On Friday, HBO’s Bill Maher interviewed Stormy Daniels on Real Time.
Being on premium cable, Maher had the latitude to ask Daniels questions no prominent interviewer yet has.
Daniels, who had unprotected sex with Trump several months after his son Barron was born, talked about the episode, which she is embarrassed about.
“Why did you f*ck Donald Trump?” Maher asked.
“I have no idea!” Daniels said.
“You have no idea?” Maher asked.
“I have no f*cking idea,” Daniels said.
Maher asked Daniels why she didn’t take precautions at the time given Trump’s reputation as a serial adulterer.
Or, as Maher put it, “How can you raw dog a sleazebag like that?”
“Oh God,” a visibly uncomfortable Daniels said. “Yeah, I don’t know.
Going ‘full Nazi in public’: Kellyanne Conway slammed for defending Trump by questioning reporter’s ethnicity
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway went on her third public tirade of the day on Tuesday when she responded to a reporter's questions about President Donald Trump by asking him to declare his ethnicity.
While speaking in front of a gaggle of reporters, Conway was asked by Breakfast Media White House correspondent Andrew Feinberg which countries President Donald Trump believed Reps. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) should "go back" to since all four of them are American citizens.
"What's your ethnicity?" Conway snapped back.
Newspapers across the US blast Trump for ‘unapologetically racist, xenophobic spew’
All across the country the nation's local newspapers are blasting President Donald Trump's latest round of "anti-American" racism. In Bangor, Maine and Los Angeles, California, in Syracuse, New York, Charlotte, North Carolina, and in Minneapolis, Minnesota, editorial boards are denouncing what is now day three of the President's blatant racism, nativism, white nationalism, and white supremacist attacks against four duly-elected Democratic progressive U.S. Congresswomen.
Alabama GOP Senate candidate bitterly complains TV has been ruined by showing too many ‘homosexual activities’
Alabama Republican Senate candidate John Merrill this week complained that he doesn't enjoy watching television anymore due to the excess amount of "homosexual activities" that appear on his screen.
In an interview with AL.com, Merrill said that the lack of positive moral content on television these days has led to a decline in the nation's morality.
"There’s no more TV shows like ‘Gunsmoke’ or ‘Bonanza’ or ‘The Virginian’ or ‘I Love Lucy’ or ‘Andy Griffith,'" he said "People are too interested in homosexual activities. They’re too interested in the wife-swap TV shows and the shows that are not morally uplifting. That’s the problem."