‘President Jon Stewart’ Taunts Trump With Own Ranting Resignation From Actors Union

Stormy Daniels Will Guest On Michael Cohen’s Podcast

Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, has been doing a podcast since last September, and his show on Monday will feature an especially notable guest: adult film actress Stormy Daniels.

PodcastOne, the LiveXLive Media subsidiary and podcast platform, announced that Daniels will have a conversation with Cohen, what is billed as their “first interaction ever.”

Daniels’ story was central to one aspect of Cohen’s legal troubles. In 2018, he pled guilty to tax evasion and campaign finance violations, the latter stemming from the payment of $130,000 in hush money to Daniels in exchange for a non disclosure agreement. Daniels claimed that she had an affair with Trump on 2006, but Trump has denied it.

Cohen, who has since become a vocal Trump critic, was released from prison to home confinement last year due to fears about the spread of Covid-19. He was sent back to prison for a time last summer, but a federal judge ordered him re-released, concluding that his re-incarceration was in retaliation for Cohen’s plans to publish an unflattering book about Trump.

The podcast, Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen, will air at 9 PM PT and will be available on the platform as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify Podcasts and Sticher. Cohen’s past guests have included Ben Stiller and Rosie O’Donnell.


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Lusaka Misses its Deadline to Repay Debt

Zambia skipped a $56.1m coupon payment on January 30 on its Eurobond maturing in 2027, the finance ministry confirmed on Sunday. Zambia became Africa’s first pandemic-era sovereign to default after it missed a $42.5m Eurobond coupon payment in November. Zambia warned in October that it wouldn’t be able to meet obligations on foreign commercial debt unless creditors provided it with relief while the government worked to restructure its loans.

‘Gangster Capitalism’: C13Originals Sets Jerry Falwell Jr. Story For Season 3 Of Podcast Series

EXCLUSIVE: The story of the rise and fall of Jerry Falwell Jr. is to be the subject of season three of popular documentary podcast series Gangster Capitalism.

The franchise, produced by Entercom-owned C13Originals, has previously covered the NRA and the college admissions scandal. It will launch later this spring.

It will cover the sex, politics and religion of former Liberty University President Falwell Jr., who resigned from the university after it emerged that he had allegedly regularly watched his wife have sex with another man – one that he had given investment money in a hotel scheme.

The investigative docuseries will feature more than 30 exclusive interviews from current and former students, staff, faculty, administration, and insiders, as well as authors, historians, journalists, and theologians, some going on the record for the first time to reveal “explosive” and “revealing” new stories and information.

The first season of the show, which looked at how the college admissions scandal exposed a slew of Hollywood celebrities and Fortune 500 CEOs, was optioned by Entertainment 360 for an anthology TV series.

C13Originals is the company behind podcasts including It Was Said, Relative Unknown, Root of Evil, Once Upon a Time… in the Valley and upcoming series One Click with Elle Fanning.

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South Sudan is Looking for Alternative Ways to Kickstart the Economy

Years of a vicious civil war have taken their toll on the country. Oil production is not what it used to be, in the Equatoria region, some farmers say coffee is the answer. But they face many hurdles to compete against big, more established coffee producers across the continent, such as Kenya, Ethiopia, or Rwanda. Can coffee really be the fix South Sudan so desperately needs?

Lockheed Martin inks pact with HAL to explore industrial opportunities

U.S. defence major Lockheed Martin on Friday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) to explore industrial opportunities.

“We are excited to explore potential opportunities with HAL, one of the largest aerospace companies in Asia,” said Vice President of Business Development Integrated Fighter Group, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, J R McDonald.

HAL CMD R Madhavan said his company was looking forward to working with Lockheed Martin to continue addressing domestic and international market needs in the aerospace and defence sector.

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‘President Jon Stewart’ Taunts Trump With Own Ranting Resignation From Actors Union

Jon Stewart showed spoof solidarity with Donald Trump after the former president sent a ranting letter resigning from the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

Trump, who was facing expulsion from the union for inciting the deadly U.S. Capitol riot, boasted in the letter released Thursday about his claimed impact on the entertainment industry. He also whined the union had “done nothing for me.” He signed it: “President Donald Trump.”

Stewart responded with his own mock declaration.

“I too, renounce SAG-AFTRA!!!” the comedian tweeted.

“You have let me down as well, done nothing…I will no longer abide your gross abdication of…oh wait…I’m just shitty at acting…never mind,” he added.

He signed the post: “President Jon Stewart.”

It was just one of many mocking responses to Trump’s letter: