The studio audience for “Fox & Friends” howled in laughter after host Brian Kilmeade clarified that Grumpy Cat was, in fact, dead.
The distinctive-looking animal died this week at age 7, after spawning a multitude of memes, comics, shoes and other products.
“I think that Grumpy Cat really started the whole trend of famous animals on the internet,” said reporter Carley Shimkus.
Host Brian Kilmeade clarified why they were discussing the cat, and the studio audience burst into laughter.
“But again — but again — dead,” Kilmeade said. “Right?”
Carley Shimkus: "I think that Grumpy Cat really started the whole trend of famous animals on the internet."
Brian Kilmeade: "But again — but again — dead. Right?" pic.twitter.com/MxnogZsmkk
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) May 17, 2019
Marine Corps unit busted planning to hold a party at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort: report
President Donald Trump is facing yet another corruption scandal after a Marine Corps unit was caught planning to hold a party at the commander-in-chief's Mar-a-Lago resort.
"At a time when taxpayer and foreign-government spending at Trump Organization properties is fueling political battles, a U.S. Marine Corps reserve unit stationed in South Florida hopes to hold an annual ball at a venue that could profit the commander-in-chief," the Miami Herald reported Thursday.
Internet blown away by Giuliani’s ‘pants-sh*tting panic’ freak out on CNN’s Cuomo
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani received harsh reviews of his Thursday evening appearance on CNN with anchor Chris Cuomo.
Many people worried about Giuliani's mental health after watching the interview.
Here is some of what people were saying about Trump's defense attorney.
Maddow is visibly shocked Trump is claiming in court the president can’t even be investigated
The host of "The Rachel Maddow Show" on MSNBC was flabbergasted by the latest court moves by President Donald Trump as he continues to hide his tax returns from investigators.
The host noted the ongoing legal battle Trump is waging to keep his accounting firm, Mazars, from handing over eight years of his tax returns to New York state investigators.
The host was shocked by the headline on the front-page of The Washington Post website.
[caption id="attachment_1544917" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Headline in The New York Times: "Trump Lawyers Argue He Cannot Be Criminally Investigated" screengrab.[/caption]