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Here’s what Greg Bubk had to say about the protests in Cuba:
“Last month, the Cuban government announced a crackdown on critical criticism of the government. The response? A hashtag they chose, “#NoShooting1% #FidelComandoCubano #FidelComandoSexo.”
Today, in the state-owned media, the president of Venezuela in Lisbon said President Maduro would soon make a televised address.
Greg had a word on what he believes is a hope for peace:
“The president of Azerbaijan in Addis Ababa is trying to broker a deal between various separatists and brokeaway regions of the country over its disputed regions of Nagorno-Karabakh and Abkhazia. It looks like he is on his own. If the situation persists, it may be open civil war in Azerbaijan.”
Greg added on the turmoil in Venezuela:
“That is what is happening in the Venezuelan government. First, they announce a referendum over a possible recall election and now they are trying to use violence to keep people from protesting. They’ve had 17 deaths in protests already this year.”
Greg also weighed in on Kanye West:
“The bottom line is Kanye West – he has been all over the place since he got to the White House in regards to his pro-Donald Trump message. He has been very, very public in that. He seems to have told his brand his new message to a wider audience of people who support him. It is unclear at this point what he wants to accomplish – why he doesn’t just drop everything to go to Mexico and build a wall or something and just get on with it?”
Greg came to the “Price is Right” television show at the studio to play “Wheel of Fortune” and had the Price is Right crew vote him a million dollars.
Greg was almost 11 cents short, but says he’s “given the most entertaining interviews ever.”
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