In an interview with Rolling Stone, documentarian Michael Moore stated that Trump wouldn't have the same level of notoriety if he'd been from a city that wasn't New York.
"I believe that the FBI is engaged in investigative activity and part of investigative activity includes surveillance activity of different shapes and sizes," Christopher Wray said during a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing.
"If I had a boss like this, I would've just quit."
"I really love stupid murder plans that go awry," Hader tells Newsweek. "People trying to scam other people… I find that fascinating."
Film director Alison Klayman told Newsweek that the former Trump chief strategist's ideology was "disingenuous" and "irresponsible."
Former CIA Director John Brennan has no doubt Trump will pardon Paul Manafort, the only question is "when."
"You shame yourself & the Office of the Presidency," former CIA Director John Brennan tweeted at Trump.
A West Virginia EMS director was suspended after posting a picture touting Trump's border wall that showed several decapitated dark-skinned men's heads behind a smiling white man.
"Mr. Trump knows what he has done in the past," former CIA Director John Brennan said during an appearance on "Morning Joe" on Friday.
South Ward councilman George Muschal said that Carol Russell does not have the leadership needed for the position.
Darren Dunstan is known as the voice of Maximillion Pegasus on the original "Yu-Gi-Oh!" series, but he's been a part of the franchise for much longer.
Producers of the spy franchise parted ways with director Danny Boyle before sequel to Spectre began production.
A starter guide to female filmmakers, from indie flicks to blockbusters.
Marvel and Disney stand firmly by their decision not to re-hire James Gunn for "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3."
Helen Aguirre Ferré joined the Trump administration in January 2017 after campaigning for former Florida Governor Jeb Bush during his presidential bid.
28-year-old Reagan Hedlund was hired to be the first lady's policy director back in January, but has left to work on foreign policy issues.
The documentary poster features the tagline "Can We Save America a Second Time?" and shows a meshed photo of both Abraham Lincoln and Trump's faces.
"I'm glad Disney fired him, but if these tweets are true, he needs to be prosecuted."
The former CIA director said he would "continue to speak out loudly and critically."
Haspel was confirmed with the help of Democrats despite concerns over her role in the CIA's use of torture.