But we’ll take it.Want more? Then Baratunde Thurston—host of the new podcast How to Citizen—joins Molly for a frank discussion about what led to Trumpism, and how we avoid falling for it again. Quoting Masha Gessen, she says: “it's really important that the president doesn't look like he's doing that [taking retribution against Trump], because democratic norms are so important. People need to be of good cheer. “I’m wondering how much it costs to get him to sign your boobs,” Molly says.“Free—if you stop at the churro bar,” Rick answers.“There's going to be an omelet station for sure,” Molly counters. Guests include Cory Booker, Jim Acosta, and more. I think [showrunner] Dave [Mandel] and I have talked about it.” Mandel adds, “We left just enough sort of like there's some time jumps in there that you could definitely—”“Go back into,” Dreyfus offers.“Yeah. That, and the fact that the military needs to support said coup and they won’t. Stream and organize your podcasts with our free app. Jussi Solja 'Putting agency superpowers to good use - helping brands to reinvent themselves'. Head to newabnormal.thedailybeast.com to join now. “It's amazing. On the one hand, losing is the thing that is the worst thing to do [in his mind]. In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview the billion-streamed, multi-platinum songwriter and producer Martin Jensen, who's topping off a crazy year as an X-Factor judge. And I wake up in the morning, we won the popular vote and we're going to win the electoral college. “They thrive on instability. With work that spans print, film curation, exhibition concepts and events, she believes that meaningful narratives are key. Head to newabnormal.thedailybeast.com to join now. Well, the Republican courts are probably willing to allow Trump to get as many votes counted as he needs in order to make up any perceived gap that he has. "The cast did a similar thing in advance of the general election. Instead, we have to narrate the experience of the people who've gone through Trumpism.” Which is another way of saying this is—hopefully, please God—almost over.Want more? Plus! Can Dems Keep It Together Long Enough to Beat McConnell? ‎In this episode of THE NEW ABNORMAL, Republican lawyer George Conway reveals to Rick Wilson and Molly-Jong-Fast what irks him the most about Donald Trump, and how he’s managed to troll the president so hard, so well. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. So it was very hard to out-stupid. (Whose readership combined those who got what was going on, along with those who later watched Nathan Barley and hoped their neighbours were laughing with them, not at them. Res has an opinion on that, too. Her uncle Donald? “I have really been grappling with whether to do this for so long since Trump announced that he was running,” she told Molly Jong-Fast. “Fuck those fuckers,” she says, before a whole bunch of stuff we had to bleep out. The best Ivanka Trump can hope for, Molly Jong-Fast says, is a scuzzy reality show, like her dad. The gang ponders what constitutes a giant raft of horseshit. So she’s settling into a new little palace in Miami. Christian explains that while it's important that a vision for the future is believable, it should also be desirable - and he also outlines  six evidence-based ways to look after your mental health during a lockdown. In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal podcast, I interview Mark Vernon, a psychodynamic psychotherapist, writer and broadcaster, who has a keen interest in spirituality and the inner life. The lives we lead today due to the coronavirus are like nothing any of us could have imagined a … Julia-Louis Dreyfus: We’ve ‘Talked About’ Making More ‘Veep’. TEASER: Masha Gessen: The Problem Is Not Russian Interference. In this episode, we discuss her thinking on topics including post-truth, autonomy, the Noble Lie, filter-bubbles and echo chambers, public opinion and media narratives, heuristics vs critical thinking; alongside the lessons of today that we can learn from philosophers ranging from Rousseau to Kant to Schopenhaur to  Derrida. And famed journalism professor Jay Rosen talks about the many schisms in the Murdoch media empire. And Trumpists scramble to find new jobs. He’s a threat to the country’s entire political structure, literally, according to two academics who have studied American democracy throughout history and wrote a whole book on the topic. But don’t expect the president to really talk up his Republican, MAGA AF buds, George Conway says. Or Both? And then Trump comes out and tweets about it and says, little Marco was never with me. Become a Beast Inside member to enjoy a limited-run series of bonus interviews from The New Abnormal. Jack also explains what simplicity, streamlining and reductive thinking brings to the design process, and the vital requirement of having a healthy distrust for the status quo. Become a Beast Inside member to enjoy a limited-run series of bonus interviews from The New Abnormal. He believes it might even be a so-called “superhuman vaccine… meaning it’s even more powerful than the typical human response,” he tells Molly. Trump Isn’t Playing 3-D Chess. It’s That We Let It In. 16 of The New Abnormal, former DOJ prosecutor Glenn Kirschner takes down Bill Barr. Listen closely, there’s a moment when he and Molly are almost the victims of a horror movie that only parents would find scary.Want more? Remember in 2000, where Gore was trying to make up a gap, right? The global pandemic put a stop to that - but he hasn't sat around watching TV all year. TEASER: Former Trump Org VP: He Didn’t Want Black People To Build His Skyscrapers. That one thing. “They may be telling him that [they are], but it is the fake orgasm of coups. That's something. Guests include Cory Booker, Jim Acosta, and more. Rick Wilson chortles, channeling Trump: “Before I fire Fauci, I want a warm up by setting this bucket of kittens on fire.” No, but seriously. Will Trump’s Fake White House Have a Churro Bar? In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Cailin O'Connor, who is an associate professor of logic and philosophy of science at the University of California. Therefore, in this episode we discuss the dynamic CreativeMornings (a movement begun in NYC 'believing in the power of communities' that, every month, sees people gather in over 200 cities across nearly 70 countries), along with her viewpoints on how to run truly catalytic workshops. And when it comes to issues relating to my themes of "hope, community and resilience",  you'll learn why the Finnish ethos of 'talkoot' and 'sisu' are so important... Dermot McPartland 'If we winter this one out, we can summer anywhere', In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Dermot McPartland, Creative Director of Nederlander Studios NYC. “These people always give him credit for doing things like, ‘Oh, look, he didn't poop himself! And I feel like f*****g shit,” Carville tells Molly Jong-Fast and Rick Wilson on the post-election edition of The New Abnormal. And if we can get back to that, if we can get back to a time where you're not thinking about the president every six minutes, I think maybe we can get back to some good old fashioned political satire,” Mandel adds. Over the years he's founded and managed agencies, launched a Finnish hiphop phenomenon, ran the marketing of the biggest classifieds platform in the Middle-East, worked with multiple startups, and headed a global team responsible for Nokia’s flagship products, winning multiple international awards in the process. The media, the banks kept propping him up and protecting him and letting him fail … And so, he gives the people what they want,” political strategist Tim Miller says. Stream or download podcasts and listen to internet radio with … A Daily Beast podcast hosted by Rick Wilson and Molly Jong-Fast. #Obviously, Lauren Razavi 'The Future of Work and the Digital Nomad Community'. Under no circumstance is Trump just blurting out a bunch of… Oh, who are we kidding. The brains behind that activity is my guest, Geoff Glendenning. In Ep. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Khalil Zafar, who is a renowned HR & Strategy Consultant. Which means folks like Ivanka Trump have to GTFO and find themselves new careers. Speaking of the Trump family, Mary Trump joins the crew to discuss her uncle’s electoral loss. Marco Rubio’s parachute pants! Rick explains how Trump’s presidency is like a robot floating through space and Molly gives a new name to his followers. Now the mask is off. In an era where arguments rage about issues ranging from climate change (as the polar ice caps melt and forest fires burn) to the wearing of face masks (as over a million people die of Covid-19), Cailin illuminates the social forces that explain the manipulation of 'false belief' and propaganda, and why we must understand both how that process works and trust the evidence, in order to fight back against misinformation. And, of course, Nietzsche. The end of the Trump administration is like the end of a season finale of the most batshit Netflix show. “I think they need to recognize that playing by the Marquess of Queensberry rules and playing nice” won’t work, Rick says. She may have been hoping to spend her days jet-setting between Davos and Aspen—when she wasn’t mingling with Manhattan’s gentry. It's so awkward,” Rick replies. In this episode of The New Abnormal, Rick and Molly make predictions. I don't think we should be surprised, but the fact that he is not leading and trying to demolish our democracy at the same time and tarnish the reputation of good people like [Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency] Chris Krebs is just an unbelievable trio of evil.” But don’t worry, the senator says on the latest edition of The New Abnormal. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. After hours he’s also a director of the Brixton Pound, and is part of the team planning '81 Acts of Exuberant Defiance' a celebration of 1981’s Brixton Uprising. Oh, and we also disagree on the works of Julien Temple. To conclude, we debate the psychology and philosophy of hope vs optimism. “I think they're purging everybody who's disloyal,” she says. COVID whistleblower Rebekah Jones always thought that having a gun pointed in her face would be terrifying. Finally, Richard outlines a strategic approach based on 'scenario worlds or a preferred future'... Amy Daroukakis 'Using signals and experiences to develop innovative concepts'. Head to newabnormal.thedailybeast.com to join now. A Daily Beast podcast hosted by Rick Wilson and Molly Jong-Fast. Trump is headed to Georgia this week, where there’s about to be a pair of special elections to decide the balance of the senate. But standing in line to vote early this fall, enough was enough. The Future Laboratory have built a reputation for being incredibly dynamic, and this episode reflects on their success. Guests include Cory Booker, Jim Acosta, and more. The founder of CreativeMornings/Edinburgh, she's also a certified Design Sprint coach, an award-winning UX designer, produces awareness campaign @diabetesbydesign and is a coach at Tribe Women. Sharon Stone doesn’t trust Trump one bit. Guests include Cory Booker, Jim Acosta, and more. In this episode, we discuss her career and her viewpoints across a wide range of social / cultural issues that have been impacted (or illuminated) by C19; such as inequality, wellbeing, compassion, mindfulness and indeed why Covid has been such a learning opportunity. Jack Godfrey Wood 'Making what's next: why great design is an engine of hope'. Subscribe through Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google, YouTube. But she says when the Florida state police raided her home and held a gun inches from her face after she told them her two children were present, she felt “nothing.” She even let them enter peacefully, she says. “It says something about our political pessimism in the era of Trump that everyone's depressed about this outcome. Plus! Trump Didn’t Poop Himself! “Look, this is the biggest election in my lifetime, before my lifetime. Therefore, in this episode, we discuss his viewpoints on a wide range of issues relating to the future of work, with a particular focus on the reinvention of leadership, emerging technology, upskilling, cultural eloquence, organisational renewal, and the freelance revolution. Finally, we debate an activist manifesto based around a belief that 'when hope dies, action begins'. Finally, he's also a visiting lecturer at both Imperial College Business School and London Business School, co-founder of 'Thinking Allowed' and one of the people behind Sci-Fi nights at the Royal College Of Art. So we discuss a range of insights linked to the above, why he thinks there's a rather odd 'in-built animosity between many agencies and their clients' and why that led to the highly unusual and dynamic approach taken by The Sexy Beast. And that ain’t Ivanka. This is one of my favourite subjects, and so I hope you enjoy listening to Christian as much as I did. Someone like [New York Jets owner and ambassador to the UK] Woody Johnson, who's given millions and millions of dollars to Trump and who has been a real Republican piece of shit, will get forgiven because he can donate and donate, right? In the meantime—this weekend, in fact—the ‘Veep’ cast is getting back together to recreate one of the craziest, most prescient episodes of the show. day. The Daily Beast Guests include Cory Booker, Jim Acosta, and more. At the start of lockdown, he launched a project called 'Me, Myself, Online' that saw him stream sets from stunning locations, solo in conjunction with Twitch and Revolut. With a background in startups and agency design, she founded Korero Studio - a design collective that brings together “plug-and-play” talent to deliver Design Sprints, an innovation methodology to help solve tricky business problems and bring ideas to life in just five days. In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Neil Boorman, Head of Creative Lab Europe at TikTok. And as soon as I tweeted about it, and there was a big press reaction, they deleted it. Listen to A NORMAL PODCAST by an abnormal father, husband and business bloke episodes free, on demand. But Trump apparently never forgot about it, Stiller tells Molly Jong-Fast, Rick Wilson, and Matt Wilstein in the latest episode of The New Abnormal. In it, The Beast’s Kevin Fallon noted, protesters are planted [who] “alternately chant to ‘count every vote’ and ‘stop counting the votes’ as new information trickles in, changing their message based on which strategy would be more advantageous to them.” Sound familiar? In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Chris Sanderson, co-founder of The Future Laboratory who are one of the world's most renowned futures consultancies. Guests include Cory Booker, Jim Acosta, and more. The two think Trump pardoning himself is more likely, but there’s a big caveat to that. “It's better for him and better for his ego if they lose.”Trump has a problem, George explains to Molly-Jong Fast and Rick Wilson on the latest episode of The New Abnormal. Yay! “It was one of those many Trump's speeches where you saw on Twitter for the first 15 minutes people were like, ‘sometimes Trump can stick to the teleprompter’; ‘teleprompter Trump, bravo for just, like, reading the words.” And then, of course, things went off the rails. So, as you can no doubt imagine, I found it fascinating to talk with Mark about his thinking on subjects ranging from Plato to Freud to Blake to Augustine; and on issues ranging from  friendship to religion to generational angst  to Pandora's Box. McConnell's honor! In this fascinating episode, we discuss his thinking around post-traumatic growth, social polarisation, evidencing compassion, why hope isn't mere wishful thinking - it 's a valuable tool, and why optimism can be dangerous during a pandemic. I'm increasingly concerned about my membership of the former.) The ex-Creative Director of the School of Communication at London College of Fashion and a graduate of Central St Martins, she's also been a journalist of over 30 years, including being Fashion Editor of the Sunday Times. 2016, to be exact. She therefore reports on topics at the intersection of technology, business, policy and human behaviour - and has also spent years delivering talks and appearing on panels about big tech, surveillance, blockchain, internet culture etc, alongside her past work with those inc Google, The Guardian, and Inverse. So, in this episode we discuss his dynamic career, the day to day complications of being a mega-star DJ vs 'normal life' and how he's related to the issues of 'hope, community and resilience' in 2020. ... Get new episodes every Monday in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher… And Kathy Griffin stops by to talk about what it’s like to be blasted by Trumpist cancel culture and accused of cyber terrorism. Kathleen's main areas of research are continental philosophy, philosophy of the emotions, and aesthetics. Plus! Alec Baldwin has given serious thought about running for office. He's an award-winning brand and communications strategist re: some of the world's top advertisers inc Hershey, Nike, Levi's, Coca Cola, Samsung, Best Buy, and Bank of America. “It is getting more and more clear that there's no other paths. It requires a baseline of normalcy. And then we have an entire party held hostage by the president's moods.” Klobuchar laughs in response: “Exactly. But it's just going to have a harder time finding people.” But don’t throw out your masks or anything, he warns. He teaches at The Idler Academy and also leads workshops and gives talks re: 'Ancient Greek Philosophy and How to See Spiritually'. He was very, very humanistic, very, and he would always say things to me,” he said. Head to newabnormal.thedailybeast.com to join now. Well, two. Finally, I have to point out that, in 2020, he's now amassed over 3.5 billion streams. Alex also discusses the dynamic @diabetesbydesign which raises awareness and dispels misconceptions surrounding T1D -  informing, inspiring and igniting new conversations around this often misunderstood disease. How Biden can prevent the Hell that is a Trump 2024 campaign and Mike Pompeo is sketchy as fuck—and not just because he’s throwing a 900-person holiday party.Want more? But she’s still pissed—like, beyond pissed—at the pollsters who gave so many false hope. In this episode, we discuss a wide range of topics inc numerous brand issues/problems that he's encountered along the way, how he views contemporary socio/political realities impacting brands, and the type of strategic thinking that the successful businesses of tomorrow should consider regarding the Great Reset... Geoff Glendenning 'Why one of the greatest-ever launches was basically two-fingers to the industry'. Plus! They raise the bar on stupidity on a daily basis. Guests include Cory Booker, Jim Acosta, and more. His books (which have appeared in translation around the world) cover subjects from friendship and belief, to wellbeing and love, and his latest one is 'A Secret History of Christianity'. That is exactly what's happening.”“Even when presidents have lost elections,” the senator adds, “they have led, they have had to deal with last-minute crises. And! Charlie Waterhouse 'Change or Die: Rebel for Life'. But His AG Still Might. (Which essentially involves 'getting great people in a room for five days' in order to create catalytic brand / product / service / comms concepts.) Seems like it was great timing. “Biden will be president January 20. Become a Beast Inside member to enjoy a limited-run series of bonus interviews from The New Abnormal. The New Abnormal is a podcast to expand those conversations, and to connect Americans with smart people who are both covering this pandemic and engaged in finding solutions to the dangers and challenges we face because of it. Become a Beast Inside member to enjoy a limited-run series of bonus interviews from The New Abnormal. Guests include Cory Booker, Jim Acosta, and more. Will Donald try to smuggle any Oval Office tchotchkes in his pants? His work output is idiosyncratic, diverse and multidisciplinary - including experience design, activation, content, social, ads, PR and experiential. Become a Beast Inside member to enjoy a limited-run series of bonus interviews from The New Abnormal. So...in this episode, we discuss how Felix got into the music industry, key events along the way, his artistic inspirations, current producer activity (along with an overview of his label 'Found Frequencies') and future tour plans, which hopefully include an epic New Year's Eve gig in Hong Kong. In this members-only bonus episode of The New Abnormal, Rick and co-host Molly Jong-Fast do a Q&A with producer Jesse Cannon to answer some of these burning questions about the Trump administration and their performance as political commentators (“I got wrong a lot,” says Molly. Ivanka’s BFF: Trump Gave Kids’ Friends Supermodel Nicknames. In doing so, she explains the crucial importance of transparency and accountability, alongside her viewpoints on issues such as confirmation bias i.e. Head to newabnormal.thedailybeast.com to join now. The catalytic results changed an industry, and in this podcast he explains in detail why he took this approach, the tactics that he used, and how he views the marketing landscape in 2020. Plus! Don’t forget the rallies, either! Rick and Molly also discuss why Biden’s ‘“boring” Cabinet picks (unlike Trump’s) will piss off Mitch McConnell: “He's picking people who are not these enormously, you know, controversial or dramatic figures. Head to newabnormal.thedailybeast.com to join now. The gods of comedy have heard your prayers—and just might make them come true. She has edited or co-edited several other books on such topics as  German Idealism, aesthetics, ethics, erotic love, non-Western philosophy, and the philosophy of Robert C. Solomon. Explore shows from NPR, Wondery, WNYC, the New York Times, Earwolf, Exactly Right, and more. Nilgin is currently working on her third fashion book and studying for a BA in Creative Writing at Birkbeck. Will Democrats have to drag GSA official Emily Murphy out of her post? In most departments, Tanden says the challenge for Biden is not understanding how the agencies work as they have ample experience of that, it’s trying to work out just how much damage has been done. It'll be here for years. Ric Grenell’s true obsession! It might be a bit tricky, Daily Beast contributor and Hysteria host Erin Gloria Ryan explains. And I want some kind of like media tribunals because a lot of the media establishments created this fiction that is Donald Trump,” Baratunde says.Speaking of media monsters, Rick and Molly has had it with a certain interview formally known as the “Money Honey.”“Maria Bartiromo was once considered a legitimate and serious journalist,” Rick says. Head to newabnormal.thedailybeast.com to join now. In this episode of #TheNew Abnormal, I interview Kathleen Higgins, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas, at Austin. She specialises in strategic design direction and cultural intelligence, based on 25+ years experience in the design industry where her clients ranged from Rolls-Royce to adidas to P&G. They're making noises that sound real, but it's not real,” says Rick. Once, Trump reportedly saw a Black construction contractor working on one of his buildings when he turned to Res and said, “I never want to see that again.” What exactly was that? She's now  travelled to over sixty countries, lived in six and worked across six continents inc North America, the EMEA and APAC. He has a PhD in ancient philosophy, as well as degrees in physics and theology. “I'm still curious to know,” Molly says, “does Trump get dragged out of the White House or does he go to Mar-a-Lago and just forget to come back?”Want more? That “Hallmark feminism where there's absolutely no substance behind any of the things that she's saying”? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. (“If you wrote this in a Hollywood script about a family of presidential grifters, it would be too on the nose,” adds Rick.) President Donald Trump isn’t a threat to American democracy on a metaphorical level. To do so, Geoff utilised his knowledge of, and preference for, leveraging alternative culture with guerilla marketing techniques. Become a Beast Inside member to enjoy a limited-run series of bonus interviews from The New Abnormal. And...he edited/published the satirical fanzine 'Shoreditch Twat'. Molly Jong-Fast explains to Rick Wilson why she got into a brouhaha with the Congresswoman from the First District of QAnon in the latest episode of The New Abnormal, which features presidential transition veteran Neera Tanden of The Center For American Progress and Carl Zimmer of The New York Times, who gets us up to speed on the latest vaccine breakthroughs. Some theories predict VP Mike Pence could assume the presidency for just enough time to pardon Trump. And, of course, I couldn't possibly miss the chance of asking Mark what the ancient Greeks might have thought about a certain Donald Trump... Alex Durussel-Baker 'Design-thinking, design-sprints, and community innovation'. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. How many more Trumpists will declare war on the GOP? Everyone has questions of how it will finally end, including one big one: Will Trump pardon himself before leaving office? President Donald Trump may be following Vladimir Putin’s Autocratic playbook closer than we all realize—and the Russian interference was just the tip of the iceberg. “I want a lot of tribunals, Molly. As for the mighty TikTok, Neil explains why he thinks a platform that has 'honesty, humility and authenticity' at its heart is such a spectacular global success, regarding its ability to connect us all via creativity and joy. You’re going to have to wear a mask because you won't know if the virus is sitting” in your nose. the new abnormal In this episode of The New Abnormal, Lysandra Ohrstrom talks growing up around Ivanka Trump’s creepy dad and NYT’s Astead Wesley decides if … Maybe they’ll get used to being back together. Donald Trump has a long list of titles he’s accused of being: a liar, scammer, and sore loser to name a few. Does Trump Really Want Republicans To Win in Georgia? They're an independent design company who 'drive growth by creating what people love', with a client roster including Audi, Bentley, Diageo, Google, Microsoft, Oxfam and Santander. “They get forgiven because they have billions of dollars—they can float a charity. “It was amazing to see [RNC chair] Ronna McDaniel desperately to explain to Republicans why they need to vote in an election that will decide the balance of the Senate,” Molly remarks. Become a Beast Inside member to enjoy a limited-run series of bonus interviews from The New Abnormal. So...Neil's been at the leading-edge of culture throughout his career, and in this episode discusses a range of contemporary issues that interest and/or appall him in equal measure. why what you believe depends on who you know; and how demonstrably false beliefs persist and spread - despite negative consequences for the people holding them. Ivanka Trump Is Never, Ever Going To Be Forgiven. In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal I interview Richard Watson, Futurist-in-Residence at Judge Business School, Cambridge University. Tune in every Tuesday and Friday. In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Alex Durussel-Baker. Tune in every Tuesday and Friday Bill Barr’s white horse! The New Abnormal is the sixth studio album by American rock band the Strokes, released on April 10, 2020, through Cult and RCA Records.Their first album following Comedown Machine (2013) from seven years prior, it was produced by Rick Rubin and recorded at his Shangri-La studio in Malibu, California, with additional recording taking place at studios in Los Angeles County and Hawaii. The author of five books about various aspects of the future (inc the scenario process), he's blogged on innovation for Fast Company and written for Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies and McKinsey & Co. (Yes, billion.) Listen to The New Abnormal with Molly Jong-Fast & Rick Wilson on Spotify. That’s "an episode from the fifth season of ‘Veep,’ so many years back," Dreyfus says. It's a documentary. (“They've deleted people, [from the tracker], including children. Rick Wilson imagines Trump in Cats! Molly talks about the deeply weird dynamic of cable news hosts trying to get Trump to GTFO. Guests include Cory Booker, Jim Acosta, and more. Photo Credit Nancy Crampton. He also collaborated with #1 artist James Arthur,  and The Vamps, and was approached by Katy Perry and her team to officially remix ‘Bon Appetit’. Ben Stiller on ‘The New Abnormal’ ‘The Last Laugh’ host Matt Wilstein joined his Daily Beast colleagues Molly Jong-Fast and Rick Wilson on their podcast ‘The New Abnormal’ to interview Ben Stiller about Donald Trump’s ‘Zoolander’ obsession, playing Michael Cohen on SNL, Twitter rediscovering ‘Tropic Thunder’ and a lot more. Dreyfus thought it’d be cool to "read the very script that seemed to become reality the last couple of weeks. 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