After “DJTJ” shared a meme of Mitt Romney in “Mom Jeans,” Kimmel ran through some of his most embarrassing outfits.
No other late-night host dared to criticize the decision in their live coverage of Trump’s State of the Union address.
“I know he wasn’t a perfect person,” the late-night host admitted during a heartfelt monologue about his friend.
“‘No one said this wasn’t Photoshopped?’ Is that the standard now?” the outraged late-night host asked.
The late-night host said he’s “old enough to remember a time when everyone at the White House had a full-blown hissy fit” because someone dared to mention Barron Trump.
Apparently still seething from her own NBC ouster over blackface comments, Megyn Kelly went after Kimmel in an early morning rant—invoking his decades-old blackface controversy.
The Roastmaster General used his uncanny resemblance to Sondland to take on Trump: “The guy's committed more crimes than Jeffrey Epstein at an American Girl Doll store.”