Sean Spicer Is Surprisingly Candid In Seth Meyers’ Spoof Press Briefing






On Tuesday night's "Late Night With Seth Meyers," White House press secretary Sean Spicer gave answers to the questions that everyone’s been dying to ask.


Well, kind of.


Via some crafty editing, Meyers joined a fake press pool to ask Spicer such humdingers as: “Where did you find Steve Bannon?” and “How long until President (Donald) Trump causes the end of the world?”


Spicer replied in a surprisingly candid fashion.





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Stephen King Has A ‘Gentle’ Message For Trump Voters


Author Stephen King has a message for people who voted for President Donald Trump and still support him.




The horror master is likely referencing recent polls that showed Trump voters weren’t having any second thoughts about their pick for president. A Washington Post/ABC News poll found only 2 percent had any regrets.
At the same time, Trump approaches his 100-day mark as president with a record-low approval rating overall and a fairly meager list of accomplishments.  
King has long been critical of Trump. In March, he mocked the president’s unproven wiretapping claims in a series of tweets. And last year, prior to the election, King shared this: 

‘Donald Trump’ Gets Trevor Noah To Admit The ‘Daily Show’ Is Fake News




Trevor Noah completely trashed Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office on Monday, so when the “Daily Show” host went after Trump again on Tuesday ― this time targeting his ever-changing plans for a border wall ― the “president” decided to talk to Noah himself.
“I don’t know why Trump and his people don’t just lose the whole wall idea,” Noah said. “Just admit that the whole thing is ridiculous and move on. At the end of 100 days the president should be talking about his legislation not his stupid wall.”
That’s when President Trump, as portrayed by comedy writer Anthony Atamanuik, interrupted the show. POTUS’ arrival elicited both cheers and moans from the crowd, and Trump was as pompous and orange as ever.



Trump confronted Noah for saying “some very not nice things about me,” before hurling his signature insult at the late-night TV host.
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Pope Francis Calls For ‘Revolution Of Tenderness’ In Surprise TED Talk




Pope Francis delivered a stern warning to the world’s powerful, saying they need to be more humble or face ruin, and he called on the masses to join him in a “revolution of tenderness.” 
In a surprise appearance via video at the TED 2017 conference in Vancouver, Canada, on Tuesday evening, the pontiff said that tenderness is “the path of choice for the strongest, most courageous men and women.”

“Tenderness is not weakness; it is fortitude. It is the path of solidarity, the path of humility. Please, allow me to say it loud and clear: the more powerful you are, the more your actions will have an impact on people, the more responsible you are to act humbly. If you don’t, your power will ruin you, and you will ruin the other.”


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Fox News Anchor Among Group Alleging Racial Discrimination In Class-Action Suit






A group of 11 current and former Fox News employees filed a class-action lawsuit against the television network on Tuesday, claiming years of “abhorrent, intolerable” racial discrimination.


The suit, filed in New York State Supreme Court in the Bronx, amends an earlier complaint filed in March by two women who, at the time, cited “top-down racial harassment,” The New York Times notes. The suit now includes Kelly Wright, who is co-anchor of “America’s News Headquarters” on Fox News, and eight others. It specifically targets the company’s lawyer, Dianne Brandi, and then-comptroller Judith Slater, and cites the behavior of former network superstar Bill O’Reilly.


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United Ads Reportedly Pulled From Film Fest Because People Couldn’t Stop Laughing






Turns out United Airlines’s PR fiasco is still costing the brand big-time. 
On Wednesday night, the airline ran an ad during the opening screening of this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, touting its business-class service to attendees at Radio City Music Hall
Of course, it was WAY too soon. 












Twitter Drowns Out The Political Noise With #TrumpsDay100Songs

As President Donald Trump approaches his 100th day in office, it’s clear that he’s trying hard to make it a positive benchmark, touting all of his accomplishments to date via the White House website.


The people of Twitter weren’t hearing any of that noise, though. They were busy playing #TrumpsDay100Songs, HuffPost Comedy’s weekly hashtag game.
Here are some of the best!
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