James Corden Delivers Emotional Tribute To The ‘Manchester I Know’

James Corden returned to the “Late Late Show” set on Monday evening to deliver a special message in response to the attack in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert.  

Speaking to the camera on a quiet, empty set, Corden seemed to be on the verge of tears as he acknowledged the victims. 

“It shocks me every time we hear this sort of news that attacks like this can happen, but especially when there will be so many children at this concert tonight,” he said.

An Englishman, Corden spoke about many of the good things that came out of Manchester, from its musicians to its sports to its food, and mentioned that it was also the birthplace of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst.

“But when I think of Manchester, the place that I know, I think of the spirit of the people there. And I’m telling you, a more tight-knit Continue reading “James Corden Delivers Emotional Tribute To The ‘Manchester I Know’”

James Corden Delivers Emotional Tribute To The ‘Manchester I Know’

James Corden returned to the “Late Late Show” set on Monday evening to deliver a special message in response to the attack in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert.  

Speaking to the camera on a quiet, empty set, Corden seemed to be on the verge of tears as he acknowledged the victims. 

“It shocks me every time we hear this sort of news that attacks like this can happen, but especially when there will be so many children at this concert tonight,” he said.

An Englishman, Corden spoke about many of the good things that came out of Manchester, from its musicians to its sports to its food, and mentioned that it was also the birthplace of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst.

“But when I think of Manchester, the place that I know, I think of the spirit of the people there. And I’m telling you, a more tight-knit Continue reading “James Corden Delivers Emotional Tribute To The ‘Manchester I Know’”

Israeli Telecom Company Launches Trump Spoof Ad

Just in time for Donald Trump’s visit, an Israeli telecom company released a TV commercial that mocks the American president.

The 65-second spot aired for the first time soon after Trump arrived in Israel on Monday.

In the Bezeq commercial, an Israeli tourist visiting the White House — played by actor Gidi Gov — sneaks away from his group to duck into the Oval Office, where he doffs a blond wig and puts on the suit and long red tie he finds there.

The tourist is then mistaken for the president by a worried crew of aides who tell the faux Trump that “someone’s broken into the internet. It’s the Russians.”

The tourist keeps up the ruse by spouting the words “tremendous” (several times), “China” and later “crooked Hillary.” The aides are puzzled when he breaks into Hebrew.

The imposter pitches better security and concludes, in English, “Let’s Continue reading “Israeli Telecom Company Launches Trump Spoof Ad”

Seth Meyers Trolls Trump Over Middle East Trip Flubs

President Donald Trump has been out of the country for only a few days, but “Late Night” host Seth Meyers is already feeling the difference.

“It’s like when you were in school and your bully was out with the flu,” Meyers joked before launching into a recap of the president’s stumbles throughout his trip to the Middle East

In addition to ridiculing Trump over the fact that first lady Melania Trump publicly swatted away his hand, Meyers played a clip of the president telling the press that he “just got back from the Middle East” while sitting next to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel. 

“No wonder he thought Middle East peace was so easy. He wasn’t accounting for Israel,” Meyers said. “What does he think the Middle East is?” Meyers then mockingly imitated Trump saying, “I had a great weekend. We achieved peace between the Continue reading “Seth Meyers Trolls Trump Over Middle East Trip Flubs”

DeVos says Washington will not mandate ‘school choice’

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos promised Monday night that the Trump administration would propose “the most ambitious expansion of education choice in our nation’s history,” but said that states, rather than Washington, D.C., would make the decisions.

“When it comes to education, no solution, not even ones we like, should be dictated or run from Washington, D.C.,” she said.

DeVos, though, offered scant details about the Trump administration’s vision for school choice.

Her speech at an Indianapolis summit hosted by the American Federation for Children, the school choice advocacy group she had formerly chaired, came just hours before the Trump administration releases a budget that proposes cuts to many traditional education programs, while making a $1 billion investment in promoting public school choice that has already drawn conservative criticism for expanding the federal government’s footprint in education.

States can choose not to participate in the Trump administration’s Continue reading “DeVos says Washington will not mandate ‘school choice’”

DeVos says Washington will not mandate ‘school choice’

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos promised Monday night that the Trump administration would propose “the most ambitious expansion of education choice in our nation’s history,” but said that states, rather than Washington, D.C., would make the decisions.

“When it comes to education, no solution, not even ones we like, should be dictated or run from Washington, D.C.,” she said.

DeVos, though, offered scant details about the Trump administration’s vision for school choice.

Her speech at an Indianapolis summit hosted by the American Federation for Children, the school choice advocacy group she had formerly chaired, came just hours before the Trump administration releases a budget that proposes cuts to many traditional education programs, while making a $1 billion investment in promoting public school choice that has already drawn conservative criticism for expanding the federal government’s footprint in education.

States can choose not to participate in the Trump administration’s Continue reading “DeVos says Washington will not mandate ‘school choice’”

Stephen Colbert Compares Obama’s Scandals With Trump’s Scandals

A lot has changed in Washington since President Donald Trump took office in January, and that includes the types of scandals coming out of the White House. 

Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show” has a look at some of the events that were treated as scandals during Barack Obama’s presidency and how they compare with what’s going on right now. 

Check it out above.

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