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God Emperor Trump hilariously mocked the untalented hacks of late night television at an epic rally Monday in South Carolina.
Trump first mocked Jimmy Fallon for apologizing two years later for "humanizing" him by ruffling with his hair two years ago then went on to hit all the others.
When Trump brought this up on Monday night, he sarcastically remarked that Fallon is "going to lose all of us" for being sorry about the interview. He went on to trash Stephen Colbert as a "lowlife," and said Jimmy Kimmel is "terrible" has "no talent."
"Honestly, are these people funny?" Trump asked. "I can laugh at myself. Frankly, if I couldn't, I'd be in big trouble. But they're no talent. They're not talented people."After Trump mocked Fallon on Twitter Sunday, Fallon responded by donating money to a charity working to flood America with illegals.
Then, likely in a drunken stupor, Fallon forgot to log onto his burner account before tweeting to himself, "This is great!! Thank you."
He later deleted the tweet.
The media completely ignored the humiliating incident (with the sole exception of the Washington Free Beacon).
Regardless, this rally shows once again that President Trump is the funniest man in America.
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