MixedTimes - Trent Baker
During Wednesday’s ESPY Awards opening monologue, host and former NASCAR driver Danica Patrick took a swipe at the Trump-Putin summit and Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin. Patrick congratulated Ovechkin’s Capitals for winning the Stanley Cup in May.
White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow predicted Wednesdayat CNBC’s Delivering Alpha conference in New York that economic growth could reach as high as four percent for “a quarter or two.
Tuesday, Fox News Channel’s Judge Jeanine Pirro responded to the criticism President Donald Trump has received for meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, questioning what his critics would have preferred to bring the two countries to better terms.
Sunday on MSNBC’s “KasieDC,” network chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell discussed the upcoming meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. She categorized the meeting as the United States having never had a president who spent the weekend golfing hold a summit with a KGB spymaster.
Saturday on “AM Joy,” MSNBC terrorism analyst Malcolm Nance warned Republicans who have “aligned themselves” with President Donald Trump in the Russiaprobe. According to Nance, when more indictments come out, Republicans will have to choose between embracing actions that could be called treasonous or with America.
“Outkick the Coverage” founder Clay Travis ripped activists, including a school associate professor Ellen Currano, that are pushing to have the University of Wyoming’s new slogan, “The world needs more cowboys,” removed due to racism.
Country music star Tim Atwood spoke with Fox News Thursday and offered up some advice for NFL players on taking a knee on the football field. Atwood said players should only be taking a knee if they “have a broke leg” or if they are praying, as seen by former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow.
Thursday on Fox Sports Radio’s “Outkick the Coverage,” MLB.com’s Jon Morosi predicted New York Mets minor league prospect and former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow would be in a big league uniform by September because he has shown he “belongs” in MLB.
Sunday on MSNBC’s “Kasie DC,” Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz took aim at the “hypocrites” at Martha’s Vineyard who are upsetand threatening violence because he has defended President Donald Trump, saying if he were defending Hillary Clinton in this same situation, he would be the “hero of the vineyard.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, appeared Saturday on Fox News Channel’s “Justice” to discuss the letter he sent to House Oversight Committee chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) that referred a list of 42 names connected to the ongoing Russia probe.
Joey “Jaws” Chestnut was unable to fully relishthe moment Wednesday when he broke his own record at the annual July Fourth Nathan’s Famous hot dog eating contest for his 11th Mustard Belt.
Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) responded to bothSenate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) andHouse Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) denouncing her remarks calling for citizens to confront members of President Donald Trump’s administration in public, saying Sunday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy” the two “will do anything to protect their leadership.
MSNBC contributor and Voto Latino CEO Maria Teresa Kumar said Saturday on “AM Joy” that President Donald Trump’s immigration policy was the“beginning” of an“ethniccleansing” because the Americangovernmentis“basically” sayingwho can be American and who cannot.
Friday on ESPN’s “First Take,” co-host Stephen A. Smith blasted former MLB star Sammy Sosa over using a skin bleaching cream to become lighter skinned. Sosa sat down with ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap and deniedusing performance-enhancing drugs, but Smith argued the change in skin color “points to his guilt.
At the beginning of the month, President Donald Trump offeredprofessional athletes protesting the National Anthem to share names of people they believed should be pardoned for their non-violent crimes, but Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is not buying it.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban commented on Lexington, VA’s Red Hen ownerkickingWhite House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders out of the restaurant, praising the owner for “sticking up for what they believe in.
Earlier this week on the Fox Business Network, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz reacted toFBI agent Peter Strzok reportedly texting his intentions to stop President Donald Trump from being elected, calling it “collusion at the highest level.
In an interview with MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt for “Kasie DC,” Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) said it is time to “critically re-examine” U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), suggesting starting over “from scratch.
During her Saturday opening statement on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” Jeanine Pirro responded to the recent treatment members of President Donald Trump’s administration have received, saying the left has “devolved” into political abuse.
Saturday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) accused President Donald Trump and the rest of the GOP of lacking the “desire to see a solution to immigration issues.
In reaction toNBA Hall of Famer Kevin McHale receiving backlashon Twitter from media members and other users for attending a President Donald Trump rally in Minnesota Wednesday.
TMZ Sports asked UFC PresidentDana White this week about children and parents being separated when trying to illegally cross the United States-Mexico border. White said the policy was set before President Donald Trump came into office, adding it was a “sad” situation because children should never be taken from their parents.
Thursday on ESPN’s “Get Up,” Philadelphia Eagles safety and activist Malcolm Jenkins discussed the NFL’s new National Anthem policy that requires players to either stand on the field or remain in the locker room.
ESPN “Around the Horn” host Tony Reali announced Sunday that he and his wife were expecting twins and were able to deliver one, but not the other.
Following yet another disappointing performance, Fox Sports 1’s Jason Whitlock declared the end of golf legend Tiger Woods’ career as being considered among the “elite.” Woods has battled injuries and addiction and before the Masters in April, he had not played in one of golf’s four signature events since 2015.
Los Angeles Chargers center Mike Pouncey spoke with TMZ Sports over the weekend, telling the reporter he is open to taking President Donald Trump up on his offer of listening to pardon suggestions.
Sunday on Fox News Channel’s “The Next Revolution,” conservative commentator and author Ann Coulter advised President Donald Trump not to “fall for the actor children” at the border and cited a New Yorker article describing children with scripts and coaching to make situations appear worse.
Sunday on New York AM 970 radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) praised President Donald Trump for announcinghis intention to impose a 25 percent tariff on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods on Friday.
During an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,”White House aide Kellyanne Conway responded to the release of the Inspector General’s report on the handling of the FBI’s and Department of Justice’s probe into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized email server.
In her Saturday opening statement for Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” Jeanine Pirro reacted to the Inspector General report, saying she was “worried” about the state of Washington D.C.
ESPN “First Take” co-host Stephen A. Smith said as the face of the NFL, “it would be nice” to see New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady take a stance one way or the other in the National Anthem debate.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he and his teammates had “good, healthy conversations” regarding the National Anthem protests so the team would not be divided on the issue.
Wednesday, CNN host Wolf Blitzer responded to President Donald Trump referringto CNN as “fake news” in a tweet, arguing the network is “not the enemy of the American people.
Wednesday on ESPN’s “First Take,” co-host Max Kellerman weighed in on the prospect of Baltimore Ravens first-round selection Lamar Jackson, the 2016Heisman-winner as a quarterback, playing in a slash position with incumbent starter Joe Flacco still at quarterback.
CNN anchor Brian Stelter responded to President Donald Trump’s attacks on CNN’s credibility, calling it “absolutely disgusting.” Wednesday Trump singled out both CNN and NBC in a tweet for being “fake news” and has a long history of blasting the network.
NBA legend Dennis Rodman, a friend of both President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un, has served as an unlikely bridge between two countries that were at one point at each other’s throats.
Monday on Sirius XM’s “The Howard Stern Show,” actor Alec Baldwin claimed he would take the presidency if he ran because he would run on “common sense” positions.
Despite not being invited by President Donald Trump, NBA legend Dennis Rodman showed up in Singaporefor the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and President Trump.
Monday, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough responded to the standing ovation Robert De Niro received for saying, “F*ck Trump” at the Tony Awards. Scarborough hammered people applauding De Niro, saying they “don’t understand that they are helping Donald Trump’s reelection.
Monday on MSNBC, Stephanie Ruhle shared her reaction to actor Robert De Niro’s “F*ck Trump” comments during Sunday’s Tony Awards. While Ruhle said she shouts “some of those words in the shower,” the MSNBC anchor argued De Niro voicing his frustration with President Trump, Samantha Bee’s crude comments towards his daughter, Ivanka Trump, and Bill Maher wishing the economy would bottom out could be “hurting the cause.
Actor Dean Cain encouraged protesting professional athletes to take President Donald Trump on his offerto come up with a list of people they believed should be pardoned for their non-violent crimes.
In an interview that aired Sunday on the Fox News Channel, Rep. RonDeSantis(R-FL) discussed moving the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, calling it “an act of a friendly nation paying respects to an ally.
While speaking onstage at the Tony Awards on Sunday night, actor Robert De Niro went after President Donald Trump, saying, "f*** Trump" multiple times.
“I’m going to say one thing: ‘F— Trump,’” De Niro said before presenting an award.
New England Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski responded to trade rumors over the weekend, calling it “fake news.” Friday, Barstool Sports’ Dave Portnoy floated the rumor out there that Gronkowski would be gone by the end of the day.
Fox News Channel “Justice” host Jeanine Pirro declared “America is back” Saturday in her opening statement. “We have a president who steamrolls the economy to historic heights, consumer confidence at an 18-year high, a stock markethitting record highs, tax cuts for everyone and unemployment is not just down, there are actually more jobs than there are people to fill them,” Pirro stated.
In a Saturday appearance on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,”actor Rob Reiner stressed theimportance of the November 2018 elections because the country was fighting for the “soul of democracy” right.
Saturday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” CNBC editor at large John Harwood expressed his concern for President Donald Trump’s state of mind while he was speakingat the G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Quebec.
During Saturday’s “Fox & Friends,”Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz argued the anticipation of a fair Department of Justice Inspector General’s report proved a special counsel handling the Russia probe was unnecessary.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) questioned the meaning of lower unemployment if wages are not increasing, arguing it will still lead to “frustration” for American families Thursday at a press conference on Capitol Hill.
CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin reacted Friday to President Donald Trump recent spree of pardons, which includes some African-Americans. Toobin called it “great theater” during his ongoing “fight with black people.
Author and radio host Michael Eric Dyson appeared on Fox Sports 1’s “Undisputed” Friday to talk about the National Anthem protests and activism in the NFL. After heaping praise on “intelligent athletes” like Philadelphia Eagles players Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long, as well as free agent Colin Kaepernick, for giving money to good causes, Dyson slammed “narrow-minded” Trump for speaking out against the anthem protests.
Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle,” Reverend Jesse Jackson accused President Donald Trump as using the Philadelphia Eagles to “turn the public against” the NFL when he canceled their trip to celebrate winning Super Bowl LII at the White House.
During Thursday’s “Speak for Yourself” on Fox Sports 1, former Pro Bowl wide receiver TJ Houshmandzadeh weighed in on the Philadelphia Eagles players not going to the White House and Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins holding up signs in the locker room as part of his social justice message.
During Thursday’s “Outside the Lines” on ESPN, host Bob Ley praised Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins for holding up signs instead of speaking out as part of his social justice reform.
Thursday on MSNBC, “Morning Joe” co-host MikaBrzezinski claimed a source in the White House told her President Donald Trump is “upset” he cannot watch porn in the White House.
Speaking with TMZ Sports, former WNBA star andOlympic gold medalist Lisa Leslie said she would not be willing to meet with President Donald Trump to discuss equal pay for women, reasoning, “I don’t think he’s about equality at all.
Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Outnumbered Overtime,”Rep.Matt Gaetz(R-FL) warned againstgranting former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe immunityin exchange for his testimony on the Hillary Clinton email scandal.
While speaking to students at TheBlackManCan Institute in Manhattan, Fox Sports 1 host and Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter weighed in on the National Anthem debate in the NFL.
Appearingin a Washington Post Daily 202 interview published online Wednesday, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) commented on his “good friend” former Sen. Al Franken D-MN), and said he missed him “very, very much.
Wednesday, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough called on President Donald Trump to have a sitdown with the Philadelphia Eaglesplayers whooppose him to figure out theongoingdisputeover the National Anthem.
Wednesday on CNN’s “New Day,”White House aide Kellyanne Conway discussed President Donald Trump put a halt on the Philadelphia Eagles’ White House visit due to only a handful of players showing up over the National Anthem debate.
According to LeBron James, the White House will not get a visit from the NBA Finals winner this year, whether it be the Golden State Warriors or his Cleveland Cavaliers.
In reaction to President Donald Trump canceling the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl celebration at the White House, ESPN “High Noon” co-host Pablo Torre predicted the end is near for the tradition of athletes visiting the White House to celebrate their successes.
Tuesday, ESPN “First Take” co-host Stephen A. Smith responded to President Donald Trump’s cancelation of the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl celebration at the White House over low player turnout, saying the president “has the NFL in the palm of his hands.
Video obtained by WISN showsMilwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown’s arrest after he was detained for parking in a handicapped zone. Brown was tackled and hit with a stun gun during the arrest during his confrontation with police.
Monday on “The Rich Eisen Show,” actor Craig T. Nelson shared who he thought is the best athlete-turned-actor, with the voice from “The Incredibles”naming John Wayne. Wayne played football at the University of Southern California before a broken collarbone ended his career.
Outspoken basketball dad LaVar Ball told NFL National Anthem protesters that if they disagree with the league’s new policy requiring players to stand or remain in the locker room, they should find a new league.
After a Twitter back-and-forth that began with Jimmy Kimmel mocking Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) for being in attendance at the Golden State Warriors- Houston Rockets Game 7 playoff game, Cruz and Kimmel agreed to play a game of one-on-one.
Wednesday on Fox Sports 1’s “Speak for Yourself,” co-host Jason Whitlock said it was smart of the NFL to credit President Donald Trump for their new National Anthem policy that now requires players to either stand for the anthem or remain in the locker room.
Former MLB star Johnny Damon heaped praise on President Donald Trump, saying he is “doing a great job” in the White House. Damon told TMZ Sportsthat Americans under Trump have more money in their pockets and he supports the president’s stance on abortion and putting America first.
During ESPN’s “Outside the Lines,” former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie discussed theU.S. Supreme Court overturning the ban on sports betting, saying legalized sports gambling means a “significant amount of revenue” for states.
Sunday on New York AM 970 radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” political commentator and former Bill Clinton adviser Dick Morris shot down the idea that there will be a “blue wave” in the 2018midterm elections, instead saying a “red wave” is on the way.
During Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends Sunday,” Fox Business Network anchor Maria Bartiromo called it “mind-boggling” that there is a $47 trillion budget but no money readily available to be spent on building the United States-Mexico border wall.
In the wake of President Donald Trump freeing three U.S. citizens from North Korean captivity, “Saturday Night Live” Weekend Update hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che admitted through clenched teeth Trump had a good week.
“Saturday Night Live” mixed things up this week, electing to bring on cast members’ mothers to honor them the night before Mother’s Day instead of lampooning President Donald Trump and his administration.
During her opening statement on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” host Jeanine Pirro praised President Donald Trump for his Tuesday announcement that the United States is pulling out of the Iran nuclear agreement, as well as for moving the American embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
Saturday on “AM Joy,” MSNBC terrorism analyst Malcolm Nance denounced the honor of military veterans who support President Donald Trump because of his prior comments regardingSenator John McCain (R-AZ) being a prisoner of war while he “hid” from the draft.
During Saturday’s MSNBC broadcast of “AM Joy,” Paul Butler, professor of law at Georgetown Law School, commended former student and Stormy Daniels attorney Michael Avenatti, sitting right beside him, for his work in trying to take down President Donald Trump.
Thursday, CNN sports analyst Christine Brennan reacted to tennis legend John McEnroe saying Donald Trump offered him $1 million to play either Venus or Serena Williams in a match.
Thursday, rapper Meek Mill joined as a guest on ESPN’s “First Take” to talk criminal justice reform just weeks after being released from prison while he appeals decade-old gun and drug convictions.
Tennis legend John McEnroe says before Donald Trump was in office, the real estate mogul offered him $1 million to face off with either Venus or Serena Williams, but he turned it down.
Fox Sports 1’s Jason Whitlock weighed in on the backlash rapper Kanye West had received for his support of President Donald Trump and praised the artist for trying to “open” the minds of black Americans to political ideas other than liberalism.
Sunday on Washington D.C. Fox affiliate WTTG’s “The Final 5,” “Outkick the Coverage” founder Clay Travis predicted free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick would make an excuse and blame President Donald Trump for using him so he can “dodge” the upcoming summit on issues of race.
During a recent appearance on Katie Couric’s podcast, Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) weighed in on the Democratic National Committee’s lawsuit alleging a conspiracy between Russia, WikiLeaks and President Donald Trump’s campaign to disrupt the 2016 election.
Former Clinton adviser James Carville said Sunday on New York AM 970’s “The Cats Roundtable” that he was unsure if Hillary Clinton will run in 2020, adding that she had “always gotten the most votes” whenever she runs.
A star-studded “Saturday Night Live” cold open lampooned theongoing Stormy Daniels-Donald Trump case, including an appearance from the porn actress herself. In the skit, Trump, played by Alec Baldwin, played phone tag with Ben Stiller as Trump attorney Michael Cohen as the FBI listened along.
Saturday,Rudy Giuliani, a member of President Trump’s legal team, appeared on Fox News Channel’s “Justice” to address the Stormy Daniels payment and his comments on the situation from this week.
During Saturday’s “AM Joy” on MSNBC, host Joy Reid asked National Memo editor-in-chief Joe Conasonwhy the American people should trust a court full of “partisans” would not choose to just protect President DonaldTrump “regardless of precedent.
While speaking Thursday at VH1’s “Dear Mama: A Love Letter to Moms,” free agent quarterback said his adoptive mother, Teresa Kaepernick, would stick up for him in little league games when parents spoke ill “about the black child striking out all of their sons.
During Friday’s “First Take” on ESPN, co-host Max Kellerman shot down the notion that rapper Kanye West’s political commentary should be taken seriously, saying he has “contempt” for the idea of Kanye being a “deep thinker.
Friday on ESPN’s “First Take,” co-host Stephen A. Smith slammed rapper Kanye West’s comments about slavery during an interview with TMZ. “When you hear about slavery for 400 years.
Thursday on Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Company,” former New York Jets great “Broadway” Joe Namath weighed in on the current situation in the NFL where National Anthem protesters Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid have had trouble finding work.
ESPN NFL analyst Damien Woody said it is no coincidence that free agent safeties Eric Reid and Kenny Vaccaro, like Colin Kaepernick, remain unsigned after kneeling for the National Anthem.
Sunday, Tennessee Titans offensive lineman Taylor Lewan chugged beer from a dead catfish at a Nashville Predators playoff game. The “Inside the NBA” on TNT crew brought a dead catfish to the set Monday, and NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal threw it at Charles Barkley, who was able to dodge it.
Some TennesseeTitans players were in attendance Sunday night when the Nashville Predators hostedthe Winnipeg Jets forGame 2 of the Western Conference semifinals. Quarterback Marcus Mariota celebrated alongside ashirtless Quinton Spain, while members of the offensive line held up a dead catfish foroffensive tackle Taylor Lewan to drink beer flowing out of its mouth.
During an interview with TMZ Sports,NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman took some of the credit for the improved relationship between North Korea and the United States of America.
Sunday on MSNBC’s “Kasie DC,”Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) left the door open on another run for president. “[A]ll of my options are on the table,” Kasich said of a potential 2020 run.
During her Saturday opening statement on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” Jeanine Pirro had a question for anyone who was not convinced former FBI Director Jim Comey was involved in an attempted coup to take down President Donald Trump.
Saturday, Zeke Stokes, vice president of programs at GLAAD, discussed the Joy Reid controversy where archived versions of her blog showtheuse of homophobic slurs. According to Stokes, the controversy is just “a concerted effort” by people who want to roll back the LGBT community’s progress.
Saturday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,”Brandon Wolf, vice president of the Dru Project,commended host Joy Reid for her apology forthe controversy over past homophobic blog posts attributed to her.