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Several members of the cast were seen holding scripts as they made their way around the set in the Georgia major city. In Coming 2 America, Eddie is reprising his role as Akeem as he learns he has a long-lost son in the United States a street-savvy Queens native named Lavelle and must return to America to meet the unlikely heir to the throne of Zamunda. Following his dying father's wishes, Akeem will try to find the young man and groom him to be the next prince of Zamunda as he himself ascends the throne as king.
It was revealed this week that Shari Headley would be joining Eddie in the highly anticipated follow-up. The year-old actress will reprise her role from the first movie as Lisa McDowell, the love interest and eventual wife of Eddie's character. Vanessa Bell Calloway will also return to play Iman Izzi, Akeem's bride to be, arranged by his father.
Layne will play his daughter in the movie, while Snipes will portray General Izzi, the leader of a nation that's neighbor to Zamunda, according to THR. Eddie previously said in a statement: 'After many years of anticipation, I'm thrilled that Coming to America 2 is officially moving forward.
We've assembled a great team that will be led by Craig Brewer, who just did an amazing job on Dolemite [Is My Name], and I'm looking forward to bringing all these classic and beloved characters back to the big screen.
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Most ex-presidents have practiced post—White House reticence, eschewing politics in deference to their successors. If Trump loses the election narrowly, Republicans will likely contain their state-level losses—maintaining their ability to protect and possibly build on the gains from gerrymandering and voter suppression that they scored after This will tempt Republicans to continue trying to win not by convincing majorities of voters but by exploiting the anti-majoritarian features of the American political system.
In earlier times, the anti-majoritarian bias of the U. If John Kerry had won a few more votes in Ohio in , he would have won the presidency despite losing the popular vote to George W. But over the past decade, the anti-majoritarian bias has all flowed one way. Democratic votes systematically count for less than Republican votes at every level, from the presidency to the state legislature. If Trump loses badly enough, he might find himself suddenly shunned and discredited by his own party. The leading Democrats of have offered expensive plans for progressive reform. But under current fiscal and political conditions, a costly progressive agenda stands little chance of being enacted.
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Medicare for All? Student-debt relief? Republicans will be locked in payback mode; even Republicans who never much liked Trump will feel entitled to do anything and everything to inflict retribution upon the party that dared try to impeach him. As President Obama discovered, the bully pulpit is not what it used to be. Even after Obama won a thumping national victory in , senators from Texas, Kentucky, Alabama, Idaho, and Oklahoma understandably felt immune to his pressure and exhortations, given that people in their states had voted heavily against him.
So what will a Democratic president do when his or her agenda gets blocked by an unrepresentative Senate? He or she will turn to things that can be done cheaply and without Congress. Presidents can do a lot by executive order. Obama imposed the first restrictions on greenhouse-gas emissions by executive order, although only after he won permission from the U. Supreme Court. But executive orders cannot appropriate new money. They cannot enact new spending programs.
What they can do is jab at the most contentious issues in American politics. The progressive agenda could command a majority in the country.
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The woke agenda excites only committed liberals. A majority of Americans say they would support a single-payer health plan, and a majority of registered voters say they would support some debt forgiveness for lower-income students, according to a Quinnipiac University poll. These numbers would likely shrink as voters confronted costs and trade-offs, of course, but at least they start big. Fewer than 30 percent of Americans favor removing Confederate statues from public places.
Only about one-quarter of the country wants immigration levels to rise. Only one-quarter favors abolishing ICE.
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The answer may depend on what lessons the Democrats have learned from Republican behavior during the Obama and Trump years. Since , Democrats have watched their opponents crash through norm after norm, taboo after taboo. They watched Republicans push the country to the verge of national default in in order to impose their budgetary preferences on the president.
They watched the Republicans engage in blatant racial gerrymandering in North Carolina and other states—and then watched the Supreme Court in strike down a crucial section of the Voting Rights Act. They watched a Senate majority refuse to even schedule a vote on a Supreme Court nominee in Or will they conclude that with opponents like these and with rules that are stacked against them, norms are for suckers? If neither side abides by the rules of democracy, then democracy effectively ceases to exist.
Recent experiments by political scientists have shown that a shockingly large percentage of Americans of both political parties are willing to countenance the violation of democratic rules and norms in service of advancing their partisan interests. Likely it has always been thus.