In the credit sequence, Trump’s name will air after that of “Apprentice” creator Mark Burnett and before Schwarzenegger, who is also an exec producer of the new incarnation.
I wonder if it will read Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and President Donald Trump?
The larger issue for MGM, NBC, and the White House is the payment that Trump will receive for the series. It’s unclear what his per-episode fee is, but it is likely to be in the low five-figures, at minimum.
Leading the pack is Max, which takes top spot for another year, with Bono, after the U2 frontman, a close second. A more regal sounding Charlie is the third most popular name among the nation’s 8.5 million dogs.
Baylor introduced their new head coach at a celebratory press conference on Wednesday. The next day, it was reported Art Briles is going to sue three school regents and a vice president for libel and slander. I wonder if Briles tried to time the announcement of his lawsuit, and if it had anything to do with his son, a current assistant, not coming back because of the new head coach, which had to be a foregone conclusion.
The death of local attorney Brian Loncar got me to thinking . . . when local attorney R.A. Gabrial dies, he’s going to get a lot of flowers . . . but guess what, he’s already dead . . . he died by falling off a mountain.