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Analysis: Politics in pop culture needs a time-out

January 14, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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If there is one thing the people of a beleaguered, weary and divided America could probably agree on right now, it would be the collective need for a break from politics.

(CNN)If there is one thing the people of a beleaguered, weary and divided America could probably agree on right now, it would be the collective need for a break from politics.

Kamala Harris: The vice president-elect is on the cover of the new issue of Vogue magazine, and some people aren't happy with the cover image.

Arnold Schwarzenegger: The "Terminator" star and former governor of California took Donald Trump to task following the deadly storming of the Capitol in Washington, DC, by a group of the President's supporters.

Schwarzenegger posted a video on social media in which he said "President Trump is a failed leader.

That's because the singer tweeted an invite for his followers to come to Parler, the social media platform favored by the far-right.

His mentions sparked plenty of anger and disappointment, with some expressing that they were done supporting the singer, while others argued Littrell had a right to his political opinions.

But in the painful days we have already endured, with sadly more probably to come, it would be nice if pop culture could offer more of a distraction that many of us need right now.

"One Night in Miami" starts streaming Friday on Amazon Prime.

New York City always felt like one of the cast members -- and the Big Apple is definitely not the same.

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