After a senator said Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation process had become “an intergalactic freak show,” James Corden bit back.
Mr. Trump’s presidency has proved to be an unexpected boon for the publishing industry, which has unleashed a barrage of juicy insider accounts.
Corey Brettschneider’s “The Oath and the Office” offers advice to presidents on their constitutional duties.
As Hurricane Florence approached, the president was busy disputing the death toll from Hurricane Maria, the “Late Show” host noticed.
As James D. Stern began to get a sense of a Trump victory, he set out to interview supporters for this documentary, most of which takes place before the election.
President Trump claims his response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico was a big success. Mr. Noah disagrees.
This book promises to be the latest, and perhaps juiciest, Trump tell-all to hit stores.
The president experiments with a new subgenre, in which his hands must do the work of the Caps Lock key.
Jason Stanley’s “How Fascism Works” sees parallels in the appeals the president makes to his base.