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Lionel Richie considers boycotting the Kennedy Center Honors under Trump

The Kennedy Center Honors have always been about prestige, not politics — but this year, as the newest batch of honorees ponder the first such celebration to be held under the Trump administration, several are finding it difficult to set politics aside. During an appearance on the “Today” show Tuesday, singer-songwriter Lionel Richie became the latest 2017 Kennedy Center Honoree to vo
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