Kavanaugh is only the latest man whom the president has defended amid allegations of sexual misconduct or physical or sexual assault. Others include former White House aide Rob Porter, former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, Fox News' late CEO Roger Ailes and former host Bill O'Reilly, and former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski.
The actress opened up to ET about what drew her to the real-life drama.
The United States is preparing a "series of actions" in the coming days to increase pressure on the Venezuelan government, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News on Friday. "You'll see in the coming days a series of actions that continue to increase the pressure level against the Venezuelan leadership folks, who are working directly against the best interest of the Venezuelan people," Pompeo said. "We're determined to ensure that the Venezuelan people get their say." He did not give further details on the nature of the planned actions.
The ad features Fox News hosts criticizing Rep. Hunter for his excuses about a recent indictment leveled against him and his wife.
Kavanaugh defender Ed Whelan come up with the absurd theory Thursday night. By Friday morning, Fox News was beaming it straight to the president.
Wendy Martinez, who was stabbed to death during a jog in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, “fought up to the last breath,” her mother said at a candlelight vigil for her daughter on Thursday night. The 35-year-old Martinez was jogging in Logan Circle around 8 p.m. Tuesday when an assailant stabbed her in the neck. After the attack, Martinez stumbled away and into a nearby restaurant, where surveillance video showed the woman appearing to alert stunned customers to her attacker's location. Martinez was later pronounced dead at a hospital. “My heart has been broken in a thousand pieces,” Cora Martinez said Thursday at the vigil, according to CBS News. “My daughter fought up to the last breath. She fought
Liberal celebrities have been leading the Resistance ever since President Trump's shock victory over Hollywood darling Hillary Clinton, and now superstars are going all-in on the upcoming midterm elections – but whether or not they can make a difference remains to be seen. Since Trump took office, a gaggle of celebrities have become increasingly involved in politics. Chelsea Handler left her struggling Netflix show to focus on activism, actress Cynthia Nixon unsuccessfully challenged New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Meryl Streep attacked Trump during a Golden Globes acceptance speech, Robert De Niro said he would like to punch the president and Madonna proclaimed she's thought about blowing up the White House.