Trump accused late night comics of "collusion" with Democrats and Russia too. But Kimmel has conclusive proof that he and his writers are innocent.
Kimmel took exception to Trump's tweet: “This idea of us fighting over table scraps? Not a great metaphor. It’s more like a hometown buffet in hell."
Tucker Carlson was always hard to like: an arrogant and entitled bully who fit in all too easily at the Fox News frat house.
Trump's melancholy troubles Stephen Colbert (and provokes what may be his most hilarious and uncontrolled impression of his favorite target, ever).
A Washington nimrod like House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy will insist the slashed budget for Trump’s border wall is really a major Republican victory.
Seth reports that Trump’s childhood home in Queens is for sale -- including the room where the future president was likely conceived.
Delivered in the U.S. Capitol, the State of the Union address is seen around the world — and perhaps nowhere with greater glee these days than in the Kremlin. Can you imagine what was on ...
The White House has leaked word that the presidential speech will showcase a familiar theme: “Choosing Greatness.”
Kimmel is especially offended by Trump’s scheme to fund the wall by declaring a “national emergency” and seizing funds from federal accounts.
Randy Rainbow copes with Trump madness by composing and performing clever little songs about the president and his cronies.
“You know things are going great,” observes Stephen Colbert, “when your lawyer is already prepping his argument to stay out of hell.”
Anderson Cooper’s highly educational, darkly amusing fact check of Trump at his photo-op New Year cabinet meeting.
The corrupt Trump Foundation, now dissolved, will sell off all its remaining assets and donate the proceeds to a bona fide charity.
Stephen Colbert has noticed the presidents most impressive talent. “Donald Trump destroys everyone he touches,” says the Late Show host. “He is like the King Midas of crap.” The latest example is Mike Flynn, who ...