They were there, huddled in a chilly November rain, to support the roughly 700,000 ‘Dreamers’ — people brought to the United States as children who are temporarily protected from deportation by the government program known as DACA ( “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”).
Judging from the proceedings inside, however, “here” won’t be home much longer.
MSNBC analyst Malcom Nance, long one of the network’s loudest voices when it comes to pushing Russiagate conspiracies, claimed Tuesday morning that President Donald Trump is a Russian asset who was compromised “as early as 1977” via his first marriage to Czech-born Ivana Trump.
Nance appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, in a segment first spotted by Mediaite, to hawk his latest Trump-centric Russia book and was immediately congratulated by host Willie Geist for being “outfront before most people” were aware of the Kremlin’s attempts to interfere in the 2016 election.
Nance, a retired naval intelligence operator, went on to boast that he saw early in Trump’s presidential campaign that the U.S. was under attack by a “wide-ranging information warfare attack” by Russia that was designed to make Trump president, adding that he saw it “about a year before anyone would really understand that.”
What do you like to drink after a shift? “An ice-cold beer! I’m currently obsessed with Blue Owl’s Hop Totem Sour Citra IPA. It’s the perfect balance of sour and hops. I’m a big fan.”
What is the all-time best dive bar jukebox song? “Hands down, “Blackened” by Metallica. That song inspired me to buy an electric guitar in hopes of playing it someday. I’m still pretty incredibly awful.”
After all these years bartending and creating drinks, do you still enjoy going out to bars? “Absolutely! I definitely have days where I want a solid Gibson at a cocktail bar and other days where I want to drink beer and a shot at a local dive. I’m very flexible.”
What do you like to drink after a shift? “Lately, I have been trying to keep it a little more chill, so a glass (or a bottle) of natural wine.”
What is the all-time best dive bar jukebox song? “Stellar by Incubus.”
After all these years bartending and creating drinks, do you still enjoy going out to bars? “I do. I love supporting my community and seeing what everyone is doing. You can’t continue to grow if you are not challenged or challenge others.”
The former First Lady and presidential candidate was appearing on BBC radio in Britain to promote a new book she has written with her daughter, Chelsea, about ‘gutsy’ women.
Hillary said the abuse she had suffered was “heartbreaking and wrong” and said she was in no doubt there was a racial element to the abuse she has endured since starting a relationship with Harry in 2016 and marrying him in 2018.
“Why am I telling you this?” Jeff Garlin asks me as I press him for details about the upcoming season of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
With some gentle prodding, he not only reveals that the 10th season is set to premiere Sunday, Jan. 19 on HBO but then also starts spilling details about the notoriously secretive show, including the fact that actor Vince Vaughn has a multi-episode arc—in which he does not play himself.
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He inhabits every character in Anna Deavere Smith’s Drama Desk-award winning play, originally performed in 1992—an oral history distilled from interviews with over 50 members of the Jewish and African American communities affected in various ways by the Crown Heights Riots of 1991.
The riots followed the death of Gavin Cato, 7, who was knocked down and killed by Yosef Lifsh, a Hasidic Jew; his sister Angela was seriously injured. Riots and fights broke out, and then Hasidic scholar Yankel Rosenbaum was stabbed to death by a black teenager, Lemrick Nelson.
The president’s large adult son thought a book would be an easy roll out to a political career, but it turns out that even for a Trump, the road to literary greatness is fraught.
One of the great contradictions in American life is the politician-authored book, for it is neither written by nor (often) read by that politician. It largely serves as a book tour delivery mechanism—a way for said politician to do the media circuit, the morning shows, the late-night shows and everything in between. But Junior isn’t a politician. In fact, he’s never held any elected office. But not having anything substantive to say has never prevented anyone from writing a book ever (I know this from firsthand experience).
Junior obviously wants to be the heir to his father’s virulent fan base. A book was the next logical step down that lamentable road. He needed something to sell besides his father, his last name, and his bedbug-infested hotels, and so a book was born. After all, everyone else in Trumpworld has done a book, from dancing king Sean Spicer to presidential footnote Anthony Scaramucci to reality television villain Omarosa Manigault Newman.