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Adam Schiff Celebrates “True Justice” Of Today’s $83M Jury Verdict Against Trump, Talks ‘Barbie’ Oscar Noms Snubs & Patriarchy With Bill Maher

In a recent appearance on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) addressed the noticeable absence of Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie’s Oscar nominations for their work on the film “Barbie.” Responding to Maher’s question about whether this indicates a patriarchy in America, Schiff commented, “I don’t think you can judge that from Barbie not getting nominated.” He then redirected the conversation to the 2024 presidential election, expressing his apprehension about the potential return of Donald Trump to the White House.

Schiff, a front-runner for California’s open Senate seat, shared his concerns about the current political landscape and the challenges posed by Trump’s candidacy. He underscored his fear of Trump securing the nomination from one of America’s major parties, citing the former president’s legal issues and controversial actions during his previous term.

The congressman humorously remarked, “I would vote for a corned beef sandwich over Donald Trump. I don’t say that lightly, but at least a corned beef sandwich would have some intelligence and wouldn’t be a dictator on Day one.”

Throughout the show, Schiff delved into various topics, including the 2024 presidential election, immigration, and Trump’s recent legal woes. He commended President Joe Biden’s approach to immigration, urging Democrats to proactively address the issue and challenge the Republicans’ stance.

The conversation also touched on Schiff’s potential Senate run and his prior role as an impeachment manager during Trump’s presidency. Schiff predicted a victory for Biden in the upcoming election, emphasizing the significance of having a president who is a “decent human being.”

In a lighter moment, Schiff shared a humorous anecdote about false information circulating on social media, including a claim that his fictional sister had married progressive financier George Soros’ daughter.

The episode featured discussions with Seth MacFarlane and ESPN host Stephen A. Smith on various topics, providing a blend of political commentary and entertainment.

Please note that the content is a summary and not a verbatim transcript of the show.

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