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Twitter Critics Mercilessly Mock Kid Rock And His Flag Pants Posing With Trump

Kid Rock’s gleeful pose with Donald Trump on the links at Mar-a-Lago didn’t go over very well on Twitter. Fans mocked Rock’s goofy flag pants and his choice of golf partners. Some wondered what Trump was doing playing golf Saturday in the middle of his declared “national emergency” at the southern border. Others were perplexed that Trump has a conniption fit when football players take a knee during the national anthem to protest racial injustice, but apparently found those pants perfectly okay. Some, like actress Roseanna Arquette, got downright snarky about Rock’s post being a desperate bid for attention. Another great day on the links! Thank you to POTUS for having me and to EVERYONE at Trump International for being so wonderful. What a great man, so down to earth and so fun to be with!!...

Seth Meyers Trolls Glenn Beck With A Not-So-Subtle Chalkboard Message

Seth Meyers on Thursday examined how Republicans were “already falling in line” with President Donald Trump ahead of his bid for re-election in 2020 — including one supposedly reformed, right-wing pundit named Glenn Beck. The host of NBC’s “Late Night” noted how Beck spent “most of his years as one of the most unhinged voices” on Fox News, using a chalkboard to claim that former President Barack Obama was a dictator. Beck’s apparent “change of heart” saw him attacking Trump in the aftermath of his 2016 victory. But Meyers said Beck finally “dropped the act” this week when he predicted that if the GOP didn’t retain control of the White House, “we are officially at the end of the country as we know it.” Meyers concluded his segment by sending a not-so-subtle chalkboard message of his own to ...

Donald Trump Jr. Debuts 2024 Campaign Ad On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

And Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday aired the first (fake) campaign ad for President Donald Trump’s eldest son. “Apparently they’re hoping to form a Trump political dynasty like the Bushes had,” the comedian explained as he introduced the mock promo above.

Trevor Noah Loses It Laughing About Border Thefts: Mexico Is Stealing The Wall

Trevor Noah couldn’t stop laughing at the report that concertina wire stolen from the U.S. southern border is being sold to homeowners in Tijuana, who are using it to fortify their properties. On Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Daily Show,” Noah described the news as his “favorite story of the year” and perhaps his entire life. “I’m sorry guys, this is insane. You heard that right, Mexico is stealing the wall. Oh man, I wish I could have been there when Donald Trump saw this story on the news.” He later imagined what the thieves are saying about the thefts.  And see Noah’s take on President Donald Trump’s Twitter feud with George Conway, the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, here:

Seth Meyers Turns Donald Trump’s ‘Husband From Hell’ Attack On George Conway Right Back At Him

Donald Trump’s ongoing feud with George Conway, who is married to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, continued on Wednesday as the president described the conservative attorney as the “husband from hell.” But “Late Night” host Seth Meyers explained why Trump was “the last person” who should call anyone that. “You’ve been divorced twice, you paid hush money to a porn star, your affairs were all over the tabloids and you misspelled your wife’s name,” said Meyers. “If anything, ‘Husband From Hell’ sounds like the name of a Lifetime movie about you.” Check out the clip above.

Stephen Colbert Gives Robert Mueller A Hot Tip On How To End The Investigation Quickly

There is growing speculation that special counsel Robert Mueller is winding up his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and allegations of collusion with the campaign of President Donald Trump.  But “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert doesn’t want to wait any longer.  He suggested an ending straight from the cartoons. 

Kit Harington Reveals Donald Trump-Related Reason He’s Sad ‘Game Of Thrones’ Is Ending

Kit Harington isn’t just upset about the looming end of “Game of Thrones.” The British actor who plays Jon Snow said he’s also “deeply sad of the state of the world” as HBO’s epic fantasy drama draws to what will likely be its gruesome conclusion. Its eighth and final season begins April 14. Harington said in an interview published by Variety on Tuesday that he feels “like we are living in a more ‘Thrones’-like world.” And “unfortunately, we’re leaving ‘Thrones’ with a Joffrey as the President of the United States of America,” he added. It was a direct comparison of Trump to the show’s brutal boy-king, Joffrey Baratheon: Author George R. R. Martin, whose Song of Ice and Fire book series is the basis of “Thrones,” made a similar observation about Trump and Joffrey in 2017. Harington, the co...

Seth Meyers Points Out Fatal Flaw With Rep. Steve King’s Civil War Meme

The host of NBC’s “Late Night” explained Tuesday that he didn’t believe King, who has a history of promoting white nationalist rhetoric, really wants a civil war, but warned “there are a lot of unstable people out there who are prone to violence.” “And one of them,” Meyers added, is President Donald Trump. The comedian explained why the meme shared by King was “very poorly designed.” He also highlighted how King’s state of Iowa is blue in the graphic, which has since been removed from the congressman’s Facebook page. “That means, if there is a civil war, you would have to be a spy in enemy territory and I just don’t think you will be that believable as a liberal union worker,” Meyers joked.  Check out the clip above.

Stephen Colbert Finds A NSFW Name Hidden Inside Trump’s Signature

President Donald Trump announced that he donated his latest $100,000 salary installment to the Department of Homeland Security, then claimed he didn’t care if the media reported on it.  But “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert said it doesn’t work that way.  “That’s like naming a building The Anonymously Donated by the Great and Charitable Donald J. Trump Hospital,” he cracked on Tuesday.  Trump also shared an image of the check, complete with his infamously illegible signature. That had Colbert wondering what that signature really says:

John Legend Issues Blistering Message To Donald Trump: Stop Winking At White Supremacy

“When people of such influence and such stature are endorsing such a hateful, evil ideology, it emboldens those who will go out and do something really evil and nasty, like what happened in New Zealand,” the singer said in a new interview with NowThis News. Legend, who has previously slammed Trump as a “fucking embarrassment,” said Trump needed to apologize “for demonizing Muslims” and “brown people who have tried to come here and have a better life.” And he agreed that white nationalism is a global threat (contrary to Trump’s claim following the attack) and said “a lot of the inspiration is coming from America right now and the American president.”  Check out the video here:

Leslie Jones Hits Back At ‘Moron’ Trump Over Botched ‘Saturday Night Live’ Slam

“Saturday Night Live” star Leslie Jones is fighting back after President Donald Trump slammed her show and hinted that it could face a federal investigation for being one-sided and for “collusion” with Democrats and Russia. But as Jones pointed out, the episode that set Trump off wasn’t exactly new.  It was a rerun ― something that should’ve been apparent given the Christmas decor in the background and the “It’s a Wonderful Life” spoof that opened the show.  “This guy is an idiot!! It was a rerun you moron!!” Jones fired back on Instagram, then she added the hashtag #lordhelpusplease.  Trump hated the episode so much he complained about it when it first aired, calling the comedy show “nothing less than unfair news coverage” and suggesting he could take them to court for mocking him:   A RE...

Colbert Finds A Whole New Way To Call Fox News Host Jeanine Pirro A Racist

Stephen Colbert is taking on Jeanine Pirro, the Fox News host who was off the air on Saturday night after she was reprimanded by the network for an Islamophobic attack on Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.). That didn’t sit well with President Donald Trump. “Bring back @JudgeJeanine Pirro,” he demanded during a Sunday tweetstorm.  Pirro’s absence came after she suggested on her show that Omar’s hijab might mean her beliefs are “antithetical to the Constitution.”  But the “Late Show” host was ready with a reply: TONIGHT: Trump spent the weekend rage-tweeting about things he saw on TV. So, like, a pretty normal weekend. #LSSC — The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) March 19, 2019 Download

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