Former Secretary of State and, more recently, presidential loser Hillary Clinton was an ironic choice for a featured speaker at a tech conference, considering her staff's documented abuse of technological devices, but ReCode booked her and MSNBC reliably aired her sore-loser antics.
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Joy Behar contended that President Trump "didn't really win" the election on Tuesday's episode of "The View."
President Trump on Friday arrived at the G7 Summit in Taormina, a small city in northeast Sicily.
Jacob Schwartz was a prominent young Democrat and a staffer for New York City mayor Bill de Blasio. That is until he got caught with an alleged truckload of kiddie porn this week.
When Ohio's favorite pancake-eater, nomination-loser, and Republican governor John Kasich joined "The View" as a co-host Wednesday, he came off a bit dorky when he met chart-topping rapper 2 Chainz, who for his part was intent on bragging big-league.
Richard Patterson, a 65-year-old Florida man accused of murdering of his late girlfriend Francisca Marquinez, 60, was found not guilty on Monday.
Comedienne and Hillary supporter Chelsea Handler appeared on Monday's episode of "The View," mostly to talk about Trump and co-host Whoopi Goldberg shared how the president is hurting her personally. (RELATED: Chelsea Handler Breaks Down In Tears While Discussing Hillary Clinton’s Loss)
It was Friday, and if you watch "The View" every day, you know what that means: "Guy Day Friday," where a male joins the show's normally all-female panel. This week's guy? Mark Cuban.
INT. LAVISHLY DECORATED UNDERGROUND LAIR, NIGHT
It was a big December game between the San Diego Chargers (soon to be the Los Angeles Chargers) and the Oakland Raiders. The stadium was packed with fans ready for the game to begin.
"First of all, I completely reject the term 'white supremacist'. I simply want the opportunity for my people, people of European origin, to be left alone, so that we can pursue our own destiny."
Friday's episode of "The View" brought on political consultant, Trump ally and self-described "dirty trickster" Roger Stone to discuss his new documentary, "Get Me Roger Stone," which chronicles his role as an adviser to the Trump campaign and personal friendship with the 45th president.
The first topic on Thursday's episode of "The View" was White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders' use of the word "atrocities" to describe actions by ousted FBI Director James Comey. (RELATED: Sarah Sanders: I Wouldn’t Use Politico As A Source [VIDEO])
When he investigated Hillary Clinton, Rep. Maxine Waters thought he had lost all credibility. Rep. Jerrold Nadler and former Sen. Harry Reid thought he should simply vacate his office. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer found bis actions revolting but stopped short of recommending his termination or resignation.
After boasting "I'm such a great model," Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Ashley Graham discussed the difficulties she encountered being a young teen with a 25-year-old's body, and how seeking validation from men for her curves led her through a series of bad relationships.
Remember when all the news channels aired helicopter footage of an SUV going down L.A.'s highways?
Yes, he'll admit he choked her... on his giant penis.