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”:
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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
‘Stranger Things’ Star Noah Schnapp On PTSD & Possession In Season 2
From his early stage-setting disappearance in Stranger Things' first season, young Will Byers hasn't been able to catch much of a break. While he's enjoyed the role, which has taken his career to new heights, Noah Schnapp has been there for all of the hurdles, taking on scenes that would daunt most young actors.
In Season 1 of the retro fantasy series, Schnapp was lost to The Upside Down—separated frustratingly from the rest of the cast and crew—with the promise of big… Read
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s Alexis Bledel On The “Deep Sense Of Injustice” In Season 2
Beloved by legions of fans for her turns in lighter fare—most notably, Gilmore Girls and the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series—Alexis Bledel has broken new ground with Hulu's dystopian series The Handmaid's Tale, evoking the ferocity of an unwoman scorned.
In Season 1, Bledel's handmaid Emily displayed a strong, rebellious spirit—working with secret resistance group Mayday to bring Gilead down. In Season 2, Emily is forced to atone for her sins, banished to the… Read
Issa Rae Calls Criticism Of New Sexual Fluidity Project ‘Him Or Her’ “Absolutely Ridiculous”, Talks ‘Insecure’ Season 3
Issa Rae's hit HBO comedy Insecure entered some dramatic territory in its second season, as the onscreen fictional Issa battled a break-up, a rent hike, workplace horrors and toxic friendships.
Still, through it all, Rae always manages to bring some laughs. But in her new, upcoming HBO project Sweet Life—about teen life in an LA suburb—she's doing pure drama, alongside another comedy entitled Him or Her, the story of an African American man with a fluid sexuality. This… 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
Tracee Ellis Ross On The Changing Landscape Of Inclusivity, Solving Pay Disparity & Directing ‘Black-ish’
About to enter its fifth season, Black-ish has so far earned Tracee Ellis Ross two Emmy noms and a Globe win for the role of Rainbow 'Bow' Johnson.
In Season 4, Ross took the helm to direct an episode that marked the beginning of a separation for the sitcom's beloved couple Bow and Dre (Anthony Anderson). Amid protests from fans, the couple were fortunately reunited by the season finale, but not before making audiences both laugh and cry through the story arc.
A longtime… Read
‘Stranger Things’ Creators, Cast & Crew On Building Out Singular Visual Universe With Season 2 — Exclusive Video
One of the biggest television phenomena of our time, what would the Duffer brothers’ Stranger Things be without The Upside Down, or its perfectly calibrated retro aesthetic? As expected last season, the series' production design found its place among 18 total Emmy nominations, though production designer Chris Trujillo and his team were not among those leaving the night with a statuette. With the stellar expansion of the singularly imaginative series' world this season… Read
Donald Trump Trashes Democrats’ “Phony Stories Of Sadness And Grief” At Southern Border
President Donald Trump spent this morning damage-controlling the botched baby-snatching immigration-control play he thought would compel Democrats in Congress to vote into law his border security master plan.
In a series of tweets, POTUS claimed media reports about more than 2,000 snatched children, including the gone-viral audio of little kids wailing for their parents, and photos of distraught infants, are “phony stories of sadness and grief” ginned up by Democrats in… Read
Stephen Colbert Shames Melania For “I Really Don’t Care” ‘Jacket Seen Round The World
UPDATED with video: Melania Trump made a “surprise” trip to Texas today to visit some of the children her husband separated from their parents as part of his crackdown on illegal immigration
“When I heard she was doing this, I thought, okay! This is what First Ladies often do. You go to a troubled area. They see the children. They show that we care. You can't mess that up,” Stephen Colbert told his studio audience at the top of Late Show.
“Guess what? I spoke too soon,”… Read
Charles Krauthammer Dies: Fox News Contributor & Pulitzer-Winning Columnist Was 68
Charles Krauthammer, a veteran Fox News contributor, author, essayist and Pulitzer-winning syndicated columnist, died today of cancer in Washington, D.C., less than two weeks after he’d penned a letter saying he had weeks to live. He was 68.
Widely praised for his intellect, forcefulness and sharp wit, the Manhattan native had been a regular presence on Fox News’ Special Report since soon after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In a letter read on-air June 8… Read
Donald Trump Tells Media Who Melania’s Mean Jacket Message Targeted: Them
Melania Trump sent us more cryptic messages today – this time as she left the White House to visit some of the 2,300 immigrant children her husband had snatched from mothers who dared to defy him and illegally cross the southern border into Texas.
Melania's latest message was written on her back. "I really don't care. Do U?" it read.
"It's a jacket. There was no hidden message. After today's important visit to Texas, I hope this isn't what the media is going to choose to… Read