michael ian black
The request sparked a wave of anger on Twitter.
Cher, Bette Midler, Seth MacFarlane and Mia Farrow were among those to torch Trump.
In his apology last fall, the comedian said that he would “step back and take a long time to listen.”
The “Rick and Morty” co-creator apologized for the 2009 video and has deleted his Twitter account.
"The only thing we seem to know for sure about her, based on their infrequent public appearances, is ... she hates him," Black tweeted.
Comedian Michael Ian Black thinks we should focus on gender roles in the wake of Wednesday's mass shooting.
Michael Ian Black does not hold back.
The bizarro world of Camp Firewood is somehow hilariously relatable to our current time.
"I'm going to be furious if my kids have a better life than me." -- Michael Ian Black