Late Night Prods Trump with Colonoscopy Jokes

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A brand new e book by the previous White Home press secretary Stephanie Grisham, “I’ll Take Your Questions Now,” revealed some enjoyable information about Donald J. Trump on Tuesday. One of many largest bombshells was concerning the former president’s mysterious go to to Walter Reed Nationwide Army Medical Middle in 2019, which Grisham stated was for a colonoscopy that Trump stayed aware for, partly to maintain late night time tv hosts from discovering out and making enjoyable of him.

“I’ve to say, it offers me a whole lot of satisfaction, as a late night time discuss present host, to know that he opted to remain awake whereas they augered his innards with a sewer snake particularly as a result of he didn’t need us making enjoyable of him,” Jimmy Kimmel stated.

Kimmel stated he felt cheated, discovering out such important data so late within the recreation: “As a result of when a president, particularly this president, will get a colonoscopy, it’s my obligation — that’s proper, obligation — to make jokes about it.”

“The e book additionally says a White Home official often known as the ‘Music Man’ would play Trump his favourite present tunes like ‘Reminiscence’ from ‘Cats’ to drag him from the brink of rage. It is sensible as a result of Trump’s presidency is strictly like ‘Cats’ — awkward, weird and nobody had any thought what the hell was occurring.” — JIMMY FALLON

“And in the event that they needed to drive him to the brink of rage, they’d present him the film ‘Cats.’” — STEPHEN COLBERT

“Yep, Trump listened to ‘Cats’ to cheer himself up whereas the remainder of his workers remained ‘Les Misérables.’” — JIMMY FALLON

“One factor I do know for positive: Some day, when Ryan Murphy finally makes an ‘American Crime Story’ concerning the Trump White Home, I’m undoubtedly enjoying the ‘Music Man.’” — JAMES CORDEN

On Tuesday’s “Jokes Seth Can’t Inform,” the “Late Night” writers Amber Ruffin and Jenny Hagel poke enjoyable at white neighborhoods and homosexual relationship apps.

Stephen Colbert will welcome Anita Hill to Wednesday’s “Late Present.”

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