Jimmy Kimmel shot back on Wednesday night after President Trump attacked late-night shows because he & # 39; one-sided & # 39; used to be.
"What a snowflake," Kimmel cracked.
Earlier on Wednesday, Trump had swallowed Twitter not to steal & # 39; & # 39; defeating future comedians, claiming to have been hostile to him since he announced his candidacy in 2015. (The president & # 39; s message was produced by former "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno, who said earlier this week that late shows had become too political.)
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On "Jimmy Kimmel Live" the host had more to say about Trump.
Kimmel showed a clip of Leno & # 39; s performance in the "Today" show, in which Leno explained that & # 39; one-sided & # 39; was difficult in his time – and that when he was the & # 39; Tonight Show & # 39; then organized & # 39; Clinton was horny & # 39; and & # 39; Bush was stupid. "
The comedy was a bit easier at the time, Leno said.
"He's right," Kimmel said after the Leno clip. "It's harder now because Trump is stupid and horny at the same time."
Kimmel then told the public that he actually didn't want to talk about the president in his monologue.
"None of us are doing it," Kimmel added. "None of us hosting these shows, but he doesn't give us a choice. If he spent all day quietly working in the White House, I would almost never call him because he is not interesting. But not even today – before 10 today, before ten o'clock this morning, his former campaign president was sentenced to prison for the second time in a week for the second time, calling himself the “most successful president in history,” and tweeting to people let him know that his wife has not & i have been replaced by a body double, can i not mention this?
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& # 39; What do you think of this, & # 39; Kimmel said to the president. & # 39; You stop being terrible, we stop pointing it out, okay? & # 39;
"Late Show" host Stephen Colbert also mocked Trump's tweet about the late shows that were "one-sided."
& # 39; The comedy that I do is not one-sided, & # 39; said Colbert. & I can fool the president. From … Every … Angle. "