Fidel Castro died and people won’t stop talking about Liam Neeson

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After former Cuban leader, Fidel Castro, passed away on Friday, people thought it would be the perfect time to discuss his uncanny resemblance to actor, Liam Neeson.

Following the news, side-by-side shots of Castro and Neeson began flooding social media, as did jokes of Neeson’s shoo-in role as the lead in a future Fidel Castro biopic.

Seriously, people couldn’t stop talking about the facial similarities the former Cuban President shared with Bryan Mills from Taken, Jedi master Qui-Gon Jinn from Star Wars: Episode IThe Phantom Menace and of course, that sweet dad from Love Actually. Read more…

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Obama and Trump’s opposite reactions to Fidel Castro’s death caught the internet’s ire

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Politicians and leaders around the world are reacting to the news that former Cuban leader, Fidel Castro, passed away on Friday.

Saturday morning, President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump released very different statements on the death of 90-year-old Castro, both of which came under fire on social media.

Many Republicans have expressed their feelings that Obama’s statement is far too soft, while others are mocking Trump for taking the time to focus on his endorsements in his much harsher statement about Castro.

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