"The View" co-host, Meghan McCain, slammed Kellyanne Conway for her recent questions about a reporter's ethnic background during a press conference, and criticized her husband for not speaking out against his wife.
John Cena is the latest Hollywood tough guy to show his silly and sensitive side in the family comedy “Playing With Fire.”In the film, Cena plays a firefighter turned babysitter when he’s forced to look after a family of kids he rescued from a blaze as he tracks down their parents. And before long, this hardened professional finds himself swimming in bubble baths and playing friendly games of dodgeball with the little kids he’s watching over.Oh, and of course the firefighters have a mean attack dog that doesn’t stay so mean once he meets this family.Also Read: John Cena Says 'Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader' Is More About Learning Than Winning“No! Sit,” the young Finley Rose Slater says in the trailer to their charging pit bull Masher. “I think the baby just broke your dog,” John Leguizamo’s character responds.“Playing With Fire” is directed by Andy Fickman and is being released by Paramount Pictures and Paramount Players in association with Walden Media. Cena stars alongside Keegan-Michael Key, Leguizamo, Brianna Hildebrand, Dennis Haybert and Judy Greer.Mark Moran is the executive producer, and Todd Garner and Sean Robbins are producing. Dan Ewen and Matthew Liberman wrote the screenplay.“Playing With Fire” opens in theaters on Nov. 8. Watch the first trailer above.Read original story John Cena Battles Blazing Infernos and Family Chaos in First ‘Playing With Fire’ Trailer (Video) At TheWrap
White House reporter, Andrew Feinberg, tells Don Lemon about his bizarre exchange with Kellyanne Conway over the president's controversial tweets.
Breakfast Media reporter, Andrew Feinberg joined Don Lemon Tuesday night to respond to the “bizarre” exchange with Kellyanne Conway during a White House press gathering earlier in the day. Following the president’s now infamous Twitter attack on four Democratic representatives -- Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts -- Feinberg asked Conway which countries Trump suggested the congresswomen should ‘go back’ to,' and the Counselor to the President responded by asking him, ‘what his ethnicity was?' While explaining the situation to Don, Andrew said, “I have been a journalist in Washington for about ten years and I have never had any government official speak to me that way, and, or ask such an inappropriate question.” Conway’s question was met with some serious heat across social media. Later on the CNN interview, Feinberg told Don that he was still confused by Conway's question, saying “I have no earthly clue what her question or the answer I could have given to that question had to do with what the president said or to what country she was referring.“ While Conway avoided answering Feinberg’s original question, she did share that her ancestors were Irish and Italian. Later Conway explained to Andrew on twitter that she meant no disrespect, and she was just letting him know that we are all originally from somewhere else. Feinberg didn’t seem to buy Conway’s explanation of Trump’s tweets, offering Don a different perspective, “I think at the core of what he has said from the past couple days is an idea that these congresswomen are somehow not entirely American.”
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Following attacks from Trump, Representative Omar explained on The Rachel Maddow Show why it's time to call for impeachment.
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Steve Harvey has fun with current and former NFL players on Celebrity Family Feud when he asks the question, "What's your favorite memory at a strip club?"
Gronkowski is so hilariously bad at "$100,000 Pyramid" that viewers are reminded of Joey Tribianni "Pyramid" performance on "Friends."
Spanish filmmaker Alice Waddington makes her feature film debut following her award-winning horror short, "Disco Inferno."
Senator Kamala Harris stopped by "The View" on Friday, and faced-off with Meghan McCain over border security.
Rob Reiner looks back on the at his classic rom-com and reveals how his own post-divorce life inspired the story.
Senator Kamala Harris explained to Rachel Maddow that despite Trump backing down from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census, the damage has already been done.