A former "Apprentice" contestant who claims Trump groped her has enlisted legal eagles who cleared a path for Bill Clinton’s impeachment.
A group of attorneys—who helped Paula Jones sue Bill Clinton—filed a brief claiming that 'Apprentice' contestant Summer Zervos should have the right to sue Trump in state court.
"I just don't buy that."
Guest post by Mike LaChance at American Lookout: In a recent interview on PBS, Judy Woodruff asked Hillary Clinton if the infamous tarmac meeting between her husband and then attorney general Loretta Lynch may have cost her the election. Show More Summary
Alex Berezow Politics, Europe In many ways, Angela Merkel is Germany’s Bill Clinton, minus the philandering. Angela Merkel is likely cruising to an easy re-election as Germany’s chancellor. Because many pundits in America refer to her...Show More Summary
In a contentious interview on CNN Friday, White House aide to Bill Clinton Keith Boykin shut down Donald Trump advisor Bruce LeVell for defending the president’s equating of white nationalists in Charlottesville, Virginia with counter-protestors fighting against white supremacy—and for blaming a...
By Farah Cheded 'The Breach' will dramatize Slick Willie's last days in the White House. The article The Bill Clinton Impeachment Is TV’s New Obsession appeared first on Film School Rejects.
ONE YEAR AGO: Colin Powell: Bill Clinton Is Still ‘Dicking Bimbos.’
“History has ordered a six-episode scripted drama that will explore the impeachment of President Bill Clinton,” Variety reports. “The series will be based on the book The Breach: Inside the Impeachment and Trial of William Jefferson Clinton by Peter Baker. The [...]
An upcoming scripted series promises to go inside the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. From Emmy-winning producer R.J. Cutler, “The Breach: Inside the Impeachment of Bill Clinton” was greenlighted by History. Eli Lehrer, executive vice president of programming for History,...
Donald Trump is a terrible president who does bad things constantly, and while a lot of TV shows are focused on that (specifically The Rachel Maddow Show and American Horror Story), History has decided to go in a different direction by moving forward with a drama series about a Democratic president who did some bad… Read more...
Bill Clinton surprised guests at two dinner parties — one by going and the other by not going
Are you ready for an intimate look at one of the most tumultuous moments in Bill Clinton's presidency? History has given the go-ahead for The Breach: Inside The Impeachment of Bill Clinton, a six-part scripted political thriller centering around President Clinton's impeachment -- the first in... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Bill Clinton
The 90s are back! And it’s not just those high-waisted mom jeans — the History Channel on Thursday announced it’s picked up a drama based on the Clinton impeachment trial. That makes three (officially a trend!) in-the-works scripted projects about that scandal that made “blue dress” a nose-wrinkling phrase. History’s addition to the burgeoning genre is “The Breach: Inside […]
The six-part series, titled 'The Breach,' hails from Emmy winner exec producer and director R.J. Cutler. read more
EXCLUSIVE: History has given the green light to The Breach: Inside The Impeachment of Bill Clinton, a six-part scripted drama series from R.J. Cutler based on Peter Baker’s bestseller The Breach: Inside the Impeachment and Trial of William...Show More Summary
President Trump loves to make deals. Last night, his stunned supporters discovered how much he’s willing to give away when he senses one is within reach. It took the better part of 12 hours to clear up, but it looks as if Democratic leaders Charles E. Schumer and Nancy Pelosi persuaded Trump to...
Was it legal for Ronald Reagan to pardon George Steinbrenner? Was it legal for Richard Nixon to pardon Jimmy Hoffa? Was it legal for Bill Clinton to pardon Patty Hearst? Yes, yes and yes. Yet presidential pardon power is vast, but not limitless. As the Department of Justice makes crystal clear, the...
The president's powers are vast, but they are not limitless. Was it legal for Ronald Reagan to pardon George Steinbrenner? Was it legal for Richard Nixon to pardon Jimmy Hoffa? Was it legal for Bill Clinton to pardon Patty Hearst? Yes, yes and yes. Show More Summary
Celebrities, politicians and LGBTQ rights advocates alike offered heartfelt words in honor of Edith “Edie” Windsor, who died Tuesday at the age of 88. Windsor rose to national prominence after she sued the federal government for not recognizing her marriage to her late first wife.