The president's younger brother, Robert Trump, sued Mary Trump and Simon & Schuster seeking to block her book, citing a confidentiality agreement Mary had signed
Mark McCloskey didn’t like Chris Cuomo’s line of questioning from the very start of the interview.
Mark Cuban was on "Hannity," Tuesday, where he spent the majority of the interview arguing with Sean Hannity about Donald Trump.
Cuomo slammed Gov. DeSantis for prematurely opening Florida to please Trump and railing against the media for questioning him.
"Crimp Camp" directors James LeBrecht and Nicole Newnham talk about the mockery President Donald Trump faced after recently difficulties drinking a glass of water and walking down a ramp.
President Donald Trump’s Twitch account is temporarily suspended from posting because of “hateful conduct,” Twitch said Monday.Trump’s Twitch account is another social platform for his campaign to distribute videos, including rebroadcasts of older events and rallies. One of the offending videos was a recording of the now-infamous rally where Trump said Mexico was “sending rapists” to the United States.Gaming reporter Rod Breslau first reported the news.Also Read: Reddit Bans Popular Trump Community After Updating Hate Speech RulesTwitch told TheWrap, “Hateful conduct is not allowed on Twitch. In line with our policies, President Trump’s channel has been issued a temporary suspension from Twitch for comments made on stream, and the offending content has been removed.”Twitch also provided TheWrap a copy of the offending statements. In addition to his statements regarding Mexicans entering the United States, Trump also broke Twitch’s content guidelines with comments at a recent Tulsa rally.During the Tulsa gathering, Trump made the following remarks regarding people calling the police: “Hey, it’s 1:00 o’clock in the morning and a very tough, I’ve used the word on occasion, hombre, a very tough hombre is breaking into the window of a young woman whose husband is away as a traveling salesman or whatever he may do. And you call 911 and they say, ‘I’m sorry, this number’s no longer working.’ By the way, you have many cases like that, many, many, many. Whether it’s a young woman, an old woman, a young man or an old man and you’re sleeping.”Twitch said it also told President Trump’s team that it violated its guidelines in a statement that mirrors the one provided to TheWrap.Also Read: MSNBC's Al Sharpton: Trump Retweeting Video of Supporter Saying 'White Power' Was 'Intentional' (Video)Trump’s Twitch page is now unavailable, but the campaign launched the page in October 2019 in an effort to court younger, tech-savvy potential voters. Prior to its suspension, the Twitch page regularly made use of the site’s built-in ecommerce features and sold Trump campaign and unofficial White House merchandise. One of Trump’s first videos on Twitch attracted over 50,000 viewers.The Trump campaign’s director of communications Tim Murtagh encouraged the President’s Twitch fans to migrate to the campaign’s mobile app instead. “To hear directly from the President, people should download the Trump app and text ‘Trump’ to 88022,” Murtagh told TheWrap.Read original story Twitch Suspends Donald Trump’s Account for ‘Hateful Conduct’ At TheWrap
The Rolling Stones are threatening President Donald Trump with legal action for using their songs at his rallies despite cease-and-desist directives. The Stones said in a statement Sunday that their legal team is working with music rights organization BMI to stop use of their material in Trump's reelection campaign. The Trump campaign team didn't immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
During a town hall in Wisconsin, Trump discussed bringing back “stop and frisk” policing tactics after saying Chicago is "worse than Afghanistan," and cities like Baltimore and Detroit are "like living in Hell."
In a bizarre one-minute video, the comedian and disgraced TV star made the seemingly inexplicable assertion.
A New York judge has tossed an application by President Donald Trump’s brother to try and halt the publication of his niece Mary Trump’s book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.Queens County Surrogate Court Judge Peter Kelly cited “several improprieties” in Robert Trump’s filing that rendered it “fatally defective”—including that it was based on the official disposition of patriarch Fred Trump Sr.’s estate, which wrapped up in 2001 and is thus for legal purposes “nonexistent.” That settlement included a confidentiality clause that niece Mary Trump signed, and which the elder Trumps have argued prevents her from publishing the sort of titillating family secrets her memoir is set to contain. But Kelly asserted that his court could not provide the declaratory judgment blocking the book that Robert sought, and recommended the Trump brother try his luck in the New York State Supreme Court, which oversees civil and criminal matters. The Surrogate Court strictly handles the wills and assets of the deceased.A spokesman for Simon and Schuster, Adam Rothberg, said in a statement, “We are delighted with Judge Kelly’s decision to dismiss this case from the Surrogate Court. We look forward to publishing Mary L. Trump’s Too Much and Never Enough, and are confident we will prevail should there be further efforts to stifle this publication.”Trump Brother Was in ICU Just Before Filing Suit Over Tell-AllTrump Considers Suing His Niece Over Her Tell-All Book, Saying She Signed an NDA"Under the scenario presented, it cannot be successfully argued this dispute affects the administration of the decedent's estate," Kelly wrote. “The irrefutable conclusion is, regardless of the outcome of this matter, the administration of this estate will not be impacted one iota.“Accordingly, the matter is dismissed.”In a statement to The Daily Beast, Mary Trump’s attorney, Theodore Boutrous Jr., said the ruling showed the court lacked jurisdiction. “We hope this decision will end the matter. Democracy thrives on the free exchange of ideas, and neither this court nor any other has authority to violate the Constitution by imposing a prior restraint on core political speech.”A person familiar with the matter said it was likely the request for a restraining order against the book’s publication would be refiled in another court. Indeed, Robert Trump’s celebrity lawyer, Charles Harder, told The Daily Beast, “Robert Trump, Mary Trump and the other family members who settled in 2001, agreed to jurisdiction of future disputes in the Surrogate’s Court of Queens County, New York. This matter therefore was filed in that court. Today, the Surrogate’s Court ruled that it does not have jurisdiction over the dispute. Therefore, Robert Trump will proceed with filing a new lawsuit in the New York State Supreme Court.”The Daily Beast first reported that Mary had written a “harrowing and salacious” tell-all book which is slated to be released July 28 and is expected to blow the lid off the Trump family. As The Beast revealed yesterday, Robert Trump was in a Neurosciences ICU with a serious condition just days before he filed the order to try to halt the publication of Mary’s book. Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
Colbert kicked off the interview by making sure Bolton has a thick skin because it would make the interview that much easier.
Amy Schumer had a message for Hillary Clinton. On the day after the 2016 election, the “Trainwreck” actor and comedian took to her Instagram account to express her rage at the millions of Americans who had supported Donald Trump. “People who voted for him, you are weak. You’re not just misinformed, you didn’t attempt information,” […]
Both Trump and the crowd itself became fodder for comedy after the rally in Tulsa failed to live up to expectations.
Ron Howard approves of his old "Happy Days" costar's skewering of President Donald Trump on Twitter.
Amy Schumer is among those mocking the turnout at Donald Trump's Tulsa rally.
John Bolton said Trump did what he was accused of but didn’t testify in the impeachment trial because of the way the Democrats handled it.
K-Pop fans and TikTok users may have been behind all the empty seats at President Trump's rally on Saturday. The chairman of Trump's re-election campaign, Brad Parscale, tweeted that the Tulsa, Okla., rally had more than a million ticket requests, but The New York Times and many reporters noted that attendance was significantly lower. The […]
Four of Tom Petty's family members came together Saturday night to quickly release a statement blasting the president for using the rocker's "I Won't Back Down" at his Tulsa campaign rally, saying Petty "would never want a song of his used for a campaign of hate. He liked to bring people together." The statement said […]
The singer and actor says that recognizing Juneteenth as a national holiday “would be a small gesture compared with the greater social needs of black people in America.”
Donald Trump tweeted a video doctored with fake CNN chyrons -- which never aired on the news network -- and then bizarrely claimed that the bogus clip was evidence of "fake news." In Trump's tweet posted June 18, the video shows two small boys, one Black and one white. It's edited to make it falsely […]
Lisa Bryant talks about making the harrowing four-part Netflix miniseries about the infamous late sex offender.
Trump said that the situation with Rayshard Brooks ended “very bad” and that he hopes the officer charged in Brooks’s death "gets a fair shake because police have not been treated fairly.”
Mary Trump's publisher contends her upcoming Too Much and Never Enough will be a "revelatory, authoritative portrait of Donald J. Trump and the toxic family that made him"