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You're welcome." Maher hosted the January 13, 2006 edition of Larry King Live, on which he was a frequent guest.Maher appeared as a special guest on the June 29, 2010 edition of the show, on which CNN anchor Larry King announced his retirement.In response to Maher's offer, Trump produced his birth certificate, and then Trump launched a lawsuit after Maher was not forthcoming, claiming that Maher's million offer was legally binding. "He said it with venom." He has referred to himself as a "9/11 liberal", noting that his formerly liberal view of Islam changed as a result of the attacks on September 11, 2001, and he differentiates himself from liberals of the opinion that all religions are alike.Maher favors ending corporate welfare and federal funding of non-profits as well as the legalization of gambling, prostitution, and cannabis.He is known for the HBO political talk show Real Time with Bill Maher (2003–present) and the similar late-night show called Politically Incorrect (1993–2002), originally on Comedy Central and later on ABC.Maher is known for his sarcastic attitude, Maher assumed the host role on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, a late-night political talk show that ran on Comedy Central from 1993 to 1997 and on ABC from 1997 to 2002.Maher and director Larry Charles teamed up to make the movie Religulous, described by trade publication Variety as a documentary "that spoofs religious extremism across the world". Also in 2013, Maher appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and offered to pay million to a charity if Donald Trump would produce his birth certificate to prove that Trump's mother had not mated with an orangutan.Maher said this reportedly in response to Trump having previously challenged President Barack Obama to produce his birth certificate, and having offered million payable to a charity of Obama's choice if Obama would produce his college applications, transcripts, and passport records.
This was one of the most notable of numerous controversial statements by O'Donnell that made her the most covered candidate in the 2010 mid-term election cycle.
Bachus said he felt the comments were demeaning to the military and treasonous.
Maher stated his highest regard and support for the troops and asked why the congressman criticized him instead of doing something about the recruitment problem.
The other two were nominations for two of his HBO comedy specials: I'm Swiss and Bill Maher: The Decider.
In late May 2005, Alabama Congressman Spencer Bachus sent a letter to Time Warner's board of directors requesting Real Time be canceled after remarks Maher made after noting the military had missed its recruiting goals by 42 percent.
"Our faith is that putting this up as itself, it will hoist itself on its own petard, that it's comical just as it is," explained producer Maggie Rowe.