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Hannibal Buress was arrested in Miami on Saturday night “on a disorderly intoxication charge,” according to  The Miami Herald. A video reportedly shows Buress being arrested for trespassing around 10:30 p.m. in Wynwood. Cops, however, were being quiet about what initially led to Buress being handcuffed, according to the Herald.

It looks like Atlanta FX may return to television screens sooner than fans may have expected. The season two premiere will air February 2018, according to an Instagram post shared by Lakeith Stanfield on December 10.  This date, however, has not been vetted. A representative for FX said the date hasn’t been officially announced and declined to confirm Stanfield’s Instagram post, according to Pitchfork.

In November, the show’s directors were reportedly scouting fresh faces for the forthcoming season.

Trump wants to have a Washington Post reporter fired for a “misleading” tweet regarding the crowd size at his Florida rally on Friday.

The reporter Dave Weigel posted a picture of an arena with several empty seats, but later deleted the tweet after learning that the venue had not yet been filled to capacity, the New  York Times reported. Trump let his Twitter fingers loose once again and ripped Weigel for the tweet.

A statement was offered by Washington Post spokeswoman Kristine Coratti Kelly about the incident: “Dave Weigel relied on an inaccurate image in tweeting about President Trump’s rally in Pensacola. When others pointed out the mistake to Weigel, he quickly deleted the tweet. And when he was later addressed by the president on Twitter, he promptly apologized for it.”

The president’s campaign against Weigel was his latest attempt to go after media sources.


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