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Mike Dubke, an experienced Republican strategist, was hired in March to revamp the White House media strategy.
As part of the shake-up, White House press secretary Sean Spicer will reportedly hold on to his position, but there will be fewer media briefings.
The reshuffle follows reports of disarray in the White House communications team.
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Chris Cornell, the lead singer of Soundgarden, died Wednesday night. He was 52 years old.
He and the band were in Detroit, Michigan, for a concert.
Soundgarden was a well-known rock band in the 1990s. The band’s music style is known as “grunge,” which became popular in the 1990s with the success of Soundgarden and other bands like Pearl Jam and Nirvana.
The music style started in Seattle, Washington.
Cornell was known for having one of the best voices in rock music. It was featured on Soundgarden’s most successful songs, including “Black Hole Sun,” “Spoonman,” and “Fell on Black Days”
People have been reacting to his death on social media.
Fans wrote comments under the band’s YouTube videos after the news of Cornell’s death. On the “Fell on Black Days” video, one fan wrote: “Fitting song for today. Rest in Peace, Chris.”
Many people talked about how many good songs came out in the early 1990s, including those from Soundgarden.
Late in the day Thursday, Detroit police confirmed [that] Cornell committed suicide.
Many musicians used social media to express their sadness.
Gavin Rossdale of Bush, Dave Navarro of Jane’s Addiction and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin all wrote about Cornell.
Conservatives, including Trump, were quick to slam former President Barack Obama in 2012 when it appeared he bowed to then-Saudi leader King Abdullah at a G-20 summit. Obama and former President George W. Bush have both received the medal Trump accepted Saturday.
If celebrities’ comments were anything to go by in the run-up to the election, we were led to believe there’d be a barrage of “for sale” signs popping up outside some of L.A. and Manhattan’s most luxurious homes.
Amy Schumer said in September that Spain would be her destination of choice, Lena Dunham was planning a Vancouver move and Miley Cyrus also promised to leave, but didn’t specify where she’d go.
Others, who made similar comments, include Bryan Cranston, Chelsea Handler, Samuel L. Jackson, Ne-Yo and Barbra Streisand.
However, since Donald Trump’s stunning win on Tuesday, a few have already come out to say their comments weren’t serious or that they have decided to stay following Hillary Clinton’s gracious concession speech.