He addressed a tweet from Trump on Saturday, in which the president said he "would never" call North Korean leader Kim Jong-un "short and fat".
Worse is how Trump's behavior is echoed, Oliver said, showing a clip of Rep. Paul Gosar, an Arizona Republican, fleeing a reporter while chanting "Fake news, fake news".
Oliver also noted that the use of these tactics is precariously spreading beyond the Oval Office, citing Congressman Paul Gosar's response to the Charlottesville tragedy, in which Olivers says he was "copying Trump" in the way he used the three tactics to address the event.
After mocking the president's liking of Fox and Friends, Oliver said his show was going to be busy on its hiatus.
Why 14 November is celebrated as Children's Day?
In Indian history, we have many legends and fighters who stood as an inspiration, one of them is Shri Jawaharlal Nehru . Children's day is celebrated on behalf of India's first prime mister Chacha Nehru's birthday on 14 November.
A black leather chair then spins around, revealing a wax statue of Warren G. Harding, the 29th President of the United States.
Promising that the cowboy has "a lot up his sleeve", Oliver also showed a preview of other ads in which the cowboy explains that the U.S. Virgin Islands does not have a president and what stance one should take on Nazis. "Sir, the world is in trouble". Hank's teaser trailer-esque segment was oddly postponed (or hidden) in a slot that ran after the credits. But "Trump's presidency is like one of his handshakes: it pulls you in whether you like it or not", Oliver said, and you need to be prepared.
Remember that time that John Oliver spent $13,700 in a bidding war for wax figures of US presidents against Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and Rachel Maddow?
Tell us what you think! As the five figures line up, Hanks adds, "Gentleman, let's go wax these b**tards".