“Which he clarified this week when he demanded that black people be fired for insufficient nationalism.” Trump, of course, has equated the conversation about the NFL protests to respecting the flag itself, arguing that kneeling disrespects soldiers and first responders.But “if anyone knows about treating soldiers and first responders with respect, it’s the guy that decided to fire transgender troops and deport paramedics who happen to be ‘Dreamers,’” Bee countered.But by the end of the '50s, it was so successful that I seized it as a vehicle for changing the direction of my life," he added.
The prime-time interview marks a return for Trump to Hannity's evening show.
He previously appeared during the Republican primaries and also after his inauguration in January.
The event will probably add some more firepower to Hannity's hold over rival Rachel Maddow's MSNBC show.
In its first week since moving into its new time slot at 9 p.m.
Legend used an expletive in calling Trump the leader in the worst president "competition." ------------FOR THE RECORD p.m.: An earlier version of this post stated that actor-director Jon Favreau described Trump as a "garbage human being" for Trump's remarks.
The tweet was from Jon Favreau, a former Obama speechwriter and host of the podcast, "Pod Save America."------------Actress Amber Tamblyn urged folks to take note of Trump's actions from Saturday morning when they hit the polls in 2020.
And Richie, who has deepened his roots in country music (even releasing an album of his best-known songs rerecorded as duets with country artists), shared the stage with Bryan during the CMT Artists of the Year ceremony in 2013.
And just last year, Bryan was part of the Grammy Awards tribute to Richie.“In their respective genres of music, both Luke and Lionel possess insurmountable popularity and award-winning talent that are undeniable, and we are lucky that they will help in paving the way for hopefuls pursuing their dreams on our stage," Channing Dungey, president of ABC Entertainment, said in a statement.
President Trump will make an appearance on Fox News Channel, his favorite source of news, in a sit-down interview with Sean Hannity next week. 4, will take place in front of a group of Republicans, Democrats and Independents at West Virginia's Morgantown Theatre. According to a statement from Fox, Hannity and Trump will discuss tax reform, the economy and news of the day.