Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor and personal attorney to Donald Trump, said an interview he was doing was crashed by Sacha Baron Cohen. Giuliani ended up calling the police on Cohen after he invaded the conversation wearing a pink bikini. On Tuesday, Page Six reported that Giuliani was invited to the Mark Hotel […]
Rudy Giuliani said he's "heartbroken" that his longtime associate Lev Parnas "lied stupidly" in accusing President Trump and other top Republicans of wrongdoing in the Ukraine scandal.
"Impeachment moves pretty fast," he warns the Oval Office crew. "If you don't stop and look around, you might miss it."
Hillary Clinton stopped by "The Late Show" Monday night, where she weighed in on the Trump impeachment inquiry.
"If any of the women on this show behaved the way some of the men were behaving, we would be hysterical maniac crazy bitches all over the internet," she said.
“It’s the greatest presidential harassment of all time,” Baldwin as Trump complains. “I should know, I’m like the president of harassment.”
Giuliani praised himself for being a “legitimate whistleblower," while blasting his critics from both sides of the aisle.
Joe Biden stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” where he weighed in on the Trump impeachment inquiry and Giuliani’s corruption allegations.
Rudy Giuliani admits to urging Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden in bizarre, heated interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo.
Stepehen Colbert and other late night hosts get plenty of joke material from the long-awaited release of the Mueller report.
The character Stephen Colbert played on his previous show might be flattered at the president's stealing his idea, but the real one — not so much.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward responded to the president's attacks ahead of the release of his new book, "Fear: Trump in the White House."
Rudy Giuliani vehemently denied that Trump ever called him a baby in need of a nappy change and claimed to have several sources to back up his much more flattering version of the story.
Rudy Giuliani was unaware that he was on speakerphone when he defended Michael Cohen and trashed Michael Avenatti — with Avenatti hearing every word.
Many noted few misspellings and lack of nicknames in the tweets. They also noticed the composed tone of the statement, a far cry from Trump’s typical fiery approach.
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Now that Donald Trump has started the transition of power, people are speculating who his cabinet members will be. Stephen Colbert broke down some of the options.
Saturday Night Live started an online riot the likes of a Black Friday sale on new iPhones when they tweeted: Who do you think should host this season? Tweet us your suggestions with #SNLhost. pic.twitter.com/jUQysufHcG
Donald Trump closes out Thursday night with a supersize speech that roused a tremendous response to what was atypical Presidential-nominee oratory.
The headliner of the night was Melania Trump, introduced by candidate-husband Donald Trump, and both entering to “We Are The Champions” as the ghost of Queen’s Freddie Mercury strained to escape from Cincinnati. Hours before her speech, CNN correspondent Jim Acosta gave us this hot reportorial scoop: “I’ve been told he’s going to show some warm, genuine, loving affection toward his wife.” One more seductive adjective there, and Acosta might have been mistaken for Barry White. CNN contextualized speaker Antonio Sabato, Jr. with this chyron running beneath his convention speech: “His Calvin Klein billboard hung across the Trump Tower in the 1990s.” Chris Cuomo tried to set up high expectations for Melania Trump with praise-by-condescension: “She’s very intelligent and very accomplished!” he yelped with an earnestness colored by disbelief.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was on Fox & Friends and discussed the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. Beyoncé’s performance has received praise and criticism for its imagery paying tribute to the Black Panther Party and the Black Lives Matter movement. “This is football, not Hollywood, and I thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers who are the people who protect her and protect us and keep us alive,” Giuliani said.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani criticized the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show when he appeared on Fox & Friends Monday morning and singled out Beyonce, who, along with her dancers, put her fist in the air during the performance, evoking the “Black Power” salute.