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“You can see the pain in his face, and I felt he was sincere,” Bono said of the pope during a meeting at the Vatican.
The rock star described the leader of the Catholic Church as "an extraordinary man for extraordinary times.”
"I'm sure this is not a big, big problem," Bono said, "but I'm gonna have to do something."
Trump’s immigration policies were in the firing line at Grammy’s, as artists lined up to criticize his treatment of Dreamers.
The band performed on a barge with the Statue of Liberty behind them.
The singer made the comment in an interview with Rolling Stone.
"I know we live in a time when cable news and our Twitter feeds can make it feel like cynicism is everywhere."
Making a couple new pals at a rock show doesn’t put a dent into the politically polarized United States of 2016. But it sure was a refreshing exhale.
Bridget Everett, Toni Collette, Katie Aselton and Molly Shannon star in the latest ladies-night-out comedy.
"I smile every day, and I definitely didn't smile every day before," said Chris Rock.
"We don’t have to please God in any other way than to be brutally honest," he said.
Power couple, power suits, power cheers from fellow diners.