On the show's last episode before Thanksgiving, James Corden offers a toast from the Heineken bar, and CBS network executive Nick Bernstein pays tribute to the late Rick Ludwin, a titan in late night television and in life.
Genghis: Does Trump himself believe this? Does he actually think that the Saudi people…love the American people? Or is he calculating that he needs to take this line because he wants to keep the Saudis on his side against Iran? Either way, the Saudi problem is not going to go away, and is going to have to be dealt with sooner or later. This is a regime that has spent billions, if not trillions, to spread Wahhabi Islam — a form of the religion that is even more virulent and violent than the others — around the world. Its schools are routinely found to teach hatred of Christians and non-Muslims, despite repeated promises of textbook reform. Even if Trump thinks the Saudi regime is reforming, a claim that has been made but for which there is scant evidence, he should realize that the Saudi people are mostly doctrinaire Muslims (as they have been taught to be and threatened into remaining) who therefore have no love for the kuffar of America. For years I have called for an end to our sham alliance with Saudi Arabia. The Pensacola shooting only shows yet again why this is needed.