Harvey Levin, the founder of TMZ who has become quite cozy with Donald Trump, has set his sights on the next POTUS: Kris Jenner.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has plenty of experience doing a number of things. Acting. Making America care about the Fast and Furious franchise. Doing stunts (I’m assuming). Exuding self-confidence.
Earlier this month, Kim Kardashian West got Donald Trump to pardon great-grandmother Alice Johnson, a cause unnamed activists have been working on for years, which Trump flicked away within just a week of Kim’s visit to the Oval Office. She’s feeling empowered. This is good! Now CNN’s Van Jones is adding, just a…
Oprah has said that she has no intention of running for president. Why would she, when she’s already Oprah? Donald Trump probably wishes he had powerful-yet-chilled out lifestyle that she lives on a daily basis.
Earlier this month, Oprah Winfrey made a little jokey joke about running for president and now that the idea is out in the universe, there’s a microscopic sliver of a possibility that it could happen. A recent survey suggests she would have a chance of winning.
Chris Suprun is a paramedic from Dallas, Texas. A Republican member of the Electoral College, he has previously voiced his support for PEOTUS and poorly dressed meatball Donald Trump. In the last month, however, Suprun has changed his mind.
In an interview with Sirius XM’s Sway in the Morning on Friday, President Barack Obama continued his campaign to help avoid letting wigged plate of moldy haggis, Donald Trump, anywhere near the White House.
“It’s really emotional,” she told ABC.
Miguel, a right-minded individual, views Donald Trump as the clown he is and thinks the GOP candidate is getting an unhealthy amount of the attention that fuels his gelatinous brain.
American Idol’s most respected aspiring politician Clay Aiken is fine with the idea of Donald Trump running for President. And he thinks people who count Trump out of the race are bugging.
Hillary Clinton, Presidential candidate and purveyor of millennial-targeted merchandise, is fully ready to take this election thing by storm. And as everyone knows, to run for President, you have to have signature jams to back you up. Hillary just don’t stop thinkin’ about tomorrow.
On Monday, at the White House Easter Egg Roll, President Obama’s reading of Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are was interrupted by bees. The children in attendance screamed, because children and bees are natural enemies. The President urged them to stop screaming, because “bees are good,” and besides, wild…
It's hard to read former FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair's highly engaging interview with Senator Elizabeth Warren about the United States' current (dire) financial situation and not wish for a Warren presidency. Unfortunately, later on in the very same interview, the senator dashes our hopes of that ever happening—at least…
A 16-year-old boy has reportedly been arrested for insulting buffoonish Turkish president Recept Tayyip Erdogan, an insult he no doubt richly deserved. The teenager, Mehmet Emin Altunses, is accused of criticizing the president during a student protest. He faces up to four years in prison.
Adults, right? It's like every time your parents drag you to a party they spend about 300 hours saying goodbye and you're just standing there smiling and trying to telepathically communicate that it's time to STFU and GTF out of there. This kid took matters into his own hands by just swan diving into a couch in the…
Barring an absolute, point-blank refusal to run for president, Hillary Clinton is currently the big name for 2016. But when it comes to promising women, the Democratic Party currently boasts an embarrassment of riches. So here's a question: Is a two-woman ticket even feasible?
Today, in the city of Valparaiso, Chile, Michelle Bachelet was sworn in for the second time as Chile's new President. She previously served as president from 2006-2010 before becoming the executive director of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women).
According to data from the Center for American Progress, President Barack Obama hasn't been any better about appointing women to cabinet-level positions than former President Bill Clinton was over a decade ago. The New York Times reports that both he and Clinton appointed 13 women during their two terms.
A columnist for conservative yellsite The Daily Caller has called Barack Obama "the first female President" like 1- it's a bad thing and 2- he came up with the idea. When did casual sexism get so boring?
The buzz about Hillary Clinton's potential 2016 run for president started, as these things do, as soon as President Obama's reelection was confirmed. Within a week, PolicyMic said that she was the number one pick for a Democratic candidate, writing that "There's no one that Democrats would like to have running in 2016…