Following the release of Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, President Donald Trump quickly became the subject of many jokes by late-night hosts Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, and Jimmy Kimmel.
Written by columnist Michael Wolff, the book chronicles his year at the White House and allegedly calls into question Trump’s mental stability, fitness to serve, and strained relationships with other members of his administration.
The roasting began with Stephen Colbert (watch above) calling out the legitimacy of Trump's candidacy. In his opening address, Colbert went on to make comparisons between the voting public and Melania Trump, as well as critiquing Trump's lack of understanding of the Constitution.
“According to a new book called Fire and Fury, Donald Trump didn’t want to be president,” began Colbert. “He didn’t want him[self] to win. There’s a name for that: the majority of American voters.”
Elsewhere, The Daily Show host Trevor Noah decided to focus on the President's tweets in the aftermath of the book's publication as well as Trump's response to North Korea's Kim Jong-un.
“If you had a supercomputer that could run a simulation to find the stupidest possible way to get into a nuclear war, this tweet is what would come up every single time,” the host joked. Watch Noah's segment above.
Last but not least, Jimmy Kimmel decided to focus on a selection of comments within the book as well as detailing Trump's relationship with former White House Chief Strategist Steven Bannon.
“The rats are finally eating their young, is what’s going on here,” Kimmel said. “This administration is unlike anything ever. There are three news scandals every day. The wheels keep coming off and somehow the bus keeps rolling. I don’t know how many wheels there are on this bus.”
Watch all three roasts then let us know which was your favorite in the comments below.
In other news, Kevin Gates is being released from prison.