Colbert laid into the QAnon believer after several stories about her past pushing wild conspiracies surfaced.
The Saturday Night Live star, 27, revealed that he is in the process of removing his ink. He said it takes hour in the makeup chair to cover them for acting roles, so he decided "it would be easier to get them burned off."
Hillary Clinton answers the question of whether she should have gone "more gangster" on opponent Donald Trump.
Bill and Hillary Clinton's daughter said she's teaching her kids about the 2020 presidential election — and why Trump shouldn't win.
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Hulu has optioned the rights to Curtis Sittenfeld's alternative history book "Rodham," which takes place in a world in which Hillary Rodham never married Bill Clinton. The series is described as telling the story of an ambitious young woman, developing her extraordinary mind in the latter part of the 20th century, moving from idealism to […]
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,” […]
The #ShareTheMicNow initiative taking place on social media on Wednesday allows black women to use the platforms of white allies to amplify their voices.
On Wednesday afternoon’s episode of “The View,” host Whoopi Goldberg pressed presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders on why he remains in the race against former vice president Joe Biden.“I’m told that you intend to stay in this race because you believe there is a path to victory. I want to know what that path is because this feels a little bit like it did when you didn’t come out when Hillary Clinton was clearly the person folks were going for. So, can you explain why you’re still in the race and what this path is that you see?” the ABC host asked while broadcasting live from her own home, which she began doing in mid-March as the coronavirus spread through the country.Also Read: Sanders Wants to Delay April 7 Wisconsin Primary, Calls Situation 'Dangerous' (Video)Sanders, also calling into the show from his home, told Goldberg that when Clinton became the Democratic nominee in 2016, he “worked as hard as (he) could” to get her elected and Goldberg demurred, saying that while that was true, she felt it took him a “very long time to hop in.”When Sanders said he didn’t “accept that characterization,” she interrupted to ask, again, why he is staying in the race.“People have a right, last I heard, people in a democracy have a right to vote and they have a right to vote for the agenda that they think can work for America, especially in this very very difficult moment,” he countered. “We are assessing our campaign, as a matter of fact, where we want to go forward, but people in a democracy do have a right to vote and right now, in this unprecedented moment in American history, I think we need to have a very serious discussion about how they go forward.”In another interview conducted from his home Wednesday, the senator expanded on his position that Wisconsin’s April 7 primary should be delayed and voting should be done by mail-in ballots to MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell.Read original story Whoopi Goldberg to Bernie Sanders: ‘Can You Explain Why You’re Still in the Race?’ At TheWrap
As Hillary Clinton outlines in the film, she didn’t hear about Monica Lewinsky until the public did.
Nanette Burstein, who helmed Hulu's new four-part documentary on Clinton, on everything she learned during 35 hours of interviewing her subject — including the “cheeseball” Bill Clinton story that didn’t make the final cut.
Hillary Clinton will make her first visit to South by Southwest, the annual festival in Austin, Texas, devoted to the latest buzzy movies, musical artists and big tech companies. Clinton will appear at SXSW as part of two days of political talks, from March 14 to 15, co-hosted by the Texas Tribune. The former secretary […]
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Hillary Clinton says it was “emotionally draining” revisiting her husband former President Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky for the new docuseries "Hillary" — but she felt it had to be included in a story about her life.
After two days of buzzy cameos out and about in Park City, Hillary Clinton finally took the main stage at the Sundance Film Festival. A four-part viewing of her new Hulu docu-series “Hillary” premiered Saturday at the Ray Theater, where the dedicated audience had but one intermission during the marathon screening, but was later rewarded […]
Tulsi Gabbard believes Hillary Clinton made the "Russia" comments to derail her campaign and silence her for supporting Bernie Sanders in 2016.
The former first lady says her marriage to Bill Clinton isn't out of convenience: "It's real and it's been around for a long time now."