Jimmy Kimmel Skewers Trump in Epic Post-Courthouse Fact-Check Rant

Jimmy Kimmel delivers sharp critique amid Trump trial chaos

by Zain ul Abedin
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Jimmy Kimmel Skewers Trump in Epic Post-Courthouse Fact-Check Rant
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In a recent episode of his show, Jimmy Kimmel didn't hold back as he commented on Donald Trump's latest courthouse remarks following the jury deliberations in the Stormy Daniels hush money case. Trump, who has been trapped in legal controversies, made an eyebrow-raising statement outside the courthouse that even "Mother Teresa could not beat those charges." Kimmel, known for his sharp wit, seized the moment to highlight the absurdity of Trump's comparison.

"Trump knows he has no chance of acquittal because he did it. He did the crimes," Jimmy Kimmel remarked, suggesting that Trump's only defense now was to claim the trial was rigged—a stance he reiterated that Wednesday.

Kimmel's Satirical Stance

The late-night host took his critique further with a dose of sarcasm, imagining a world where Mother Teresa herself would face similar accusations. "That’s right," Kimmel said, "Even if Mother Teresa herself had s-x with and paid off a porn star, after a round of golf, even she would have trouble getting away with it." This satirical take not only underscores the bizarre nature of Trump's defense but also emphasizes the severity of the accusations against him.

As the case continues to unfold, the public and media remain captivated by each development, with commentators like Kimmel not missing a beat to provide a comedic yet poignant perspective on the proceedings. As the trial progresses, the intersection of celebrity, politics, and legal drama continues to provide fertile ground for commentary, drawing audiences eager for both news and entertainment.

Kimmel's latest remarks serve as a reminder of how deeply intertwined politics and pop culture have become, offering a moment of levity amidst the serious undertones of legal accountability. For more insights and laughs, viewers can tune into Kimmel's full monologue on his Monday night show.

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