Meyers and other late-night hosts went after the president for boasting that he had donated part of his salary to the Department of Homeland Security.
“After a terrorist act, to condemn the extremist ideology of the terrorist should be a slam dunk,” Colbert said. “On the other hand, he can’t jump.”
After President Trump said the late-night shows were trading in “one-sided hatred,” Kimmel pushed back.
After 50 people were charged in a scheme to buy admission to prestigious colleges, Stephen Colbert told viewers they were right to feel jaded.
The Patriots’ owner is facing charges of soliciting sex, but that may not be the most salacious thing about this news story. Stephen Colbert relished the opportunity to retell it.
Kimmel offered a blunt take on the president summit meeting with Kim Jong-un: “He flew over there and got nothing.”
All the late-night shows broadcasting on Wednesday focused on Cohen’s revealing, often startling congressional testimony about President Trump, his former client.
President Trump is preparing to meet with Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, in Vietnam. Jimmy Kimmel and Conan O’Brien offered commentary.
O’Brien and his sidekick, Andy Richter, also shared a moment inspired by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.