Kardashian says she was "very nervous" about Kanye West wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.
From George Takei to Jamie Chung to Jon M. Chu to Dave Bautista, celebrities and creators share personal stories of racism and how to move forward. "We're going to be louder than you, and you're going to realize that there's more of us than there are of you."
After Joy Behar used the wrong pronouns to refer to Caitlyn Jenner, "The View" co-host blamed lack of sleep for the error.
While Pelosi had a rather harsh message for Trump, she struck a different tone with her message to incoming president Joe Biden.
The conservative actress had minor parts in "Pretty in Pink" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
Scaramucci believes that due to his role in inciting the riot at the Capitol, historians will video Trump in the same way as the Oklahoma City bomber.
Bernstein believes that Trump is a bigger danger to national security than Nixon ever was.
Beck also compared the treatment of Trump and other conservatives online to Japanese internment camps.
Meghan McCain said that she cried hysterically for nearly 24 hours after the siege of the Capitol last week.
Pelosi had to stop herself from getting emotional while speaking about the “violation” of the Capitol.
The "Midnight Sky" actor didn't hold back after rioters mobbed the U.S. Capitol this week.
Public figures celebrated and condemned news that President Trump had been banned from the social media networks.
Colbert acknowledged the part Trump played, but blamed Fox News and Republicans for appeasing the president’s falsehoods throughout his presidency.
Rivera and Lemon placed the blame for millions of Americans unwillingness to accept Trump’s defeat on Republican lawmakers misleading them.
Sanders doesn’t believe either of McConnell’s additions to the COVID relief package would pass if voted on separately.
While Rep. Gottheimer attempted to tout the positives in the COVID relief bill, his dog demanded all the attention.
Rivera castigated Trump for focusing more on his attempts to remain in power than helping the American people.
Christie pushed back on the notion that he never spoke out against Trump in the past, and claimed recent criticism of the president has nothing to do with 2024.
While some are angered by Republicans who downplayed COVID-19 getting early vaccinations, Harris believes it may help urge people to do the same when available.
Christie said that if Flynn is not in the Oval Office then bad ideas, like imposing martial law, will also stay out of the Oval Office.