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President Obama Says Sony Hacking NOT “Act Of War” As North Korea Threatens Attack — WATCH VIDEO HERE

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Obama North Korea Hacking Interview

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President Obama says the Sony hacking was NOT an “act of war,” even as North Korea threatens to attack “citadels” in the United States. Check out the video and see new statement here.

Sony Fires Back After Obama Calls Decision To Pull The Interview A “Mistake,” Studio Says “We Had No Choice”

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Sony Responds Obama

Sony Pictures is firing back after President Obama on Friday called the film company’s decision to pull The Interview from theaters a “mistake.” In a statement furnished to Gossip Cop, the film studio says, “We had no choice,” and hopes one day people will eventually “get the opportunity” to see the movie.

VIDEO: President Obama Accidentally Calls James Franco “James Flacco”

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James Flacco

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President Obama accidentally called James Franco “James Flacco” during his comments on North Korea and the Sony hacking situation on Friday. The mistake came during Obama’s end-of-the-year press conference. See video of the moment here.

Obama: Sony Made “Mistake” Pulling The Interview From Theaters, U.S. Will Respond “Proportionally” To North Korea (VIDEO)

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Obama Sony Hacking US response North Korea

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President Obama addressed the press corps on a wide range of topics on Friday, but talked at length about the North Koreans’ hacking of Sony and what he thought of how the film company handled it and how the U.S. will respond.

Check out the video here!

President Obama: People Should Still “Go To The Movies,” Despite Threats (VIDEO)

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President Obama Sony Hackers Threats Statement

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President Obama says Americans should still “go to the movies,” despite threats of attacks on theaters throughout the country. The Commander-in-Chief made the comments in an ABC sit-down with David Muir before Sony announced it would no longer release The Interview in cinemas. Watch the video below.

President Obama Opens Up About Racial Profiling: I’ve Been Mistaken For The Valet

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President Obama Racism People Interview

President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama open up about their experiences with racism in a new interview with People. The President and his wife sit down with the magazine for an in-depth interview each year, and the latest installment features the couple addressing racial profiling in the wake of the killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

Scott Stapp Allegedly Thought He Was Supposed To Kill President Obama For CIA

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Scott Stapp Obama Assassination

Scott Stapp, the troubled former Creed singer, allegedly believed he was a CIA agent tasked with assassinating President Obama during his psychological meltdown last month.

Amy Pascal and Scott Rudin Apologize For Racial Emails About President Obama

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Amy Pascal Scott Rudin Emails

Sony Pictures chief Amy Pascal and producer Scott Rudin have apologized for racially insensitive remarks about President Obama contained in a series of emails stolen by hackers and then leaked as part of Sony’s hacking scandal.

VIDEO: President Obama Takes Over The Colbert Report, Hilariously Spars With Host

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Obama Colbert

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President Obama took over for part of Monday’s “The Colbert Report,” kicking Stephen Colbert out of his seat and doing his version of the recurring Colbert bit “The Word,” only he changed it to “The Decree.”

Scott Stapp: I’m Broke and Homeless Because I Criticized President Obama

Truth rating: 10
Scott Stapp Obama

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Scott Stapp says he is homeless and facing financial ruin because he criticized President Obama. During a radio interview on Thursday, the former Creed singer claims the IRS decided to destroy him after he publicly expressed disappointment in Obama during a Fox News interview in 2012.

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