“Where would he be without me? I saved his life. He wouldn’t even be in a law firm. Who would have had him? Nobody. Totally disgraced. Only I saved him.”
For Kavanaugh to not do Trump’s bidding on the matter of ultimate importance — overturning the election — was, in Trump’s mind, a betrayal of the highest order.
Wolff writes that Trump feels betrayed by all three justices he put on the court, including Neil Gorsuch and Amy Coney Barrett, but “reserved particular bile for Kavanaugh.”
Recalling the brutal confirmation fight, Trump said: “Practically every senator called me … and said, ‘Cut him loose, sir, cut him loose. He’s killing us, Kavanaugh.’ … I said, ‘I can’t do that.'”
“I had plenty of time to pick somebody else,” Trump continued. “I went through that thing and fought like hell for Kavanaugh — and I saved his life, and I saved his career. At great expense to myself … okay? I fought for that guy and kept him.”
Trump unloads on Brett Kavanaugh for his Supreme Court votes: "Where would he be without me? I saved his life. He wouldn't even be in a law firm. Who would have had him? Nobody. Totally disgraced. Only I saved him." https://t.co/Y1AGAkYLMK
Roseanne Barr tells the Daily Mail she was fired from the successful reboot of her sitcom Roseanne because she supports Donald Trump and Hollywood hates him.
‘When it happened it was like I thought I was gonna lose my life,’ she recalled. ‘It was devastating and horrible and is unprecedented too that they would do that to me.’
She feels like there is more to her departure from ABC than just the shocking social media post and wonders if there was some sort of conspiracy at play.
‘It was a perfect storm,’ she told Palmer. ‘That’s what I think, just the perfect storm at the perfect time. Kind of a little bit too perfect. Sometimes I think “was this orchestrated? The whole thing?”’
Barr reckons that her continued support of President Donald Trump played into ABC’s decision to boot her.
‘All of Hollywood, they just hate him and they hate those of us who like him. There is no way around it.
‘So, yeah, I think they took me off because I liked him and I like him because I’m a Jew and he likes Israel,’ Barr said matter-of-factly.
In the aftermath of referring to former Obama administration adviser Valerie Jarrett an ape on Twitter, Barr was fired from her own show. The series was initially cancelled but then revived as a spin-off, The Connors. The revamped series is now heading into its second season.
Barr, who is about to begin a comedy tour with Andrew Dice Clay, says she is not in contact with any of her former cast mates.
We all recall the huge reception Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” music video received when it was released in 2012.
Fans hit the video up to the tune of over 1 billion views.
The light-hearted story for the video featured Carly Rae pining for the hunky, shirtless guy next door, but in the end he gives his phone number to a male member of her band.
Well, it turns out the actor who played the hunky neighbor, Holden Nowell, wasn’t all that thrilled with how the music video turned out.
“It’s what people began to recognize me as and know me as, and it was only that,” Nowell recently told iHeartRadio Canada. “It was really difficult for me and really frustrating.
“I was always the ‘Call Me Maybe’ guy, everywhere I went, and after awhile I got really sick of hearing that.”
And a big part of his unhappiness came in having to play gay at the end of the video.
“The fact that they had to make me gay at the end of the video … it was all very … I didn’t like being known as the gay guy in the ‘Call Me Maybe’ video. It was just something I wasn’t used to,” Nowell recently told iHeartRadio Canada.
According to Nowell, the original script for the video called for “hunky neighbor” to kiss Carly Rae’s band guy. And Nowell was not having it.
“I was like, ‘I’m going to be completely honest with you. I’m not going to kiss a guy, especially for $500.’ I said, ‘I really don’t think I’m comfortable kissing a guy for a music video.”
Nowell says it was his idea to end the video with handing his phone number to the band member.
The 29-year-old also seems a tad bitter he was never paid any royalties for his one day of work on the video. “I don’t know who ended up making my money, but I never saw a single penny for it,” says Nowell.
The actor also shares he hasn’t spoken to Jepsen since the video premiered. “I personally don’t have anything positive to say about Carly Rae,” he said. “She won awards because of that video and she never reached out to me.”
He also doesn’t have many fond memories of working in the modeling industry.
“‘Gay for pay’ is literally what runs the male modelling industry and I don’t get down like that. I think people should be allowed to love who they want to love, but I love women. There’s no amount of money, no amount of fame that could ever make me… I couldn’t do something that didn’t feel right in my soul.”
Now, Nowell’s mad about how the interview ended up because he feels it paints him in a homophobic vein.
He posted the url to the interview on his Instagram saying, “I guess it’s true what they say, there’s no such thing as bad publicity… but man, this is pretty bad… Apparently I’m a narcissistic – bitter – slanderous gay bashing – Hitler loving – free thinking – outspoken – “conspiracy theorist” who bags on his pops… Wait, but, aren’t you?!?! I mean, aren’t I?!?! 🤪#GottaLoveJournalists “Thanks for the support, Asshole.”
This is where folks have to learn that everything that comes out of their mouth in an interview can be read by millions of people.
I’m not so sure how “muzzled” or “censored” the former half-term governor of Alaska was back in the 2008 campaign considering she became famous for “going rogue” back then, with comments about Obama “palling around with terrorists” and more.
And it seems like everything she mentions in this clip she actually DID talk about on the campaign trail.
Sounds like someone is still mad. Five years later…