On “The View” Monday, Meghan McCain reacted to President Trump after he went after her father, John McCain, during a weekend tweetstorm.
Trump notoriously wore a fuchsia version of the designer blouse to the second presidential debate in 2016, days after her husband's "grab them by the p***y" quote was leaked.
Chris Cuomo's thoughts were with his family when he learned on Wednesday that he was one of many Trump critics to appear on a Coast Guard officer's hit list.
Attorney Michael Avenatti says he turned over a video of R. Kelly "engaging in multiple sexual assaults of a girl underage."
Joy Villa isn't the only entertainer making a political statement at this year's Grammy Awards.
Stormy Daniels wrote an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday criticizing a new California labor law that requires that strippers be employees.
Eagled-eyed social media users were quick to wonder as to why the first lady was only wearing one glove.
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump told reporters that the attack this week on "Empire" star Jussie Smollett was "horrible" and "doesn't get worse." "I can tell you that it's horrible. It doesn't get worse," Trump said in response to a question on Thursday from April Ryan, Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks. The […]
Eric Trump urged the president to declare a national emergency for border wall funding, while Sean Hannity said he's "99 percent certain" he knows what's coming next.
“I'm sitting on her laptop writing this statement and her iMessages are synced so I can see, as she sits at her desk texting, I can see what she's saying,” Cliff Sims said about Kellyanne Conway.
Stormy Daniels, who says she had an affair with President Trump, is speaking out against the Covington Catholic High School students from Kentucky, who were filmed wearing MAGA hats and harassing a 64-year-old Native American elder and Vietnam veteran.
"If I die soon, all this Trump stuff has had an effect," the 87-year-old reportedly once told her daughter — but her obituary's reference to Trump was rejected.
“This sets a bad example,” says registered dietitian Jessica Cording. “It’s perpetuating this idea that college students are supposed to be eating junk food. It’s a missed opportunity to show that healthy food can be accessible, enjoyable, and fuel young athletes.”
In the latest Family Guy , the writers savagely went after President Trump in the second of a two-part episode centered around Peter and Trump. Family Guy has taken shots at Trump in the past. During their 2016 Emmy campaign , the show mocked then candidate Trump as a “dumb loudmouth.” On Sunday night, Family Guy hit on Trump’s hair and his hands, and even took a swing at his finances. “Billionaire? Please. You're worth $700 mil on the high side,” Peter said to Trump. “And most of that is borrowed or tied up and underwater. That's why you ain't releasin' your taxes, Trump. You're cash poor!” Fan reaction on Twitter was split on the episode. Those who don’t like Trump loved it , while those who like Trump didn’t find it so funny . And First Lady Melania Trump probably falls into that second group as the writers went after her as well. After Peter catches Trump attempting to assault Meg, he says to Trump, “What would your third wife, the softcore girl-on-girl porn lady think about this? Or the actual porn star your lawyer paid hush money to?” Nobody in Trump’s orbit was safe. Vice President Mike Pence , Press Secretary Sarah Sanders , and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell all made appearances as well in very unflattering ways. And the writers couldn’t help but take a shot at Trump’s son in law, and one of his closest advisors, Jared Kushner . Talking to Meg about a makeover, Ivanka Trump , Kushner’s wife, said, “When I’m done with you, you’ll be pretty enough to marry an Orthodox Jewish son of a felon who’s too stupid to get into Harvard the normal way.” Meg Replies, “And whose voice is way higher that you thought it would be?” Right then, Kushner walks in and in a child’s voice says, “Hi, honey. Ready for dinner?” Trump’s not the only president to take jabs from Family Guy . In the past, they’ve mocked Presidents Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama.
The controversial assignment was titled "Some People Claim that Donald Trump is a Fascist: Time to check it out!"
Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says the president lied in talking about the dangers of immigration in his Oval Office address Tuesday.
The "Big" and "A League of Their Own" director had a call Dec. 17, the day she died, to discuss the Dennis Rodman documentary she had been working on since 2012.
The "Will & Grace" star got a big mention in one of President Trump's tweets today.
During the funeral coverage for former President George H.W. Bush, viewers kept a close eye on Donald Trump’s every move and took to Twitter with their discoveries.