Actor Bradley Whitford urged Fox News anchor Shepard Smith to leave his network during Samantha Bee’s “Not the White House Correspondent’s Dinner” special on TBS.
“Our next award we just made up because we feel sorry for him — the loneliest boy at Fox News,” Allana Harkin explained. “Shepard Smith, the network’s only anchor who doesn’t peddle conspiracy theories.”
They then played hilarious clips of the Fox News anchor.
“Hey Shep, here’s a piece of advice, get out,” Whitford said.
Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows tutoring GOP senators on what to ask in Q&A phase of impeachment trial: report
Congressmen Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Mark Meadows (R-NC), members of President Donald Trump's impeachment defense team, are reportedly coaching Republican senators ahead of the next portion of the Senate trial.
On Wednesday, the trial is expected to head into the question and answer phase. According CNN's Lauren Fox, Jordan and Meadows are helping to craft the questions that Republican senators will ask.
"Conservatives are starting to have a role in how conservative senators ask their questions," Fox explained. "There have been a couple of meetings between Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan, who are on the president's defense team, telling senators essentially, this is how you should go about the Q&A period."
Trump trade blunder results in US’s ‘biggest strategic defeat’ since WW2: Newt Gingrich
This Tuesday, UK prime minister Boris Johnson and other European leaders ignored the warnings of President Trump to drop ties with the Chinese telecoms company Huawei and went ahead with allowing the company to develop the 5G network on the continent -- a move that could trigger similar decisions from other world leaders, Business Insider reports.
Johnson's move comes in the wake of Trump warning America's European allies to enact a blanket ban on the company.
Rick Wilson: Bolton’s bombshell has GOP terrified of a long trial that will ‘grind them into dust’
Conservative political strategist Rick Wilson has published a new column in The Daily Beast that argues President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) are "sh*tting bricks" at the prospect of former national security adviser John Bolton testifying.
Specifically, Wilson says that the leaked excerpts from Bolton's upcoming book have put a major political price on Republican senators who vote to acquit the president without even hearing a single witness.