PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger announced Monday that the news network is bringing on CNN correspondent Christiane Amanpour as Charlie Rose’s interim replacement after he was fired for multiple allegations of sexual harassment.
Democratic Sen. Al Franken (Minn.) has been edited out of “David Letterman: The Mark Twain Prize special” just days after he was accused of sexual misconduct.
A close friend of President Donald Trump said Monday that Trump is “considering” firing special counsel Robert Mueller, the former FBI director the Justice Department put in charge of the Russia investigation.
A former contestant on Donald Trump’s reality show The Apprentice, who recently joined the Republican nominee’s campaign staff, anticipated that critics would have to “bow down” to the business mogul should he become president.
It’s come to this. Because the entire American media establishment could not bring itself to ask Hillary Clinton about her 1975 defense of a child rapist, the task fell to, of all places, a British parenting website called Mumsnet.
The website asked its readers—aka “mumsnetters”—to submit questions for the former secretary of state, who took part in a webcast-style interview over the weekend. One of those questions prompted Clinton to make her first public comments on the rape case since the Free Beacon unearthed previously unpublished audio tapes of Clinton discussing it in the early 1980s, a story that broke nearly a month ago, on June 15.