Comedian Bill Maher’s TV show returns from its hiatus this Friday, and if his latest tweet is any indication, the host of “Real Time with Bill Maher” has some things he wants to say about the behavior of many NYPD officers following the murders of Officers Liu and Ramos last month, Mediaite.com said.
Perhaps the host was referring to the multiple instances in which NYPD officers have turned their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio as he spoke at funerals for policemen killed. Or maybe it’s the police union that called for officers to be protected as minorities under Congress’ hate crimes statutes.
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Maher’s guests will include Jay Leno, writer Salman Rushdie and former U.S. Senate candidate from California Carly Fiorina, comedy website Theinterrobang said.
“Real Time with Bill Maher” returns to HBO on January 9 at 10pm.