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NBC Helped Create President Trump — and MSNBC Ratings Prove He’s Been Good for the Company

4 August 2017 5:26 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

If NBC didn’t make “The Apprentice,” there would be no President Donald Trump. And if there was no President Donald Trump, there would be no MSNBC ratings bump.

The television butterfly effect has become a popular topic. At San Diego Comic-Con, “The Simpsons” executive producer Matt Selman (somewhat) jokingly pointed out that it was his animated smash that gave Rupert Murdoch the resources to launch Fox News… which created a political environment that eventually also led to a President Trump.

NBCUniversal must appreciate the irony: However America got here, MSNBC – with host Rachel Maddow as its central star – has capitalized on the hunger to make sense of this administration.

Read MoreNBC Boss Remains Bullish on Jimmy Fallon Even As Rivals Get a Trump Bump

It’s only been eight months (just three years and three months until the next presidential election, folks), but the Trump effect has had a tremendous impact on TV ratings. »

- Michael Schneider

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NBC Helped Create President Trump — and MSNBC Ratings Prove He’s Been Good for the Company

4 August 2017 5:26 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

If NBC didn’t make “The Apprentice,” there would be no President Donald Trump. And if there was no President Donald Trump, there would be no MSNBC ratings bump.

The television butterfly effect has become a popular topic. At San Diego Comic-Con, “The Simpsons” executive producer Matt Selman (somewhat) jokingly pointed out that it was his animated smash that gave Rupert Murdoch the resources to launch Fox News… which created a political environment that eventually also led to a President Trump.

NBCUniversal must appreciate the irony: However America got here, MSNBC – with host Rachel Maddow as its central star – has capitalized on the hunger to make sense of this administration.

Read MoreNBC Boss Remains Bullish on Jimmy Fallon Even As Rivals Get a Trump Bump

It’s only been eight months (just three years and three months until the next presidential election, folks), but the Trump effect has had a tremendous impact on TV ratings. »

- Michael Schneider

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‘Stay Away from Donnie Trump’: Inside Don Jr.’s Drinking, Womanizing and Frat Guy Antics

19 July 2017 10:35 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Donald Trump taught his children to fight dirty and win, no matter the cost. Subscribe now for a look at how the ruthless family culture has shaped Don Jr., his siblings, and the Presidency – only in People.

Decades before he started making headlines as a First Son with a controversial record of meeting with Russian nationals, President Donald Trump‘s eldest child was a self-confessed hard-partying fraternity brother at the University of Pennsylvania.

There, Donald Trump Jr. was so notorious for his strong interest in women that a friend who went to frat parties with him tells People in this »

- Sandra Sobieraj Westfall and Tierney McAfee

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Inside President Trump’s Relationship with Eldest Son and ‘High-Quality Person’ Donald Jr. Amid Whispers of Treason

12 July 2017 4:07 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In the months since President Donald Trump took office, his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., has become one of his father’s most vocal supporters — and Twitter defenders.

The president returned the favor on Tuesday and Wednesday, coming to his son’s defense after his namesake seemingly embroiled himself more deeply in the ongoing Russian collusion investigation by releasing emails detailing how he eagerly set up a meeting with a Kremlin-linked lawyer who allegedly promised damaging information on his father’s presidential rival, Hillary Clinton.

“My son is a high-quality person and I applaud his transparency,” the president said in »

- Tierney McAfee

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Emmys: Did Bill Maher Just Blow a Nomination?

3 June 2017 3:22 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Whether or not Bill Maher, the host of HBO's once-a-week late-night talk show Real Time, ends up keeping his job after using the N-word on his show Friday night, he may have just blown an Emmy nomination.

This is the the second time Maher has said the racial slur on TV, having also used it on a 2010 episode of Larry King Live, and singer Chance the Rapper and #BlackLivesMatter leader DeRay McKesson are among those now calling for him to be fired. But setting aside a discussion of his use of the word, his timing »

- Scott Feinberg

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The Best of Don Rickles: Inside His Most Memorable Comedic Moments

6 April 2017 2:05 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

For over six decades, Don Rickles was a living comedy highlight reel. Whether he was roasting his own audience during a stand-up routine, bringing talk-show-host veterans to tears with laughter or acting alongside the biggest movie stars in the world, all of Rickles’ performances were one of a kind.

The legendary insult comic died on Thursday at the age of 90. His longtime representative Paul Shefrin told People in a statement: “Emmy-Award winning iconic comedian Don Rickles passed away at his home Los Angeles this morning (Thursday) as a result of kidney failure.”

While younger generations will remember him as the »

- Mike Miller

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