The late night host had some words for any fans of his that may also be Trump supporters.read more
The NBC host explained why his show decided to address the charges of sexual harassment against the mogul with a piece prominently featuring three of its female writers. read more
Kimmel suggested a televised pay-per-view, whereas Colbert revealed test scores from the president and secretary of state. read more
"What's the difference between Weinstein and the Pillsbury Doughboy? When the Pillsbury Doughboy offers you a role he doesn’t ask you to watch him take a shower for it."read...
Colbert and Kimmel mocked the president, while Corden took jabs at VP Mike Pence as they all commented on the NBC News story that Trump and the secretary of...
Seth Meyers had a pointed message for Congress, while Trevor Noah tackled the country's fear of "talking about guns."read more
Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers and more took on the president's tweets about kneeling athletes and the subsequent response.read more
The CNN anchor also defended reporting on the storms from outside in dangerous conditions.read more
Kimmel even came up with a fake children's version of the 2016 presidential candidate's new book.read more
"The only thing I'm doubting right now, is if you're still going to be president by Friday."read more
"You can stand for a nation or you can stand for a hateful movement — you can't do both," said Seth Meyers.read more
The duo dissected the latest episode of the HBO fantasy hit for a segment on Meyers' 'Late Night.'read more
"I don't want to be alarmist," said Stephen Colbert. "We're all going to die."read more
“Donald, you’re the president of the United States. It’s like being a parent. You have to love all the states equally, even if one of them is Eric," said...
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