Never one to keep his mouth shut, Charlie Sheen told the “Graham Norton Show” that Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump once gave him diamond cufflinks that turned out to be fake.
The “Hot Shots” actor explained that he met the “Apprentice” star five years ago when he was getting ready to marry Brooke Mueller- "I noticed Donald staring at my watch. He says, ‘I want to give you an early wedding gift as a gesture from me and Melania’ - and she doesn’t say a word; she’s very sweet and very pretty but she just kind of sits there.”
Meryl Streep mocked U.S. presidential hopeful Donald Trump in an unflattering parody of the businessman in New York on Monday (June 6).
The three-time Oscar winner donned an oversized suit and styled her hair to resemble Donald's trademark bouffant to perform at The 2016 Public Theater Gala at the Delacorte Theater in Manhattan's Central Park.
His acting range is nothing short of astounding, and Johnny Depp's latest challenge finds him impersonating one of the most polarizing characters in today’s political landscape.
The “Pirates of the Caribbean” hunk plays Donald Trump in a Funny or Die parody trailer of the 1980s made-for-TV movie “The Art of the Deal,” and he’s joined by Michaela Watkins, Henry Winkler, Patton Oswalt, Andy Richter, Jack McBrayer and Paul Scheer.
He has a history of infidelity and Nazi humor and now Jesse James has thrown his support behind Republican Presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
In an open Facebook letter, the motorcycle builder, who also starred on Trump’s show “The Apprentice,” wrote, “What I saw was a person that treated everyone with respect. Even the (Hispanic) guys in the mail room. I made it all the way to the top 3 and when I was let go Donald Trump stood up and shook my hand and said ‘Great Job Jesse.’”
During his interview on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” last night (January 5) the “Pulp Fiction” star recounted several golf games in which the Republican Presidential Candidate was less than honest about his score.