"They're trying to peacefully protest police treatment of black people in America", Noah continued. "That was unnecessary roughness!" Because there's one thing that's a fact: "you can not protest if you're black".
Spotting contradictions in Trump's political discourse is easy, probably only marginally easier than getting a late night chat show audience to boo the president. "I could say that with confidence".
And Meyers argued that Trump's tweets were also created to distract people from other issues, like the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the effort to push through the Graham-Cassidy health care bill. He then threw the mic over to writer Amber Ruffin, who dunked on Trump for a few more minutes.
"But Trump wasn't content to feud with just one massively popular sports league this weekend".
Curry's abstention from the customary trip to the White House by championship sports teams garnered a response form Trump, who withdrew his invitation to Curry in a tweet.
Finally, Trevor Noah of Comedy Central spoke. Oh, he might also mention the President could have some brain damage himself... Noah asked. "How can one person be on the wrong side of everything in history?" I'm just waiting for Trump to be like, 'What's with all these seatbelts, folks?
"Trump's comments on tackling barely registered in the news".
"Unless you're ESPN commentator Jemele Hill, criticizing the president on your private Twitter feed, then that is a fireable offense too", Noah said, referencing an earlier Trump controversy. "The Confederate flag. That's basically waving a picture of your ex around".