Today in droll coincidences: nearly 150 years ago, an anonymous author published The Odd Trump, a novel whose description leaves no doubt as to the reasons for its obscurity. It’s fanciful and trivial — and it happens to feature a protagonist named Trump with a pal and occasional rival named Clinton.
We were all aware that Hillary Clinton could smile like a winner, but who knew she is also skilled in not smiling at well-timed, seemingly inopportune moments? This tactic is called “deadpanning,” and Clinton used it to wonderful effect as she subjected herself to an interview with comedian Zach Galifianakis on his…
Hillary Clinton’s campaign released a new ad on Friday, and I’d hesitate to call it an “attack:” It simply sets Trump’s own tossed-off misogyny to a montage of girls contemplating their reflections, mentally cataloging the self-critiques that they’ll likely carry with them for the rest of their lives.
Kim Kardashian gave us all a fright on Friday when it was revealed (or seemed to be) that the star was on the fence as to who to vote for in the upcoming presidential election. Kardashian reportedly told Wonderland, “At first I thought, ‘Oh my God, I’m so Hillary [Clinton]’, but I had a long political call with…
On Saturday, the New York Times’ editorial board published its endorsement of Hillary Clinton, a persuasive tour de force that sought to paint the Democratic candidate as not just the sane, underwhelming alternative to bewigged Hantavirus Donald Trump, but as a highly capable leader who will firmly guide the country…
Somehow, despite the fact that one candidate took $20,000 from his charity to pay for a six-foot-tall portrait of himself, there are undecided voters remaining in this country. One of them, apparently, is Kim Kardashian. Haha.
In a recent interview with MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt, Gary Johnson was asked whether he believes he could actually catch up with his opponents in the polls if given a spot on the debate stage (at 9 percent, he—along with Green Party candidate Jill Stein— failed to qualify for Monday’s debate).
ABC Action News reporter Sarina Fazan got to interview Hillary Clinton in Tampa, Florida, on Wednesday, and she did not squander the opportunity to make everyone uncomfortable.
Between Two Ferns has been resurrected for the first time since 2014 to host Hillary Clinton, who tried out her best deadpan as Galifianakis asked her a series of uncomfortable questions. It was okay!
Noted chode Donald Trump has a big plane, he will have you know. He doesn’t like how Hillary Clinton is having rallies where she positions her big plane the way he positions his. That’s today in absolutely real things that a presidential candidate just tweeted.
Roger Ailes was driven away from Fox News after Gretchen Carlson came forward with accusations of sexual harassment. Those accusations quickly snowballed, as more and more women had horrible stories about Ailes, some with details we will never forget. But now, he’s loose in the world and it looks like he’s gravitated…
Last week, TV husk Jimmy Fallon playfully ruffled the hair of a maniac, letting Donald Trump appear on his program without even a passing question about all the banning and deporting the candidate loves to promise. Monday night, Hillary Clinton came by, for a perfectly sane, acceptably dull conversation about America.
Sue Ann Arnall, the ex-wife of billionaire oil tycoon Harold Hamm best known for rejecting—and then depositing—a nearly $1 billion divorce check, is evidently not done sticking it to Harold: the Associated Press reports that Arnall is hosting a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton less than a week after Hamm hosted one for…
On Sunday afternoon, business heavy-hitter Martha Stewart stated in no uncertain terms that she will vote for Hillary Clinton in November.
Have you heard? Gary Johnson—Libertarian third party candidate, former governor of New Mexico, avid outdoorsman—is cutting into Hillary Clinton’s lead against Donald Trump, despite the fact that he will likely not make it onto the debate stage.
Sheryl Sandberg, everyone’s favorite purveyor of corporate feminism, is rumored to be in talks with Hillary Clinton about serving as the next Treasury Secretary. The rumor isn’t exactly new, but Sandberg has long denied that she would leave Silicon Valley and return to politics (the Facebook COO used to be an advisor…
Hillary Clinton released medical information today amid much jibber jabber about her health in light of her recent pneumonia diagnosis. Good news, everyone: she’s fine.
An Oregon man by the name of Billy Pitner hung an effigy of Hillary Clinton on a crane, alongside several signs that read “Vote Trump,” “Uranium One,” and “Treason? Ask Her.” The figure is dressed in a blonde wig and a pink bra.
Samantha Bee is back, and she’s not happy with how things have progressed, or regressed, during her show’s brief hiatus. First of all, Hillary Clinton is dead, which sucks.