Seth Rogen stopped by The Late Show on Friday to chat about work, Canada's marijuana legalization, and the time he shut down Paul Ryan's selfie request in front of his own kids. The actor told Stephen Colbert that earlier this month he shared an incredibly awkward moment with the Speaker of the House at Mitt Romney's annual political summit in Park City, Utah. Ryan and his sons, all fans of Rogen, approached him at the event to ask for a selfie but Rogen wasn't having it. "My whole body puckered, as it were. I tensed up. And I didn’t know what to do!" Rogen explained. After Ryan shook the actor's hand and requested a picture, Rogen said, "No way, man!" before proceeding absolutely drag Ryan in front of his kids. "...I couldn’t stop," Rogen told Colbert. "I said, 'Furthermore, I hate what you're doing with the country at this moment, and I’m counting the days till you no longer have one iota of the power that you currently have.'" Despite the lack of love for the House Speaker, Rogen said Ryan's kids seemed perfectly fine, so at least there's that.
Conservative host, Meghan McCain, has been outspoken about her love for House Speaker Paul Ryan, and she defended him today on "The View", especially against co-host Joy Behar.
"South Park" acknowledged Trump's election anniversary this week by bringing back President Garrison and welcoming Mike Pence, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell to the fold.
The passage of the House Republicans’ health care bill has met with fierce criticism. Late-night TV was all over this story, and guess what? They hate it!
Tucker Carlson interviewed President Trump on Fox News on Wednesday night. Carlson got some fresh reaction from the president about Tuesday night’s Rachel Maddow tax-return scoop: Trump has “no idea where they got it, but it’s illegal. … They’re not supposed to have it and it’s not supposed to be leaked, and it’s certainly not an embarrassing tax return at all. … It’s an illegal thing they’ve been doing. … I think it’s a disgrace. ...
Obama’s State of the Union Review: Hopes, Regrets, Warnings President Obama’s final State of the Union address was marked by an informality, bluntness, and—relatively speaking—brevity rare for such speeches. During anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices.