Trump slams late-night comedians for 'unfunny' anti-Trump jokes

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Trump tweeted. "Should we get Equal Time?"

Kimmel was quick to point that the president "took the time with those little thumbs to put the word "unfunny" in quotes". Which is interesting, you know, considering his father Donald Trump is a self-admitted pussy grabber. "We basically have Joey from "Friends" running the country". But his approach is probably not what Trump Jr. was hoping for.

"I think it's fake news, but if he did that, I guess we'll have to compare IQ tests", the president said. Nevermind the thousands of jokes about Bill Cosby and Bill Clinton and all the other Bills of that ilk. "I was warned from the beginning", she wrote, adding, "The stories were everywhere".

Despite having his doubts, the late-night host assured viewers that nonetheless he would pay $100 to see a "pay-per-view" battle between Trump and Tillerson.

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He is not a chartered accountant of the firm of Jay Shah. "These were avoidable and should not have happened". Amit Shah with his wife at their son Jay Shah's wedding in Ahmedabad.

To support Trump's "smart" claims, Kimmel proceeded to show a montage of clips of the president explaining what a "smart person" he is. The fact is, her campaign did take money from what turned out to be a high-profile man who's been accused of sexual harassment multiple times. "You're the one who always looks like she just found a joint in her son's Bible".

Unlike Saturday Night Live, late night did not hold back on Monday when addressing the Harvey Weinstein scandal!

Kimmel, as part of his role on "The Man Show", once put an object in his trousers and encouraged women on the street to feel around for it.

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