On a recent episode of the popular talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live, host Jimmy Kimmel kicked things off by addressing the ongoing legal drama involving the White House. Jury selection began in the trial of Hunter Biden, who faces three felony gun charges. The story goes that Hunter purchased a firearm in 2018 and lied on the background check form. His former girlfriend/sister-in-law found the gun and threw it in a dumpster, leading to its discovery by a homeless man. Kimmel couldn’t help but poke fun at the situation, highlighting the irony of Joe Biden seemingly unable to influence this particular case.

But the real highlight of the episode was Donald Trump‘s first interview since his guilty verdict. Trump spent most of his weekend at his golf club in New Jersey and even attended a UFC fight before heading back home to Florida. Kimmel wittily commented on how Trump stayed at the fight until the early hours of the morning, suggesting that if he had just been found guilty of covering up a hush money payment to a porn star, he wouldn’t be in a hurry to get home either.

During his interview with Fox and Friends, Trump discussed declassifying various files, including those related to the 9/11 attacks, the JFK assassination, and the Jeffrey Epstein case. Kimmel couldn’t help but point out that Trump had four years to declassify these files during his time as president, but now he seemed hesitant to commit. Kimmel also joked about Trump’s questionable knowledge on various subjects, noting that he pretends to know more while actually knowing less.

Kimmel then shifted to Trump’s presence on social media, specifically TikTok. Despite previously attempting to ban the app while in office, Trump welcomed the opportunity to join TikTok, although Kimmel humorously pointed out that anyone with a phone could be on the platform. Kimmel also highlighted the amusing fact that Trump follows everyone in his family on social media except his own son, Don Jr., leading to speculation about family dynamics.

The talk show host also couldn’t resist addressing some memorable moments from Congress, including Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene‘s controversial statements about scientists and doctors. Greene suggested that they were making up guidelines such as social distancing and masking for children. Kimmel sarcastically referred to Greene as the “clan mom” and expressed disbelief that people voted for her.

In the midst of all the political discussions, Kimmel took a lighthearted approach by introducing a segment called “Pedestrian Question” to commemorate the start of Pride Month. He asked random individuals on the street if they had a gay friend, entertainingly commenting on their responses. The segment provided some light relief during the political heavy content of the episode.

As always, Jimmy Kimmel Live delivered an entertaining mix of humor, political commentary, and pop culture. Whether discussing legal dramas involving the White House or poking fun at Trump’s post-presidential life, Kimmel captivated viewers with his lively and witty style. Stay tuned for more exciting moments and thought-provoking conversations on this popular talk show.