What would Freud say?
The third wife of Donald Trump also says she likes “Empire.”
“The creative talents behind ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ and ‘Empire’ have both been outspoken when it comes to President Trump,” the Times noted.
Shonda Rhimes, executive producer of “Murder” on ABC called Trump a “hypocrite” for his alleged disrespect for an African-American Army widow while also attacking NFL players for protesting the national anthem over racial-justice issues, the Times added, and Lee Daniels, creator of Fox’s “Empire,” meanwhile, once said that Trump’s presidency is a “reflection of who we are. He is our karma.”
When asked what pop culture moment in 2017 best reflected Year One of the Trump presidency? Times reporter Matt Flegenheimer said: “Gotta be covfefe! It was just remarkable: Trump is midtweet, as ever, and he trails off while discussing … covfefe. There was this sort of simultaneous concern and wonder: Is this how the world ends? Did his lawyers tackle him?”
The executive producer of “How to Get Away With Murder,” Shonda Rhimes, called President Trump a “hypocrite” for his alleged disrespect for an African-American Army widow while also attacking NFL players for protesting the national anthem over racial-justice issues.
— RogerF1953 (@RogerF1953) December 26, 2017
Marry the Hit Man? https://t.co/JQ6NCN754L
— Norm Clark #ImpeachTrump (@Normsmusic) December 26, 2017
Irony is wasted on the stupid. -Oscar Wilde
Melania Trump names ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ as her favorite TV show. https://t.co/SYEL2YQGle
— Commentary/Views (@essenviews) December 26, 2017
I would think, “how to get away with fleecing the country” would be more apropos
— Jan Erickson (@Mistress_Jan) December 26, 2017