‘Fox & Friends’ Heated Debate Sparks Racially Insensitive Remark And Apologies
A heated Fox & Friends debate took a nasty personal turn today, as a black Democrat’s opinion was attacked in a racially insensitive way.
David Bossie, a white former deputy campaign manager for President Trump, made the comment to analyst Joel Payne, a black man, during a discussion on immigration. The remark emerged as the two reacted to comments made by former CIA director Michael Hayden, who compared the Trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy with… Read
David Lynch: Trump Could Be “One Of The Greatest Presidents In History”
Twin Peaks co-creator David Lynch says President Donald Trump “could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history because he has disrupted the thing so much.”
Speaking to The Guardian media outlet in the UK, Lynch said he was a Bernie Sanders supporter in 2016, then switched to Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson in the presidential election.
He now concedes that Trump may have been the correct choice.
"I am not really a political person, but I really like the… Read
Sarah Sanders Restaurant Tweet May Be Violation, Says Former Ethics Chief
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s affirmation of being booted from a Virginia restaurant may be an ethics violation because it was confirmed from an official government Twitter account.
That’s the opinion voiced by Walter Shaub, a former federal ethics chief who worked under Barack Obama and Donald Trump. His comment has been picked up by others, with one Democrat House member calling for an ethics investigation on the tweet.
Sanders and her family were… Read
President Donald Trump Twitter Tweetstorm – The Sunday Edition
The Commander-in-Tweet continued his weekend habit this morning, launching last night with a rare Saturday night session before continuing with vigor on Sunday.
Today’s lineup of thoughts includes some of the usual suspects – the Witch Hunt, the border, the Democrat inaction – but took a harsher tone when it came to defining immigration. “Our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and Law and Order,” the President said.
This morning’s tweets (so… Read
Marvel’s James Gunn Blasts Trump For Signing Crime Victim Photos
Marvel producer/director James Gunn has attacked President Donald Trump on Twitter, claiming that he “wakes up every morning hoping more kids are murdered by immigrants so it will help him in the polls."
Gunn’s comments came after Trump met with the so-called “Angel Families,” who are attempting to raise awareness of crimes committed by those illegally in the country.
Trump signed photographs of the victims at the request of the families, according to his staff.
Gunn, who… Read
Seth Rogen Refused A Picture With House Speaker Paul Ryan
Seth Rogen told CBS late night host Stephen Colbert last night that he refused a picture with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and his family.
Rogen related that he was at an event hosted by former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney to promote brain health when the incident occurred. He had just posed for a picture with two teens when one of them said, “My father wants to meet you.” He claimed he saw Ryan approaching.
“My whole body puckered, I tensed up, and I… Read
President Donald Trump Tweetstorm Swings At Media, Economy, Witch Hunt
President Donald Trump’s traditional Saturday morning was back on its normal schedule today after being a bit late last week, undoubtedly because of travels.
This week, the Commander-in-Tweet tackled the Witch Hunt, the state of the economy, his handling of the border family separation crisis, the media perception of the border family separations, a key upcoming election, and some thoughts and prayers for an injured Congresswoman.
This week’s tweets:
Bill Maher Doubles Down On Anti-Trump Recession Wish
Update, with video Bill Maher doubled down tonight on his hope that an economic recession might turn the country against President Donald Trump. During the New Rules segment of HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher tonight, the host directly addressed “anyone who went apeshit the last two weeks” since he first mentioned the recession-as-weapon in the battle against Trump.
“A recession is a survivable event,” Maher said. “What Trump is doing to this country is not. Democracy is… Read
Tom Arnold Games Nicolle Wallace, Poppy Harlow While Plugging Michael Cohen Meeting For Donald Trump Tapes Show
Comic Tom Arnold gamed MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace and CNN’s Poppy Harlow today to plug his upcoming Viceland series The Hunt for the Trump Tapes.
Arnold sat down with Wallace first, to say he’s teaming with President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen to boot POTUS from office. Watch the full interview above.
Previous day, Arnold tweeted a photo of himself with Cohen, writing, “I love New York”:
I love New York pic.twitter.com/J7AJg1HiHo
— Tom Arnold… Read
Donald Trump Gathers Alien-Violence Victims To Trash Media’s Snatched Baby Border Policy Coverage
Two days after President Donald Trump signed the executive order to “end” his child-snatching border policy, and one day after the First Lady flew to Texas to meet with a few of those snatched children, POTUS invited to the White House families that have been victimized by illegal immigrants. They stood behind him holding photos of deceased loved ones as he savaged the media for not covering their stories.
The event was widely covered by the media.
“We're gathered today… Read
Michelle Wolf Blasts TV News’ Staged-Outrage Coverage Of Donald Trump’s Washington
Michelle Wolf, chastised by White House correspondents for her appearance at their annual dinner gala, continues punching back, on Sunday’s new edition of her Netflix show The Break.
TV News used to be so lame. It used to be just Walter Cronkite saying boring things like ‘The President has been shot.”
“Thankfully that's not news any more. News got a sexy glow-up” and now has “all the drama and substance and Botox of a Real Housewives wine fight,” she said.
Among examples… Read
‘GLOW’ Showrunners Carly Mensch & Liz Flahive On Comfortable Leotards, Season 2 & “Eerie” ’80s Political Parallels
In creating a show about women's wrestling, GLOW creators Liz Flahive (Homeland, Nurse Jackie) and Carly Mensch (Orange is the New Black, Weeds) were armed with inspiration from the 2012 documentary GLOW: The Story of The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, which documented the sport in the ’80s, and the ability to craft hilarious dramedy with can't-stop-watching characters. With Alison Brie in the lead role, a lot of spandex, numerous headbands and more than a little hilarity… Read