Entertainment After Playing James Comey In Showtime Mini, Jeff Daniels Sums Up President Donald Trump In Song: ‘The Devil In Disguise’
President Donald Trump welcomes high school football players on stage at rally who carried thin blue/red flags
President Trump brought the Little Miami High School football players who carried police and fire support flags on stage at a rally outside Toledo.Trump introduced the two students, cornerback Brady Williams and linebacker Jared Bentley, by talking about the need to support police officers, according to a C-SPAN video of the Monday rally.
After playing ex-FBI chiefopposite Brendan Gleeson’s in the two part The Comey Rule that brought huge ratings for Showtime, squared time to write “Trumpty Dumpty Blues,” a song he wrote and performs about the polarizing U.S. president.
If you thought the miniseries was critical of Trump, listen to this:
Daniels was moved to write the song in answer to the following Trump tweet:
Holly Hunter suits up as US prosecutor in 'The Comey Rule'
LOS ANGELES — Holly Hunter has been entrusted with playing an array of real-world women, from tennis great Billie Jean King to a cheerleading mom gone astray to her latest role, a federal prosecutor caught in the maw of politics. In Showtime’s “The Comey Rule,” the Oscar-winning actor ("The Piano") was cast as Sally Yates, whose decadeslong career imploded along with that of FBI director James Comey and others serving in the Trump administration. For Hunter, the project’s main draw was playing Yates, “who has enormous integrity, and brought an incredible positive, ethical energy and intellect to the Justice Department," she said. The two-part drama debuts 9 p.m.
Something significant did happen to him, Mr. President. He’s in Showtime’s top multi platform debut ever. You can watch it On Demand. In the meantime, feel free to sing along to Trumpty Dumpty Blues @
— Jeff Daniels (@Jeff_Daniels)
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