Washington- The White House responded Tuesday to actor Johnny Depp’s comments alluding to assassinating President Donald Trump, calling for Americans to boycott the actor and his films.

In another press conferance where cameras and all recording devices were not allowed, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer spoke to the actor’s disgusting comments.

“President Trump has usually condemned violence, and it’s sad that others like Johnny Depp have not followed his lead,” Spicer told Fox News, “I hope that some of Mr. Depp’s liberal colleagues will speak out against this type of rhetoric just as they did when Ted Nugent said all that silly stuff about President Obama. The American people can show their displeasure with their wallets and pocketbooks as well. Mr. Depp is playing in some Spiderman movie coming out. I don’t know he plays Batman or something in it and I would urge all Americans to boycott this film.”

At the Glastonbury Festival in the United Kingdom on Thursday, Depp asked an onlooking crowd: “When was the last time an actor assassinated a President?”

The question came after Depp brought up the topic of Trump.
“Can we bring Trump here?” he asked.

The crowd booed and roared, “No!”

“I think he needs help,” Depp said, as the crowd laughed.

The rhetorical query appeared to be a reference to John Wilkes Booth, the actor who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln in 1865.

The Secret Service is aware of Depp’s comment, Secret Service staff assistant Shawn Holtzclaw told Fox News.

The Secret Service also said in a statement,”For security reasons, we cannot discuss specifically nor in general terms the means and methods of how we perform our protective responsibilities.”
The actor apologized for his remarks Friday in a statement to People magazine.

President Trump was reportedly furious about the remark and commented on it in his most recent Twitter tirade.

“I used to like Johnny Depp”, Trump Tweeted,”now I will never be able to watch one of his Star Wars Movies again, sad.”

Depp’s new film, “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”, premieres in theaters July 5th.


President Trump and the White House staff have once again taken steps to quell fake news and the biased reporting of CNN and other liberal news outlets. TV cameras and other recording devices have been banned from all White House press briefings until further notice.

Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is said to be the reason for the press room ban. In an interview earlier today with Fox anchor and former soft core porn actress Ainsley Earhardt , Huckabee-Sanders said that she just doesn’t like the way the cameras make her look like a big fat troll.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders went on to say, “I really think that the liberal media has some kind of evil magic spell filter on the cameras in there. I mean, I don’t look like a big fat hippie. I’m beautiful”. Ainsley Earhardt agreed that Mrs. Huckabee-Sanders is indeed beautiful, but Huckabee-Sanders was holding a large knife at the time.

President Trump refused to confirm or deny the rumor, but speaking to Fox News from his morning round of golf said, “It is very unfair the way the liberal establishment media has made my friend Sarah look bad by always doing close ups on her face. I asked Melania to take her shopping and get some makeup and maybe some new dresses that show off a little more leg. It’s going to be great. We will turn Sarah into a major babe.”

White House Senior Press Secretary Sean Spicer refused to comment but did start giggling when asked for an alternate explanation of the ban.

More on this story as it develops.


President Obama is the latest to weigh in on the shooting in Alexandria VA this morning that injured 5, including Congressman Steve Scalise and the shooter, James T. Hodgkinson, who later died from his injuries.

“We may not be able to save everyone from gun violence,” Obama told reporters from the deck of his taxpayer funded luxury yacht,” but what we can do is provide more safe spaces for disturbed patriots who live in fear.”

Obama then went on to comment on how Hodgkinson must have felt threatened by a group of men holding bats and compared the incident to the shooting of Trevon Martin by George Zimmerman. Zimmerman also “stood his ground”
because he allegedly felt threatened by Martin.

“We saw it before in the Trevon Martin case,” Obama continued, all Trevon had was a bottle of tea and a bag of candy. These Congressmen were all swinging baseball bats at the shooter. What he did was wrong but you can see why he would want to stand his ground.”

Aides to Mr. Scalise said Wednesday morning that had undergone surgery at MedStar Washington Hospital Center and was in stable condition. The police said a total of five people had been transported to hospitals.


Actor Adam West, famous for his straight-faced portrayal of the Caped Crusader in the 1960s “Batman” TV series, has died at 88, his family said Saturday on social media.

West died Friday night “after a short but brave battle with leukemia and an apparent overdose on his medical marijuana,” the family statement on Facebook said.

West played the superhero straight for kids and funny for adults. He initially chaffed at being typecast after “Batman” went off the air after three seasons, but in later years admitted he was pleased to have had a role in kicking off a big-budget film franchise by showing the character’s wide appeal.

West was married three times, and had six children. He had homes in Los Angeles and Palm Springs, but he and his wife, Marcelle, spent most of their time at their ranch near Sun Valley, Idaho.