Jimmy Kimmel wondered, “Is the president now tweeting onto his wife’s clothes?”
Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert both called out President Trump for playing up the importance of an executive order undoing his own policy.
The saxophonist’s new double album picks up where his breakout 2015 LP left off, with a huge group of musicians dreaming big together.
Stephen Colbert told Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the press secretary: “This is the White House, not an abandoned Walmart. You’re allowed to leave.”
“Some people said they couldn’t believe Trump would do something like this,” Mr. Fallon said. But the “Tonight Show” host wasn’t among them.
Stephen Colbert told his audience: “Children have reportedly been ripped from their families at the U.S. border. Now, if it sounds evil, then good news: Your ears are working.”
Anthony Scaramucci and Michael Avenatti come from opposing sides of the political spectrum, but they are reportedly trying to start their own TV show.
Stephen Colbert scoffed at the way President Trump heaped praise on the North Korean leader at their summit meeting this week.
President Trump said he’d use his “touch” and “feel” to gauge Kim’s sincerity. Corden said the last time Trump tried that, “he had to pay Stormy Daniels $130,000.”
Stephen Colbert was unimpressed by President Trump’s statement that he wouldn’t “have to prepare very much” for his historic meeting with the North Korean leader.