Back in March 2020, the conservative talk show host said she didn’t “have a problem with people calling it [COVID-19] whatever they want.”
“The View” co-host was slammed by John Oliver on “Last Week Tonight” after she posted a “Stop Asian Hate” Instagram post.
‘Storytime with Uncle Joe’ and a press performance ‘that would make Chinese state-run outlets blush’
On tonight’s “Pranksgiving” edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, host Jimmy Kimmel recalled what he considers the best April Fool’s Day prank in history. “Remember last year, when Trump promised the coronavirus would disappear by Easter?” he joked. “That was a good one.” Kimmel then turned to current events, picking up with the former president’s latest bit [
RIO DE JANEIRO—Spurred on by the mishandling and unhinged bravado of President Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s latest COVID surge threatens to sweep the country into first place among the world’s most deadly coronavirus outbreaks. Desperate medical professionals and local officials who are battling to counteract Bolsonaro’s antipathy to facemasks, lockdowns and—until recently—vaccines told The Daily Beast that the virus is now completely out of control
You won’t hear that from the ex-first daughter, though.
Facebook and Instagram removed an interview of former President Donald Trump by his daughter-in-law Lara Trump, citing their blackouts of the former president. The moves by the social-media giants came late Tuesday after Ms. Trump, a Fox News contributor, conducted an 18-minute interview with Mr. Trump on her podcast, “The
The Florida governor appears to have the edge in the ‘if-Trump-doesn’t-win’ primary as he claims victory over his pandemic critics
Variety executive editor and New York Times bestselling author Ramin Setoodeh is writing a reported nonfiction book about “The Apprentice,” the TV show that single handedly changed the course of Am
MIAMI — No one had to tell Ron DeSantis that his mock debates had bordered on disastrous. His answers rambled.
Florida’s governor has elbowed his way to the front of the line of 2024 Republican hopefuls by leveraging a brand of “competent Trumpism” (as one ally put it) and hitting back at critics of his pandemic leadership.