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Just In: Moments ago President #Trump greeted White House guests as he reopens the White House to public tours. pic.twitter.com/VAkrslRwqe
— Fox Business (@FoxBusiness) March 7, 2017
President Donald Trump reopened the White House to public tours on Tuesday, and greeted the first group of visitors personally.
Appearing from behind a partition, Trump was met with cheers and screams from the tour attendees – which included a large group of children, one of whom was called up by the president for a picture. Coincidentally, the photo op was staged right in front of a portrait of former First Lady Hillary Clinton »
- Lindsay Kimble
Last Year’s Winner: “Sherlock: The Abominable Bride”
Hot Streak: HBO has won more awards in this category than all the other networks combined. They have 19 total Emmys. CBS and NBC are tied for the second highest total – six.
Fun Fact: “Jackie” fans take note: The First Lady was awarded an Emmy for “A Tour of the White House,” her famous televised walking tour that highlighted the historical alterations and preservations she’d help make to the White House. Jackie Kennedy remains the only First Lady to win a statue (though Michelle Obama’s “Billy on the Street” segment was nominated in 2015).
Read More: TV Academy Adds Music Supervisor, Reality Casting Emmy Categories; Restructures Interactive Awards
HBO’s dominance in the TV Movie category is well-known, even if the network was upset by an “Abominable Bride” last year. It’s back with a vengeance in 2017, touting three big-name contenders with built-in followers. »
- Ben Travers
To some, they might seem an unlikely twosome: a former president and former first lady from two different administrations, different political parties, different generations and different upbringings.
“She kind of likes my sense of humor. Anybody who likes my sense of humor, I immediately like,” says Bush, in an interview to launch his first art book and new exhibit, Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors, a collection of his paintings of post-9/11 war veterans.
Bush, 70, notes that he was regularly seated beside Obama, »
- Sandra Sobieraj Westfall
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Quantico recap.
By the end of this week’s Quantico, the final one featuring two timelines, we know this much is true:
The mastermind behind the terrorist attack at the G20 summit was Lydia.
Alex and Ryan are very much in an “off” phase of their on-again, off-again romance.
Harry likely is never going to get the justice he’s chased all season.
Owen definitely is one of the good guys. (At least, for now.)
The damage Lydia did is going to take a new team of FBI and CIA agents to handle… »
First Lady Melania Trump recited the Lord’s Prayer and delivered a speech bashing Donald Trump‘s critics in Florida. The First Lady delivered her speech ahead of her husband’s rally in Melbourne, Florida. Usually a demure presence next to her outspoken husband, many people were surprised by her speech. “The America we envision is one that […]
The post Melania Trump Leads Lord’s Prayer, Delivers Speech in Florida Rally appeared first on uInterview. »
- Aleks Simeonova
The moment marked Mrs. Trump’s first official appearance at the White House since her husband was sworn in as president nearly a month ago on Jan. 20. Mrs. Trump, 46, has decided to continue living in New York City with her 10-year-old son, Barron, while he finishes the school year.
Mrs. Trump greeted the Netanyahus with kisses when she and her husband met their guests outside the South Portico of the White House at noon. »
- Tierney McAfee
When it comes to the Manhattan Theatre Club’s upcoming production of Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes, which will see Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon playing Regina Hubbard Giddens and Birdie Hubbard in repertory appearing opposite each other during every performance, it’s anybody’s guess at how exactly it’s going to come together. “It’s a big experiment for everybody,” says Linney, who actually suggested that she and Nixon rotate the roles and, admittedly, has no idea if it’s actually going to work. “I love that I have no idea.” For both actors, it’s quite possible the greatest thing about it.
“The bizarre thing is trying to find your own Regina and your own Birdie while the actress across from you is also trying to find it,” Nixon says, while adding that the whole concept is “very liberating.”
“I’m sure Cynthia and I are going to play both parts differently, and who »
A new filing in Melania Trump‘s libel lawsuit against the Daily Mail casts her role as first lady as a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity … multi-million dollar business relationships.”
President Donald Trump‘s wife on Monday re-filed a defamation suit against Mail Media, the owner of the Daily Mail, for publishing allegations last August that she once worked as a prostitute. In the lawsuit filed in the Manhattan Supreme Court, Trump’s lawyer, Charles Harder, argues for the first time that the article damaged the first lady’s “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to make millions by launching a “broad-based commercial brand.”
The filing, which »
- Tierney McAfee
Melania Trump has reached a settlement with a blogger who suggested that she might have worked as an escort before becoming First Lady, according to a statement on behalf of Trump’s lawyer, Charles Harder. “The First Lady of the United States has settled her lawsuit against Webster Griffin Tarpley of Maryland,” said the statement, issued Tuesday. “Mr. Tarpley has issued the attached retraction and apology to Mrs. Trump and her family, and agreed to pay her a substantial sum as a settlement.” In his statement, Tarpley said his story, published last year, was “replete with false and defamatory statements” about Melania. »
- Tim Kenneally
As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump sold himself as a successful businessman and deal-maker who gets things done. But former Secretary of State and White House Chief of Staff James A. Baker III warns that “running a business and running the government are two entirely different functions.”
In a wide-ranging new interview with Politico, the widely respected Republican — who counts admirers from both sides of the aisle and reigned as Washington’s top backstage power broker under former Presidents George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan — shares his criticisms, hopes and advice for the 45th president.
Rule No. 1: “Process matters, »
- Tierney McAfee
Hosted live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Moore — who passed away Wednesday — and the mother-daughter duo — who died one day apart in December — were some of the many late actors and actresses that were recognized on-screen at the annual awards show for their contribution to the world of film and television.
- Natalie Stone
Lindsay Lohan is making a fresh start.
After deleting all of her tweets and Instagram posts earlier this year, the 30-year-old actress has returned to social media with a pair of snapshots detailing her recent meeting with Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkey.
“What a dream it is for Mr. President Erdogan and The First Lady to invite me to their home,” Lohan wrote alongside a photo of the Turkish president and his wife. “Their efforts in helping Syrian Refugees is truly inspiring. #peace starts now. Please for peace.”
Lohan’s message is a likely nod to Trump’s recent executive order that temporarily bans Muslim refugees from entering the United States.
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Lindsay Lohan is back on Instagram.
The actress, 30, kicked off the new year by deleting all of her Instagram posts. But on Friday, Lohan returned with a post about a meeting she had with Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the President of Turkey.
“What a dream it is for Mr. President Erdogan and The First Lady to invite me to their home. Their efforts in helping Syrian Refugees is truly inspiring #peace starts now @a_boynukalin @hilalkaplanogut @rterdogan please for peace @therealdonaldtrump Alaikum Salam #cleanslate2017 #theworldisbiggerthan5,” she wrote.
“Alaikum Salam,” which Lohan included in her post, is an Arabic greeting which translates to “Peace be unto you. »
- Blake Bakkila
Melania Trump is going to endear herself to New Yorkers right off the bat by Not creating traffic jams across the city ... TMZ has learned. The First Lady returned to Trump Tower Sunday night because, as we reported ... she religiously escorts Barron to his private school -- but now they'll do it in a heavily protected motorcade rolling through NYC. This, understandably, was a deep concern for city commuters. Our law enforcement sources tell us it won't be that bad. »
- TMZ Staff
The Obama family ended their eight-year residency at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on Friday, as the former first couple bid a temporary farewell to the nation’s capital following Donald Trump’s swearing-in ceremony.
Immediately following President Trump‘s oath of office on the West front of the U.S. Capitol, former President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, slipped through the building and out to its East front. On the steps, the former first couple shared embraces with former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, as well as Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen.
- Lindsay Kimble
Michelle Obama has spent the past eight years inspiring many in the country with her graceful leadership and poise.
But less than two days before President-elect Donald Trump‘s presidency begins, the first lady is turning the spotlight back onto the American people —and expressing her gratitude.
In a touching message posted on her social media accounts Wednesday evening, Obama bid adieu to the White House by opening up about what the role of first lady has meant to her.
“Being your First Lady has been the honor of a lifetime,” she wrote. “From the bottom of my heart, thank you. »
- Dave Quinn
[[tmz:video id="0_t5hh1bn8"]] Michelle Obama did some serious doggy spin with Sunny just over a week after the bitch bit the face of a White House guest. Flotus posted what we're guessing is supposed to be an adorable clip of her walking around the White House with Sunny and Bo one last time before they move out on Friday. You gotta see Michelle call for the pooches in this video -- one of them barked and nipped at the other. »
- TMZ Staff
After eight years in Washington D.C., the Obamas are headed for a little fun in the sun!
Following Donald Trump's inauguration on Jan. 20, President Barack Obama, along with Michelle, Sasha, Malia, and the family dogs, Bo and Sunny, will travel to Palm Springs, California, White House press secretary Josh Earnest revealed on Tuesday.
"The president vowed to take his family to a destination that is warmer than Washington, and Palm Springs fits the bill," Earnest said during a news conference. "He and his family have enjoyed the time they spent there in the past, and they're looking forward to traveling there on Friday."
During a 60 Minutes interview on Sunday, the president also revealed that his post-White House life would not involve "setting my alarm. That I'm certain of."
Watch: President Barack Obama Delivers Emotional Farewell Address -- Celebs React with Love, Passion and Tears »
It’s going to be a 9 to 5 reunion for Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton at the 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards when they present their former costar and longtime friend, Lily Tomlin, with the 53rd SAG Life Achievement Award, People exclusively confirms.
The legendary actresses share a long history and close friendship stemming from their classic comedy film about three working women living out their fantasies of getting even with their bigoted boss.
At the time the film was shot, Fonda and Tomlin were already friends who were recognized by their peers as some of the best actresses in the business. »
- Alexia Fernandez
Go Cubs Go — and they did go — all the way to the White House!
The team brought their World Series trophy, as well as the Cubs’s signature “W” flag along with them.
The Cubs made their entrance to the East Room trailed by cheers of “Let’s Go Cubbies!” before President Obama took the stage.
“They said this day would never come,” Obama started. “Here is something my predecessors »
- Diana Pearl
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