Collins has been there when Trump walked out of briefings and when he made the disinfectant suggestion, but this one moment stands alone.
CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers Thursday night, along with Dana Bash and Kyung Lah, where she spoke about what it was like to ask President Trump about his support for a doctor who believes in demon sex at a recent coronavirus press briefing. After hearing Dr. Stella Immanuel endorse hydroxychloroquine as a cure for the coronavirus, despite multiple studies pointing to the contrary, Trump spoke in support of Dr. Immanuel. He was unaware that in the past she has also talked about women being impregnated in their sleep by demons, alien DNA being used in medical treatments, a vaccine to stop people from becoming religious, and reptilians and other aliens being part of our government.
"The View" host was not thrilled with one fan's question, which she feels she is asked "every 20 seconds."
The Oscar-winning actor revealed that a secret wedding did in fact happen on Thursday, as he flashed his new wedding band.
Trump again wished the alleged child sex trafficker well, and even appeared to question the allegations against her. saying "I don't know that."
In an interview with Axios political reporter Jonathan Swan that aired Monday night, President Trump once again spoke about Ghislaine Maxwell, who was recently arrested for alleged child sex trafficking in connection with the deceased financier, and convicted pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein. Two weeks ago, Trump, who knew Epstein and Maxwell socially, caused an uproar when he wished Maxwell well. On Monday, he doubled down on the well-wishes for Maxwell, but first, Trump appeared to question the charges against her.
Jennifer Lopez revealed that long before she was performing at Super Bowl halftime shows, she was performing in retail.
However, there is one fighting legend whom the 54-year-old former world heavyweight champion would not mess with.
Producers and medical personnel became concerned when Eacret started showing symptoms of severe depression.
Trump mocked Portland’s mayor, who described a city under siege and an “indiscriminate use of tear gas” by federal agents.
Neil Cavuto once again corrected President Trump, and even praised former president Barack Obama's economy.
Mark Cuban was on "Hannity," Tuesday, where he spent the majority of the interview arguing with Sean Hannity about Donald Trump.
Cuomo slammed Gov. DeSantis for prematurely opening Florida to please Trump and railing against the media for questioning him.
Matt Damon emerged from a bedroom in the background after Kimmel announced he was taking a couple months off over the summer.
Trump said that the situation with Rayshard Brooks ended “very bad” and that he hopes the officer charged in Brooks’s death "gets a fair shake because police have not been treated fairly.”
"My family is completely full of this horrific sickness, and I totally understand. And to be here tonight and to hear that song, for me, it gives me a lot of hope," Vergara told Nolan Neal.
Trump did not attribute the “looting/shooting” phrase he used in a tweet to its racist origins, but instead linked it to another man also infamous for his racism.
Cuomo thought it was both funny and sad at the same time that the president’s re-election campaign reacted the way it did.
The lawyer for Thomas Lane disputed what is clear in the video of George Floyd’s death and even tried shifting blame for his death to the bystanders.
While Dorit Kemsley's fellow housewives were screaming, "No!" Steve Harvey was yelling "Yes!"
The little singer from Toronto, Canada, blew the judges away with her performance of the Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper hit “Shallow.”
NAACP president and CEO Derrick Johnson thanked Fallon for his apology, calling it courageous and authentic.
Carrie Ann Inaba and Tom Bergeron help take a look back at the drama-filled first season of the popular reality competition series.
John Oliver went after Tucker Carlson because of the Fox News host’s views on the George Floyd protests and for his rhetoric on mail-in voting.