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Sarah Huckabee Sanders 'I Can't Guarantee' Trump Didn't Say N-Word

8/14/2018 1:05 PM PDT
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Sarah Huckabee Sanders can't say for sure there isn't a recording of President Trump saying the n-word.

The White House Press Sec. was bombarded Tuesday with questions about Omarosa's many secret recordings ... during the campaign and after Trump was in Office.

Sanders was asked multiple times if she's ever directly asked Trump if he used the n-word. She deflected each time, and refused to use the g-word ... guarantee. As we reported, Omarosa recorded Trump campaign staffers discussing how to handle a possible recording of him using the racial epithet.

Sarah's inability to offer a guarantee such a tape doesn't exist ... is only adding fuel to the fire.

Corey Lewandowski Looking to Land TV Deal ... What 'Womp Womp'?

7/30/2018 12:20 AM PDT

Corey Lewandowski has his sights set on Hollywood ... he just needs to channel his inner Prez to blow past some negative pub and make it happen.

Sources close to Donald Trump's former campaign manager tell TMZ ... he's been shopping ideas for his own TV show around Hollywood, and is starting getting some takers.

We're told he had major interest months ago following the release of his book, 'Let Trump Be Trump,' but it quickly dissipated after he dropped a "womp womp" in response to a story about an immigrant child with Down syndrome being separated from her parents.

Apparently, enough time has passed for TV execs to forget about that, because we're told Corey met with Pilgrim Studios -- the home of Sean Spicer's upcoming talk show -- last week.

Our sources say Lewandowski wants to host some sort of unscripted political talk show that's more interview-driven and less Fox News, like "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" ... but with a different angle.

It's all still in the early stages, but we're told Corey's serious about making it happen. If it doesn't ... womp womp?

Michael Avenatti Cohen's Tapes Will Pin Trump ... And Spank Him Too

7/29/2018 1:04 PM PDT

Stormy Daniels' lawyer thinks Michael Cohen has more dirt to spill on President Trump, and he's forecasting a spanking ... the likes of which Donnie has never felt. 

We got Michael Avenatti Saturday leaving Craig's in WeHo, where he was being followed by paps like your standard A-lister. He rattled off answers on the Cohen tapes -- one of which has already featured 45's voice -- and speculated on what's next for the Prez. 

Mike says Cohen has turned the corner on his former client, and will probably leak more tapes in the days to come. In other words ... a second spanking for DT, according to him.

He's also got some words for FOX News' Sean Hannity -- another client of Cohen's -- who apparently won't have Avenatti sit for his show. Mike's message ... sack up, bro. 

Sean Spicer Book Signing Confronted by Ex-Classmate ... 'You Called Me a N*****'

7/28/2018 11:30 AM PDT

Sean Spicer's book signing got heated very quickly when a former classmate of his showed up to confront him ... and shouted out a serious n-word accusation in front of Sean's fans.

The former White House Press Secretary was signing copies of his new book 'The Briefing' in Middletown, Rhode Island Friday, when a man named Alex Lombard -- who attended prep school with Spicer -- accused him of trying to fight him when they were teens ... then claimed, "You called me a n***** first!"

The people waiting in line initially laughed at Lombard bringing up his past with Sean, but gasped and groaned at the n-word allegation. Lombard was then led out by security.

The vid by Newport Daily News doesn't catch Sean's reaction to the racial slur accusation.

Spicer's book tour has not been going smoothly so far -- he was heckled at another signing in NYC Wednesday and called a "garbage person."

David Spade Roseanne Question Too Radioactive!!!

7/28/2018 7:41 AM PDT

David Spade had nice things to say about Roseanne ... that is until our photog asked if he'd ever work with her again.

We got David Friday night in WeHo leaving Craig's, and at first he was chatty ... how he opened for Roseanne back in the day, when neither was making any real money.

He was also quick to say how funny she is, but then ... we ask him a question that's maybe a little too hot to handle ... which moves David's finger in the direction of the window switch.

Les Moonves CBS Responds to Sexual Misconduct Allegation ... It's Being 'Taken Seriously'

7/27/2018 10:25 AM PDT

The CEO of CBS is being accused of sexual misconduct ... and the network says it's investigating and the allegations are being taken seriously.

Les Moonves is being accused of unwanted kissing and touching 20 years ago in an article -- written by Ronan Farrow -- set to be published Friday in the New Yorker, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

CBS says its Independent Directors teams is looking into the claim and "Upon the conclusion of that investigation ... the Board will promptly review the findings and take appropriate action."

Meanwhile, CBS stock has plummeted in wake of the news ... losing about 7 percent of its value.

By the way ... Farrow's name might sound familiar -- his reporting of Harvey Weinstein's alleged sordid history of sexual assault won him a Pulitzer Prize.

Roseanne TV Apology to Valerie Jarrett ... Ends With a 'Do Diss

7/26/2018 6:47 PM PDT
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Roseanne Barr took a crack at an on-air apology to Valerie Jarrett for posting a racist tweet about her, but it didn't go too well ... especially at the very end.

Roseanne was speaking on Sean Hannity's show Thursday night about her notorious tweet and the fallout that came after, when Hannity gave her a chance to look at the camera and say sorry to Jarrett.

Barr used the opportunity to drop a sort of half-apology, but even that was better than how she decided to wrap it up -- by insulting Valerie's haircut.

Roseanne's TV appearance comes after she's been hard at work with her son to create her own content, with the mission being -- ironically -- to get her unfiltered and true story out there -- not the media's.

As you know ... Roseanne's hit ABC show was canned after she compared Valerie to an ape on Twitter. She's tried to excuse it away -- first by blaming Ambien, then by claiming she thought "the bitch was white" -- while also alleging ABC really fired her because she's a Donald Trump supporter.

ABC has since revived "Roseanne" with a reboot/spin-off centered around the Conner family ... but without Roseanne, of course.

Nancy Grace On Nassar Prison Attack 'Oh, Boo Hoo'

7/26/2018 5:55 AM PDT

Nancy Grace ain't shedding any tears for convicted sexual predator Larry Nassar -- essentially saying the fact he was attacked in prison is nothing short of karma.

"Oh, boo hoo!! Nassar is having to be bullied and attacked by people bigger than him? I wonder how that feels ... maybe he should ask some of his victims!"

Grace says she's NOT happy to hear about the prison attack on Nassar -- but she doesn't feel bad about it either.

"I absolutely believe we should do more to stop assaults behind bars," Grace told us at LAX on Wednesday ... "I'm not happy about it."

As we previously reported, Nassar's attorney filed court docs saying he was assaulted in the general population section of a federal prison in Tucson back in May.

Nassar blames the judge from his criminal case -- claiming she encouraged other inmates to target him. 

But Grace says that's absolute B.S. 

Sarah Palin Inviting Putin to W.H. is Smart ... And Alaska's Safe with Me

7/22/2018 12:40 AM PDT

Sarah Palin thinks President Trump might be on to something good with his idea to invite Vladimir Putin to the White House ... because world leaders gotta work together.

We got Sarah at LAX Friday and asked her about Trump's questionable and surprising invite ... and in fact, she tells us it's "really wise" to get the Russian Prez to America so he can understand what we're all about.

As for whether she's worried the move could go sour, the former Governor of Alaska says we won't know 'til we try, and we can't just go off what the media wants us to believe ... so it's worth a shot.

Speaking of Alaska ... we all know it's America's closest Russian neighbor, but Sarah says her home state has nothing to fear with this Putin situation either -- at least not on her watch.

Still got that hockey mom attitude.

Elon Musk to Thailand Rescuer So Sorry for Calling You a Pedo

7/18/2018 7:39 AM PDT

Elon Musk has fallen on the sword after lashing out in anger ... calling one of the Thailand rescuers a pedo.

Musk says he made the comment in anger, after British diver Vern Unsworth said Musk was guilty of a "PR stunt" by bringing a mini-submarine to Thailand to rescue the soccer players and their coach. Unsworth said the sub would have been useless in the rescue effort.

That's when Musk went on Twitter and called him a "pedo."

Musk now says, "My words were spoken in anger after Mr. Unsworth said several untruths ... Nonetheless, his actions against me do not justify my actions against him, and for that I apologize to Mr. Unsworth and to the companies I represent as a leader. The fault is mine and mine alone."

Although Musk deleted the "pedo" tweet, Tesla stock fell 3% Monday, although it more than recovered Tuesday.  

Unsworth had threatened legal action. He hasn't responded to Musk's apology.


Kim Basinger & Priscilla Presley Dead Serious Protesting Korea's Dog Meat Trade

7/17/2018 3:08 PM PDT

Kim Basinger held a photo of dead dogs skinned and hanging on hooks to protest the dog meat trade in Korea, but Priscilla Presley took it a step further ... by holding an actual dead canine.

We talked to Kim at the protest, which went down in L.A. Tuesday at the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea, and she says the demonstration is about speaking out against what's wrong ... and killing dogs is definitely wrong.

She admits the dog meat trade has been part of Korean culture, especially with the older generation in S. Korea ... but she thinks it's time for a change.

The protest itself got very graphic. Basinger and many others from the group Last Chance for Animals held signs with disturbing images reading "Stop Dog Meat" ... while Presley and a few other women looked to be holding dead animals.

Other celebs at the protest included Donna D'Errico and EG Daily and Basinger's boyfriend, Mitch Stone. There were also 2 more protests in D.C. and Seoul.

The poor dead dogs were reportedly recently euthanized and provided by a local L.A. vet for "shock factor."

It definitely did the trick.

Donald Trump I Didn't Commit Treason ... Just Botched a Double Negative!!!

7/17/2018 12:24 PM PDT

Donald Trump's doing something a tad out of the ordinary for him -- taking back a comment he made ... but only after saying his message SHOULD have been obvious.

The Prez just issued a clarification after siding with Vladimir Putin over the U.S. intelligence community, claiming it was all a big misunderstanding because he flubbed a single word ... by saying "would" when he really meant "wouldn't."

We've all been there ... right?

Trump wants to make it clear now -- he fully supports the intelligence community's conclusion that Russia meddled in the 2016 election ... though he still believes it had no influence on the result, and suggests maybe they weren't alone.

Wouldn't that be something?

Trump/Putin Meeting U.S. Interpreter Holds All the Secrets

7/17/2018 11:04 AM PDT

The woman in this photo is the only person in the world who might give an honest assessment of what went down in the private, 2-hour meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.

Her name is Marina Gross. She works for the State Department as an interpreter. Gross has worked for the State Dept. for years. We know back in 2008 she accompanied then First Lady Laura Bush to Sochi.

Gross also served as a translator for then Secretary of State Rex Tillerson back in April 2017 in Moscow.

There have been calls to subpoena Gross before Congress to testify about what went down in the meeting between the 2 leaders. If a subpoena is issued, it would almost certainly meet with resistance from the White House.

It's an issue that could easily make it's way to the United States Supreme Court, which would make the Brett Kavanaugh nomination all the more critical.

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