Much like Franken himself did in his emotional Senate-floor speech, many tweeters pointed out the irony that the Minnesota Democrat was forced to resign over his alleged actions while other politicians who have been accused of sexual misconduct — including President Donald Trump and embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore — have not faced consequences. (Trump and Moore have denied the allegations against them.)
Actress Ellen Barkin showed support for Franken while decrying Democrats for their part in his resignation,
During an appearance Monday on Fox News’ The Sean Hannity Show, Gingrich criticized Mueller’s probe into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, specifically the early-morning timing of investigators’ raid on Manafort’s home over the summer.
One year ago, Megyn Kelly was on top of the world. Her nightly Fox News program The Kelly File had briefly unseated The O’Reilly Factor at the top of the ratings. The host had begun – despite a 12-year tenure at the network of Roger Ailes – to ingratiate herself with conservatives and liberals alike. She even seemed, for a moment, impervious to the fickle nature of newscasting: the critics who excoriated her history of racially insensitive remarks would just as easily anoint her a feminist firebrand for her takedowns of Newt Gingrich and Anthony Weiner. With a forthcoming memoir and contract negotiations looming, she was in pole position. But Kelly was, to hear her tell it, unhappy; being an enemy of Donald Trump’s can have that effect.
History on Thursday announced that it has greenlit The Breach: Inside the Impeachment of Bill Clinton, a scripted drama based on Peter Baker’s book The Breach: Inside the Impeachment and Trial of William Jefferson Clinton. R.J. Cutler (Nashville, The War Room) will executive-produce and direct the six-episode drama, which the network is describing as a political thriller. FreemantleMedia North America and A+E Studios will produce.
The series logline
The series will be based on the book “The Breach: Inside the Impeachment and Trial of William Jefferson Clinton” by Peter Baker. The series begins with the revelation that President Clinton was having an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky and continues through the political combat that saw Hillary Clinton, Newt Gingrich, Prosecutor Ken Starr, Congressman Bob Livingston and many others dominating the national headlines.
The series will be executive produced and directed by R.J. Cutler and hails from FremantleMedia North America in association with A+E Studios. Barry Jossen is executive producer for A+E Studios. Cutler and David K. Israel wrote the series pilot. FremantleMedia International will serve as the global distributor for “The Breach: Inside the Impeachment of Bill Clinton.”
“Set at the dawn of the cable news wars and the social media
News broke Tuesday that the former White House press secretary has signed with Worldwide Speakers Group, a professional services firm with a roster of paid talent that includes former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren.
Although the company declined to say how much Spicer would be paid per speech, the 45-year-old reportedly met with another agent before signing with Worldwide Speakers Group — telling the agent he was worth more than the $20,000 to $30,000 going rate given for speeches by
The 45-year-old former press secretary, Politico reports, has signed with Worldwide Speakers Group, a professional services firm that provides keynote speakers to corporate, trade, education, and commercial clients worldwide.
“Audiences around the world will benefit from the same candor, wit and insight that Spicer brought to the White House briefing room,” the group wrote of Spicer, in a promotional notice obtained by the political news outlet.
It’s only been five days since President Donald Trump‘s first press secretary officially left the White House,
In newly released footage from the highly anticipated revival, Will, Grace, Karen and Jack poke fun at everything from Fox News, Republican politician Newt Gingrich, and even, yes, the revival itself.
"It will be different this time," Will (Eric McCormack) tells Grace (Debra Messing) in one scene. "Will it?" she asks.
"Yes, 'cause all the other times we've done this we thought it'd be different, but this time we know it's going to be exactly the same," he says as Grace breaks into an ear-to-ear...
Cameron retired from Fox News earlier this month after more than 20 years with the all-news cabler. He was most recently chief political correspondent.
Londonderry founder Patrick Millsaps said Cameron’s background of covering every presidential campaign and White House since 1996 made him well-suited for the job of developing compelling stories for TV. Millsaps formerly worked as chief of staff for Newt Gingrich during his 2012 presidential bid. He launched a talent management firm in 2014 and expanded into film and TV production last year with the Londonderry banner. Former Walden Media executive Chip Flaherty joined Londonderry in July as head of its film arm.
“I am thrilled to have TV veteran Carl Cameron join the Londonderry team,” said Millsaps. “Carl and I met when I was running my first and
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