The Annapolis native is in town for a conversation with The Post's fashion critic, Robin Givhan.
During a VIP tour of the National Archives collection, the self-professed history geek covered his eyes with his hands and recited the Constitution’s preamble from memory.
"“Her words smack of a dark time . . . when people were afraid of each other.”
The Mavericks' owner continues his long-standing public mulling of a political future.
Would the night get serious or stay silly? It depended on who you asked.
The bodybuilder-turned-actor-turned-governor was in Washington to be honored by the Points of Light foundation.
She praised the designer who made the dress in just two weeks. Inaugural gowns, she explained, were “the last thing on my mind."
She's holding an estate sale to clear out the Hamptons mansion made famous in a cult-favorite documentary.
The congressman's appearance on the “Jim Jefferies Show” on Comedy Central, which is launching a political-interview series, explains it all.
The powerful pair were joined by two unidentified male guests, says our spy.