"Star Trek" actor George Takei was one of many who noticed the logo's similarities to the one on the sci-fi show.
Samantha Bee praised Ivanka Trump for helping to push through a parental leave bill, and challenged other late night shows to implement expansive parental leave policies as she had done.
Chris Wallace laid out a compelling argument that the Ukraine aid was only released because Congress found out it was being withheld, but Kellyanne Conway wasn't having it.
Rudy Giuliani said he's "heartbroken" that his longtime associate Lev Parnas "lied stupidly" in accusing President Trump and other top Republicans of wrongdoing in the Ukraine scandal.
The president cared more that Jan. 20 marked the third anniversary of his inauguration than the commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday.
Thousands of concerned women, men, celebrities and politicians crowded into downtown Los Angeles Saturday for the fourth annual Women's March. With musical performances and speeches to fill the day, attendees listened to one speaker after another demand change, and call on the nation's next president to make women's issues a priority. Among the speakers were […]
The "Project Runway" star is making her political beliefs clear — if they weren’t already.
Vince Vaughn was seen speaking to President Trump during the College Football Playoff National Championship game on Monday.
Vince Vaughn said hello to Donald Trump and Melania at Monday’s college football national championship — and social media has been stirred up over it.
Chris Cuomo had some harsh words for the president after he retweeted a doctored picture of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer wearing traditional Muslim clothing.
During a Monday conversation on “Morning Joe” with former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci and other market experts, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough complained that Republican officials are inconsistent with concerns about national finances.“You know,” Scarborough said, “it used to be that I could get Republicans on this show to also talk about massive spending … again ginning up the economy, overheating the economy, the $23 trillion national debt.“Republicans, they only seem to care about deficits or debts when Democrats are in the White House, but man, we’re looking at bigger spending and more fiscal recklessness than ever before this year,” he added.Also Read: Joe Scarborough Tells GOP to 'Speak Up Now' After Trump Attacks Elijah Cummings and Baltimore (Video)Libertarian party chairman Nicholas Sarwark agreed, saying, “Absolutely. You can hear it in that jobs report. You can see the seeds of the destruction.”Scarborough has hit the GOP many times on his show during the era of President Donald Trump’s administration, saying Republicans are “damned by [their] own silence.” In July, he addressed the party directly: “I’m getting really tired of having to tell you this and please, please, please, don’t write your books about ‘how I won the war’ after Donald Trump leaves town. Speak up now because if you don’t, Donald Trump is going to bring you down.”Read original story Joe Scarborough: GOP Won’t Come on ‘Morning Joe’ to Talk Debt Unless ‘Democrats Are in the White House’ At TheWrap
"Kim should sue her plastic surgeon," the future president tweeted in 2014 after the actress presented at the Oscars.
Judge Judy has ruled that Michael Bloomberg is the presidential candidate for her.
The "Grey's Anatomy" actress called the other Pompeo "one of the maniacs that work for our maniac in chief."
Rose McGowan is standing up for herself in a new interview after criticizing President Donald Trump.
Though Cory Booker agrees Qasem Soleimani was a threat to Americans, he has concerns President Trump didn't consider the repercussions of the deadly airstrike.
Jokes about Trump were “so easy and everybody was doing it on talk shows, so we’ve just kind of left it alone because it’s not funny anymore to us," Tim Allen told USA Today.
Singer Linda Ronstadt said President Trump is "exactly the same" as Adolf Hitler, citing Trump's demonization of Mexicans when announcing his candidacy.
CBC TV in Canada says President Donald Trump's cameo in "Home Alone 2" was "one of several" cut for time.
If you’re familiar with Jim Carrey’s Twitter page, then you know the comedian and artist isn’t one to stay silent on the ongoing saga of Donald Trump’s presidency. In the latest addition to his growing oeuvre of satirical political art, Carrey takes aim at a post-impeachment Trump, face deep into the bowl of a poop-stained toilet with a scrubbing brush.“And what’s wrong with toilets these days? Ya have to flush ‘em 15 times and no matter how hard you scrub them…the poop sticks! Out damn spot! Out, I say!,” the toilet bowl rim reads.pic.twitter.com/MqYPMyOyHX— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) December 22, 2019As can be seen above, the poop stains represent each of Trump’s alleged crimes or offenses, including abuse of power, tax fraud, lies (and more lies), and witness tampering and bullying. Carrey also included a few other jabs at Trump for “not being a self-made man” and for being an “unchristian hypocrite,” “lousy in bed,” and “90% illiterate.”Also Read: President Trump Impeached by US House of RepresentativesLast week, on the day Trump was impeached for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, Carrey had posted another piece of art featuring Trump as a Frankenstein’s creature-esque monster strangling his supposed creator, Vladimir Putin. The Trump monster also came wearing the president’s signature red tie with a “Made in China” label sewn on the back.“That night, Donald had a very strange dream,” Carrey tweeted.That night, Donald had a very strange dream. pic.twitter.com/Ki4GCifjON— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) December 19, 2019Read original story Jim Carrey’s Latest Post-Impeachment Trump Artwork Has a Stench At TheWrap
Stephen Colbert's animated Christmas special parodied the events that led up to and the events surrounding President Trump's impeachment.