Free late night sex chat
He accidentally shares classified intelligence with the Russians.
'He tweets a typo at midnight, wakes up and claims it was a secret message. If I went through all of it, it would be longer than the menu at the Cheesecake Factory.'Kimmel then said Trump is 'a 'total disaster'.
'I even thought 'Hey, maybe we won't talk much about Donald Trump tonight' and then he opened his mouth and all manner of stupid came out' Kimmel lamented, before saying he'd feel more comfortable if Game of Thrones' Cersei Lannister was running the country at this moment. You wanted someone to come in and shake things up,' he said.
Late-night television hosts Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert all slammed President Donald Trump (above) on Tuesday for backtracking and blaming 'both sides' for the deadly violence that happened in Charlottesville over the weekend The 49-year-old comedian then went on to describe how Trump's press conference had degenerated so far into insanity that it was like a 'book club meeting turning into a cock fight.' Kimmel then began pondering aloud who let the president take that press conference because that person 'misread his state of mind and the mood in the country right now.' The New York native then said he 'could say this with reasonable certainty that the president is completely unhinged. 'You didn't want business as usual – nothing ever seems to get done – it's always the same — these candidates make a lot of promises that go nowhere – it happens over and over again…and you're sick of it.'And then this guy shows up riding down a golden escalator — he's not a part of the political establishment; in fact, he's the opposite of that… Let him get in there and run the country like a business.'But then, Kimmel began naming a long list of Trump's offenses since he took office earlier this year.
During Trump's controversial press conference, he also slammed the 'fake' media and said: 'If the press were not fake and were honest, the press would have said what I said was very nice.' In response, Colbert quipped: 'And if you were a better president, you would have said something very nice.'In regards to Trump blaming both sides for the violence in Charlottesville, Colbert fired back and said: 'The only thing I'm doubting right now, is if you're still going to be president by Friday.'During Tuesday night's Late Night show on NBC, host Seth Meyers analyzed Trump's comments in his 'Breaking Crazy' segment.That guy's been in wars.' Like others, Meyers then begged Congress to impeach the president and compared him to 'a bad waitress in a crappy diner who's trying to get fired so she can go to a concert.''Cut bait on the president.