Ted Cruz and Chris Cuomo took part in a contentious interview during "Cuomo Prime Time" on Wednesday night.
Even as the debate over Cuties spills over from the entertainment world to politics, Netflix is standing behind the film and its director, Maïmouna Doucouré.
Besides holding a sign behind Graham's head saying he'll lie for rubles, Triumph also trolled the Senator with absolutely ridiculous questions.
On "Cuomo Primetime," Alyssa Milano breaks down her face-to-face meeting with Ted Cruz following their Twitter spat on gun control.
The "Kidding" star and the Texas senator are in a public war of words over Carrey's recent painting depicting Alabama Governor Kay Ivey being aborted.
The Texas senator has a snide comment for everything — even a charitable donation being made to help rebuild Notre Dame cathedral.
Carrey’s artwork was an effort to get out the vote — and specifically for citizens in Texas to vote out Cruz and vote in his democratic opponent Rep. Beto O’Rourke. “Let’s make this Tuesday like the end of every great vampire movie.
Judging by Stephen King's Twitter feed, there's only one politician the horror master dislikes almost as much as Donald Trump, and that's Ted Cruz. King has been tweeting about Cruz for years now, but over the past six months — with the mid-terms approaching — he's really been ramping things up. SEE ALSO: 38 times Stephen King absolutely slammed Donald Trump on Twitter Here are some recent examples. Hello, Texas! I suppose you are going to elect Ted Cruz again, but admit it: he's kinda creepy, ain't he? — Stephen King (@StephenKing) April 7, 2018 Hey, Texas—Do I really have to look at Ted Cruz for another 6 years? Assuming I even live that long? (God, I can't wait for the trolls to come out of the woodwork on this one; left myself wide open. Oh well, what the fuck.) — Stephen King (@StephenKing) June 23, 2018 That last tweet, posted back in June, prompted a response from Cruz himself, in which he described King as a "limousine liberal". The horror master responded with this: Ted Cruz called me a limousine liberal!Oooo!He's never ridden in one himself, I suppose.Come on up to Maine, Ted, I'll give you a ride on my Harley. It was made in America before your boy Trump fucked up the company. — Stephen King (@StephenKing) July 11, 2018 Over the past week, with the Texas Senate race on the horizon, King has continued his onslaught. It’s true. Ted Cruz only cares about Ted Cruz. He’s one slimy crawdad. https://t.co/xfns6oCOfV — Stephen King (@StephenKing) October 31, 2018 Texas: Fire Ted Cruz. What have you got to lose?Maine: Fire Bruce Poliquin. I can't think of a rhyme, so just fire him. — Stephen King (@StephenKing) November 1, 2018 King's latest barb was posted on Thursday night. At the time of writing it's already been shared over 4000 times. Hey Texas Dems and Indies: Remind your Republican friends what they already know: Ted Cruz is a crawdad. You won't upset them, they know it already. Just whisper, "You can vote Beto and tell the exit pollers you voted for Ted the Crawdad." — Stephen King (@StephenKing) November 2, 2018 Ouch. WATCH: How Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower' survived development hell
A billboard for the new "Halloween" film, starring Jamie Lee Curtis, has been hijacked by a conservative street artist to send a message to "uncivil Democrats."
The "School of Rock" director has released an ad mocking the Texas senator for not "kicking [Trump's] ass" after Trump insulted Cruz’s family.
Nelson announced on his Facebook page that he'll be headlining a rally for Texas Democratic Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke, and some of his fans are not too pleased about his political leanings.
CNN'S Chris Cuomo confronted Texas Sen. Ted Cruz about a jingle his campaign released that mocks his Democratic rival, Beto O'Rourke.
Senator Ted Cruz didn't know what he stepped in when he decided to invoke the name of Lisa Simpson. During the 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference, Ted Cruz once again trotted out his supposed knowledge of pop culture. We know that the Texas senator loves <em>The Princess Bride, </em>but he also wants you to know he knows the names of each member of the <em>The Simpsons</em>. And he also wants to use them to make a very dubious political observation. In his speech Thursday, Cruz said, "The Democrats are the party of Lisa Simpson and Republicans are happily the party of Homer, Bart, Maggie, and Marge." Here's your line from @tedcruz at @CPAC: "The Democrats are the party of Lisa Simpson and Republicans are happily the party of Homer, Bart, Maggie and Marge." — Ben Kamisar (@bkamisar) February 22, 2018 If you're a <em>Simpsons </em>fan, we'll pause for you to gasp. SEE ALSO: These old 'Simpsons' sketches are everything you need and more We can safely guess that Lisa's activist ways, vegetarianism, creativity, and the fact that she's a smart, independent female, would all make Cruz wear a big frowny face. But naming the rest of the family ( <em>including the</em> <em>baby</em>) as members of the Republican party seemed like a bridge too far for many online. If there's one nerdy fandom that will defend its characters with vitriol, episodic knowledge, and Harvard Lampoon-level jokes, it's the <em>Simpsons</em> fandom. For when you come for one of the yellow, Springfield-based brood, you come for them all. Didn't Lisa Simpson become president to replace President Trump in an old Simpsons episode? https://t.co/GgckYXu4B1 — Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) February 22, 2018 isn't she the only good person in Springfield? — Andy Schwarz (@andyhre) February 22, 2018 maggie DID once shoot a man https://t.co/BDAa76s1K5 — Michæl Lu†z (@WarrenIsDead) February 22, 2018 can't wait for the Republican party to run Maggie Simpson and Mr. Burns's Gun in 2024 pic.twitter.com/PyTeAf8b2a — Jesse David Fox (@JesseDavidFox) February 22, 2018 2016 Simpson family votes:Marge: ClintonHomer: Told Marge he voted Clinton. Instead voted Trump.Bart: Wrote in Gary Johnson in elementary mock election; malevolently chuckledLisa: Clinton (in elementary mock election)Maggie: A literal baby.Grampa: TRUUUUUUUUUMMMMP!!!! — Todd VanDerWerff (@tvoti) February 22, 2018 .@TheDemocrats pic.twitter.com/uycNT1BL9E — Anne T. Donahue (@annetdonahue) February 22, 2018 my new conspiracy theory, which I believe with all my heart, is that Ted Cruz has never seen the Simpsons and a staffer just read the Wikipedia page to him — Sarah Jones (@onesarahjones) February 22, 2018 “I think the Democrats are the party of Lisa Simpson.” – Sen. Ted Cruz pic.twitter.com/rylfRZgnzA — Scott Bixby (@scottbix) February 22, 2018 Lisa Simpson is the moral conscience of The Simpsons according to the writers and creators. She is also the smartest person in the family. @tedcruz, you gotta up your pop culture analogy game, dude. https://t.co/2BWMjeHdux — Wajahat Ali (@WajahatAli) February 22, 2018 Homer was a union president https://t.co/UuTmoMx4yA — crisis actor who thinks he can 'win one for soros' (@thetomzone) February 22, 2018 Lisa's the smartest one in the family, the kind, responsible nerd who thinks about other people's feelings and cares about the environment and social causes. This is quite the compliment. Thanks, @TedCruz! https://t.co/jBgyPDMTug — Tasha Robinson (@TashaRobinson) February 22, 2018 And of course, it wasn't too terribly long ago that the Republican party saw <em>The Simpsons</em> as a real source of evil, poisoning the minds of America's youths. Never forget that the first President George Bush said that, "we need a nation closer to <em>The Waltons</em> than <em>The Simpsons.</em>" What a short memory Ted Cruz has. Talking about The Simpsons always works out really well for Republicans. https://t.co/aObhfkeFDJ pic.twitter.com/qMsttn4IGs — Erik Malinowski (@erikmal) February 22, 2018 WATCH: A designer's vision of the future involves robots that care for us in our final moments
Instead of using his Jedi powers to save the galaxy far, far away, Hamill used the Force to troll the FCC’s decision to repeal net neutrality.
One lucky contestant named Linda on Friday’s The Price Is Right nearly missed her chance to win a lot of prizes when all she did was stand up and clap when her name was called. She eventually realized that it was her name that was announced, and a series of unbelievable wins was underway.
As it became clear that Ted Cruz was going to withhold his verbal donation to Donald, the cameras started cutting to the Trump family, who were staring stonily at the stage.
On Wednesday’s "The Tonight Show," Jimmy Fallon did his signature impression of Donald Trump, but he was one-upped by Jack Aiello, an 8th grader.
Stephen Colbert thought he’d find out what future voters think about this year's presidential candidates, so he showed kids photos to get their opinions.
Trump Victory, Cruz Withdrawal Cap A Crazy 24 Hours of TV News “When you think of Indiana,” said Brian Williams on MSNBC Tuesday night, “you think of auto racing, of David Letterman—and now this is one more thing they’ve exported to the world: complete chaos in the Republican Party.” This was one of the more vivid turns of phrase deployed on TV news as its anchors grappled with the decisive Donald Trump primary win in Indiana followed by the exit of Ted Cruz from the race. Over on Fox News, Bill O’Reilly, who as he’ll tell you, “called Indiana for Trump” three weeks ago, said Tuesday night that Trump is going forward toward the Presidency with “this new cabal to vote for him,” of “independents and populists” and not-necessarily-conservatives.
In the terminology comedians use, President Obama “killed” at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday night. Larry Wilmore insisted groans were good.
Republican Texas Senator Ted Cruz is in the midst of a heated presidential primary season. While he has proven a popular choice in some states, when it comes to New York, well, he’s gotten a frosty reception. On Morning Joe, King said he’d commit suicide if Cruz wins the GOP nomination.
Ted Cruz made his debut appearance on The Tonight Show, and Jimmy Fallon broke out his Donald Trump impression, complete with orangy wig and dapper suit.
Donald Trump did himself a favor by agreeing to have his family appear on CNN’s “town hall” series with the Republican candidates’ families. On Tuesday night, daughters Ivanka and Tiffany, sons Donald, Jr., and Eric, and wife Melania made their old man look like a good father, husband, and grandfather, and ended up making a few interesting comments. Ivanka, by far the most poised and articulate of the bunch—and I’m including Dad in that—said that from her perspective on the campaign, “politics is a vicious industry.” She observed that her father “is guiding the conversation on both sides of the aisle.” And Ivanka compared the Republican debates to “a cage match… and he’s the man to take down.” The sons spoke of the education in business they’ve received, noting that while Trump will let them make their own decisions in company dealings, but that if you screw up, “you’ll hear about it forever.” This probably struck a lot of the citizens in the audience—who posed questions along with moderator Anderson Cooper—as pretty much what you’d expect to hear about Trump as a father: someone just this side of Robert Duvall in The Great Santini.