An early morning spelling error from the President has amused social media users.
This week the President has been embroiled in issues regarding gun laws and trade issues, so surely that's what he's going to be posting on social media, right? Wrong. Instead, it seems his first job of the morning is to attack Alec Baldwin. Again. Well, you can't say he's not entertaining.
Alec Baldwin and his wife at the Elton John AIDS Foundation gala
Before he'd apparently opened his eyes this morning (as the spelling errors suggest), Donald Trump was ranting on Twitter about 'Saturday Night Live' star Alec Baldwin's unflattering (but accurate) impressions of him, and how the comedian finds it a weekly struggle to impersonate the US President.
After nearly a year and a half of doing his Trump impression for 'SNL', Baldwin thinks he might have had enough.
When Baldwin first unveiled his incredibly popular take on Trump in the fall of 2016, he was only supposed to be a guest performer on ‘SNL’. However, when the Republican candidate took the industry by surprise by actually winning the presidency, the actor was then invited back to become a regular fixture on the sketch show.
However, it sounds like Baldwin is now beginning to get frustrated at having to continue doing his impression. “Every time I do it now, it's like agony. Agony. I can't,” the 59 year old told The Hollywood Reporter.
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He slammed her for her 'biased' views on 60 Minutes.
Oprah Winfrey might be exalted almost to the point of royalty by many, but even she's not safe from Donald Trump's wrath. He blasted the TV personality after she gathered together a group of republican voters and liberal voters to discuss their thoughts on the current president.
Oprah Winfrey at the 'Released' premiere
Despite the fact that Oprah's '60 Minutes' segment was seemingly supposed to be an impartial discussion about Trump's policies, his likability and whether or not he is doing a good job as president, Trump seemed to take it all thoroughly personally and blasted Oprah for her bias via his favourite medium.
Continue reading: Donald Trump Wants To 'Defeat' Oprah Winfrey After TV Segment
No-one knows if it's real or a wig but it's still a strange sight.
Of all the things that are happening in the White House at the moment, it seems Donald Trump's hair is one of the most intriguing events of the week. Video footage was caught showing his hair flapping as though it was a loose hairpiece, and the internet cannot get over how disturbing it is.
Donald Trump makes his Cuba Policy speech
The President of the United States was seen waving just before he boarded Air Force One as he embarked on a golfing vacation at Mar-A-Lago in Florida, but his hair stole the crowd's attention as the wind blew it bizarrely outwards, exposing his scalp.
Continue reading: Donald Trump's Hair Is Blowing Up The Internet
The suggestion comes after their refusal to lend the White House a Van Gogh.
Apparently, even art dealers can be sassy. President Donald Trump just requested a Vincent Van Gogh for the White House from the Guggenheim, and they responded by sending him a fully functioning golden toilet. It's still a priceless piece of art, but it's hardly 1888's 'Landscape With Snow'.
Donald Trump makes Cuba policy speech
The curator at the Guggenheim was adamant that there was no possibility of lending the picturesque Van Gogh landscape to the White House for any period of time, though she did offer an attractive alternative. In an email, she suggested they install a golden toilet previously on show at the museum.
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Following her Golden Globes speech, many had figured that Oprah was lining up a White House bid for 2020.
In what will come as a serious disappointment to many, Oprah Winfrey has poured cold water on recent rumours that she’s lining up a presidential candidacy bid, telling an interviewer that she doesn’t “have the DNA” for the White House.
The extremely popular TV host, 63, has been widely touted as a possible Democratic contender for the 2020 presidential election following a passionate speech she delivered at the Golden Globe Awards earlier in January.
However, speaking to InStyle magazine for its March cover, Winfrey scotched the possibility of a White House run.
Continue reading: Oprah Winfrey Rejects Possibility Of Running For President In 2020
The 'Guardians of the Galaxy' director reacted with incredulity to Trump's medical results, and offered to pay $100k to charity if the president revealed his true weight.
In the aftermath of the revelation of Donald Trump’s recent medical results that have gotten many people’s eyebrows raised in surprise, film director James Gunn has offered to donate $100,000 to charity if the president reveals his weight on an “accurate scale”.
Earlier this week, Dr. Ronny L. Jackson, a Navy rear admiral and a White House physician, announced the results of President Trump’s first medical while in office and concluded that the 71 year old is in excellent physical and mental health, revealing his weight to be 239 pounds and his height to be 6-foot-3.
Perhaps this was a little too good to be true for the sceptics, one of whom was Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, who posted on Twitter that those stats make Trump virtually the exact same height and weight as pro baseball player Albert Pujols.
Continue reading: Director James Gunn Challenges Trump To Reveal "Accurate" Weight
De Niro made the remarks at the National Board of Review awards gala this week.
Robert De Niro has once again spoken out about the presidency of Donald Trump, making his feelings about the real-estate mogul-turned-politician absolutely clear at an awards gala as he described him as an “idiot”.
On Tuesday night (January 9th), the highly acclaimed actor was introducing fellow star Meryl Streep onto the stage at the National Board of Review awards gala. He took the opportunity to use Streep’s newest film, political drama The Post, as a platform to denounce the 45th president.
“It was fascinating to watch The Post. That story took place nearly 50 years ago, but there are many parallels today,” 74 year old De Niro told the crowd. “At the time of the story, Donald Trump was suffering from ‘bone spurs.’ Today, the world is suffering from the real Donald Trump.”
Continue reading: Robert De Niro Denounces Trump As "The Baby-In-Chief" At Awards Gala
Musician Fred Durst has issued a passionate plea on Twitter to US President Donald Trump.
The 47-year-old musician has taken to Twitter to issue a message to the businessman-turned-politician, who recently attacked CNN host Jake Tapper on the website.
Trump's tweet read: ''Jake Tapper of Fake News CNN just got destroyed in his interview with Stephen Miller of the Trump Administration. Watch the hatred and unfairness of this CNN flunky! (sic)''
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The Oscar-winner told the New York Times she did not know about the behaviour of producer Harvey Weinstein.
Speaking to The New York Times, Streep said she “really had to think,” before responding to the allegations against Weinstein, as it underlined her own sense of “cluelessness”.
Meryl Streep at the Washington premiere of 'The Post'
The rapper revealed he uses both Tinder and Grindr
Outspoken rapper Eminem has turned a few heads in confusion after revealing in a recent interview he uses popular dating apps, Tinder and Grindr - the latter regularly used by gay and bisexual men.
Eminem has spoken about his love life while promoting his newest album
Speaking about his love life during an interview with Vulture, the 45-year-old revealed he has had a difficult time with dating since his divorce and uses both dating apps and visits strip clubs.
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U2's producer Andy Barlow has revealed the band's new album 'Songs Of Experience' was re-written after Donald Trump was elected President of the United States in November 2016.
The group - made up of Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr. - worked with new producer Andy Barlow on the record, and he admitted the new President of the United States caused a shift in songwriting for the band.
Speaking to Billboard, he explained: ''The album changed massively when Trump got elected. We pretty much had it in the bag and then the band came in the next day and went, 'We've got to change it. It's not relevant anymore.'
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The actor claims Trump invited his wife Chynna Phillips to leave on his helicopter and go to Atlantic City with him
The actor made the claims on Twitter in response to a tweet from the President’s son Donald Trump Jr. about the latest allegations of sexual harassment against Democratic Senator. Al Franken.
The internet has saluted an employee at Twitter who used his last day with the company to temporarily shut down president Donald Trump’s account.
The controversial POTUS’ Twitter account, @realDonaldTrump, was deactivated by what the social media company called a “rogue employee” whose last day was on Thursday (November 2nd). It was reactivated 11 minutes later, before Twitter apologised and conducted an investigation.
“We have learned that this was done by a Twitter customer-support employee who did this on the employee's last day. We are conducting a full internal review,” the company said in a tweet, two hours after initially saying that they were “taking steps to prevent this from happening again.”
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Shields revealed to chat show host Andy Cohen that the now-president once asked her out back in 1999.
The 52 year old actress appeared on Tuesday night’s edition (October 3rd) of ‘Watch What Happens Live’, and told host Andy Cohen that the now-president made the proposition “right after” he had divorced his second wife, Marla Maples, in 1999.
“I didn't go out [with him]; he called me. I was on location doing a movie, and he called me right after he had gotten a divorce. He said, ‘I really think we should date because you’re America’s sweetheart and I’m America’s richest man and people would love it’,” Shields told Cohen.
Fiddy claimed Trump's presidential campaign offered him half a mil to appear on the trail in 2016.
The 42 year old hip-hop veteran, real name Curtis Jackson, was discussing the controversial Trump administration in a radio interview with US station Hot 97 this week when he revealed that he had been offered half a million dollars to make an appearance on the campaign trail for the Republican candidate.
Fiddy told the interviewer Ebro that he believed that the offer was made because Trump wanted to appeal to black voters. Indeed, recent research from the U.S. Census Bureau revealed that the African-American vote declined in 2016 for the first time in two decades.
He hasn't learnt a thing about respecting women in the last 20 years.
As if you needed more proof that Donald Trump has been making disturbing sexist remarks about women on a regular basis and not just in throwaway lines while he didn't realise his microphone was on, the newly unveiled transcripts from 'The Howard Stern Show' is all you need.
Donald Trump at his Cuba policy speech
The radio host is, of course, a controversial figure in many ways and he's never exactly been able to steer clear from 'locker room talk'. But then, he has never considered running for President either. Donald Trump on the other hand has been considering a political career for a long time, but even with that in mind he let loose a string of vomit-worthy notions about women in various interviews - 15 hours of which have been released online by FactBase from 1993 to 2015.
DeGeneres invited Megyn Kelly onto her show this week, and they discussed Donald Trump.
Ellen Degeneres has admitted that she would never Donald Trump to be a guest on her daytime talk show – because she believes that the controversial president represents a threat to the country, and to her personally.
The 59 year old chat show host Ellen had NBC’s Megyn Kelly – who was infamously a target of Trump’s presidential campaign last year – on her show on Wednesday (September 20th). She asked Kelly whether she would ever consider having Trump as a guest on her new morning show, ‘Megyn Kelly Today’, which launches next Monday.
“Definitely,” Kelly responded. “I mean, I would not say no to the sitting president of the United States.”
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The actress went out with the President when she was in college.
If you ever wondered what a date with Donald Trump looks like, just ask comedy actress Candice Bergen. She confessed to Andy Cohen and Reese Witherspoon that she once got asked out by the now US President when she was in college - but there was definitely no second date.
Candice Bergen at the AFI Life Achievements Awards gala
The 71-year-old 'Murphy Brown' star revealed the weird news during a game of Candidly Candice on 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen', where fellow guest Reese had to guess whether or not certain odd facts about her were true. Needless to say, she really did end up out with Trump way back in her college days where she was both Homecoming Queen and Miss University.
Continue reading: Candice Bergen Reveals What A First Date With Donald Trump Is Like
American singer Alicia Keys says children should be ''free to laugh and live without walls, borders, bans or repeals'', in light of the decision to scrap the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy.
Alicia Keys believes children should be ''free to laugh and live without walls, borders, bans or repeals''.
The 36-year-old star - who has a six-year-old son called Egypt and a two-year-old son called Genesis with her husband Swizz Beatz - has spoken out against US President Donald Trump's plan to scrap the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy, which allows certain illegal immigrants who entered America as minors to remain in the country.
Alicia, whose father is African-American and her mother is Sicilian, responded on Twitter: ''All Children should have a field of dreams to play in.
Continue reading: Alicia Keys Blasts Decision To Scrap DACA Policy
Chart-topping star Mary J. Blige has admitted she was ''petrified'' to interview Hillary Clinton in 2016.
The 46-year-old singer-songwriter was tasked with interviewing the then-Presidential candidate last year and she admits her lack of experience influenced her decision to serenade Clinton with a rendition of Bruce Springsteen's 'American Skin (41 Shots)'.
She said: ''[I was] petrified to do the interview because I'm not a journalist. But I became one. I'm an actress so I turned that thing on and made it happen. That was a nice conversation.''
Continue reading: Mary J. Blige: I Was Petrified To Interview Hilary Clinton
The actor also addressed the President’s response to Charlottesville.
The actor was speaking to the Hollywood Reporter and revealed that he had never met the President, but did share the insider gossip.
But while Trump might insist on filming a cameo when he gives permission to use one of his buildings, his scenes often end up on the cutting room floor -as was the case with Scent of a Woman.
Continue reading: Matt Damon Dishes On Trump's Demand For Film Cameos
No, Kim doesn’t follow the POTUS on Twitter.
The reality star hasn’t spoken much about Trump since he took office in January, despite her husband Kanye West previously expressing his support for the President and even meeting him at Trump Tower.
But it seems Kim doesn’t share her husband’s views and told Harper's Bazaar Arabia that her four-year-old daughter North could do a better job at running the country.
Continue reading: So This Is What Kim Kardashian Really Thinks About Donald Trump
She's really starting to lose it with the US President.
It's been three months since Kathy Griffin apologised for her controversial anti-Trump photoshoot, during which she's had time to reflect on her actions. And now she's decided that she's not actually sorry at all. But she has some very good reasons why she's retracting that apology.
Kathy Griffin at the Women's Choice Awards
Back in May, celebrity photographer Tyler Shields shot pictures of comedian Kathy Griffin holding a bloody fake head resembling that of President Donald Trump. Understandably, there was immediate backlash over the idea of her endorsing an assassination, but she eventually apologised and removed the images, conceding that she had gone 'way too far'.
Continue reading: Kathy Griffin Is Going Back On Her Apology To Donald Trump
She insists her comments were misconstrued.
Paris Hilton was forced to apologise this week after a magazine interview garnered a lot of negative attention because of comments she made in defence of Donald Trump. She had made flippant remarks about sexual assault charges against the President ahead of the election last year.
Paris Hilton at 'The Beguiled' premiere
The 36-year-old socialite insists that while she is sorry about the nature of what she said, she is disappointed that it was 'misapplied' by the article in question. She was discussing the leak of Trump's sexist conversation with Billy Bush on an Access Hollywood bush several years ago.
We never thought we'd hear him long for those days again.
Once a firm opposer of George W. Bush, Bright Eyes singer Conor Oberst has found himself longing for the days of his presidency now that Donald Trump is in power. He's still extremely vocal about politics when it comes to interacting with his fans, but now he's accusing Trump of trying to 'replicate the Russian oligarchy'.
Conor Oberst performs at The O2 in Glasgow
His live shows used to be protests of President George W. Bush's regime, with the 2005 Bright Eyes album 'I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning' being a commentary on the fascist society he believed the President stood for. Now, however, that seems like nothing compared to what Donald Trump stands for.
Continue reading: Donald Trump Makes Conor Oberst Miss The Days Of George W. Bush
She has removed the misinformed post attacking the President for his politically incorrect conduct.
She might be known as the Queen of Twitter to many, but that doesn't mean that Jk Rowling doesn't get it wrong from time to time. She's been a vocal opposer of Donald Trump from the beginning, but she's been forced to apologise for a recent unflattering post about the President.
JK Rowling arriving at the BAFTAs
It was an unfortunate attack, but all the 'Harry Potter' author can do now is apologise unreservedly for the hasty and uninformed assumptions she made about the President in regards to him apparently snubbing a small disabled child in a press clip. It took the boy's mother to insist that she'd got the wrong end of the stick for her to admit her mistake and remove the post.
Continue reading: JK Rowling Apologises For Accusing Trump Of Snubbing Disabled Child
Showtime snapped up 10 half-hour episodes for the new series, which will premiere this fall.
Continuing his long-standing tradition of political satire, chat show host Stephen Colbert has announced the launch of a new animated series about President Donald Trump and his White House administration for Showtime.
The network announced on Thursday evening (July 27th) that it had snapped up a series of 10 of a half-hour show to be produced by ‘The Late Show’ host Colbert. It currently doesn’t have a title, but early speculation indicates it might share a similar concept to ‘South Park’, where contemporary news stories are turned around very quickly to make episodes play off them.
“I know a lot of people wanted to do this, and I’m honoured that the Cartoon President invited our documentary crew into his private world,” 53 year old Colbert said in a statement. “I’ve seen some of the footage, and I look forward to sharing the man behind the MAGA.”
Matt Groening answered questions at San Diego Comic-Con
Long-running funny show, The Simpsons, has reportedly been asked to curb some of its content by executives at 21st Century Fox, creator Matt Groening has revealed. The genius behind the longest running scripted show in broadcast history revealed he has been asked to ease up on jokes about Fox News.
The Simpsons has been asked to curn their jokes about Fox News
The Simpsons has previously said the cable news network was 'No. 1 with racists.'
The Bastille Day parade included a medley from the national military band.
The French have always been patriotic when it comes to music, and this year they decided to celebrate Bastille Day by having the French Army perform a medley of hits by electronic duo - and national heroes - Daft Punk, including the number one classic 'Get Lucky'.
Daft Punk at the Grammys
This year's parade in Paris was a thrilling homage to the musical act, and indeed French president Emmanuel Macron looked to be having a brilliant time as he grinned his way through the performance, while everyone else there danced and clapped along. The same can't be said for guest of honour and US President Donald Trump, however, who could not have looked less interested or more confused if he tried. Though he was probably under a lot of stress at the time, given the public's reaction to his attendance at the event.
Continue reading: President Scowls During French Army's Amazing Daft Punk Tribute
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