1. Inside Trump’s foreign policy team
The big question at the Singapore summit this week is whether President Trump and Kim Jong Un will hit it off — and maybe even reach some sort of deal.
But the results also may provide an answer to another question: What sort of juice does national security adviser John Bolton have with the president these days?
Bloomberg’s Margaret Talev says she’s watching the dynamics within Trump’s foreign policy team.
Tony Awards 2018 highlights:
Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles, who co-hosted the awards show, kicked things off with a piano duet in which they poked fun at the fact that neither of them have won Tony or Grammy Awards.
“Neither one of us has ever won anything. So this is for the people who lose,” the hosts sang.
Both have made their Broadway debuts, Groban in 2016’s “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812,” and Bareilles in 2017’s “Waitress.”
Andrew Garfield gave a passionate speech while accepting the award for lead actor in a play for his work in “Angels in America. He referenced a recent Supreme Court decision relating to a Colorado baker to who declined to make a cake for a same-sex wedding.
Actor Jackson Odell of TV’s ‘Goldbergs’ found dead at 20:
An autopsy has not been performed, the office said.
Odell played Ari Caldwell on the TV sitcom “The Goldbergs,” according to IMDB.com
, and played Ted Durkas on two episodes of “Modern Family.”
“He will always be a shining light and a brilliant, loving and talented soul,” Odell’s famly said Sunday on Twitter. “He had so much more to share. Our family will always carry that truth forward. Our wish is that the rest of the world who knew and loved him does as well.”
Priyanka Chopra apologizes over ‘Quantico’ episode:
There was immediate backlash regarding the “The Blood of Romeo” episode of the popular drama, which stars Priyanka Chopra as former FBI/CIA agent Alex Parrish.
Chopra, who is Indian, is the first Bollywood actress to land a leading role in a prime-time American television show.
On Saturday, she tweeted an apology about the episode.
“I’m extremely saddened and sorry that some sentiments have been hurt by a recent episode of Quantico,” the tweet read. “That was not and would never be my intention. I sincerely apologise. I’m a proud Indian and that will never change.”
Burner Accounts 101: Experts Tell How to Keep Your Fake Twitter Account Hidden:
Sixers president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo isn’t the first public figure to allegedly get caught slipping on social media, and he won’t be the last—though the output from the five burner Twitter accounts described in a report by The Ringer was much more damning than most online snafus. There are numerous stories about athletes’ attempted seductions via DM (beware the screenshot). And there was the time Warriors coach Steve Kerr tweeted a criticism of the NBA seemingly intended for a direct message.
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