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Ellen DeGeneres is up-to-the-Twitter-mob, protect will appear with a “friend” of George W. Bush”.

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The daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres took a stand against a Twitter mob after receiving backlash for appearing in a game, next to former President George W. Bush, who they call a friend.”

During her opening monologue on Monday, DeGeneres told the audience that she and Portia de Rossi have been invited to a Dallas Cowboys game, by Charlotte Smith, the daughter of Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones.

She appeared in the suite’s sitting next to george w. Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush.

“When we were invited to attend, I became aware of the fact that I was going to have to be surrounded by people from a wide variety of opinions and beliefs. And I’m not talking about the politics… I was rooting for the Packers,” DeGeneres joked. “So, I had to hide my cheese hat on in Portia’s pocket.”

However, DeGeneres is faced with heavy criticism on social media for appearing alongside the Bush.

“People were upset,” said DeGeneres. “They thought,” why is a gay man of Hollywood is liberal in a conservative, Republican president?… A lot of people were upset. And they did what people do when they’re angry… they’re long.”

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In the comic, than it is to read a tweet, “Ellen”, and George Bush together makes me believe in America again.” And the crowd applauded.

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“Here’s the thing: I’m good friends with George Bush. In fact, I’m friends with a lot of people who don’t share the same beliefs that I do,” DeGeneres continued. “We are all different, and I think that we’ve forgotten that it’s okay that we’re different… but just because I don’t agree with someone on everything doesn’t mean that I’m not going to be friends with them.”

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“As I was saying, ‘Be kind to one another,” and I don’t mean just the people who think the same way you do. I mean, be kind to everyone. It doesn’t matter.

DeGeneres concluded with the words of thanks, of Charlotte, and Jerry Jones as well as George and Laura Bush for a Sunday afternoon it was so much fun,” but added that, due to his or her so-called “six bucks for nachos.”

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