In a recent episode of the renowned talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live, host Jimmy Kimmel did not hold back in his criticism of former President Donald Trump and his ongoing trial. With a mix of humor and sharp commentary, Kimmel entertained his audience while dissecting the latest developments in the trial.

Kimmel first highlighted the irony of Trump’s lawyer, Todd Blanch, silently glowering outside the courtroom as Trump whines about the trial being a “kangaroo court.” Kimmel humorously questioned who exactly refers to such situations as kangaroo courts, suggesting that it might just be Trump himself. He even noted how Trump dozed off in court, reminiscent of his own brother falling asleep in his mashed potatoes when he was 3 years old.

As expected, Trump’s obsession with crowd size was not overlooked by Kimmel. He sarcastically remarked that Trump absolutely doesn’t care about the size of the crowd, except for the radical left lunatics who gather outside his apartment building. Kimmel painted a picture of a rather meager gathering, joking that the only supporters Trump has in New York are the “army of ass kissers” who fly in from Washington.

Moving on to Trump’s financial situation, Kimmel revealed that shares of his media company were down 10% and that his company made a significantly lower revenue than expected. He didn’t miss the chance to poke fun at Trump’s Truth social platform, suggesting that it may soon have to change its name to Red Lobster due to its massive losses.

But the jokes didn’t stop there. Kimmel shifted his focus to Trump’s lawyer and adviser, Rudy Giuliani, who is currently facing indictment in Arizona and has also filed for bankruptcy. He even unveiled Giuliani’s latest venture, his own brand of organic specialty coffee. With a dash of humor, Kimmel playfully ridiculed the commercial, particularly Giuliani’s pronunciation of “chocolatey” and his promise that the coffee won’t give you diarrhea.

No talk show segment would be complete without some jabs at the host, and Kimmel didn’t escape unscathed. He shared that eight TikTok creators are suing the government over a law signed by President Biden, which requires the social media company to be sold to a non-Chinese company or face dismantlement. Kimmel’s comments drew the ire of one particular viewer, who criticized his remarks and dismissed him as unaware of TikTok and its culture.

In typical Kimmel fashion, he brushed off the criticism and engaged in some light-hearted banter with the viewer. This exchange added an extra layer of entertainment to the segment, showcasing Kimmel’s ability to remain quick-witted even in the face of criticism.

Throughout the episode, Kimmel’s lively and humorous commentary on the trial, Trump’s financial struggles, and Giuliani’s new business venture kept viewers entertained and engaged. With his unique blend of satire and sarcasm, Kimmel once again demonstrated why his talk show remains a favorite among late-night entertainment enthusiasts.

Source: Jimmy Kimmel Live – [Air Date]