Alec Baldwin rips Oliver, Colbert for turning talk shows into 'grand juries'

Alec Baldwin rips Oliver, Colbert for turning talk shows into 'grand juries'

Alec Baldwin rips Oliver, Colbert for turning talk shows into 'grand juries'

Actor Alec Baldwin ripped late night hosts John Oliver and Stephen Colbert on Wednesday for turning their shows into "grand juries".

Baldwin's words closely follow Michael Rappaport's criticism of Oliver's decision (a video which Baldwin re-tweeted before making his own remarks) to bring up sexual misconduct allegations against actor Dustin Hoffman at an anniversary screening of Wag the Dog.

Whether or not he's specifically addressing these scenarios, Baldwin thinks these guys aren't being as superficial enough.

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"Talk shows were once promotional pit stops for some blithe chit chat about movies, etc.", he wrote. Rappaport dinged the host for not discussing the matter privately and instead initiating the conversation during the cast panel.

Colbert, meanwhile, had an awkward confrontation with Ben Affleck last month over harassment claims made against the Justice League star, leading him to ask, "This is a comedy show, correct?"

Baldwin tweeted through his foundation as, on 4 November, his official account posted: "It is with some degree of sadness that I will suspend posting on this Twitter account for a period of time and in the current climate". "I'm against people asserting that the process begins and ends with accusations only", Baldwin added on Twitter.

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