“It was so needlessly misleading,” the comedian said about the New Yorker piece that exposed fabricated and exaggerated stories in his stand-up routines.
The comedian is no longer a shoo-in for the hosting gig following a New Yorker report that found inconsistencies in several of his routines.
“That’s what we do,” Goldberg said on “The View” Monday. “We tell stories, and then we embellish them.”
In this week's Culture Catchall, we're talking VMAs, Hasan Minhaj's fake Anthrax story and Drew Barrymore's fall from grace.
The former "Patriot Act" host told The New Yorker that his stories still contained an "emotional truth."
"I felt like I won the lottery," the former president recalled in an interview with Hasan Minhaj.
Minhaj exposes the “clout-chasing sociopaths” trying to get your dough.
The "Daily Show" guest host isn’t messing around anymore when it comes to Twitter.
This might be the most memorable description of the right-wing cable host yet.
The "Dilbert" guy saw his fortunes plummet after last week's racist rant — but Minhaj says he knows how to prevent this kind of thing from happening again.