— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) August 15, 2017
When an individual hits all five Sunday morning talk shows, people in the media call it the “Full Ginsburg” named after the Monica Lewinsky attorney William Ginsburg who appeared on every program back in 2009. Perhaps now we can create a new term for when an individual draws harsh criticism and rebuke from every late night comedian and call it the “Full Trump.”
Jimmy Kimmel piled on President Donald Trump last night for his “many sides” comment in the aftermath of the deadly unrest in Charlottesville last weekend. He joined his internetwork colleagues Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers who each explained in varying degrees of gravitas and comedic effect.
Watch the clip above, courtesy of ABC.
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