"The Simpsons" envision Ivanka Trump as a Supreme Court Justice, and Sean Spicer killing himself ... at least in the show's version of Donald Trump's first 100 days in office.
The spoof airs on Sunday's episode, and even the staunchest Trump haters would have to say it's super dark -- Spicer hanging himself in the White House Press Room, Ruth Bader Ginsburg getting 86'd for Ivanka, while hawking robes and the prez himself weeping over ... well, you gotta watch.
Of course, Trump's made no secret of his love for FOX News. Gotta wonder if he'll be watching the mother ship Sunday night.
The woman who dangled from her shoelaces last week trying to jump the White House fence has struck again ... this time gunning for a building about a football field away.
Marci Anderson Wahl was arrested again early Sunday morning after successfully scaling the White House fence near the Treasury Building adjacent to 15th Street, just East of the White House. The building is on the same grounds, enclosed by the same fence.
Cops picked up Wahl around 2:15 AM, and she was charged with unlawful entry and contempt of court. She reportedly had a backpack on her with a sleeping bag and other miscellaneous items. No weapons or hazardous materials were found.
You'll recall ... Wahl was arrested and charged this past Tuesday for trying to jump the White House fence, but got caught by her shoelaces and had to be helped down by Secret Service agents.
After being issued a stay away order, she was arrested this past Friday as well after walking near the White House. Hopefully the third time's a charm for her.
The man who jumped the White House fence and remained undetected for almost 20 minutes last weekend says he's the author of the unsubstantiated Trump-Russia dossier.
Jonathan Tuan-Anh Tran posted a video on his YouTube channel earlier this month, claiming to be the one who wrote up the controversial document, which contains salacious accusations about the president.
In the bizarre vid -- posted March 8 -- Tran flashes what appears to be his driver's license to confirm his ID. Sure enough, his Milpitas, CA address matches up with the fence jumper ... according to court docs.
He also says ... "I'm currently in Washington D.C. and I'm just making a video to quickly and publicly come out of hiding. I can't speak too much at the moment about that right now, at this time. But I hope it clears up any confusion or mystery."
In an earlier video posted on the same channel, Tran also discusses the Trump-Russia dossier and calls it bogus ... defending it with his own story about a dossier.
As we reported ... Tran was turned away by the Secret Service just hours before he made his breach. He moved about the grounds for 20 minutes and even jiggled a doorknob. He was also carrying 2 cans of mace.
The man arrested for claiming he had a bomb in his car at the White House Saturday night was apparently testing security ... this after several major lapses.
Sean Patrick Keoughan approached a police officer near a White House entry point and told him, "There's a bomb in the trunk." The 29-year-old went on to say "this a test!" and was immediately tackled and taken into custody.
The 2017 Chevy Impala Keoughan was driving had been reported stolen in Virginia.
The Secret Service said it was amping up security after the incident.
A man drove up to a White House checkpoint this weekend claiming to have a bomb in his car ... marking the 3rd time in a week someone has tried breaching the grounds.
The Secret Service arrested the latest would-be intruder late Saturday night.
He was immediately taken into custody, and the White House was put on high alert. Surrounding streets were closed through the night. His vehicle was searched ... there is no confirmation if anything was found.
President Trump was not home at the time -- he's in Mar-a-Lago this weekend.
Earlier the same day, another man tried jumping over a bike rack in front of the White House. Last Saturday, a man actually jumped the White House fence and remained undetected for about 20 minutes ... getting right up to the building and even trying to jiggle doorknobs.
Kellyanne Conway shouldn't be crucified for getting casual in the Oval Office ... at least according to the designer of the couch on which she knelt.
Interior designer Kenneth Blasingame -- who styled George W. Bush's Oval Office -- tells TMZ he's nowhere near offended Kellyanne put her pumps all over his old boss' couch ... and neither should anyone else.
Blasingame says while he considers the space "sacred," it doesn't mean Kellyanne isn't entitled to an informal moment there ... since there's been plenty in its long history.
Funny thing though ... Kenneth tells us Bush ran a tight ship when it came to visitors in his Oval Office -- i.e. no blue jeans, and suit jacket required.
But, when it comes to Kellyanne's faux pas in front of reps from HBCU ... BFD.
One of the first orders of business for the Trump Administration was to take down the fiery red drapes that flanked President Obama in the Oval Office. The replacement ... the very same drapes Hillary Clinton chose for her husband back in 1993.
The gold fabric endured throughout the Clinton presidency, but went into storage when George W. chose a deeper color, more in the brown than gold family. President Obama went code red.
When Hillary chose the drapes, she said she picked the color because she wanted the Oval Office to be "more dynamic, to show more energy."
Trump's taste is non-partisan ... he's also re-installed Reagan's sunbeam rug and W's gold brocade sofas.
As for Trump's penchant for gold ... well, check out his NYC pad.
Ellen DeGeneres' face was apparently ID enough to get her past White House security with a bunch of other celebs getting the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Ellen says she forgot her ID and couldn't get inside for the ceremony, yet there she was next to Robert De Niro, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jordan, Diana Ross, Tom Hanks and many more.
We're guessing someone recognized her. Once inside they all did the obligatory Mannequin Challenge. Yeah, it's getting old hat, but this one's got the Boss ... so, pretty cool.
The Denver Broncos hit up the White House moments ago ... and President Obama wasted no time doing his best Peyton Manning -- dropping a few "Omahas" for the squad.
The clip's pretty funny ... Obama roasts everyone from Von Miller to kicker Brandon McManus ... and jokes that he might be able to play WR for the Broncos.
Of course, there were a few players from the Super Bowl championship team who were noticeably absent -- including Brock Osweiler (who's with his new team) and Aqib Talib (who's nursing a gunshot wound).