporters to vote for him at a rally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Lady Gaga urges US voters to back Joe Biden [Video]

Lady Gaga urges US voters to back Joe Biden

Singer Lady Gaga gave a spirited endorsement of Joe Biden and condemnation ofDonald Trump at Mr Biden's final rally in Pittsburgh the night before the USpresidential election.

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