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Leading aids for the presidential campaigns of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz previously worked as paid advisers for a right-wing Guatemalan presidential candidate who called for TV broadcasts of executions.
Tim Clark is running Trump’s campaign in California. Ron Nehring is running Cruz’s campaign in the state. Now they are rivals.
Bristol Palin — herself named in part after Bristol, Connecticut, where ESPN is headquartered and where her mother at one time wanted to work — railed against the network in a blog post Friday.
The controversial media presence — who entered and then refused to leave the public consciousness after her maverick mom, Sarah, ran for vice president in 2008 —disapproved of ESPN’s firing former pitcher Curt Schilling, who was enjoying a retirement from the majors as a network analyst.
Schilling was fired amid backlash after he shared an anti-trans meme on Facebook:
Dear God, Curt Schilling.
Update: Friday afternoon, The Hollywood Reporter reports that Will Ferrell has backed out of the project.
The news that Will Ferrell, who was so funny as George W. Bush on “Saturday Night Live,” was going to portray Ronald Reagan in a film comedy sounded, at first, like something to look forward to.
Pundits are paid to pretend they know things. But we have no special insight, no higher claims to truth. We’re wrong as much as we’re right, if not more so. Sometimes it’s clear what will happen, often it’s not. In the case of Trump, everyone – myself included – got it wrong.
When Trump descended preposterously from that escalator and announced he was running for president, we all giggled.
“Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade Friday morning aired his interview with GOP frontrunner Donald Trump and his latest celebrity endorser, controversial former-Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight.
Knight’s endorsement should pay huge dividends in next Tuesday’s primary in Indiana, where Trump is facing a thoroughly desperate Ted Cruz whose mathematically impossible campaign has gone all in in the state.
Just as Iowa gets reduced to farms and fried food in the lead-up to its caucus, Indiana becomes the de facto basketball capitol of the world in the couple of weeks after Super Tuesday Part 4: Northeast and Mid-Atlantic edition.
Cruz learned the hard way that before pandering to the apparently make-or-break basketball caucus, one should Google what the orange circle attached to the backboard is called.
“Henry Joseph Church could have been anything he wanted to be, but he chose to cook.”
This phrase bookends “Mr. Church,” which marks the return of Eddie Murphy to the screen after four years spent in purgatory, following the notorious failure of 2012’s “A Thousand Words.” Its director, Bruce Beresford, brought “Driving Miss Daisy” to the screen more than two decades ago, and Mr.