The “How I Met Your Mother” and “Avengers” star discusses her scene-stealing turn as conservative troll Ann Coulter in FX’s “Impeachment: American Crime Story.”
Democrats who can win in Republican districts have to think differently, as infuriating as that is for other Democrats.
Sarah Paulson has become Ryan Murphy’s go-to actress for knotty antiheroes and complex villains, and with good reason—but “Impeachment” (like that fat suit) does her few favors.
But the lawyer doesn’t regret his role in the Clinton impeachment saga. Also on the latest New Abnormal, whether Texas spells the end of Roe, where Georgia is headed, and more.
As Reagan and Clinton found out, Americans simply don’t vote on the basis of foreign policy when there’s not an ongoing war.
The series, set at the lead-up to Bill Clinton’s impeachment, hopes to make us rethink our treatment of Lewinsky, Paula Jones, and Linda Tripp. We’ve seen it. It’s a bumpy ride.
The new “American Crime Story,” which Lewinsky produced, aims to finally give her redemption and a voice. But how it portrays the Clintons and Linda Tripp is more complicated.