In 2015, the line between politics and entertainment has become blurred beyond the point of recognition, and we're not just talking about the fact that Donald Trump will host Saturday Night Live next month.

We're still more than a year away from deciding who will become POTUS number 45, and celebs are already backing their favorite hopefuls - and making idiotic statements about the candidates they don't support.

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If you like toupee jokes and pursed-lipped statements of intellectual superiority, then you're in luck!

NBC announced today that presidential candidate and long-lost, Upper East Side cousin of Yosemite Sam, Donald Trump will be hosting Saturday Night Live on November 7.

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As Donald Trump's schoolyard bully with a red panda-pelt toupee schtick begins to wear thin, his support is waning, and former celebrities in particular are eager to distance themselves from the Donald's formerly huuuuuuge campaign.

Yesterday, Tom Brady spoke out on Trump, clarifying that he was totally just kidding, you guys, when he announced his support for the candidate. (It was the kind of scrambling Brady rarely has to do on the field.)

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By now, you're probably familiar with the story of Kim Davis, but in case you've been avoiding all media for fear of being traumatized by witnessing Donald Trump's inevitable coronary event, allow us to fill you in:

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Speaker of the House John Boehner announced moments ago that he intends to step down from his position and retire from Congress at the end of October.

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He may have all the stage presence of a can of Spam and the same bigoted views on Muslims as your drunk uncle, but it seems Ben Carson has been making some undeniably smart decisions during his presidential campaign.

For example, he refuses to have anything to do with Kanye West. We know this because Kanye West said so.

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