“The Daily Show” tweeted a phone number on Thursday, clearly urging followers to give it a ring. Here’s a hint: The voice sounds very familiar and boasts about a “perfect” phone call — and Ukraine. Just call the number. It’s a “perfect” call. — ReallyReally (@ReallyR65257017) October 11, 2019 Need more
“Late Show” host Stephen Colbert said Wednesday that President Donald Trump is facing a rival far greater than his many political opponents. The House has launched an impeachment inquiry based on a phone call in which Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky for dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden,
Trump suddenly announced Sunday night that he’s pulling out U.S. troops backing the Kurds who have spent years battling ISIS and losing thousands of fighters. Trump took the action after a phone call with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, stunning Pentagon officials. “This is just insane,” Noah said. “The Kurds
In fact, she pretty much admitted during her monologue that she is her character: “sexually depraved, foul-mouthed, dangerous.” She quipped: “I’m not a sex addict because I wrote ‘Fleabag,’ but I did write ‘Killing Eve’ because I’m a psychopath. My most exciting ex-boyfriend wrote nothing, but was both.” Waller-Bridge noted
Sweet, wry Matthew Broderick turned up on “Saturday Night Live’s” cold open to play Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and suddenly the whole impeachment quaqmire didn’t seem so very horrible. Ferris Bueller’s version of Pompeo is a get-along, unassuming guy who pretty much sees the end coming. He might even
An appearance by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on “60 Minutes” Sunday was such an amazing pratfall that “The Daily Show” featured it in the ongoing segment “The Fantastic, Absolutely Tremendous Road to Impeachment.” McCarthy was asked for his reaction to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky discussing a planned purchase
Comedian Larry David reprised his role as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in an “Impeachment Town Hall” on the season premiere of “Saturday Night Live” — and it was hard to believe he wasn’t the real senator. David looked like Sanders, even sounded like him — just funnier. “Hello everyone,” he said.