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Donald Trump, Jimmy Kimmel, and Vladimir Putin

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Once again, former defeated President Trump is droning on at the insane asylum in Mar-A-Lago about how much of a "stable genius" he is and how the invasion of Ukraine (something Trump laid the groundwork for during his clownish time in office) would've never happened during under his watch, saying that Russian President Vladimir Putin had an "affinity" for him. It was the other way round: Trump was a useful patsy for Putin to prepare his aspirations to seize the sovereign land of Ukraine.

In this video Jimmy Kimmel wonderfully mocks Trump, noting that he can’t help but lie about himself and Putin, whom he has consistently praised over the years.

“I don’t know about you, but I’m not particularly interested in hearing Capt. Bone Spurs’ thoughts on war when his only military credentials are leading an attack on his own vice president at the Capitol,” Kimmel said. “Be an American for one minute and shut up. Even the clown from ‘It’ took a few years off between terrorizing children.”

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