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Andy Cohen makes Kelly Ripa and Anderson Cooper's assistants play Truth or Drink

Andy Cohen got Kelly Ripa and Anderson Cooper’s assistants to fess up some secrets about their bosses in a game of Truth or Drink on Watch What Happens Live Wednesday night.

After a random question about their bosses appeared on screen, each assistant had the choice to answer or take a drink. Ripa’s assistant is pregnant so Ripa was taking her drinks on her behalf.

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Melania Trump on dredging up Bill Clinton's past: 'They started'

In her first interviews since 2005 video of Donald Trump making graphic comments about women was unearthed, Melania Trump blamed former Access Hollywood host Billy Bush for encouraging the GOP nominee to make the controversial remarks, and also said it was fair game for Donald to invoke Bill Clinton’s past as part of his campaign.

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See Kelly Ripa and Anderson Cooper recreate a Grease moment

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Kelly Ripa and Anderson Cooper turned into the real life version of Grease’s Sandy Olsson and Danny Zuko on Friday.

While backstage on the Live with Kelly set, the two TV hosts recreated their own version of the iconic hand jive number from the 1978 musical comedy.

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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's presidential debate moderators announced

When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump come face-to-face at the presidential debates this fall, they’ll field questions from a group of familiar faces. On Friday, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced the journalists who have been selected to moderate the three political events.

Kicking off the series of debates on Monday, Sept. 26, Lester Holt, anchor of NBC Nightly News, will moderate Clinton and Trump’s first match at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.

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GOP strategist calls Trump a 'loud-mouthed d---' live on CNN

Political consultant Liz Mair, currently serving as a spokesperson for a Republican group that supports Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, didn’t mince her recent words about GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, reducing her opinion of him to a choice four-letter word.

CNN’s Anderson Cooper asked Mair on Wednesday if she’s “lost hope that the GOP can reign Trump in to be more traditional, or at least more disciplined?” She had no optimism.

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The moment Gloria Vanderbilt drops a bombshell about her lesbian relationship on son Anderson Cooper

Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt have written a book together and they are the subjects of an upcoming documentary, but there are still things the mother-son duo don’t know about each other.

In a recent interview with PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly editorial director Jess Cagle, Cooper, 48, learned that his mother, 91, was once in a same-sex relationship.

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Why Anderson Cooper won't inherit any of the Vanderbilt fortune

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Anderson Cooper comes from American royalty, but says he won’t ever see part of the Vanderbilt family’s lavish fortune – which he’s totally okay with.

Sitting alongside his mother Gloria Vanderbilt in a recent interview with PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly editorial director Jess Cagle, the journalist revealed that he was told by his parents at a young age that he wouldn’t receive an inheritance.

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How Anderson Cooper & Gloria Vanderbilt coped after suicide of beloved brother and son, Carter Cooper

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It’s been 28 years since Carter Cooper’s death by suicide at age 23, but brother Anderson Cooper and mom Gloria Vanderbilt say they have still not achieved closure – and actually detest that word.

“The most terrible word in the English language, ‘closure,’” Vanderbilt, 92, says in a recent interview with PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly editorial director Jess Cagle.

“It doesn’t exist. There’s no such thing,” adds Cooper, 48.

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