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Trump roasted by late-night hosts after he stops mid-speech to search for water
President Donald Trump's desperate search for a bottle of water during a speech from the White House on Wednesday -- a bottle that ended up being right in front of him -- was way too rich of an opportunity for ridicule. Naturally, late-night TV hosts jumped on the opportunity to mock the moment as
Late-night hosts mock Jeff Sessions for catching 'brain fever' on Capitol Hill
Attorney General Jeff Sessions provided lots of fodder for the late-night TV circuit on Tuesday after he faced a day of tough questioning on Capitol Hill . Sessions' testimony to the House Judiciary Committee covered a wide range of issues surrounding possible Russian collusion, but Sessions seemed
The Note: Trump-era elections were a jolt to both parties. Will they wake up?
The TAKE with Rick Klein Rejecting what President Donald Trump stands for is not the same as rejecting what he wants to do. Yes, Democrats remade the electorate , and they did it the old-fashioned way . They scored wins in culture wars and drawing energy they hadn’t yet harnessed in the age of
On 1-year anniversary of election defeat, Clinton says 'we are on the right track'
On the one-year anniversary of her election defeat at the hands of President Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton on Wednesday said the country is on the right track when it comes to rejecting Republican ideologies. "I think the fever is finally breaking," Clinton said in an interview on "Late Night with
Late-night TV roundup: Hosts rip Trump over 'love fest' comments
Jimmy Kimmel opened Wednesday’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” with a short etiquette lesson for President Donald Trump, who described a recent meeting with GOP lawmakers as a “love fest,” noting that they even gave him a standing ovation. “Who wants to be the one who tells him that people are
Emmys 2017: Complete winners list
The 2017 Emmys proved to be an historic night, with several stars setting records in the TV world. Lena Waithe broke down barriers, being the first black woman to win an Emmy for her writing in “Master of None.” In addition to Waithe, "Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus won best actress in a comedy
How the 2017 Emmys got political
From the monologue to acceptance speeches -- and even a cameo from a former White House staffer -- tonight's Emmy Awards didn't avoid politics. A politically-packed monologue Host Stephen Colbert didn't hold back on the president in the monologue, blaming the Emmys for inspiring President Donald
Jimmy Kimmel on President Trump's reaction to Charlottesville: 'He is a total disaster'
Following the events of this past weekend in Charlottesville and President Donald Trump's most recent comments from Tuesday, late night hosts took a considerably more serious tone than usual last night. While Trump called the man who drove a car into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing a
Seth Meyers on Stephen Colbert controversy, doing comedy with Donald Trump
Meyers discussed working with the now-president on "SNL" and criticizing him at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Did Trump reveal U.S. secrets?
Lawmakers react to claims President Trump may have divulged US secrets to the Russians.