Mr. Noah compared recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital to moving into an ex-girlfriend’s apartment building. “It’s not technically illegal,” he said — but it’s a bad idea.
Mr. Corden said: “Forget creating new manufacturing jobs in this country. Trump can’t even manufacture manufacturing councils.”
Mr. Kimmel said he realized that the president was hard at work: “Just yesterday, he brokered a peace deal between the groundskeeper at the golf course and some gophers.”
“Because this is Hollywood, there will be big changes to the Olympics,” Mr. Noah said. “For example, the entire Chinese Olympic team will be played by white actors.”
Stephen Colbert didn’t sound convinced by Anthony Scaramucci’s claim that he and Reince Priebus are like “brothers.”
Mr. Noah took issue with the new White House communications director’s statement that he was deleting old tweets in the name of “full transparency.”
The “Late Late Show” host, known for his “Carpool Karaoke” singalongs, will M.C. the music awards when they return to New York City.
The host of “Live!” revealed that he was off last week because his wife had given birth to a son. Then he told a frightening story.
Comedy Central debuted its new weekly show, starring the Trump impersonator Anthony Atamanuik. He helped clarify the meaning of that “America First” slogan.
The “Daily Show” host pondered the dilemma faced by black residents of Mississippi and Alabama: “So I either don’t get the day off, or I support slavery?”