Donald Trump

You Can Get Trump’s Voice On Your GPS Now Because We’re All Masochists

If you already have a miserable commute and feel inclined to make it worse for yourself, then Karta GPS has an offering for you: The navigation company has recently added a Donald Trump impersonator to its repertoire.

Meaning that if you want someone to tell you “go straight ahead, it’s tremendous!” or “You have reached your destination, let’s make navigation great again!”, you’re in luck. (Seriously, these are real quotes from the device.)

We have absolutely no idea…

Michael Moore’s surprise Trump doc: What we know

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(CNN)According to Michael Moore, he’s “making a movie to get us out of this mess.”

That’s what the filmmaker tweeted to reveal that he’s working on a new documentary about President Donald Trump.

Moore is calling the film “Fahrenheit 11/9,” which is, of course, a riff on his 2004 documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11.” (That film examined President George W. Bush and the war on terror.)

Variety reported that Bob and Harvey Weinstein have already purchased the worldwide rights to the film, which Moore is currently directing.

Let us not forget that the activist and filmmaker predicted a Trump White House back in June.

Listing “5 Reasons Why Trump Will Win” on his website, Moore explained why the “wretched, ignorant,…

Jimmy Fallon Talks Trump Hair-Ruffling: “I Almost Did it to Minimize Him”

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The ‘Tonight Show’ host opens up about the polarizing moment in his interview with the future president and how the backlash left him “devastated” and regretting not addressing it on his show.

Jimmy Fallon has opened up about his much-maligned playful interview with Donald Trump last fall, during which the Tonight Show host rumpled the future president’s hair.

Fallon’s behavior was swiftly criticized as normalizing a divisive candidate prone to making shocking statements and using hateful rhetoric.

Speaking to The New York Times in an extended profile, Fallon seems disappointed by the response to the incident and reveals he thinks he should have addressed the backlash on his show.

“They have a right to be mad,” Fallon says. “If I let anyone down, it hurt my feelings that they didn’t like it. I got it.”

“I didn’t do it to humanize him,” Fallon explains. “I almost did it to minimize him. I didn’t think that would be a compliment: ‘He did the thing that we all wanted to do.’”

The swift backlash once the interview aired, however, led Fallon to avoid Twitter and online news.

“I’m a people pleaser,” he tells the Times. “If there’s one bad thing on Twitter about me, it will make me upset. So, after this happened, I was devastated. I didn’t mean anything by it. I was just trying to have fun.”

Still, Fallon didn’t address the controversy on-air and acknowledges that he “should have.”

“I didn’t talk about it, and I should have…

Stephen Colbert agrees with President Trump on one thing

“You know the old saying, ‘Elections have consequences?'” Stephen Colbert asked Tuesday’s Late Show audience. “Right now we are knee-deep in a steaming pile of consequence.”

The host then compared The Washington Post’s report that Trump bragged about getting “great intel” in a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to a boastful fast food worker.

“Well, yeah, you’re the president,” Colbert quipped. “It’s the job. It’s like the guy working the fry station saying, ‘You would not believe the tater tots I have access to,’ if in this metaphor tater tots were a top-secret snack…

‘The good news? Trump found the leaker’: Colbert rips Trump for sharing classified intel with Russians

Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show.” (Gail Schulman/CBS)

Many daily late-night TV talk shows that rely on riffing off the biggest news stories tape at the end of the workday. And for the second time in a week, a massive political bombshell dropped minutes before cameras started rolling.

This time it was the Washington Post story, published online at 5 p.m. EDT, that President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador during a White House meeting last week. Administration officials have said no intelligence sources or methods were discussed.

A number of late-night hosts managed to work jokes off the late-breaking story into their shows, trotting out their Trump voices and Russian accents.

Stephen Colbert, who has emerged as one of the late-night hosts most critical of Trump, opened his monologue by saying, “The bad news: The Washington Post reports that Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador. The good news? Trump found the leaker. It was fast!”

Colbert explained that during the Oval Office meeting with the Russian officials, “Trump apparently went off script and began describing details about an Islamic State terrorist threat. That is unbelievable,” Colbert said. “Trump has a script?”

“The information is so sensitive, that the article can’t describe in detail what was shared, but one official said, ‘This is code-word information,’ ” Colbert continued. “So, ‘code word’ means the vital aspects of the story have to be replaced with other words. You have to say things like ‘the package has been delivered.’ ‘The squirrel is in the basket.’ ‘The idiot is in the oval.’ It could mean anything! We don’t know what that…

Stephen Colbert Says the Leaker’s Been Found: It’s Trump

Welcome to Best of Late Night, a rundown that lets you sleep — and lets us get paid to watch comedy. What do you think of it? What else are you interested in? Let us know: thearts@nytimes.com.

So, President Trump is said to have leaked highly classified intelligence when he met with Russian officials last week. Stephen Colbert said on Monday that there was a silver lining.

Trevor Noah made a similar quip about Mr. Trump.

The late-night hosts had little time to prepare material about the news, which broke late Monday afternoon. They’re sure…

Stephen Colbert gleefully responds to President Trump calling him a ‘no-talent guy’ (w/video)

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It’s the moment Stephen Colbert has been waiting for.

CBS’s “Late Show” host has spent months eviscerating President Trump on television, clearly trying to provoke a reaction.

It didn’t work. Until Thursday.

“You see a no-talent guy like Colbert. There’s nothing funny about what he says. And what he says is filthy,” Trump told Time magazine. “And you have kids watching. And it only builds up my base. It only helps me, people like him.”

Trump also took credit for Colbert’s newly improved ratings: “The guy was dying. By the way, they were going to take him off television. Then he started attacking me and he started doing better. But his show was dying. I’ve done his show. . . . But when I did his show, which by the way was very highly rated. It was high – highest rating. The highest rating he’s ever had.”

PREVIOUS COVERAGE: Stephen Colbert responds to #FireColbert backlash over Trump monologue: ‘I would do it again’

In his monologue Thursday night, Colbert addressed Trump’s comments, point by point. After reading the entire passage to his studio audience, Colbert started off solemnly: “The president of the United States has personally come after me and my show,” he said. “And there’s only one thing to say.”

Colbert then broke into a gleeful, maniacal cackle. “Yayyyy!” he exclaimed, rubbing his hands together, looking genuinely grateful as the audience chanted “Steph-en! Steph-en! Steph-en!”

“Mr. Trump, Mr. Trump,” Colbert said, composing himself as the crowd noise died down. “There’s a lot you don’t understand. But I never thought one of those things would be show business. Don’t you know I’ve been trying for a year to get you to say my name?! And you were very restrained….

Comedic Jujutsu: Stephen Colbert’s Hilarious Reverse-Troll of Trump!

Hey Donald Trump: Let me offer you a little advice. When you as President publicly mock a comedian, you will lose every time. First, the comedian will always be funnier. And two, as President of the United States you are supposed to focused on real issues – like the economy, fighting ISIS, etc. – not ranting at a comedian because his jokes got under your famously thin skin.

You would think Trump would know this – but apparently not. So there was Trump this week during an interview with Time Magazine going off on Stephen Colbert, attacking the late night host with a passion he has still not used to denounce Vladimir Putin.

Trump first declared that Colbert was “a no-talent guy” adding, “There’s nothing funny about what he says.” Then Trump, without a hint of irony, complained about Colbert’s use of language, calling it “filthy,” adding, “you have kids watching.” (Not sure what kids are up watching Colbert at 11:30 p.m. EST, but if they stay up that late, I’m sure they can take some harsh Trump jokes.) Apparently the anti-politically correct Trump wants Colbert to be PC with his jokes.

But Trump wasn’t done. He remarked that Colbert “was dying. By the way they were going to take him off television, then he started attacking me and he started doing better.” Well, Trump is partially correct here. Colbert’s ratings weren’t great last year – he even trailed Jimmy Kimmel at times. Flash forward and Colbert is now number one in overall viewers and that is in large part to Colbert crushing Trump on a nightly basis.

In response to Trump’s attack, Colbert employed comedic jujutsu. The comedian didn’t defend himself against Trump’s words or whine like Trump often does. Instead he welcomed Trump’s barbs.

He started with the words, “The President of the United States has personally come after me and my show….

Stephen Colbert Gleefully Responds to Donald Trump’s Insults: “I Won”

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The gloves are off in the Stephen Colbert vs. Donald Trump showdown.

The President of the United States had said in a recent interview that the Late Show host, who regularly slams him on TV and recently made a particularly crude comment about him, is a “a no-talent guy.” Colbert responded to Trump on his program Thursday night.

“The president also spoke to Time magazine about the most important issue to him—this show,” Colbert said, before proceeding to imitate the U.S. leader saying the words the magazine quoted him as saying.

“The President of the United States has personally come after me and my show and there’s only one thing to say. Hee-hee-hee-hee-hee!” the host continued, cackling and clapping his hands gleefully.

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Stephen Colbert, The Late Show, Donald Trump

“Yay! Yay!” he said, blowing a kiss and waving.

“Mr. Trump, Mr. Trump, there is a lot you don’t understand but I never thought one of those thing would be show business.,” the host continued. “Don’t you know I’ve been trying for a year to get you to say my name? And you were very restraining–admirably restrained–but now you did it,” he said, whispering, “I won!”

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Stephen Colbert, The Late Show, Donald Trump
Stephen Colbert, The Late Show, Donald Trump
Stephen Colbert, The Late Show, Donald Trump

On May 1, Colbert had slammed Trump on The Late Show after the president, who has called much of the mainstream media “fake news,” insulted his CBS colleague and Face the Nation host John Dickerson to his face during an on-air interview.

“Sir, you attract more skinheads than free Rogaine,” Colbert had said. “You have more people marching against you than cancer. You talk like a sign-language gorilla that got hit in the head. In fact, the only thing your mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin‘s c–k holster.”

It was the latter comment, which was censored on TV, that spurred scores of viewers to file complaints with the FCC. In addition, “#FireColbert” trended on Twitter.

“Oh no! Oh…

Stephen Colbert’s Response to Trump Calling Him a ‘No-Talent Guy’: ‘I Won!’

Donald Trump thinks Stephen Colbert is a “no-talent guy” who talks “filthy” — and Colbert host couldn’t be happier.

On Thursday’s Late Show, the CBS host once again launched into another spirited attack against the president — this time responding to comments Trump made about him to Time Magazine earlier in the day.

“You see a no-talent guy like Colbert. There’s nothing funny about what he says. And what he says is filthy,” Trump said, shooting back at Colbert’s May 1 monologue, in which the comedian delivered an oral-sex joke about the president and Russian President Vladimir Putin. “And you have kids watching. And it only builds up my base. It only helps me, people like him.”

The 70-year-old former businessmen also took credit for Colbert’s ratings-bump, saying, “The guy was dying. By the way, they were going to take him off television. Then he started attacking me and he started doing better. But his show was dying. I’ve done his show.

“… But when I did his show, which by the way was very highly rated. It was high — highest rating. The highest rating he’s ever had.”

Colbert wasn’t sweating Trump’s words, opening his monologue by telling the audience, “The president of the United States has personally come after me and my show and there’s only one thing to say… Yayyyy!”

After the audience’s cheers settled, Colbert addressed Trump directly.

“Mr. Trump, Mr. Trump,” he said….