close Video Howard Kurtz: Why veteran anchor Ted Koppel is slamming NY Times, Washington Post President Trump has been aiming his online invective at a whole lot of targets, including the husband of his White House counselor. And it's easy to get distracted when the president of the United States is using phrases like "total loser" and "husband from hell" to describe Washington lawyer George Conway, who constantly torches Kellyanne's boss on Twitter. But whether Trump is slamming social media bias, "SNL" reruns or "fake news" (applauding the Brazilian president for using that phrase), he is building the case that those who control the flow of information are consistently unfair to him. Now comes a widely respected veteran journalist to say the president has a point. Ted Koppel was a globe-trotting ABC News correspondent for decades and a master interviewer as the anchor of "Nightline." I appeared on that program numerous times and know … [Read more...] about Ted Koppel says ‘the Establishment press is out to get’ Trump
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Michael Brice-Saddler, The Washington Post Published 11:42 am PST, Sunday, December 16, 2018 The day after a "Saturday Night Live" sketch depicted what life might be like had Donald Trump never been elected, the president criticized what he called the show's "one sided coverage" and suggested without any basis that it was defamation. "A REAL scandal is the one sided coverage, hour by hour, of networks like NBC & Democrat spin machines like Saturday Night Live," Trump wrote Sunday on Twitter. "It is all nothing less than unfair news coverage and Dem commercials.Should be tested in courts, can't be legal? Only defame & belittle! Collusion?" Many responded to Trump's tweet by citing the First Amendment's protection of free speech and expression. Trump has frequently called the media "the enemy of the people" and has said that it would be a good idea to "loosen up" libel laws. The president did not directly mention what coverage prompted his ire. On Saturday, Alec … [Read more...] about SNL imagined a world without Trump as president. Trump was not amused.
Mike Pence is a DJ, Melania is a real estate mogul, and President Donald Trump has a full head of real hair in an alternate universe presented in the cold open of "Saturday Night Live." Alec Baldwin returned to play Trump, with the rest of the cast appearing as their usual Trump administration characters, in a spoof on the Christmas movie classic "It's a Wonderful Life." In this case, though, Trump is wishing to be free of the presidency's toils, and Clarence the Angel (Kenan Thompson) comes to show him that... yep, things would be better that way.In this alternate reality, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is doing PR for Facebook, Ashley Madison, and the "Romaine Lettuce Association." Kellyanne Conway, no longer "eaten alive by lies," now talks to her husband. Also, it turns out, all those Hillary Clinton emails were just coupons from Bed, Bath & Beyond. Best of all, a Muslim immigrant from Syria was welcomed to the United States and found a solution for Trump's hair loss … [Read more...] about ‘It’s a Wonderful Trump’ in SNL’s alternate universe where Trump was never elected
HTV National Desk Published 12:04 pm CST, Sunday, November 11, 2018 "Thanks for making a Republican look good," Texas U.S. Rep.-elect Dan Crenshaw tells Pete Davidson during "Saturday Night Live," which aired Nov. 10, 2018. >>>See the best SNL impersonations ... "Thanks for making a Republican look good," Texas U.S. Rep.-elect Dan Crenshaw tells Pete Davidson during "Saturday Night Live," which aired Nov. 10, 2018. >>>See the best SNL impersonations ... Click through the slideshow to see some of the best SNL impersonations of all timeAlec Baldwin as Donald TrumpThe real Trump hates this impression so much that he routinely complains about it on Twitter. Click through the slideshow to see some of the best SNL impersonations of all time Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump The real Trump hates this impression so much that he routinely complains about it on Twitter. Photo: Will Heath, Associated … [Read more...] about War hero Congressman-elect makes surprise SNL appearance, gets apology for controversial joke
Kate McKinnon's Jeff Sessions gave a tearful goodbye after getting fired by Trump this week Phil Owen, provided by Published 9:00 pm PST, Saturday, November 10, 2018 The cold open for the Nov. 10 episode of “SNL” saw Kate McKinnon bring back her impersonation of former U.S. attorney general Jeff Sessions for what might be the last time — with Sessions clearing out his office and saying goodbye to everybody. Including Robert Mueller, played once again by Robert De Niro. The sketch saw appearances by other “SNL” cast members Aidy Bryant as Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Beck Bennett as Mike Pence, and Mikey Day and Alex Moffat as Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump. Read the full article on The Wrap Click through the slideshow to see some of the best SNL impersonations of all timeAlec Baldwin as Donald TrumpThe real Trump hates this impression so much that he routinely complains about it on Twitter. Click through the slideshow to see some of the … [Read more...] about ‘SNL’: De Niro’s Robert Mueller Thanks Jeff Sessions for All His Help With the Investigation (Video)