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Late Night Comedians On Trump's First 100 Days

I have very big news. They don't think he did no good.

  • As the first 100 days of Trump's presidency approaches, one of thing all Americans can collectively agree on — Trump's first one hundred days weren't so hot. His legislative ideas were shot down, and his approval rating is at a ridiculous record low— not a surprise for a guy with such a low approval rating. Trump seems to agree on this because, after making such a big deal of just how much he's going to accomplish in his first one hundred days he now claims that one hundred days is just not a realistic benchmark.

    So it seems President Trump's first one hundred days aren't just a miserable failure, but they're a miserable failure in denial. So of course our nation's Late Night Comedians made great hay of this.

  • First up was Stephen Colbert, who noted how Trump's 100 Days interview with the AP made ample use of the phrase (unintelligble). Hell, let's put it in a blockquote just cuz.

    "(unintelligble)" - Donald Trump

    Then, up next was Seth Meyers who covered much of the same ground, but threw in the pain of seeing our amazing old president to boot. Come back sir… things are so bleak…

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  • Then, we round out our late night hundred day round up with a very excellent Trevor Noah pointing out basically — the president is still a very sick man, what is happening, help.

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  • Overall, an excellent round up. But what do you think? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.

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