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Watch Stephen Colbert And Jon Stewart Try To Give Trump 'Equal Time'
10 October 2017, 06:24 | Myron Mathis
'What the f*ck is wrong with this guy?': Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert rail against 'sociopath' Trump
When it was Stewart's turn to say something positive, he ran into a bit of trouble coming up with exactly what to say.
Last week the New York Times published an explosive article detailing decades of sexual harassment claims against Weinstein, who has since been fired from his company, "forcing them to change the name of The Weinstein Company, to something more positive like Asbestos Child Slapper, Inc.", Colbert joked.
Trump challenges Rex Tillerson to IQ test
Tillerson's public pushback seemed to calm the waters. "I think I'm actually strengthening authority". Last week Mr Tillerson called a news conference to deny reports that he was considering quitting.
Braun Strowman Added to The Miz's Team at WWE TLC
As The Miz , Curtis Axel, and The Bar were laughing at the expense of their rivals, Roman Reigns came out on the stage. The formidable trio then Triple Powerbombed Strowman through the announcers table.
Maharashtra Cuts VAT On Petrol, Diesel Prices
Hours after the Gujarat government announced the tax cut, Devendra Fadnavis government also came out with tax reduction on fuel. As a result of the slash in the state taxes, the price of petrol and diesel will get reduced by Rs 2 and Re 1 respectively.
Fake Adblock Plus add-on spotted in Google Chrome
SwiftOnSecurity - an anonymous cybersecurity personality - was the first to spot the fake Chrome extension. He said the quality ad-blocking third parties should not have a problem with Google's own ad blocker.
Sensex up in Opening Trade, Nifty Above 10000
Sectoral indices took strength from consumer durables, FMCG, healthcare and auto stocks, trading higher by up to 2.12 per cent. The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) was trading at 101.88 points, or 0.32 per cent higher, during the afternoon session.