Bill Maher began Friday’s “Real Time” by talking about President Donald Trump desire to fire special prosecutor Robert Mueller.
“He only backed off after Don McGahn said, ‘You know this isn’t a TV show, right?'” Maher said. He went on to say that Trump thought he could fire Mueller because the special counsel quit Trump’s club and didn’t pay his bills.
“First Stormy Daniels and now Mueller? Has there been anyone who Trump hasn’t tried to f*ck on the golf course?” Maher joked.
Maher noted that even Donald Trump Jr. was asking “I thought I was supposed to be the family dipsh*t.”
When it came to Devin Nunes, Maher wondered if he “represented the district of Trump’s colon.”
He went on to mock Trump’s border wall, saying that “the wall is really more valuable to him as an idea than a reality. Like his marriage.”
Melania Trump was supposed to be with Trump in Davos, but she had other obligations. Maher said “that’s political speak for, ‘Why don’t you take your porn star girlfriend.'” Instead, Mrs. Trump stayed home and went to the Holocaust Museum
“She went to the Holocaust Museum to cheer up,” Maher said.
But where the opening monologue really knocked it out of the park was the evangelical community’s hypocrisy on Trump’s alleged affair. Watch Maher’s comments about it below:
‘I will be buying an AR-15’: MLB investigating umpire who called for civil war if Trump is impeached
On Wednesday, ESPN reported that baseball officials are looking into a tweet by Major League umpire Rob Drake, in which he announced he was buying a semiautomatic rifle in preparation for the civil war that would erupt if President Donald Trump is impeached.
"I will be buying an AR-15 tomorrow, because if you impeach MY PRESIDENT this way, YOU WILL HAVE ANOTHER CIVAL [sic] WAR!!! #MAGA2020" tweeted Drake, who has umpired postseason games since 2010 and lives in Arizona.
‘Ridiculous’ for Trump’s team to ‘feed people this line’ that Ukraine didn’t know about the frozen aid: CNN contributor
President Donald Trump and his associates have recently tried a new defense for the Ukraine scandal, claiming that there couldn't have been a quid pro quo because the Ukrainians were supposedly unaware of the military aid freeze the Trump apparently ordered to force them to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden.
On Wednesday's edition of CNN's "The Situation Room," Washington Post journalist David Swerdlick and his co-panelists smacked down that narrative.
"The New York Times reports that the Ukrainians learned in early August that aid was frozen and they were told to reach out to the acting White House Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney," said anchor Wolf Blitzer.
Document reveals how the White House cheered up Trump after his meltdown at #MAGA rally in Dallas
Last week, President Donald Trump sought to shore up political support in Texas by holding a campaign rally in Dallas.
During the rally, Trump told the crowd how he hated it when his children told him what they learned in school.
The president also suffered a meltdown and offered the crowd his impersonations.
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren on Wednesday revealed a note she'd received from the White House reading, "Tomi, thank you for everything. Best wishes."