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Stephen Colbert steps up his Trump impression after CPAC speech


Stephen Colbert has already laid into Trump’s “epically weird” CPAC speech.

But there was one moment that the late show host had to talk about again: Trump’s admonishing of the people investigating him during his speech on Saturday.

And by talk, we mean totally mock the president with a new, weird impression that’s better if you just watch it (at 2:40). Colbert also tore into Trump’s press conference on Tuesday, where he answered questions about the investigations.

“It’s just so sad when his heart’s not in it, you know,” Colbert quipped. “He’s like an aging singer doing his 16th show of the week in Branson to a half-empty room.” Read more…

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The CPAC replacement speaker for Milo Yiannopoulos was a notorious Japanese cult-member

After his awkward endorsement of pedophilia disqualified Milo Yiannopoulos to be the hard right’s token gay pal, CPAC needed a new speaker to fill his slot their conference, and the guy they chose was Jikido ‘Jay’ Aeba, a member of the notorious Japanese “Happy Science” cult, who helped the religion extrude a tendril into the political realm by founding the Happiness Realization Party.

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Reince Priebus rejects Steve Bannon's touch in awkward TV moment


Sorry, Steve Bannon, Reince Priebus doesn’t want to hold your hand. 

In a delightful moment broadcast from a Feb. 23 CPAC event, Bannon reached out for a brief moment of human connection only to have his advances sort of… swatted away? By Chief of Staff Priebus. 

It’s five seconds long, but people are already latching on to this little incident. 

@KJAlvarado124 @UndergroundSch2 Not in public, people are

— Meredith (@itsmeMereW) February 23, 2017

Although new fan fiction is probably already in the works, for politics-slash-romance fans. Read more…

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