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Trump Wants to ‘Monetize’ His New ‘Audience’

Vanity Fair media writer Sarah Ellison tells The Takeaway that Donald Trump has had private discussions with his inner circle about “how to monetize” the new audience he’s built up.

Donald Trump Apparently Thought He Could Be A Reality TV Star And President At The Same Time

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump reportedly talked to a top NBC executive four years ago about the possibility of continuing to host his reality show “The Apprentice” if he were ever elected president. Vanity Fair contributing...Show More Summary

Donald Trump told NBC he could do ‘The Apprentice’ from the White House: report

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Donald Trump reportedly told an NBC Universal executive that he could continue his show “The Apprentice” if he ran and was elected to the White House. According to a June Vanity Fair report that The Hill notes went largely ignored until the reporter did an interview this weekend on The...

Amy Schumer’s New Book Tells All, Is She Really The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo?

Amy Schumer is a published author. Her new book The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo is slated to be a best-seller, according to Vanity Fair. Containing a total of 35 chapters, one for every year of the comedian’s life, the book isn’t an autobiography, per se. Show More Summary

Trump's Many Failures

Vanity Fair reports on Trump's campaign, which has morphed from free-fall to the hospice phase: As Wisconsin radio host Charlie Sykes summed up Bannon’s appointment: “Trump’s campaign has now entered the Hospice Phase. He... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Election 2016 – Why Defeating Trump Won't Make Trump Go Away

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, In the wake of Trump’s recent hiring of Breitbart’s Stephen Bannon to campaign CEO, a June article published in Vanity Fair is now receiving a lot of attention. Here are a few excerpts...Show More Summary

A first for Wired: a presidential endorsement

The Vanity Fair of tech goes editorially where it has not gone before: … for all of its opinions and enthu­siasms, WIRED has never made a practice of endorsing candidates for president of the United States. Through five election cycles we’ve written about politics and politicians and held them up against our ideals. But we’ve [...]

Trump's Campaign Is Looking More And More Like An Elaborate Media Launch

NEW YORK ? Trump TV? Trump News? Trumpbook? The working assumption lately among media and politics watchers is that if Donald Trump loses in November, he’ll follow his true passion: media stardom. Vanity Fair’s Sarah Ellison reported...Show More Summary

This New Summer Thriller Is So Scary It Is Making People Shit Themselves Like Crazy

last weekHumor : Funny or Die

This New Summer Thriller Is So Scary... “King’s masterful mixture of mystery and horror... played my colon like a fucking fiddle.” - Vanity Fair Submitted by: Ryan Haney Regular Keywords: Summer Movies Thrillers Crazy Reviews Movie Reviews Film Views: 62

Week in Review: Cameron Dallas for Vanity Fair, Ermenegildo Zegna’s Fall Collection + More

Review the most popular updates of the prior week. Cameron Dallas Takes to Chateau Marmont for Vanity Fair Italia Shoot Zayn Malik Stars in GQ Shoot, Talks Style & Giuseppe Zanotti Collaboration David Gandy Covers Debut Issue of Vanity...Show More Summary

Why Doesn't The Trans Community Have A Proper Dating App Yet?

Tinder has brought about the dawn of the “Dating Apocalypse,” declared the headline on a Vanity Fair article last September. The piece, which used interviews with members of the ever-maligned Millennial generation to conclude that—surprise!—it’s...Show More Summary

Meryl Streep Tells ‘Fox’ She Felt Like Hillary Clinton’s ‘Cheerleader’

Meryl Streep told Fox News that she felt like a cheerleader for Hillary Clinton at last month’s Democratic Convention. Meanwhile, the three time Oscar winner has also been dubbed the “Queen of August” by Vanity Fair. When sitting down with Fox News‘ program Fox411 for an interview, Meryl Streep explained how it felt to speak... Show More Summary

Cameron Dallas Takes to Chateau Marmont for Vanity Fair Italia Shoot

Cameron Dallas takes over Chateau Marmont as he connects with Vanity Fair Italia for the magazine’s August 2016 issue. Sporting fashions from Saint Laurent, Sandro, Calvin Klein, and other brands, Cameron is styled by Wyman Chang. Pouring on the personality for a fun series of images, Cameron is snapped by photographer Mike Rosenthal. Show More Summary

‘Dirty Dancing’: Why Jennifer Grey Won’t Appear In Remake, Fun Facts About The Original Movie

Dirty Dancing (the remake) is coming to an ABC affiliate near you. Jennifer Grey, aka Baby, is not joining the cast. According to Vanity Fair, the Golden Globe nominee politely declined the offer. Although she was flattered to be asked to participate, Grey made this statement. Show More Summary

David Gandy Covers Debut Issue of Vanity Fair UK On Route

Following their cover story for British GQ, photographer Arnaldo Anaya-Lucca and top model David Gandy reunite for the debut issue of Vanity Fair UK On Route. Featured for his passion for cars, David embraces a rugged flair as he gets his hands dirty for a new cover shoot, captured by Anaya-Lucca. Show More Summary

Katherine Heigl Shouldn’t Apologize to Seth Rogen

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

In 2008, Katherine Heigl committed the unforgivable offense of describing the film Knocked Up as "a little sexist” in a Vanity Fair interview. The backlash was swift and decisive, with Heigl gaining a reputation for being ungrateful and difficult that would go on to tank her career. It also kicked ... More »

Stylist Michael Philouze Is Seeking Interns In New York, NY

We are looking for a bright and hard working member to join the team of stylist Michael Philouze in New York. Michael is the Men’s Fashion Editor at Vogue, and also a freelance stylist for magazines like Vanity Fair France, L’Uomo Vogue, to name a few. I'd like to post the internship offer on your... Continue reading

All New GE Hires Will Learn to Code

Want to learn to code? Get a job at General Electric. CEO Jeff Immelt tells Vanity Fair that new hires, including the 4,000 to 5,000 college graduates hired each year, will now learn to code as part of a larger overhaul to the century-old company. "It doesn't matter...

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