“Apparently foreign dirt is the only import he won’t put tariffs on,” Trevor Noah joked about the president on Thursday.
The “Late Show” host was also skeptical about the president’s alleged secret deal with Mexico.
The next step could be “a dalliance with integrity” or even “a drunken hookup with defending the Constitution,” the “Late Show” host said.
“I don’t think Trump touching the queen was offensive. What was offensive was Trump’s outfit for the big dinner.”
Colbert imagined President Trump’s meeting with the queen and demanding to see the wizards: “I know you’ve got them around here someplace.”
Reviewing Julie Satow’s “The Plaza,” Tina Brown dishes on the socialites, tycoons and charlatans who made and lost fortunes and reputations at the storied hotel.
With a new Netflix series revisiting the case of the wrongfully convicted teenage boys, a writer who covered the original trial looks back on a warped time, and the warping of truth.
In his follow-up to “Fire and Fury,” Wolff relies heavily on the former White House adviser to taunt the president.
On HBO, Instagram — even Fox News — aspirants are having a meta debate: How do you counterprogram a reality-TV president?