Entertainment SNL: Trump Calls Into Fox & Friends to Discuss the Devin Nunes Memo

08:30  04 february  2018
08:30  04 february  2018 Source:   tvline.com

House Intel committee could vote on Nunes memo as soon as Monday

  House Intel committee could vote on Nunes memo as soon as Monday The House Intelligence Committee could vote as early as Monday evening to publicly release the Republican memo alleging abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Load Error The committee, which has posted a business meeting for 5 p.m. ET, has not yet said if it plans to vote Monday to release the memo spearheaded by Chairman Devin Nunes. A vote was expected as soon as this week. The meeting is scheduled for "consideration of pending committee business and other matters." A committee spokesman did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Alec Baldwin made his first “ SNL ” appearance in 2018 to play Trump , touting his State of the Union address and Devin Nunes ’ memo about the FBI. Phil Hornshaw | Last Updated: February 3, 2018 @ 9:22 PM. “ SNL ” parodied with Fox News’ “ Fox & Friends ” morning show

Alec Baldwin made his first " SNL " appearance in 2018 to play Trump , touting his State of the Union address and Devin Nunes ' memo about the “ SNL ” parodied with Fox News’ “ Fox & Friends ” morning show, the one that seems to have the ear, and spur the tweets, of the president.

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Alec Baldwin‘s President Donald Trump returned to Saturday Night Live this weekend, calling into Fox & Friends amid his “very busy” morning.

After co-hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade thanked the “big guy” for taking time out of his busy schedule — which included a P90X workout involving an egg McMuffin — Trump began boasting about his State of the Union ratings.

“I’m saving the economy, destroying ISIS, and right now getting my daily Intelligence briefing… from you guys,” he said. “Thanks so much. Your show is so great. Yuuuge ratings! Of course, not as big as the ratings for my State of the Union speech, which was watched by 10 billion people including all of China. Now they say there’s only seven billion people on Earth, so where [do] the other three billion people come from? Illegals? I don’t know.”

Ex-CIA chief Brennan blasts Republicans over intel memo

  Ex-CIA chief Brennan blasts Republicans over intel memo Former CIA Director John Brennan is calling out Republicans for "reckless partisan behavior" over their handling of a secret memo about the FBI's surveillance practices."I had many fights with Congressional Dems over the years on national security matters. But I never witnessed the type of reckless partisan behavior I am now seeing from (Devin) Nunes and House Republicans," Brennan tweeted Thursday morning.

Donald Trump is learning that the hard way, after having recruited bumbling buffoon Devin Nunes to run interference for him in the Nunes has crafted a memo aimed at exonerating Trump , and as it turns out, the memo is such a disaster that it’s actually backed Trump into a no-win corner.

Let’s not mince words: House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes is going to prison. Now Nunes has supposedly written a memo which documents supposed abuses in the Trump -Russia investigation.

After tweeting praise from Ainsley Earhardt, Trump went on to say that Paul Ryan referred to his SOTU address as “better than Martin Luther King’s ‘I Dream of Jeannie‘ speech.” He then spoke out about the Devin Nunes memo, calling it the “greatest memo since the Declaration of Independence,” even though he hadn’t read “either one of them.” He also accused the FBI of being more biased than any other time in history.

Earlier in the sketch, Doocy, Kilmeade and Earhardt spoke via satellite with White House Communications Director Hope Hicks (who may or may not have been Gossip Girl), and were paid a visit by religious leader Louis Farrakhan.

Schiff: Trump doesn’t want to release Dem memo because it 'undermines his claim of vindication' .
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Sunday said President Trump doesn’t want the public to see the “underlying facts” in the Democratic counter-memo because they will undercut his “claim of vindication” in the Russia probe."The president doesn't want you to see these facts from the FISA application because it completely undermines his claim of vindication," Schiff told CBS's "Face the Nation," referring to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court application used to obtain a warrant to spy on a former Trump campaign aide.

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