President-elect Donald Trump hit his “Apprentice” replacement Arnold Schwarzenegger with a one-two punch Friday, tweeting that the new show “got ‘swamped’” in the ratings and slamming the former California governor for not supporting him during the 2016 election.
Stop thinking of what Megyn Kelly’s move to NBC News means for her and her new network and start thinking about what it means for the network she’s leaving behind, the Fox News Channel. Television talent raids—like the one NBC News chairman Andrew Lack has just pulled off—are almost never a simple matter of improving your own roster.… Read More »
After news broke of the death of Debbie Reynolds following a year of high-profile celebrity deaths, actor Charlie Sheen took to Twitter to call for the death of the President-elect of the United States of America.
The Mexican ambassador to the United States is urging more Mexican citizens living abroad to apply for U.S. citizenship, ahead of President-elect Donald Trump‘s administration.
After facing a brutal 2016 election where the Democratic Party failed to win the White House and fell short of capturing majorities in the House or the Senate, Fox News host Megyn Kelly confronted a top Democratic operative on what seems like a lack of introspection.
“Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe took to Facebook to sound off on the recent examples of protesters burning the American flag and a Massachusetts college removing the flag in response.
Donald Trump has kicked up another Twitter storm, this time over the decades-old and always charged issue of whether it should be legal to burn the American flag. It will not surprise you to learn that Trump’s answer is “no.” It will also not surprise you that he’s concocted a novel penalty for those who do torch the… Read More »
Fox News host Sean Hannity indicated Monday that he believes President-elect Donald Trump should deny White House credentials to media outlets that have been critical of Trump. Hannity, a staunch Trump supporter throughout the campaign, retweeted a tweet declaring Trump should deny credentials to CNN, the Washington Post, the New York Times and others because of their correspondence… Read More »
President-elect Donald Trump is back on Twitter to punch at one of his favorite targets: the mainstream media.
NBC News anchor Lester Holt says Hillary Clinton will not escape voters’ concerns that she is dishonest should she win the presidency. “Her Achilles’ heel has been this perception of playing fast and loose with the rules [and] being untrustworthy,” he said in a WWD interview published Thursday.