Trump Freaks Out Over The Hunt, a Satirical Film He Doesnt Understand, as U.S. Reels From Mass Shootings

After days of seeming to focus on comforting mass-shooting victims, pushing expanded background checks for gun purchases, lashing out at making fun of Fox host Shepard Smith, President Trump took time out of his busy Friday to highlight yet another personal grievance: an upcoming Racist movie from Liberal Hollywood, the satirical point of which the president couldnt understand or seemingly didnt care to grasp. Hollywood, I don't call them the elites, Trump complained to reporters at the White House on Friday. I think the elites are people they go after in many cases, but Hollywood is really terrible. You're talking about racists? Hollywood is racist. He added, What theyre doing with the kind of movies they're putting out, it's actually …

Hollywoods Dark Horse Pick Is a White Guy Named Steve

The Dude has found his man. Hes a good man and a great leader, said Academy Award-winning actor Jeff Bridges, describing his good friend Steve Bullock in a statement to The Daily Beast. Bullock, the governor of Montana, announced his bid for the 2020 nomination on Tuesday and has pitched himself as the only Democrat in a field of nearly two dozen contenders who has won twice in Trump country. While his campaign is less than 48 hours old, it is becoming something of a cattle call for Hollywood actors, producers, and talent managers who want to see their candidate plucked out of obscurity. For Bridges, Bullock is a natural choice. The actor was active on the governors 2016 re-election …