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Donald Trump’s explosive feud with his own Secretary of State — who reportedly called him a fucking moron — is a disaster for diplomacy, but a cornucopia for late-night comedians.

Trump responded to Rex Tillerson’s alleged insult with a challenge. “I think it’s fake news,” said the president, “but if he did [call Trump a moron] I guess we’ll have to compare IQ tests. And I can tell you who’s going to win.”

For Stephen Colbert, Trump’s childish retort offered its own irresistible challenge: What is Trump’s IQ?

The Late Show host goes on to discuss Senator Bob Corker’s “bowel-loosening opinions about our president,” based on the Tennessee Republican’s personal knowledge as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Preventing World War III may be why the White House staff, notably chief of staff John Kelly, tries to manage Trump “like a toddler” by employing various “distractions.”

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Jimmy Kimmel Discuss baby Formula Shortage

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Jimmy Kimmel opened by weighing in on the national shortage of baby formula, which has left many parents scrambling for solutions. “I don’t know – I’m sure the ivermectin and bleach people could figure this out for us,” Kimmel quipped. “Just mix you up some Gatorade and some baby powder, throw in some breakfast sausage and it blends it up real good, the baby should be fine."

He made sure to point out, however, the utter hypocrisy of our right-wing Supreme Court majority forcing women to have babies in times of massive economic insecurity. You know, like a freaking shortage of baby formula! But hey, it's all about worshipping the fetus and hating the actual child for these Taliban Republicans.

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