"Alec Baldwin, whose dying mediocre career was saved by his awful impersonation of me on SNL, now says playing me was agony", Trump tweeted in March. "But then I'll say, 'Oh, I don't want to do it anymore, ' and people will go, 'Don't you dare give that up, we need you.' Like I've gotten people through something in our nation's history". Baldwin says the actress denied the allegation and called him to warn him about it. There are plenty of jaw-dropping statement in the interview, but in one particularly jarring moment, Baldwin explains his very personal beef with The Late Show host Stephen Colbert, a man he clearly feels ins't worthy of his time.
'To me, he's like Rolfe in The Sound of Music, ' says Baldwin of the Trump supporter.
He added, "They love me".
In April, Baldwin said the Trump administration is full of "pirates, whores and thieves".
Baldwin's comments come as his Trump impression on SNL has given his career new life. Alec, it was agony for those who were forced to watch. Trump tweeted in March.
Sears hires a bankruptcy expert
The retailer warned last month it may go out of business if the deals proposed by Lampert were not approved. Sears and Kmart had 89,000 employees as of February 3 of this year, according to a company filing.
McConnell says Kavanaugh fight widens gender gap
And it comes as the president is on a high wave following a series of wins, including Kavanaugh's confirmation. I knew that a long time ago. "Even the reporter who broke the story said it wasn't me or my staff".
Baldwin told a few innocent stories about paparazzi run-ins, but he was internally fuming.
"I'm going to mosey in there and hopefully we'll have a fresh round of indictments to tear into", he said.
The president has previously smacked Baldwin for his mean-spirited portrayal of him on the SNL stage. "From my mouth to Robert Mueller's ears".
In the wide-ranging interview, done ahead of the premiere of his new talk show, the actor shared his complicated thoughts on the #MeToo movement, explained why "black people love [him]" and revealed which family member he isn't really talking to right now. "I'm not going to paint every African-American person with the same brush, but a significant number of them are sitting there going, 'This is going to be bad for black folks'". "But what worries me is that this is a fire that needs constant kindling".
During the vote, Murkowski withdrew her "no" vote, changing it to "present" instead, effectively pairing it with Republican Sen. That could put the Iowa Republican at odds with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell .
During the red carpet, Camila posted an Instagram revealing who DID get the honor of taking her to the 2018 American Music Awards. After singer her long-awaited track, the singer-songwriter warranted a standing ovation from the moved audience.
Thanks to a poor winter and long-term drought, New Mexico's largest reservoir, Elephant Butte, is now at 3.2 percent capacity. While the U.S.is on target to meet the previous goal, the United Nations is still stressing that more action is needed.
The benchmark USA stock index hadn't suffered a five-day losing streak since November 2016, just before the presidential election. Earlier on Wednesday, Sears Holdings plunged on reports that the struggling retailer is preparing to file for bankruptcy.
Please, please educate yourself on the candidates running in your state and vote based on who most closely represents your values. In 2014, the "Shake It Off" and "Look What You Made Me Do" singer received the distinguished Dick Clark Award for Excellence.
Pictured at the American Music Awards, Taylor dressed for the occasion, opting for a high neckline but a tiny hem. On top of being the most decorated artist of the evening, Swift performed her new song I Did Something Bad .
Le sélectionneur de l'équipe de France, Didier Deschamps, mesure la chance qu'il a de pouvoir s'appuyer sur Kylian Mbappé. Et on se réchauffe à ça comme devant un poêle chaud: les belles choses à venir, celles que l'on imagine.
Hurricane Michael Pounds Panama City with 150 MPH Winds
Michael will keep plowing through the Southeast as a hurricane, with winds topping 73 miles per hour as it crosses into Georgia. That's according to measurements of the storm's central pressure, which is a key indicator of the intensity of a storm.
Dow ends brutal session with 3.1% loss, Nasdaq down 4%
Today technology stocks saw their worst overall day since 2011 as investors concerns continue to mount over rising interest rates. Higher rates can slow economic growth, erode corporate profits and make investors less willing to pay high prices for stocks.
Scientists confirm water ice at moon's poles
In a recent study , researchers reported a new discovery, 50 feet tall "ice spikes" covering parts of the moon's surface. Astronomers didn't know what this meant, only that it suggested something weird was going on in Europa's ice.