The Fox News personality, who has been accused of trafficking in racist tropes, downplayed reports that the Buffalo shooter was racially motivated.
Johnny Depp's lawyer, Camille Vasquez, didn't go easy on Heard, confronting her over a failure to donate to charity.
It is unclear if the billionaire who wants to take over Twitter was talking about November's midterm elections or the 2024 presidential election.
Some commentators have suggested that the booing of William at a soccer match forms part of a wider historical criticism of "the establishment" by Liverpool residents, not a personal attack.
"I suppose my only regret or surprise was obviously the reveal was spoiled," said Fox Entertainment executive Rob Wade.
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