Madonna felt ´like someone died´ after Donald Trump´s shocking presidential victory - and now feels betrayed by women who voted for him. The pop star bashed the president-elect in an interview with Billboard published Monday. She spoke to the magazine ahead of an auction and show she held in Miami over the weekend, during which she further slammed Trump on stage. Madonna, who had promised sexual favors to those who would vote for Hillary Clinton, said she wanted to ´rain on Trump´s parade´ and supports women who plan to march in Washington, DC the day after his inauguration in January.
Obama-endorsing Oprah Winfrey will interview First Lady Michelle Obama for the last time inside the White House in a new primetime special for CBS, the network announced Monday. First Lady Michelle Obama Says Farewell to the White House – An Oprah Winfrey Special will air Monday, December 19 at 8 pm Eastern time. The taped special will include the usual smoochy softball topics: Mrs. Obama’s eight years as First Lady, her plans for the future, and her hopes for the Obama legacy. It probably wouldn´t be any stronger an interview if CBS put its in-house Obama fan/Oprah pal Gayle King to
White House press secretary Josh Earnest encouraged President-elect Trump on Monday to take advantage of the "expertise and advice" of career diplomats at the State Department as the controversy surrounding the incoming president´s recent call to Taiwan continues to boil over. "Whenever you are talking about the president-elect interacting with foreign leaders, it´s incredibly important. It has profound consequences for our country and for our national interests around the world," Earnest said in response to a reporter´s question about whether Trump is "winging" his discussions with foreign leaders. "Last week, we had some conversations about a conversation the president-elect had
WASHINGTON— The Latest on President-elect Donald Trump (all times EST): 10 a.m. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi is calling the decision to tap Ben Carson as head of Housing and Urban Development a “disconcerting and disturbingly unqualified choice.” Pelosi says the country deserves someone with “relevant experience” to protect the rights of homeowners and renters. In her statement released Monday, she says “there is no evidence that Dr. Carson brings the necessary credentials to hold a position with such immense responsibilities and impact on families and communities across America.” (Video) Trump says, “Ben shares my optimism about the future of
Maria Ladenburger, the daughter of a high-ranking EU official, was returning from a party in the university city of Freiburg in Germany when she was assaulted on a cycle path. She was raped and then drowned before her body was found in the River Dreisam. The shocking incident happened on October 16 but details have only been released after an arrest on Friday. The suspect, an Afghan migrant, was caught after police found DNA on a scarf near the path. (Snip) The unnamed migrant arrived in Germany last year as an unaccompanied minor and lived with a local family in
NBC News anchor Chuck Todd accused Vice President-elect Mike Pence and others involved with the incoming administration of using Americans´ distrust in the media "as a crutch" whenever they encounter tough questions. Todd´s charge came during a fiery exchange on Sunday about President-elect Trump´s recent deal with Carrier, during which he asked Pence if giving tax incentives to the air-conditioning company to prevent 1,100 jobs from being moved to Mexico constituted government intervention "in the private sector." "No, no. What happened here —" Pence began to respond. "Why is this is not government intervening in the private sector?" Todd asked
The family of Abdul Razak Ali Artan is finally speaking out through an attorney, one week after authorities say their son was responsible for an attack at Ohio State University that wounded 11 people. Artan was killed during the attack by a police officer who responded to the scene. The family’s attorney, Robert Fitrakis, spoke to VOANews.com and said the family is deeply concerned for their safety as a result of a tweet from President-elect Donald Trump in the aftermath of he attack. “They [the family] are very afraid, and they expected to be attacked when they go to school