Trump Just Lost It on Twitter and Said that Late Night Comedians Are Just TOO MEAN to Him

Donald Trump has once again decided to lash out against late-night talk show hosts, sharing a quote lauding the late NBC “Tonight Show” host Johnny Carson and declaring Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon will be unemployed after he finishes a second term.

Because once again, everything is all about Trump.

“The three very weak and untalented late night ‘hosts’ are ‘fighting over table scraps. Carson did a great job, it wasn’t political. I don’t know what they’re going to do in 2024 when he’s no longer President? Will be wacky in the unemployment line,’ ” Trump tweeted to his more than 59 million followers after comic Michael Loftus appeared on Fox News’s morning program “Fox & Friends.”

The tweet comes one day after the president weighed in on a “Fox & Friends” discussion of former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno, who said late-night shows are now too political and lack “civility.”

“The one-sided hatred on these shows is incredible and for me, unwatchable,” Trump tweeted on Wednesday. “But remember, WE are number one — President!”

Trump often lashes out at the late-night programs.

At a campaign rally last June, he mocked each late-night host and questioned their humor before insisting that he “can laugh at myself.”

Trump also has a long-running feud with “Saturday Night Live,” which frequently targets the president in its sketches and has brought on Alec Baldwin to do regular impersonations.

Twitter wasn’t having it:


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