The CNN host went after Republicans Lauren Boebert, J.D. Vance and others for making “being a horrible person” part of the GOP job description.
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This week’s “Weekend Update” also featured a scathing takedown of former White House “garbage man” Steve Bannon.
The former cast member revived his most famous SNL impression to play the “ghost of Biden past” and remind the president why people used to like him.
“He’s also launched a new makeup line called ‘Human Skin,’” the “Late Show” host joked.
“Watch What Happens Live” host Andy Cohen had some unexpectedly tough questions for Meghan McCain, who complained she had been “bullied” out of her job on “The View.”
“If I had gone super MAGA like he did last year, I also would want to distance myself from myself,” the host joked.
Comedian Ricky Velez tells The Last Laugh podcast about coming up with Pete Davidson, beefing with Bill Nye the Science Guy, and his new HBO special “Here’s Everything.”
“Do you think Mike Pence will show up here today or does he not want to hang?” the “Daily Show” contributor asked Trump’s most fervent supporters.
“Yes I’m broke and it’s a damn shame,” Davidson sang. “Guess I gotta play the Squid Game.”
“Hey Ted Sarandos! Just a quick note to let you know that I would prefer if you didn’t drag my name into your mess,” the comedian began. It only got more brutal from there.