Actor apologizes for using N-word during panel discussion
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Oscar-nominated actor Viggo Mortensen apologized for using the N-word during a panel discussion Wednesday following the screening of his new film "Green Book."
"For instance, no one says N— anymore," he said.
Dick Schulz, a Film Independent member and freelance director, said he was present at the screening in a tweet and that the "oxygen immediately left the room" after Mortensen’s comment.
"It was all anyone was talking about when we left the theater," Schulz said. "I was hearing everybody passing by me going up the stairs going, 'That was crazy!'"
In "Green Book," Mortensen plays a bouncer hired by famed African-American pianist, Don Shirley, to serve as his driver and security during a 1960s tour of the Jim Crow-era South.
The movie title references "The Negro Motorist Green Book," which served as a travel guide for African-Americans traveling in the South during segregation by listing friendly and whites-only hotels, restaurants and other businesses.
"In making the point that many people casually used the 'N' word at the time in which the movie's story takes place, in 1962, I used the full word," Mortensen said in a statement to THR. "Although my intention was to speak strongly against racism, I have no right to even imagine the hurt that is caused by hearing that word in any context, especially from a white man."
According to Schulz, Mortensen responded to a question directed at another panelist and quickly went downhill from there.
"Viggo just started talking, and it got away from him quickly," Schulz said. "And that's when he went, 'I'm gonna go off on a tangent here, but it's important, and I don't like saying the word," before uttering the word.
The incident follows a former Netflix communication executive who said the N-word during a company meeting in the context of explaining why it shouldn’t be said.
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November 09, 2018
ritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes. </p><p>Sarah Jessica Parker knows exactly where Carrie Bradshaw would be today.</p><p>The 53-year-old actress, still recognized for playing the iconic New York City columnist who has a love affair with Manolos, admitted she knows the next chapter to the popular franchise, one that may not be told anytime soon.</p><p>“I know where it is,” Parker told Fox News about where she saw “Sex and the City” and its heroine heading. “I read the script. It’s fantastic… It was great, it was beautiful. But I sadly can’t say. But I know where [Carrie] was headed and I know where all [the characters] were headed. It was wonderful.”</p><p>In fact, she’s currently starring in “Here and Now” as Vivienne, a renowned jazz vocalist preparing to release a new album only to receive a grim health diagnosis. She appears in the drama alongside veteran star Jacqueline Bisset who plays her meddling mother Jeanne. The 74-year-old told Fox News she was pleased to see Parker as the actress and the woman, not just the celebrated fashion icon.</p><p>“I’m very touched by that,” said Parker about the former Bond girl’s praise. “We so wanted her to do this movie and it was a huge, huge deal to us when she arrived. I take myself seriously as an actor, so I’m always happy to know that I’m seen that way because it means a great deal to me. I’m very touched by that.”</p><p>“Here and Now" is also set in New York City, a place where Parker happily calls home with her husband, actor Matthew Broderick, and their three children. Parker said she isn’t certain if living far away from Hollywood makes her a better performer, but added she’s proud to call the city home.</p><p>“I chose to live here became I’m from here and my family is here,” she explained. “My husband was born and raised here and it’s a city for me that is rich in ideas and culture, storytelling, publishing, architecture. And we get to be on the street all the time I get to be among my neighbors and in my community.</p><p>“I’m interacting and having exchanges with people all day long. So for me, it just feels like it’s the right way for me to know what’s happening, to have a life where I can observe and be a participant…  And so, it’s just what I prefer. That’s the way I get to be in the world and witness life.”</p><p>The setting for “Here and Now” was welcoming and familiar to Parker, but its plotline does hit close to home. Parker shared that many years prior, she lost a friend very dear to her from glioblastoma, the same aggressive brain tumor Vivienne is faced with.</p><p>“I didn’t think about that a great deal while I was doing this movie because those circumstances, it would have been distracting,” admitted Parker. “Vivienne has her own story and it’s specific and unique to her. I mentioned it only because I had witnessed [the] diagnosis and the life of that very particular illness.</p><p>“I will say, the week that we started shooting was the week that Senator McCain announced his diagnosis as well, so that was obviously very meaningful. It was really impactful to hear how the human being, a live person, shared that information because it’s devastating, that diagnosis.</p><p>"I think the thing that surprised me the most was just how available the emotions were that I needed, that I felt were necessary. I didn’t really understand how I was going to manage that… I didn’t know how that was going to be realized. But I think what surprised me is that it was all very accessible. I give credit to our director [Fabien Constant] for creating an environment that was so hospitable to creativity and comfort.”</p><p>“Here and Now” was shot in 16 days, but Parker was grateful for the experience to work with a supportive cast, which also included Renee Zellweger.</p><p>“She was only there for a day… But she was absolutely fantastic,” Parker recalled. “As was everybody. She came in, she delivered everything that we wanted, that was needed and far more. She was lovely and spirited … What was so nice about it, that had been our experience the entire time… Everybody was just amazing… And Renee certainly was just a wonderful way for us to wrap the movie.”</p><p>Director Fabien Constant also told Fox News there was no doubt Parker was perfect for the role.</p><p>“Playing a woman processing such difficult news is the hardest thing to play,” he explained. “You … have to deliver your lines, to react to the other actors, but still be consumed inside by the devastating news. And that is something I still admire so much when I watch the movie — how much she is quietly devastated, muted, consuming herself from inside. No big effusions here. Watching her burning from inside was truly heartbreaking for me.”</p><p>Now that filming is over, Parker is on to the next challenge. She teased a collaboration between herself and Broderick, 56, one that may touch on her musical roots. She’s also a proud hands-on parent but strongly believes there are stories of other women in the United States that are just as worthy to be told.</p><p>“I don’t expect balance and I don’t think it’s terrifically inspiring that I’m able to have the sort of professional life that I get to have,” she said. “I think… we should be focusing on… the single parents, mothers or fathers, who are parenting and working two and three jobs and doing their very best to provide their child with all the opportunities that they think will allow for them a richer life. The women and men who don’t have the resources to have the child care they need and feel good about and feel comfortable leaving their children in. That work, just unbelievable determination to provide and give shelter and have real concerns about… how we are supporting our schools, the kind of access to affordable health care.</p><p>“I think it’s not so amazing that I can find, or even desire, balance in my life. I think more so are the millions and millions of working mothers in this country who are managing to do far more than I am with far [fewer] resources. Those are the women I feel we should be paying attention to and doing more for.”</p><p>This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.</p>
at Lee “did pass away this morning in Los Angeles.” </p><p> Lee was an innovator and his work with Marvel Comics was groundbreaking, no more so than as in recent years with movies dominating the box offices involving his most prized characters such as Spider-Man, The Avengers and X-Men. </p><p> In 1941, he made his comic debut writing a Captain America book, and used the pseudonym "Stan Lee" for the first time. But it wasn't until late 1950s when Lee struck out on his own, creating superheroes for what is now Marvel Comics, and giving them human flaws, something that hadn't been seen in the comic realm. </p><p> Before Lee, heroes like Superman in competitor DC Comics were nearly perfect and didn't have the same concerns as ordinary people. Lee changed that with characters like Spider-Man, who debuted in 1962. Peter Parker, Spider-Man's alter ego, was a lonely high school student, and one with whom readers could identify. Other characters created by Lee during this time include the Fantastic Four, The Avengers, Iron Man and the Incredible Hulk. </p><p> But it was always Parker with whom Lee said he related to most. </p><p> Timely Comics became Marvel in the early 1960s. Lee would serve as Marvel's editor-in-chief until 1972, when he became publisher. His books tackled the news of the day, including politics and the Vietnam War, also something not really touched on in comics before. Lee helped to create comics' first mainstream black superhero in 1966 with Black Panther and brought awareness to teen drug use with Spider-Man books in the 1970s. He also created strong female superheroes like She-Hulk, always drawing influence from his beloved wife Joan Clayton Boocock Lee, to whom he was married for more than 60 years before her death last year. </p><p> Though he became more of a figurehead in later years, Lee, who developed the catchphrase, ""Excelsior!" also became a cult icon. Starting in 1989, he made one of his first cameos in "The Trial of the Incredible Hulk," and he went on to be featured in every Marvel movie following 2000s "X-Men," including "Spider-Man" in 2002, the "Fantastic Four" and "Iron Man" in 2008. </p><p> In 2010, a movie was made about his life, "With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story." It featured actors Kenneth Branagh, Nicolas Cage, Michael Chiklis and Kirsten Dunst, among others. He also received many honors throughout his career: In 1994, he was inducted into the Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame and the next year, the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame. In 2008, he was awarded a National Medal of Arts, and last summer, he was named a Disney Legend and immortalized his hands, feet and signature in cement at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. </p>
Brothers. He played the lovable, if naive, Delmar O'Donnell alongside George Clooney and John Tuttoro. But the experience in filming Buster Scruggs, nearly two decades later, was of course different.</p><p>"Really the only differences had to do with the fact that I spent so much time by myself on this film.</p><p>"What one doesn't want to do with Joel and Ethan is disappoint them," Nelson said, "because they're so expansively generous as people, and they are so warm and so preternaturally decent that the last thing you want to do is fall short.</p><p>"So I was a little less worried about that this time because I'd been around them so much before."</p><p>In Melling's vignette, he stars alongside Liam Neeson, and yet the two barely share any lines.</p><p>Despite this, their relationship is fraught and simmering with tension.</p><p>Melling recalled Neeson sending him an email, inviting him to hang out.</p><p>The pair met in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where The Ballad of Buster Scruggs was filmed.</p><p>"We talked about who we thought each other was and took it from there - not heavy backstory fleshing out, more so getting to know each other.</p><p>"So much of it does live in the silences and coming to terms with the fact that these people are so dependent on each other - trying to get my head around that - and we gently built it up from there."</p><p>Nelson himself didn't have to do much fleshing out of Buster Scruggs either.</p><p>"I didn't have to add any words or skills, that was taken care of by Joel and Ethan.</p><p>What was most difficult in terms of filling in was to make him so much of an expert at everything that it felt easy.</p><p>everything needed to feel like it was done with the left hand, so familiar and that' what they wanted.</p><p>I remember one day I decided I wanted to 'come up with' this word that they'd written, in other words as the actor, have the character *find* the right word.</p><p>And Ethan said 'no, he doesn't have to find the word, he just has it.'</p><p>That was true about everything Buster Scruggs did, and that was demanding - in a good way."</p><p>Melling's nuance and Nelson's expressiveness each come to life in their respective stories, making The Ballad of Buster Scruggs come alive.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
aim back in October, but there's one issue that Rockstar definitely needs to address in the future.</p><p>One of the few complaints about Red Dead 2 is that character movement feels a tad sluggish.</p><p>Fans have complained about noticeable input lag, which makes characters harder to manoeuvre on foot.</p><p>The clumsy movement system is especially annoying when you're exploring building interiors looking for supplies.</p><p>And the bad news is that a new video by tech animator Dan Lowe shows that Red Dead 2 isn't as responsive as games like Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Spider-Man and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.</p><p>The games were compared using the same television set and the same hardware.</p><p>Spider-Man was the most responsive third-person game with 3ms, followed by Assassin's Creed Odyssey with 4ms and Uncharted The Lost Legacy with 6ms.</p><p>Lagging behind the rest (pun intended) is Red Dead Redemption 2, which clocks in at 11ms.</p><p>Hopefully Rockstar will improve the lag times with a new update for PS4 and Xbox One, ideally before the release of Red Dead 2 Online.</p><p>Thanks to Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick, fans have a much better idea about when Red Dead 2 Online will launch.</p><p>Giving players enough time to fully complete the story and finish any side quests, Rockstar is said to be planning to release Red Dead Redemption 2 Online at the end of November.</p><p>Speaking to investors, Zelnick said: "It's way too early to talk about Red Dead Redemption 2 Online, it hasn't released yet.</p><p>"It will launch in public beta towards the end of the month and Rockstar will have a lot more to say about it. We're not making any current predictions."</p><p>Zelnick also gave an update about the status of a PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2.</p><p>Unfortunately, however, Zelnick isn't giving much away with regards to a PC release.</p><p>"In terms of ongoing releases, Rockstar will talk about what their intentions are going forward with regard to all upcoming products and that the same would hold true for platform,” he said.</p><p>"So, in this particular instance, I can’t really give you too much clarity, apologies."</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
ming to the PS5.</p><p>Ahead of the PlayStation 5 release date, gamers have discovered a patent filing for a new controller.</p><p>Filed on October 16, the controller shares similarities with the DualShock, only this one features a touchscreen instead of a trackpad.</p><p>The post reads: "A controller for interfacing wirelessly with a computing device is provided, including the following: a housing defined by a main body, a first extension extending from a first end of the main body, and a second extension extending from a second end of the main body.</p><p>"The first extension and the second extension for holding by a first hand and a second hand of a user, respectively; a touchscreen defined along the top surface of the main body between the first extension and the second extension;</p><p>"A first set of buttons disposed on the top surface of the main body proximate to the first extension and on a first side of the touchscreen; and a second set of buttons disposed on the top surface of the main body proximate to the second extension and on a second side of the touchscreen."</p><p>Design can have a big impact on how a console sells, Sony will need to put together a good-looking PS5</p><p>The news comes as EA gives gamers a big clue about what to expect from the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett.</p><p>When the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett release dates finally roll around, fans could be looking at a new way to enjoy PlayStation and Xbox games.</p><p>Speaking to investors, EA CEO Andrew Wilson said that while it was too early to talk about the consoles launching, EA looks forward to embracing cloud technology.</p><p>“I don’t think we’re in a position today to have a conversation about that.</p><p>"But just know that we’ve worked with Microsoft and Sony and Nintendo for many, many years and we look forward to working with them for many, many years more, even if we all collectively seek to move–either some portion of or all of our experiences – to the cloud."</p><p>In terms of a release date, Japanese analyst firm Ace Economic Research Institute believes that the PS5 could launch as early as 2019.</p><p>A potential 2019 release date could, however, be derailed by manufacturing shortages.</p><p>Either way, there's a good possibility we'll find out more about the PS5 at one of next year's big gaming events.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
se’s slate, fans’ attention will be more focused on Brie Larson’s superhero.</p><p>Speaking with Bionic Buzz, Feige teased: “The history of Captain Marvel goes back and is rather confusing.</p><p>“The one we’re doing is based on Carol Danvers and in particular the Kelly Sue DeConnick [comic] run, which has only been around the last few years but is really quite inspirational for us.”</p><p>The comic book writer wrote her run between 2012 and 2015, so it’s a very modern version of the character we’ll be seeing in the movie next year.</p><p>Feige teased: “[I can say] very little when it comes to Eternals, but I will say your reaction about not being familiar with The Eternals is perfect because most people weren’t familiar with Guardians and believe it or not there were people who were not familiar with Avengers or with Iron Man.</p><p>“So for us, it’s finding great stories whether people have heard of them or not and bring them to the big screen in as an amazing way as we can.”</p><p>Yesterday Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee died at 95-years-old, having cameoed across the MCU movies.</p><p>Feige has since paid tribute to the superhero-creating legend.</p><p>“He’s a mythological legend who’s had more energy than me ever since the first day I met him. Part of me thought he would live forever.”</p><p>While they haven’t been released yet Lee did manage to complete his cameos for Captain Marvel and Avengers 4 since they’ve both wrapped filming.</p><p>However, it's not known if he shot his bit for Spider-Man Far From Home.</p><p>Even if he didn’t, Avengers 4 is a conclusion of sorts to the first decade of MCU movies.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
in 1889. There are plenty of horses that can be caught in the wild and there is also a fair selection to buy in the sprawling open-world map. Red Dead Redemption 2 is a challenging game, and the less experienced players may need all the help they can get. For that reason, let Express.co.uk show you how to get the Black Arabian horse in Red Dead Redemption 2.</p><p>The Black Arabian is the best horse in Red Dead Redemption 2.</p><p>The Black Arabian will be a key assert to your chances of success in game, and will be a great addition to any player’s stable.</p><p>The Black Arabian horse is unavailable until Chapter 4 is completed.</p><p>The steed can then be accessed via a stable in Saint Denis.</p><p>This stable is located in the south of the bustling city.</p><p>There are three horses available for purchase in the stable, of which the Black Arabian has the best stats.</p><p>The Black Arabian will set you back a pricey $1,000, however those with an Owner rank of five are entitled to a 25% discount.</p><p>The white-maned Arabian horse is another of the best horses in RDR2.</p><p>The white-maned Arabian is the fastest wild horse that you can get.</p><p>The white-maned Arabian is hidden away in the Northwest of the map and because there’s a lot of snow on the ground, making the beast easy to miss.</p><p>Players can go and find this horse as soon as you’re able to free roam around the map and this is definitely worth doing so early on.</p><p>The horse can be found galloping run around the lake.</p><p>This horse is tricky to tame, so it may need to be followed until it is calm enough for you to approach it.</p><p>Once found, hold down LT/L2 and approach the horse very slowly.</p><p>There is a bar in the bottom right corner – if this begins to deplete, quickly tap X/square to calm the horse down.</p><p>If the horse begins to get agitated you’ll need to slow down or simply stop moving to let it calm down.</p><p>Once you’re close enough you’ll be able to pat your new friend and then mount it.</p><p>Once you’ve mounted the horse, you’ll need to try and break it in.</p><p>Hold in the Left analogue stick and move it in the opposite direction of the horse’s movement to stay balanced.</p><p>If the horse moves forward, hold back, if it moves left, hold right, and so on.</p><p>Players will receive a notification once The white-maned Arabian is successfully broken it.</p><p>You can take it over to your previous horse to put your saddle on it.</p><p>Players should continue to bond with the white-maned Arabian to improve its obedience and performance.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
ritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes. </p><p>Popular country music radio host and "Dancing with the Stars" competitor Bobby Bones said he plans to run for governor of Arkansas after revealing a surprising link to Bill Clinton, who was the state's governor before becoming president.</p><p>"I'm going to run for governor of Arkansas for sure," Bones, 38, told Fox News after Monday night's "DWTS," in which he advanced to next week's finale.</p><p>Bones is a native of Hot Springs, Ark., and was born to a mother who got pregnant at 15. He told Fox News he is shooting for either "2022 and maybe 2026" for a run for governor.</p><p>"I would love to be the governor of Arkansas. That's my home state and I want to show people that it really doesn't matter where you come from, it's where you're looking or where you're going," Bones said. "I want to help people who grew up like I did and give people a chance with education [and then]…hopefully, [become] president." </p><p>When asked if he knows Bill Clinton, Bones smiled, "I do, yeah. My grandmother was best friends with his mom, Virginia Clinton, in Arkansas." </p><p>Bones said he's not a Republican or a Democrat: "I'm in the middle. We're going to see what happens. I'm a registered Independent right now.</p><p>"Here's what I believe: We all have sensibilities that fit with red or blue, and I have some things that I believe on the blue side and some things I believe on the red side. But I'm not committing to one or the other because I'm not strictly red or blue. I don't follow a single person. I follow my ideas. We'll see where that lands. I do believe in the next few years you're going to see this polarization. We're just going to be exhausted of it and I plan to be part of that change."</p><p>Bones' country music fans have propelled him and partner Sharna Burgess to next week's "DWTS" finale despite lackluster scores from the judges.</p><p>The radio host and Burgess will be presenting the vocal duo of the year award at the CMAs this Wednesday night.</p><p>"We’re kind of representing the people that are watching the show, more so than trained Hollywood people," he noted of his "DWTS" stint.</p><p>"Country music fans are so loyal to me and I'm loyal to them."</p><p>On Monday night's show, the remaining celebrities of the 27th season of "DWTS"  dedicated dances to important people in their lives, and Bones chose to honor his fans.</p><p>He even gave them ballroom tickets for the Monday semifinals.</p><p>"We only get eight seats and I gave half of them up to four listeners who wanted to come. I know where my bread's buttered and it's from the people."</p><p>Speaking about the tragic mass shooting that took place on Nov. 7 in Thousand Oaks, California's country-western bar the Borderline Bar and Grill, in which thirteen people were killed, Bones said, "I think that there are a lot of changes that will have to be at least looked at in the future.</p><p>"We can't sit and have everything be exactly the same and expect change, because that would be insane. If both sides don't take a couple steps inward, nothing is going to change. That's what I say on my radio show. I don't think there's any specific group right here that is a target, but what I hope as someone who is getting into politics soon is that if you don't have two sides that can at least look each other in the eyeballs and go, we should talk about this, then you don't have two sides. You just have two different beings that aren't working with each other, and that's not what we're about. That's what really makes me sick," he said.</p><p>This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.</p>
isn't something that Bungie will be changing anytime soon.</p><p>This will be the ninth reset since the Forsaken expansion went live and means Guardians have less than a day to go to finish off their latest Raids and events.</p><p>The new Weekly Reset will also see the return of the Iron Banner event on PS4, Xbox and PC.</p><p>Bungie will be resetting Destiny 2 on Tuesday, November 13 at around 6pm in the UK.</p><p>For players in the United States, it means a much earlier reset time of 10am PST and 1pm EST.</p><p>Lord Saladin returns for the final Iron Banner of Season 4, meaning there will be item disappearing from the official rewards lineup.</p><p>While Iron Banner weapons introduced with the release of Forsaken will continue to be available, this will be your final chance to earn Season 4 Iron Banner armour.</p><p>Additionally, this will be the final chance to earn any Iron Banner Triumphs associated with Season 4.</p><p>Bungie is also planning the release of a new season 5 update, which has yet to be given an official release date.</p><p>“You should see significant improvements loading into activities and travelling throughout a destination,” a message from Bungie confirms.</p><p>“We've been bringing new content, bug fixes, and patches at a cadence more frequent than we had previously accounted for.</p><p>“That cadence of patching has translated into some unexpected overhead within the code that is responsible for loading data into the game.</p><p>“All that being said, loading from Orbit into the EDZ should be reduced from over two minutes down to just over one minute and we’re eager to see how things pan out in the wild.”</p><p>As usual, the weekly reset will affect various activities in the game, such as:</p><p>There will also be hard resets made to the Spider’s Wanted Bounty line-up, and Xur will disappear again until Friday.</p><p>So as a recap, the official Destiny 2 weekly reset affects Nightfall Strikes and the ongoing Raid, and also acts as the countdown to complete these tasks.</p><p>If you complete them before the reset, you will have to wait until the following Tuesday to start them again and collect new rewards.</p><p>This is also when a lot of the game’s milestones get refreshed, which means weekly challenges, destination Flashpoints, call to arms, clan XP and clan XP rewards.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
><p>These are external links and will open in a new window</p><p>These are external links and will open in a new window</p><p>These are external links and will open in a new window</p><p>These are external links and will open in a new window</p><p>Stan Lee, creator of some of comics books' most enduring characters and the former president of Marvel Comics, has died aged 95.</p><p>Lee created The Fantastic Four, Spiderman, The Incredible Hulk and X-Men among others.</p><p>In its heyday, Marvel sold 50 million copies a year. Until he retired from editing in 1971, Lee wrote all the copy for Marvel's covers. He was also known for making a cameo in every Marvel film.</p><p>His characters brought the humans behind the heroes to life for the first time. Hugh Jackman, who played Wolverine in the X-Men films, called Lee a "pioneering force in the superhero universe".</p><p>Me Lee's daughter has also paid tribute to her father, describing him as "the greatest, most decent man".</p><p>These are external links and will open in a new window</p>