The comedian and ‘Trews’ host is calling it quits on his popular political YouTube series, at least for the time being.
Russell Brand has had enough and he’s quitting his show. Brand’s YouTube show, “The Trews,” has come to an end. He’s gotten tired of all the flack he gets for his shows and he needs a break. Watch the video of his last show below. Related on EcoSalon ‘A Brief […] The post Russell Brand Bids the Internet Adieu (For Now) [Video] appeared first on EcoSalon.
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Comedian Russell Brand slammed Donald Trump on The Trews on Friday for bringing poltical discourse in the US down even further from where Brand usually sees it. “You know my views on conventional politics — it’s meaningless. These spectacular, ludicrous, grotesque figures,...
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Bill O’Reilly came perilously close to self-awareness in his defense of Donald Trump, comedian Russell Brand said on his latest commentary for The Trews, saying the Factor host was “tantalizingly close” to becoming Howard Beale, the newsman at the center of the seminal satire...
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Britain has observed a minute silence for UK victims of the Tunisian terror attack which killed 30 people. Flags at Buckingham Palace and Whitehall flew at half-mast and play at Wimbledon was delayed. Mosques around the country also took part.
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