Self-proclaimed "voice of the people", self-proclaimed "woke up" badagenarian and hostess of HBOIt is the "yuk-yuk" political festival of the night. Real time with Bill Maher Bill Maher continues his one-man campaign to be "The smartest guy in the room" – and make sure that each and every person in your reach does not forget it, damn it!
Except that two things happened on Friday night to the libertarian response of HBO (still?) A Bill O & # 39; Reilly that perhaps He did not expect, starting with the rejection of his audience by his announcement that the controversial author and the person speaking Ann Coulter he would join his "best friend" Maher on next week's show. Not happy with letting that be the owner, the first Bernie Sanders The supporter had some "interesting" comments to make regarding the allegations of badism and harbadment among the Sanders campaign staff.
● During a round table, former congressman Barney frank brought Coulter's name to the conversation as a reason for the president Donald Trump changing its position in a bipartisan bill of Congress that would have kept the federal government open. Maher jumped Frank's comments by announcing that Coulter would be in next week's episode, prompting the expected "boos" and teasing from the audience. But Maher, seeing the opportunity to display his "vigil" like a proud peabad in the most elegant way possible, was not having any that addressed to his friend: "Yes, that's called a news creator, a policymaker, you'll have to stink that up."
● If you're Frank, it's bad enough that you've been the catalyst for that news, but the levels of "inadequate awkwardness" went from 11 when the conversation turned into allegations of badism and harbadment among the Sanders campaign staff during the candidate's 2016 presidential campaign. . While some have called the Senator for not addressing the allegations with sufficient seriousness, Maher saw the controversy as another example of the progressive turn of the left towards someone Maher feels is one of their own.
In debating the matter, Maher seemed to dismiss the seriousness of the accusations: in one sense, the responsibility was in "one of the women in the campaign" for the staff member to receive "the wrong signals" when his supervisor "touched on the hair". "
When Frank rejected Maher's comments ("That's a bad thing to say … that she pointed out to him"), Maher stood firm and argued that the staff member could have done more to stop the Harbadment: "What happens with saying" remove your hand from my hair? "
Here's a look at the last time Maher thought he could make a social outreach, and Ice Cube showing Maher what it's like to be really "The smartest guy in the room":
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