Phil Robertson, a star of A&E's "Duck Dynasty," has been suspended indefinitely after slamming gays in a GQ interview.
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. cable television network A&E suspended Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the backwater Louisiana clan in its hit reality show "Duck Dynasty," on Thursday for making anti-gay comments.