Michael Moore has a new documentary coming entitled "Fahrenheit 11/9" that makes a shocking claim that pop singer Gwen Stefani influenced Trump to run for president.
The film will is set to debut at the Toronto Film Festival today. In it, Moore makes the claim that while Trump was working on the NBC show "The Apprentice", he realized they were paying Stefani more than he was for her role on "The Voice". So as a negotiation tactic, he staged his 2015 Trump Tower presidential announcement.
Moore says in the film: “Trump found out that NBC was paying Gwen Stefani more on ‘The Voice’ than Trump got paid for ‘The Apprentice.’ So he planned a fake announcement to run for president . . . in order to prove to NBC he was more popular than Gwen and [they] would give him more money.”
Moore gives no real evidence to his claims.
Moore’s film will screen at New York’s Alice Tully Hall, Sept. 13.
Caution: there will probably be people that are offended by Cardi B's portrayal of Coretta Scott King in a "Real Housewives of the Civil Movement" skit.
Cardi was spilling tea with Rosa Parks and the wives of Malcolm X and Jesse Jackson. There's also a jaw-dropping "Iggy Azalea" sighting.
The sketch is part of "Wild 'N Out" star Rip Michaels ' new show, "Off the Rip."
Watch the Skit Below!
Former White House counselor Omarosa told TMZ this week that President Donald Trump wanted a race war and he is getting it. She says if you want to know more.....buy her book.
Omarosa thinks Trump's attack on LeBron James is part of a campaign to enrage the country to pit blacks against whites.
She also talks about someone in the White House referred to as the "White House Barbie".
Check out the video below!
Monday night, Rosie O'Donnell held a protest of the Trump administration outside of the White House. This was not your usual protest though...it was musical. O'Donnell led the group of Broadway performers who sang several songs and chanted things like “Lock him up!” and “Putin’s puppet!”.
After warming up their voices with “America the Beautiful,” the performers sang several show-tunes such as “Do You Hear the People Sing?” from “Les Miserables,” “Let The Sun Shine In” from “Hair” and “Climb Ev’ry Mountain” from “The Sound of Music.”
“We hope to give you a nice little show and remind you that your voice is important,” O’Donnell said. “Whether it’s here in Washington, D.C., or in the town where you live, let your voice be heard.”
Instead of standing up for her husband's "disrespectful" tweet, Melania Trump is taking the high road and supporting LeBron James.
FLOTUS addressed the tweet through a statement by her spokesperson to CNN, saying, "It looks like LeBron James is working to do good things on behalf of our next generation."
According to her statement, Melania would also be open to visiting LeBron's I Promise School in his hometown of Akron as part of her "Be Best" initiative.
A fire erupted early Monday morning on top of the Trump Tower. Because of the building owner, law enforcement had a quick reaction and rushed to the scene.
According to sources the fire was due to some sort of electrical malfunction and was quickly extinguished. There were no evacuations or injuries reported.
The president and his family were not home at the time of the fire.
After marrying Prince Harry next year, Meghan Markle will undergo military training from the British Special Air Service on how to deal with hostage situations.
Markle's hostage training will focus mainly on facilitating a rescue, had she even been kidnapped. The training will last about a week, and it will teach her techniques on how to transmit a distress signal if her captors make her record a video. Markle's will master micro-expressions, key words and other signals to let either her family or law enforcement know if she's under duress from captors. And finally, she will learn basic psychology for dealing with her captors. This is all according to Scott Jones, director of the London-based security firm Garvian.
Markle will also be taught on how to escape various types of restraints such as zip ties and duct tape.
Meghan will be following in the footsteps of Princess Diana and Kate Middleton who have both underwent similar training after joining the royal family.
An Italian jeweler is suing Ivanka Trump's jewelry company for failing to pay as agreed. It looks like the first daughter's company is accused of owing nearly $22,000.
Raselli Franco, who manufactures and sells jewelry to retailers, claims that he sold Trump's company nearly $60,000 in jewelry. It was agreed that the balance would be paid to Franco in four installments. Although some payments were made, there have been several missed payments and the company has fallen behind.
Franco states that he gave her company an extension on the payments, but still received nothing.
Ivanka's rep has been contacted, but no statement has been made.