Stephen Colbert Went All The Way To Russia To Troll Donald Trump Over ‘Tapes’






Stephen Colbert is ready to help President Donald Trump.
Trump admitted on Thursday he didn’t have any recordings of former FBI director James Comey, as he had previously implied.
But the “Late Show” host said he can find them... since he’s in Russia right now:




CBS was screening repeats of the “Late Show” Thursday and Friday while Colbert visited Russia. The Hollywood Reporter said he was there working on a material for a future broadcast.
No doubt the president will feature prominently in whatever he comes back with. 
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Johnny Depp Cracks A Joke About Assassinating Donald Trump






Actor Johnny Depp is under fire after making a crack about assassinating President Donald Trump
The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star was in Glastonbury, England, promoting his newest film, “The Libertine,” at an event called Cinemageddon when he brought up the president’s name. 
“I think he needs help,” he said. “There are a lot of wonderful dark, dark places he could go.” 
Then Depp told the audience:

“It’s just a question. I’m not insinuating anything. By the way, this is going to be in the press, it will be horrible, but I like that you’re all a part of it. 

When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?”



The crowd cheered wildly. 
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Layoffs Near At Carrier Factory ‘Saved’ By Trump






Layoffs are set to begin next month at a Carrier factory in Indianapolis that made national news last year for making a deal with President Donald Trump to keep workers in Indiana. 
The company said in a filing last month that 338 workers would be laid off on July 20.
“The jobs are still leaving,” Robert James, president of United Steelworkers Local 1999, told CNBC on Thursday. “Nothing has stopped.”
The plant became a campaign talking point in February 2016 when the company announced 1,400 jobs would be moved to Mexico
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Michael Moore Slams Dems: ‘No Message, No Plan, No Leaders’


Filmmaker and liberal activist Michael Moore slammed Democratic Party leaders on Wednesday.
Just one day after the party lost congressional elections in Georgia and South Carolina, Moore fired off a blistering series of tweets warning that Democrats were in danger of getting routed in next year’s midterm elections. 
He wrote: 









Really?!? Seth Meyers And Amy Poehler Reunite To Slam Pro-Trump Protesters




They’re really back. 
Seth Meyers was joined Wednesday by his old “Saturday Night Live” colleague Amy Poehler on “Late Night,” and the two wasted no time bringing back a classic. 
They did a new edition of “Really?!? With Seth And Amy,” a regular segment back when the duo anchored “Weekend Update.” 
It was the segment that launched a thousand GIFs, and Wednesday night they added one more: 



The two went after the conservative protesters who keep interrupting the production of “Julius Caesar” in Central Park, in which the Caesar character is played by someone who resembles President Donald Trump
So what did the protesters accomplish? You REALLY have to see this one to find out.
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Stephen Colbert Puts Sean Spicer In The Hot Seat in ‘Spicer After Dark’




White House press secretary Sean Spicer could soon leave the job, reportedly for a “more senior role focused on strategy”― and that has “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert worried. 
“Sean, I have so many questions,” Colbert said. “If you go, who will not answer them?” 
Colbert’s crack came after Spicer held his first on-camera news briefing in more than a week on Tuesday where he had almost no answers to any questions.
Yet despite the elusive briefing, Spicer claimed he worked early in the morning and late at night to answer reporters’ questions. 
That gave Colbert an idea for a new late-night TV shows: “Spicer After Dark.”
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Ironworker Randy Bryce Challenges Paul Ryan In Powerful New Ad: ‘Let’s Trade Places’




There are more than 500 days until the midterm election, but House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is already facing his second challenger. 
Randy Bryce, a union ironworker, announced on Monday that he would seek the Democratic nomination to run against Ryan, and released a video emphasizing what has so far been the biggest issue of the year: health care. 
The two-and-a-half-minute video featured Bryce’s mother, who described living with multiple sclerosis and the 20 drugs she must take to survive. 
“There’s no doubt in my mind that there are thousands of people like her who don’t have what she has,” Bryce said in the video. “The system is extremely flawed.”
After discussing his family, his work and his local roots, Bryce issued a challenge to Ryan.
“Let’s trade places,” Bryce said. “Paul Ryan, you can come work the iron and I’ll go to D. Continue reading "Ironworker Randy Bryce Challenges Paul Ryan In Powerful New Ad: ‘Let’s Trade Places’"