Late Night Asks Why the Orange Chicken Crossed the Road


Even the televangelist Pat Robertson, Kimmel and Fallon noted, spoke out against Trump’s meaningless photo op, saying it “wasn’t cool.”

“And he knows cool — he’s one of the original muppets.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

“Yeah, he was like, ‘This isn’t cool. P-Rob’s out. Microphone drop.’” — JIMMY FALLON

“You know we live in crazy times when we’re all agreeing with the guy who once said gay people cause hurricanes.” — JIMMY FALLON

“Here’s when you know you have a problem — you have a problem when even the 600-year-old host of ‘The 700 Club’ is not impressed.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

“Trump has suggested that he might invoke an old law from 1807 to send in active-duty troops to keep the peace. That apparently didn’t sit well with his own secretary of defense, Mark Esper, who probably ended his time in the administration today.” — JIMMY KIMMEL, on Esper’s disagreeing with Trump’s threat of deploying the military in response to protests

“And he’s been fired and replaced with a cardboard cutout of RoboCop.” — STEPHEN COLBERT

“I’m glad he spoke up. Why would a draft dodger be allowed to send in the military? It’s like putting a vegan in charge of the BBQ.” — JIMMY KIMMEL

TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe performed “Love Dog” live from home on “A Late Show.”

Wanda Sykes will likely bring some levity to Thursday night’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”


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