Say what you will about Scott Baio, but he had the foresight to hitch his wagon to the Trump train back at the Republican National Convention and it has simply done wonders for his career. He probably hasn’t gotten any new roles out of it, and it’ll probably make it harder for him to get more roles in the future. Show More Summary
Joanie may love Chachi… but that's about where the pleasantries end. Scott Baio took a break from being irrelevant in 2016 when he showed his true colors as a vocal Donald Trump supporter at the Republican National Convention. Well, as if effectively calling Hillary Clinton a cnt wasn't bad enough… the noticeably less-in-charge of his wits Charles [...]
Politico: “Ted Cruz met with Donald Trump exactly one week after Election Day. As it turned out, Cruz’s tete-a-tete with the president-elect he had spurned from the stage of the Republican National Convention just months before wasn’t the most consequential [...]
At the Republican National Convention last July, retired Army Gen. Michael Flynn famously led Donald Trump’s supporters in angry chants of “Lock her up!” to demand prosecution of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Flynn has suggested that Americans should fear all Muslims, and argued that terrorism...
We hope Sofia Vergara is feeling like Melania Trump the morning after the Republican National Convention. At last night’s Golden Globes, Vergara was on hand to introduce Sylvester Stallone’s daughters — Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet, which is already sounding a little weird. The three girls were sharing the title of Miss Golden Globe, which we did [...]
Over the spring and summer of 2016, I wrote several articles about Republican Never Trumpers’ “last stand” to block the nomination of Donald Trump, using some arcane provision in Republican National Convention rules or Roberts’ Rules of Order to obstruct a formality. Show More Summary
CLEVELAND, OH - JULY 21: Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images) As 2017 opens, The Kelly File will close. Fox News star Megyn Kelly ended months of speculation Tuesday with an announcement she would jump to NBC News, where she will [...]
Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Convention and the future chief of staff for Donald Trump, has seemingly compared the President-elect to Jesus in a Christmas Day message. “Over two millennia ago, a new hope was born into the world, a Savior who would offer the promise of salvation to all mankind. Just [...]
Donald Trump’s inauguration performance roster is shaping up to be even less impressive than his list of celebrity guests for the Republican National Convention. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir announced Thursday that it had accepted an invitation from the U.S. Show More Summary
Megyn Kelly is not apologizing for the spaghetti straps. The Kelly File host responded to the flack she caught back in July for her fashion choice while reporting at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, by pointing out that it's really not an issue worth the "meltdown" it caused. Show More Summary
An exposed shoulder at the Republican National Convention? Oh, the horror. Megyn Kelly has no time for critics of her choice of outfit for the RNC: a spaghetti-strap dress than dared to bare her shoulders on national TV. In a new interview...Show More Summary
“I can be smart and challenging while I wear spaghetti straps, and everyone is just going to have to get their heads around that.”
Months before Donald Trump tapped retired Lt. General Michael Flynn to be his national security adviser, the military officer, who had been fired by the Obama administration, appeared on stage at the Republican National Convention urging...Show More Summary
The following is from Alfie Kohn’s blog at www.alfiekohn.org. Reporter: What do you think people will take away from the [Republican National] Convention? What are you hoping Donald Trump: From the convention? The fact that I’m very well liked. —New York Times, July 21, 2016 The...
Click here for reuse options! The president-elect might be pitiable if he weren't a threat to the future of mankind. Reporter: What do you think people will take away from the [Republican National] Convention? What are you hoping? Donald Trump: From the convention? The fact that I'm very well liked. Show More Summary
Reporter: What do you think people will take away from the [Republican National] Convention? What are you hoping? Donald Trump: From the convention? The fact that I'm very well liked. - New York Times, July 21, 2016 The initial shock has given way to a two-fold horror. Show More Summary
Before Kellyanne Conway, there was Paul Manafort. Manafort effectively led Trump’s campaign following the Republican National Convention. However,...
With an ideology that's a mix of racism, white nationalism and old-fashioned populism, the "alt-right" has burst into the collective consciousness since members showed up at the Republican National Convention to celebrate Trump's nomination...Show More Summary
The Republican National Convention alone was enough to send Father John Misty into a deep, festival-halting funk, so the fact that Donald Trump has somehow, terrifyingly become our President-elect is probably pretty hard for him to take. (I mean, it’s pretty for anyone in their right mind to take.) After one now-deleted Facebook diatribe about […]
Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions Spoke at Republican National Convention; made frequent campaign appearances and interviews for his father. Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions Introduced her father...Show More Summary