President Donald Trump was roundly mocked by several late-night television hosts Monday night after he claimed he would have run into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during the deadly shooting at the school earlier this month, even if he was unarmed.
All four late night comedians slammed President Trump for what critics saw as a wishy-washy response to the violent white nationalist riots that took place in Charlottesville, VA over the weekend.
"Morning Joe" host and former Republican congressman Joe Scarborough is done with the GOP.
Stephen Colbert went after President Trump Monday night in a scathing monologue which culminated with the "Late Show" host issuing an apology for Trump having become president.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) said Hollywood comedians are so upset with President Trump that they are unable to be funny.
Actor and game show host Chuck Woolery said the Senate should include "Trump Derangement Syndrome" coverage in its revision of the health care bill passed by the House.
On "Hannity" tonight, Michelle Malkin ripped late-night talk show hosts like Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers for their "vile" and "hate-filled" jokes about President Donald Trump.
A new study shows President Donald Trump will smash the record for most joked-about public figure on late-night television.
Conservative writer Mark Steyn said the political correct culture on college campuses is akin to the "totalitarian moronization of a generation."
Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren said progressives who shut down free speech are "social justice warriors" who think they are "doing the country a service."
Joe Namath, the Hall of Fame New York Jets quarterback, criticized CBS' Stephen Colbert for a lewd joke about President Trump during a monologue last night.
Since President Donald Trump’s election win, “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” has skyrocketed to the top of the late night television charts, knocking “The Tonight Show” out of the top spot for the first time since 2015.