Bill maher and arianna huffington dating

Up close, she looks like a glamorous mosquito, five feet and six inches of wiry limbs and buzzing energy wrapped tightly in colorful shift dresses by Alexander Mc Queen or Sandro — today a short-sleeve royal-blue number with leather accents, a rhinestone necklace, and black-and-beige stilettos.

(“President Trump doesn’t like frump,” a similarly done-up Omarosa Manigault, the contestant turned White House staffer, explained recently in the East Room.) Conway had settled down to chat with me one day in mid-February as she skimmed some notes and readied herself for a TV appearance, which she claimed would not be treated as an opportunity to get her opinions through to the president, despite the “audience of one” theory that many have used to explain the cable hits she and other members of the administration so often make.

’ I’m like, Once in a while, somebody will come up to me in the aisle and they just sort of hasten their gait and say, ‘You oughtta be ashamed of yourself! It’s with Joe.” She deepened her voice to mimic his: “ ‘Ma’am? ’ ” (Coulter and the Mercer family did not respond to multiple requests for comment.) Blueberry knows that she has had a breakout year.

That is, the functional First Lady of the United States.

But rather than buckling, she absorbed all of it, coming out the other side so aware of how the world perceives her that she could probably write this article herself.

Caricatures from that time, when hardly anyone believed Trump could defy the polls and win, depicted her wielding everything from a whip to a shock collar to tame her unruly candidate.

Arianna Huffington was on the panel, and Bill said something to the effect of, “I thought ‘Lean In’ meant, you know, lean in so I can show you my t*ts.” Not cool, Bill. Then today, over at, ironically enough, The Huffington Post, there’s a story about Terrence Howard doing a love scene with Oprah for Lee Daniels’ upcoming film “The Butler.” Ok, first of all, the idea of anyone doing a love scene with Oprah just seems wrong. Not that she’s a god, but, well, she’s kind of a goddess in her own way. Here’s Howard’s exact quote: “To be able to make out with Oprah, to have love scenes with her and those tig ol’ bitties — she’s such a lovely and voluptuous woman. She’s very, very, very beautiful, and that was wonderful.” When TMZ approached Howard on the street Friday, Howard said of the love scenes, “She’s just a beautiful woman, and to be able to get near her like that and to, you know, to be able to touch the queen, and to be able to love the queen and be loved by the queen — there’s nothing better than that.” His handler nudged him to keep walking.

“The Butler” doesn’t have a release date yet, but it’s expected to hit theaters sometime this year.

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