However, she finally answered it during a chat with director Aaron Sorkin for the New York Times , admitting she had given it a lot of thought and had finally decided what she wanted to say. In addition, Farrow also revealed that his relationship with his estranged father, Woody Allen , is deeply complicated. But Gerwig sidestepped taking a firm position, saying she needed more time to consider the issue.
Steve had gone up to Weinstein, 65, earlier in the evening and asked him to take a photo, but Weinstein declined, a restaurant manager told TMZ . A civic-minded citizen walked up to Weinstein, and blasted him, saying: You're such a piece of shi* for what you did to these women.
Trump's legal team is preparing for a potential interview with Mueller and is in preliminary discussions with his office on the parameters, according to a person familiar with the matter. He called the allegations of collusion with Russian Federation and any possible wrongdoing by his campaign "a Democrat hoax" and a "phony cloud" to deflect from Hillary Clinton losing the Electoral College and thus the White House.
USA intelligence agencies have concluded Russian Federation interfered in the election to try to help Mr Trump win. The Post's report cited "two people familiar with the talks". "The risk is that Trump would either incriminate himself, commit perjury, or lie - unless he truly has committed no offense and has nothing to fear from telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth", constitutional lawyer Laurence H.
She added, "You always have the right to change her mind". "Really?", and bemoaned the "impossibly boring" current crop of major political figures, making people more likely to vote for celebrities like Mr Trump or Oprah. She also has almost as much money as Trump. "He thought the reporter said to him, 'Would she make a good president?' And he said, 'Absolutely she would, '" King said.
Del Rey said on Monday, "It's true about the lawsuit". She attests that she offered the band 40 percent of the publishing rights to settle the matter, but that the band "will only accept 100". Two songs may sound similar to the untrained ear, but a musicologist may be able to show that the similarities are trivial or commonplace. Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood are now listed as co-writers for the song, and split royalties with the band.