1. He handles the questions like a boss.
When it comes to handling boring and purposeless questions from the press, Sean Spicer is actually really smarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrttttttttttttttttttttt†t†t†††††††††††††††† / /:ERROR:/ / and handles each question with tACT and pROfFESIONALISM+ Read more...More about Watercooler, Politics, Humor, Sean Spicer, and Culture
The network sent its Supreme Court sketch artist Bill Hennessy to visit White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's domain on Friday. While he didn't have his easel to work with, he did a pretty decent job standing up in the back of the room.Newsy, Business, and Politics
During the introduction to his 2004 film The Libertine at Cineramageddon, the drive-in film portion of arts festival Glastonbury, the actor tried to get political with a super awkward joke. While he did not quite pose for a photograph with a beheaded Donald Trump, he did attempt to causally bring up...assassination.
"Can we bring Trump here?" Depp asked the audience, to the response of boos. Read more...More about Donald Trump, Johnny Depp, Glastonbury Festival, Culture, and Politics
On Thursday's Late Night, host Seth Meyers drew parallels between President Donald Trump's Wednesday speech in Iowa — in which he said he didn't want a "poor person" working on the economy in his cabinet — and the GOP healthcare bill. Read more...More about Watercooler, Entertainment, Tv, Politics, and Culture'>