The pair were looking quite cozy on that jet ski and it looks like Mahone has moved on from his ex-girlfriend after all.It could all just be innocent fun, but photographers are most likely going to keep an eye on this possible couple.She is Episcopalian and a member of the Federalist Society.
) Sanders will be joining the requisite Kardashian (well, a Jenner, anyway), the stars of Comedy Central’s cult hit “Broad City,” and even an aristocrat: Lady Mary Crawley (er, that would be “Downton Abbey” actress Michelle Dockery) at the April 30 dinner. David Thorne, former Ambassador of Italy and Senior Adviser to the Secretary of State Walter Isaacson, writer, “Steve Jobs” The Boston Globe: Mark Ruffalo, actor, “Spotlight” Rachel Mc Adams, actress, “Spotlight” Mike Rezendes, Boston Globe spotlight reporter Sacha Pfeiffer, Boston Globe spotlight reporter Walter Robinson, Boston Globe editor at large Matt Carroll, Boston Globe spotlight reporter Tom Mc Carthy, director, “Spotlight” Josh Singer, screenwriter, “Spotlight” John Henry, Boston Globe, owner and publisher (and owner of Boston Red Sox and Liverpool FC) Linda Pizzuti Henry, Boston Globe, owner and Managing Director Tracy Jan, Boston Globe, national politics reporter Annie Linskey, Boston Globe, national politics reporter Victoria Mc Grane, Boston Globe, national politics reporter Christopher Rowland, Boston Globe, Washington D. bureau chief Matt Viser, Boston Globe, national politics reporter The Washington Blade: Ne Ne Leakes, reality TV star, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” Melissa Harris-Perry, writer/political commentator, former host of MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” People: Jenna Fischer, actress, “The Office” Nyle Di Marco, model, winner of “America’s Next Top Model” and current contestant on “Dancing With the Stars” [A ‘Dancing With the Stars’ contestant is vying for a White House Correspondents’ Dinner invite] USA TODAY: Gabrielle Union, actress, “Being Mary Jane” John Wall, athlete, Washington Wizards Kendall Jenner, model Miles Teller, actor, “Divergent” Wendi Mclendon-Covey, actress/comedian, “The Goldbergs” Rosario Dawson, actress, “Daredevil” Neve Campbell, actress, “House of Cards” Thomson Reuters: Liz Allen, White House, deputy communications director Kristie Canegallo, White House deputy chief of staff Deesha Dyer, White House, social secretary Cecelia Munoz, White House, assistant to the president and director of the domestic policy council Michael Kelly, actor, “House of Cards” Illana Glazer, creator, executive producer and actress, Comedy Central’s “Broad City” Abbi Jacobson, creator, executive producer and actress, Comedy Central’s “Broad City” Michelle Dockery, actress, “Downton Abbey” Von Miller, Denver Broncos linebacker, Super Bowl MVP Odell Beckham, Jr., New York Giants wide receiver FOX News: Vivica A.
Photographer: Drew Angerer/Bloomberg In an interesting role-reversal, Donald Trump declined his invitation to the glitzy event while Bernie Sanders has decided to take a night off the campaign trail to dine with Washington’s elite (wait, we thought he doesn’t even own a tux?
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