Kim Kardashian West addressed the controversy surrounding her work with President Trump, telling the panelists of "The View" that she wasn't concerned it would harm her reputation.
Meghan McCain says it's time to "move on" from the Dixie Chicks' 2003 controversial comments slamming the war in Iraq and President George W. Bush.
Chrissy Teigen stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and revealed her "heart stopped" when she found out President Trump had tweeted about her.
In a new interview for Men’s Health, former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger talked about another entertainer-turned-politician: Donald Trump.“I always complain about Trump not being able to shift from Trump to president,” he told the magazine, noting he says it because he himself was unable to “shift from Arnold to governor.”Also Read: Arnold Schwarzenegger Schools Trump on His Charlottesville Comments (Video)“I was still stuck as Arnold,” he explained. “Arnold always gets things done. I forced my way in there, then I do it and do it and do it and do it, until it gets done. And I felt the same thing I can do with politics. But I learned quickly that that’s really not the way it works. You got to be able to bring people together. It takes much more time, much more effort, but that’s just the way it is. If you don’t like that, don’t get into politics.”Also Read: Arnold Schwarzenegger Torches Trump Over Paris Accord Pullout: 'The People Will Rise Up' (Video)As for the public jabs the president has taken at Schwarzenegger, who became the host of the low-rated and final season of “Celebrity Apprentice” after Trump absconded, the actor had a simple explanation: “I think he really–he’s in love with me. That’s the reality of it. With Trump, he wants to be me.”Schwarzenegger has made that claim in the past, telling Michael Smerconish the theory in 2017.Trump tore into Schwarzenegger for the low ratings in January of 2017, when he was both president-elect and a remaining executive producer on the program.Read original story Arnold Schwarzenegger Pinpoints Trump’s Biggest Flaw: ‘Not Being Able to Shift From Trump to President’ At TheWrap
Trump's 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale joined "The Ingraham Angle" where he walked back his Trump dynasty remarks from the weekend, while Donald Trump joked about a third term during a campaign rally in North Carolina
On “Last Week Tonight,” John Oliver finds an unlikely ally in Donald Trump when it comes to eliminating the Senate’s filibuster rule.
John O'Hurley talks about being a conservative in Hollywood and "Seinfeld."
Fox News host Shepard Smith called out Donald Trump for spreading fake news after the president spends the past week defending his false Alabama claim from Sunday.
Isaiah Washington says conservatives in Hollywood "are terrified to come out of the closet."
"The View" moderator passionately defended Trump donors and their right to vote.
“Will & Grace” stars Debra Messing and Eric McCormack spoke out against Hollywood peers who might be attending an upcoming Trump fundraiser and now “Seinfeld” star John O’Hurley has spoken out against them.“I’m embarrassed for both of them,” he said during an appearance on Fox News Monday. “I’ll say this because I know them both and I’ve worked with Debra before. They’re both smart people. They do wonderful work but they’re pushing a case that falls apart from the sheer weight of its lunacy, as though the Hollywood community needs to be purged of this social and intellectual hygiene problem called conservative thinking.”Also Read: Debra Messing Gets Trump's Attention on Twitter, Demands End to Gun Violence“It underscores the fact that we aren’t receptive to diversity thought, which is the exact opposite of what you feel the liberal way would be,” he told Fox’s Leland Vittert. “I find that obscene.”The fundraiser is being held in Beverly Hills on Sept. 17, five days before the Emmys are held in Los Angeles, with a minimum $1,000 donation required to attend. Messing called for a list of all attendees to be published, saying that “the public has a right to know.”McCormack followed that up with a similar call “so the rest of us can be clear about who we don’t wanna work with.”Representatives for Messing and McCormack did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Read original story ‘Seinfeld’ Actor Says He’s ‘Embarrassed’ for Anti-Trump Debra Messing, Eric McCormack At TheWrap
Messing and 'Will & Grace' co-star Eric McCormack raised Trump's ire by calling for his celebrity supporters to be named and shamed.
Neil Cavuto defends Fox News’s fair and balanced coverage while reminding Trump of his own numerous false claims
Randy Rainbow, the Emmy-nominated comedian best known for his satirical songs about Donald Trump, released his latest music video on Thursday — this time, to the tune of “Superstar,” from the musical “Jesus Christ Superstar.”Stylized as an interview between Rainbow and Trump, the comedian used clips of the president’s 2018 interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace before leaning heavily into messianic imagery. Rainbow goes on to sing about several of Trump’s recent questionable statements, including his declaration that he’s the “King of Israel” and the “chosen one.”When he gets to the song’s chorus, Rainbow turns the original lyrics of “Jesus Christ, Jesus Christ / Who are you, what have you sacrificed?” into “Cheeto Christ, Cheeto Christ / He’s like if Jesus were pumpkin spiced.”Also Read: Comedian Randy Rainbow Says His Satirical Trump Songs Are 'Healing' (Video)In an interview with TheWrap’s Lindsey Ellefson last week, Rainbow said he hoped that new viewers would be able to benefit from the humor of his videos.“I hope they’ll go and maybe binge me a little bit and see what I’m trying to do, which is kind of be as much of a spoonful of sugar as I can in these troubling times, use comedy as my weapon of choice, and get people to laugh instead of cry and sing instead of scream.”Watch the video above.Read original story Comedian Randy Rainbow Releases Latest Trump Satire Music Video: ‘Cheeto Christ Stupid Czar’ (Video) At TheWrap
The co-hosts of "Fox & Friends" defended the Trump administration after they re-allocated $155 million in FEMA disaster relief money to fund border security operations, including detention centers.