Rudy "Ghouliani" is just the latest of Carrey's subjects. Keep checking back as we'll continue to update this collection of the prolific painter's greatest (and most controversial) hits.
Sean Penn slams Steve Bannon repeatedly on "Conan." Long before Bannon was fired from the White House, he was an executive producer on Sean Penn's 1991 film "The Indian Runner."
Carrey is in the headlines for his painting of the White House press secretary. But he has shared a lot of other paintings in the last year — many involving Donald Trump — and we'd argue that some are more controversial.
Saturday Night Live surprised fans this weekend with a special guest star to play ousted presidential adviser Steve Bannon. In Saturday’s cold open, Bill Murray emerged from under a cloak joining Fred Armisen as controversial author Michael Wolff on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. Twitter lit up with happy responses to Murray’s return to SNL. BILL MURRAY ON SNL….THIS IS NOT A DRILL…HE'S STEVE BANNON!! #SNL pic.twitter.com/5Qd2EBY7Ej
Because of remarks in her new memoir, “Hacks,” that are critical of Hillary Clinton, Brazile is suddenly being lionized as a fearless truth-teller on Fox News.
Steve Bannon calls the Bush administration "idiots" and makes bold claims about the Catholic church.
On “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah,” author of “Devil’s Bargain,” Joshua Green stopped by to talk about Steve Bannon’s future and how his book might have affected the former chief White House strategist.
Anthony Scaramucci says that he would fire Steve Bannon if he were president. And he also defends President Trump, who fired him after only 10 days on the job.
The Simpsons released a YouTube clip that takes aim at President Trump’s landmark accomplishment of not getting impeached after 100 days.
You’d think Saturday Night Live, with its obsession for having Alec Baldwin play President Donald Trump, would have figured it out by now: Whatever criticism is leveled at Trump in a prominent cultural setting, he’ll respond with the obstinacy of a mule. SNL decided to satirize the supposed conflict in the White House between Steve Bannon and Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as to which adviser has the ear of — and a future with — the president. The show opened with Trump-Baldwin presiding over a Bachelor-style* competition between Steve Bannon (portrayed as usual in a Grim Reaper costume that in Bannon’s worldview is a compliment, not an insult) and Jared Kushner (host Jimmy Fallon).
Tim Minchin, Abigail Spencer, and Ben Platt joined James Corden on The Late Late Show for a performance of “When I Grow Up” from Matilda the Musical. Although instead of playing the roles of Matilda and her friends, Tim, Abigail, Ben, and James played Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer, and Steve Bannon.
Lately, every late-night host’s monologues are full of political jokes. Conan details Trump's travel ban. Samantha Bee discusses Trump’s claims that Obama wiretapped his phone.
One reason the Saturday Night Live opening sketches with Alec Baldwin playing Donald Trump remain so unfunny is that our new president does so many appalling things in the course of a week that the SNL writing staff doesn’t have time to add coherent punch lines to the real-life events. Trump’s no bumbler: As the dialogue uttered by Baldwin this past week reminded us, the president really doesn’t know who Frederick Douglass is, and truly is interested in the ratings for Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Celebrity Apprentice.
Legendary journalist Dan Rather joined Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show Thursday, where he addressed Donald Trump’s tumultuous relationship with the media. Trump has repeatedly referred to media outlets and journalists as liars and fake news, most notably CNN. “The closest we’ve had was during the presidency of Richard Nixon.
Pro-Trump trolls are tweeting anti-Semitic hatred at Emmy Rossum. The Shameless star, who supported Hillary Clinton during the election, denounced Trump’s appointment of Steve Bannon, an “alt-right” commentator with connections to white nationalism, as his Chief Strategist, which triggered the attacks on Rossum. No matter WHO you voted for, I don’t care, THIS is not okay. “You will be seeing a train shortly” pic.twitter.com/cvQP6Fegz4