“That’s one of the reasons why Trump kind of wants you to watch CNN instead of MSNBC,” Lawrence O’Donnell said in a new interview.
In his first late-night appearance since leaving the Senate, Al Franken told Conan O’Brien that he “deserved due process” in his #MeToo ouster.
On this week’s episode of “The Last Laugh” podcast, comedian Kevin Nealon talks about his YouTube series “Hiking with Kevin” and explains how he knew it was time to leave ‘SNL’.
In a candid interview with Lloyd Grove, Billy Bush opens up about #MeToo, Al Franken, Donald Trump, his ‘suicidal thoughts’ after being fired by NBC—and his return to TV.
The former Senate majority leader doesn’t anticipate a comeback, even as he wants one. “He just feels hurt,” Reid said of Franken.
A lengthy story about Al Franken and a vague dig at an unmentioned candidate mark the likely beginning of a contentious conversation.
A mechanism exists for reviewing allegations against senators. It’s a very flawed one, maybe, but it’s the only one that exists. Bypassing it sets a dangerous precedent.