Lindsay Lohan opens up about turning 30 and growing up in Hollywood: "You just have to really take your time with things and find what makes you happy at the end of the day."
See the full interview tomorrow on The View.
"My mom, like many black women, realized early on that they are at the bottom of the totem pole in society. Black women have to fight." Trevor Noah describes his "fearless" mother and the plight of black women. "And so you have to be stronger and on top of that you have to raise men ... and that's what my mother had to do with me."
"Moms are just like superheroes without the capes,” The Daily Show's Trevor Noah applauds his mother for her strength raising him, a mixed race child, in South Africa during apartheid. "What's strange is that it didn't affect me … my mom and dad were so good at creating a reality for me ... your reality is more powerful than what the reality is."
The Daily Show's Trevor Noah says racism should be treated "like a disease": "It's passed down. You teach it to your children. It grows generation to generation. If we treat it like a disease, we wouldn't shun people ... Do you want them to change, or do you want to maintain the higher ground?"
TRUMP UNLEASHED! The co-hosts and D.L. Hughley weigh in on President Donald J. Trump's Thursday press conference and all of its wildest moments.
Joy Behar: "As a comedian, I felt sorry for him — It was like he was bombing for 77 minutes!"