Last night, Hillary Clinton became the first woman to accept the nomination of a major party for President, and Stephen Colbert thought there were two people who’d be especially grateful to hear it: Josephine Henley and Abitha Whitmore, female delegates to the Second Continental Congress. And who better to play them than Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson, the stars of “Broad City” and proud Hillary campaigners?
Sarah Silverman’s Twitter account was hacked by the international hacktivist group, Anonymous, after the comedian called the “Bernie-or-Bust” supporters “ridiculous” at the Democratic National Convention on Monday.
Bill Clinton’s sentimental paean to his wife Hillary Clinton at this week’s Democratic Convention in Philadelphia sent me back to Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust June 20, 2002 dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria at which then New York Senator Clinton was to have been the keynote speaker.
It’s been a hot, hot, hot July and Jean Shafiroff—an indefatigable and active philanthropist —has been shuttling between New York [a July 14 Bastille Day Luncheon she hosted at Le Cirque] and a roster of Hamptons’ events including the July 9th Dog Days of Summer Party at aado in Sag Harbor where 12 dog adoptees found forever homes, and the July 18 Southampton’s Animal Foundation’s 7th Annual Unconditional Love Gala attended—by among others—board member Georgina Bloomberg, Southampton Mayor Mark Epley U.S. Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, John Catsimatidis, Jill Rappaport, and—supporters-honorary chairs Bloomberg Philanthropies, ** Ferguson Cohen,** LLP and** Stifel Financial** Corp.
Anthony Weiner just exchanged a war of words with Donald Trump Jr., and was on the losing end of the tête-à-tête.