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The actor has been a regular in Hollywood and is working on a new movie, Snopes said. White House counselor Kellyanne Conway last week praised a Twitter post from a fake Mike Pence account, according to Newsweek. Conway wrote, “@VP calls out sexism and shows what it means to be pro-woman,” after a post from the imitation Mike Pence account slammed a CNN editor for being sexist, Newsweek said. On Twitter, CNN’s Chris Cillizza had posted a photo of Amy Coney Barrett and said, “If you believe Trump makes decisions based on image and appearance (and he does), then here’s the next Supreme Court Justice.” That was retweeted by the fake @MikePenceVP, which listed Barrett’s credentials and derided Cillizza. Pence has two active Twitter accounts. There are many other accounts named for the vice president run by fans and those spoofing him, Newsweek reported. A photo showing a bag of sugar labeled “sugar free” recently made the rounds on social media. The image has been around since 2013 but found a new audience in April when it was posted by the “You Had One Job” Twitter account, according to Snopes.com . The photo is of a real bag of Publix brand sugar, with the “sugar free” label digitally added to the image, Snopes said. The “sugar free” label used can be found on stock photography websites, Snopes said.
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