WATCH: Megyn Kelly Confronts Tom Arnold Over Claim He Assaulted Actress Roma Downey in Fiery Collision

Tuesday on NBC, Megyn Kelly confronted Tom Arnold over an allegation of physical assault lodged against the actor — in a segment which went totally off the rails. As part of his recent altercation with Apprentice creator Mark Burnett at an Emmy Awards party, actor Tom Arnold was alleged to have physically assaulted actress Roma Downey — with the actress claiming she got a sizable bruise on her hand from Arnold. “Did you cause that bruise?” Kelly asked Arnold. The actor laughed off the claim. “Roma Downey’s like, ‘Julie Chen, hold my beer,'” he said. The joke drew condemnation from Kelly. “Stop that, Tom,” Kelly said. She added, “Don’t Continue reading "WATCH: Megyn Kelly Confronts Tom Arnold Over Claim He Assaulted Actress Roma Downey in Fiery Collision"

Here Are the Top Five Questions Christine Ford Should Be Asked, But Likely Won’t Be

I am still skeptical that the “Super Bowl” of all senate committee hearings, currently scheduled for Thursday, is actually going to happen. This is especially so because Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s representatives are continuing to act like they want a way to get out of this. They are still objecting to the logistics of the proceedings, most recently the audacity of white male Republicans, well aware that they are in a no-win situation, having hired a female lawyer to ask her the questions. So, while it is still possible that this epic event is really going to transpire, I wish to offer up my list of questions Ford should answer. Given that we rarely get to the real truth of a big controversy anymore, it is doubtful that these queries will ever be asked, making the need this column even greater. Here, in no particular order, are the Continue reading "Here Are the Top Five Questions Christine Ford Should Be Asked, But Likely Won’t Be"

One Year After ‘Rocket Man’ Taunt, Trump Lauds Kim in UN Speech: I Thank Him For His ‘Courage’

President Donald Trump‘s Tuesday speech at the United Nations General Assembly marked a shift in tone on North Korea as he moved away from inflammatory rhetoric and expressed praise for dictator Kim Jong Un. “I would like to thank chairman Kim for his courage and for the steps he’s taken, though much work remains to be done,” Trump said. “I also want to thank the many member states who helped us reach this moment.” However, sanctions, Trump noted, will stay active until North Korea denuclearizes. That term has been a source of debate as major questions remain as to what steps Kim will take to enact that change, and how far he’s willing to go. The president credited his June summit with Kim in Singapore for the progress, adding that the dictator’s regime has ended its nuclear testing, dismantled certain military facilities and set free U.S. hostages. Continue reading "One Year After ‘Rocket Man’ Taunt, Trump Lauds Kim in UN Speech: I Thank Him For His ‘Courage’"

At Dreamforce, Salesforce moves to provide brands with universal customer ID

The race is on to provide brands with software that paints a complete picture of their customers and what they want, sometimes before they even know it. It may sound like CMO fan fiction, but cloud computing service providers such as Salesforce, Adobe, SAP, Amazon and Microsoft are all hoping to make it a reality, sometimes spending billions in the process to perhaps achieve that goal. To that end, Salesforce announced Customer 360 ID on Tuesday at Dreamforce, the company's mega-conference in San Francisco that attracts some 170,000 people each year. The new offering will help brands identify who their customers are and how they previously interacted with them through a universal ID. It will also enable companies to access information on those customers through Salesforce Service Cloud, Marketing Cloud and Commerce Cloud. Recognizing customers Continue reading at

United Nations General Assembly Laughs at Trump For Boasting About His Own Accomplishments

Americans may be numb to President Donald Trump‘s absurd boasts, but the world leaders of the United Nations General Assembly apparently aren’t. The U.N. General Assembly laughed at Trump within the first minute of his speech before the body, after a particularly lofty brag about his administration’s accomplishments. “In less than two years, my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country,” Trump said. As laughter broke out in the hall, Trump added, “So true.” Following more laughter, Trump said, “Didn’t expect that reaction, but that’s okay.” More laughter followed, along with some applause. Trump smiled, and continued to tout the U.S. economy. Watch above, via Fox News. [image via screengrab]

GOP Chair Ronna McDaniel Calls Out Maxine Waters After Ted Cruz Harassed at Dinner

On Monday night, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) was harassed out of a restaurant by “unhinged” protesters while having dinner with his wife. On Tuesday, GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel tweeted about it. “The Democrat Party of Maxine Waters is completely unhinged,” said McDaniel about the incident. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) has repeatedly called for and supported public harassment of GOP members and people who work for the Trump administration. But she is not alone. The GOP released a video, titled “Unhinged”, showing clips of violence mixed with clips of speeches and comments from prominent democrats earlier this year. The word unhinged will show up a lot more between now and election day. [Featured image via screengrab] — Follow Caleb Howe (@CalebHowe) on Twitter