'Real Time With Bill Maher' Tackles Robert Mueller Report: "We're Going to Subpoena Him"

In response to the closing of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, which yielded no new indictments, HBO's Real Time With Bill Maher used a portion of its Friday night episode to discuss the long-awaited report on meddling in the 2016 election.

Host Maher was joined by Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-ca), Republican pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson and former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Defense for Russia Evelyn Farkas.

At the top of the discussion, Maher gave his take on the report: "Democrats put too much trust in the Mueller report, because I don’t need the Mueller report to know he’...
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Ralph Reed Jr. sold soul to Trump, Real Time highlights

Last night, Bill Maher broke the hiatus and came back with a vengeance. It was his mid-show guest Ralph Reed Jr. who created the biggest hoopla with his defense of Donald Trump and mega-churches being allowed to push political agendas from the pulpit. This week’s other guests were Vice President Al Gore who was the top of the show interview, and panelists Kristen Soltis Anderson, Joshua Green, Michael Weiss. The big story comes from Maher’s affable interview that turned south as Ralph Reed Jr., a frequent Maher guest, defended Trump vigorously and lauded his good work advancing the Evangelical more
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Bill Maher Says Trump ‘Capable’ of Murder: ‘He Loves Dictators’ (Video)

Bill Maher Says Trump ‘Capable’ of Murder: ‘He Loves Dictators’ (Video)
Real Time” host Bill Maher said Friday that he believes Donald Trump is “capable” of ordering people murdered. “Do you believe Vladimir Putin has ordered the murder of people?” he asked his guests on the online-only “Overtime” segment of his HBO show “Real Time.” “Absolutely,” responded conservative activist Ralph Reed. Also Read: Bill Maher 'Very Sorry' for Saying N-Word on 'Real Time' “Do you think Trump is capable of that?” Maher asked. “No,” said Reed. “No, I don’t think so,” said Republican pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson. Another guest started to answer, and Maher blurted out: “‘Cause I do.
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Fox News, CNN Reporters Urge Donald Trump To Fire Corey Lewandowski

Fox News, CNN Reporters Urge Donald Trump To Fire Corey Lewandowski
A group of female media members have sent a request to Donald Trump urging him to fire campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Sixteen media professionals, including Fox NewsKatie Pavlich and CNN’s Mary Katherine Ham, signed the letter. The letter asks Trump to respond to the “inexcusable, unprofessional” behavior of Lewandowski. Meghan McCain, S.E. Cupp, Christine Rosen, Chrinsta Hof Sommers, Bethany Mandel, Emily Zanotti, Karol Markowicz, Kristen Soltis Anderson, Mona Charen, Sarah Rumpf, Brooke Rogers and Brietbart’s Mary Chastain round out the female journalists who signed the letter. Also Read: Donald Trump Campaign Manager, Accuser Cancel on Fox News
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Bill Maher on Donald Trump “Frankenstein Monster Created By Tea Party” Video

“He never apologizes, he’s never wrong…he’s the white Kanye!” – Bill MaherOn the last HBO “Real Time with Bill Maher” episode before the July vacation hiatus, host Bill Maher was joined by mid-show interview guest Judd Apatow, and panelists Kristen Soltis Anderson, Michael Eric Dyson and Mary Katharine Ham, who hashed over the viability of Donald Trump as a Gop contender. During the segment, Maher quips he was waiting for the “Trump-Christie” Gop ticket. Now that Christie has thrown his hat in the ring too, this is actually a remote possibility.Despite the unvarnished remarks slung by Donald Trump, his political […]
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Maher Slams Scotus For Helping 'Racism 2.0'

Maher Slams Scotus For Helping 'Racism 2.0'
Bill Maher was no fan of the Supreme Court's ruling this week that threw out Article 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, saying that the decision enables disenfranchisement of minorities at the polls.

"These Supreme Court dudes, they don't live in the real world. They don't know how much the country has changed," Maher said of Chief Justice John Roberts' declaration that the country had changed enough to eliminate the law.

He had a spirited debate with his panel, which included Kristen Soltis, Horace Cooper and Dan Neil about whether the ruling was a truly fair and accurate reflection of the modern state of race in America.

Maher opined that the decision was a reflection of "racism 2.0," a much more subtle way to prevent progress than openly using racial slurs or expressing racism.

"Donald Trump is a worse racist, but he gets to keep his show because he didn't say the word,
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Adrian Grenier, Dan Neil topline HBO's 'Real Time with Bill Maher'

Friday night on "Real Time with Bill Maher" (June 28) will see Adrian Grenier and Dan Neil topline as guests. The series continues its 11th season Friday, June 28 (10:00-11:00 p.m. live Et/tape-delayed Pt), exclusively on HBO, with an instant replay at 11:00 p.m. following the live presentation. Guests are Anthony Leiserowitz, director, Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, is the top-of-show interview guest. Actor-producer Adrian Grenier is the mid-show interview guest. The roundtable guests are political strategist Hogan Gidley, automotive columnist Dan Neil and political consultant Kristen Soltis. Grenier has produced a documentary on a subject near and dear to Maher's heart: Drugs, and selling them. Grenier told the Huffingtonn Post: "Obama's a mystery to me,
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O’Reilly Questions Study On Gop Youth Outreach: Why Should We Care About ‘Kids Who Don’t Know Anything’?

A report released by the College Republican National Committee found that the Gop lost young voters because many young people view the Republican party as "closed-minded, racist, rigid, [and] old-fashioned." Bill O'Reilly brought on Crnc Chairwoman Alex Smith and research analyst Kristen Soltis, who helped write the Crnc report, to explain their findings. O'Reilly questioned the reasons young people don't like the Gop, and wondered why the Republicans should even bother listening to "a bunch of kids who don't know anything."
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What to Watch Friday: The Final Spartacus Battle Begins, 'Mikita' Tension, Banshee and More

What to Watch Friday: The Final Spartacus Battle Begins, 'Mikita' Tension, Banshee and More
On TV this Friday: Spartacus commences its War of the Damned, Banshee mixes it up with an Mma fighter, Ethan Hawke uncovers some Shakespeare and Nikita‘s man doesn’t like what he sees. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

8 pm Nikita (The CW) | Michael and Nikita’s relationship becomes strained as he watches her work with Owen to take down a rogue “cleaner” (played by Pedro Pascal, The Good Wife).

8 pm Kitchen Nightmares (Fox) | Gordon Ramsay steps in when a Massachusetts man refuses to cede control of the Olde Hitching Post restaurant to his oldest daughter.

8 pm
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Nancy Pelosi toplines political guest panel for HBO's 'Real Time,' Jan. 25

Tune in alert for Friday night's salon with Bill Maher, as congresswoman Nancy Pelosi will be appearing among a group of politicans and political analysts. Real Time with Bill Maher continues its 11th season Friday, Jan. 25 (10:00-11:00 p.m. live Et/tape-delayed Pt), exclusively on HBO, with an instant replay at 11:00 p.m. following the live presentation. The format gives Maher a unique delivery on his perspective for topical events and contemporary issues via an opening monologue, roundtable discussions with panelists, and interviews with in-studio and satellite guests. The roundtable guests this week are Gopac president David Avella, former Vt. Gov. Howard Dean and political strategist Kristen Soltis; House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and Mont. Sen. Jon Tester are
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