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Newsmax’s Greg Kelly Defended Trump As The ‘Least Racist Person’ Ever Because He Took Photos With Michael Jackson And Snoop Dogg

In 2015, Donald Trump called himself “the least racist person you’ve ever met.” In 2018, in response to a report that he referred to Haiti and African nations as “sh*thole countries,” Trump said, “I am the least racist person you have ever interviewed.” In 2020, in a debate with Joe Biden, Trump… you can guess where this is going. The only people who have to defend themselves this hard against accusations of racism are, usually, racists, but Newsmax weirdo Greg Kelly thinks that’s obviously not the case with Trump.
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Newsmax anchor Greg Kelly snags $5.2M co-op on Upper East Side

TV personality Greg Kelly, the Newsmax anchor, and his wife Judith Grey, an advertising creative director, recently bought an Upper East Side home for $5.26 million, according to property records. The stunning co-op is on East 61st Street, a 17-story brick and limestone building dating back to 1951 known as Carlton House. The three-bedroom, 3½-bath unit is 2,371 square feet. It was last asking $5.49 million, down from its original $7.6 million ask in 2013. It comes with a hefty $8,772 monthly maintenance bill. The unit opens to a foyer and leads to an entertaining space overlooking Madison Avenue. There’s a...

Former Nissan executive Greg Kelly returning to Tennessee

Kelly was arrested in Japan in 2018 after being accused of underreporting the earnings of his boss. Former Nissan executive Greg Kelly returning to Tennessee. Woman beaten, strangled to death at Nashville apartment. Police working to identify car burglar who shot Nashville …. Fear at family fun center. This Week...

Newsmax Host Greg Kelly Is Sad About What’s Happening In Ukraine, But He’s Mad That Gas Prices Are Higher

Greg Kelly is, was, and will always be a bit of a nincompoop. The Newsmax host (who likely stumbled into a career in television with some help from his dad, former New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly) has what might be one of the most tone-deaf takes on the Russia Ukraine War, which he unfortunately shared on Tuesday’s episode of Greg Kelly Reports. And what Greg Kelly Reports is that while the situation in Ukraine is indeed sad—what with innocent citizens being ruthlessly attacked and killed, while others are being forced to flee their homes and even leave family behind—what really gets him going is that Americans are now having to pay more at the pump.

Ex-Nissan executive Greg Kelly found guilty of aiding boss Carlos Ghosn

A former Nissan executive, Greg Kelly, has been found guilty in a Japanese court of helping the carmaker’s former chief executive Carlos Ghosn underreport his pay. Mr Kelly, a 64-year-old lawyer from the US, has been sentenced to six months in prison, suspended for three years, after he was arrested in November 2018.

Former Nissan Exec Greg Kelly Receives Suspended Sentence in Ghosn Case

The subject of former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's incarceration and eventual escape from Japanese officials is one of those weird, almost larger-than-life stories, and that makes it easy to forget that frequently other people get caught up in a whirlwind. Take, for example, former Nissan executive Greg Kelly, who got busted on a business trip to Japan on charges that he helped Ghosn hide more than $80 million.

Tokyo court gives ex-Nissan exec Greg Kelly a suspended sentence

TOKYO — A Tokyo court gave Greg Kelly, a former American executive at Nissan Motor charged with underreporting his boss Carlos Ghosn’s pay, a 6-month suspended sentence. The verdict announced Thursday will allow Kelly to return to the U.S. immediately. Kelly was arrested in November 2018 at the...