“To us over here [in the United Kingdom]… we were shocked that almost half of America could look at what Donald Trump has done over the last four years, and like it, and actually want more of it.”
A cliché collection of anthems you’ll sing today, tomorrow, and 20 years from now.
The 94-year-old comedy icon says Trump isn’t “doing a damn thing” about coronavirus.
Singer-songwriter unpacks the themes of her new album, Trouble and Strife.
The rapper and her sister face a defamation lawsuit after a Labor Day weekend altercation with MAGA beachgoers.
The actor-comedian said the Democrats focused too much on “5-year-old” Trump and his impeachment instead of the coronavirus.
“At this moment, the best anyone can offer is gallows humor,” he writes in The Atlantic. “The truth is, we should all be seriously concerned.”
The retired pianist said, “Fred tried to stay pretty quiet about politics, basically because his program was for children… I don’t do a program for children.”
Inspired by the spectacle of death and destruction that was last week’s Republican National Convention.
Midler immediately faced backlash for her xenophobic comments.
“That’s garbage. You don’t need to be a puritan to think so.”
In a separate tweet, Cardi also said Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez “better run for president when she turns 35.”