The “Daily Show” host has been relishing the news coming out of Manafort’s trial, particularly the testimony from Gates, his former right-hand man.
Hearing that Apple’s valuation had passed $1 trillion, he declared: “That’s it, folks. Apple has officially won capitalism. Wrap it up, it’s over.”
Poking fun at President Trump for how often he repeats “No collusion,” Stephen Colbert said, “He uses it for every occasion — it’s like his ‘aloha.’”
Mr. Colbert told Robert Mueller, the special counsel, “Before you open up his feed, I recommend putting on goggles and freebasing some Dramamine.”
Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel both began their shows by taking shots at President Trump over his shifting statements on Russian election meddling.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who beat Representative Joseph Crowley of New York in a Democratic primary on Tuesday, spoke about the electorate that gave her the victory.
After President Trump attacked them at a rally, the three hosts made a skit that opened “The Tonight Show” and “The Late Show.”
After President Trump attacked Jimmy Fallon on Twitter, the “Tonight Show” host took him to task for spending his time on social media battles.
Jimmy Kimmel wondered, “Is the president now tweeting onto his wife’s clothes?”