There's one glaring issue standing in the way of the far-right plot to install Trump as next House speaker.
Neal Katyal also predicted how likely the former president is to break the order.
The late-night host turned Trump's attack on late-night "creeps" into a joke about the former president's adult sons.
The "Inside Politics" anchor exposed the former president's complaint for exactly what it is.
The "Late Show" host used the former president's own words in a very unexpected way.
The order came after the indicted ex-president publicly disparaged one of the law clerks for the judge overseeing his civil fraud trial in New York.
Once folks on social media saw the New York judge’s hammy facial expressions, they immediately started making memes comparing the trial to a sitcom.
Late night shows resumed after a five-month hiatus due to the writers strike, and the former president was none too happy about it.
The co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" couldn't believe the former president's courthouse antics.
“Legally, it’s irrelevant,” Andrew Weissmann said of the argument presented by Trump and his attorneys.