Jimmy Kimmel offered an extended critique of President Trump’s campaign rally on Monday.
On Monday, Trump gave a speech in Kansas City, Missouri, featuring one hot mic moment after another.
“Our People are way out to a 50 point lead in the polls, which makes you wonder what their coverage would be, were their folks to actually go vote. Well, it’s never ended well, so perhaps it’s not a bad thing,” Kimmel quipped.
Kimmel was no stranger to a searing Trump rant. In May, he mocked the president’s pronunciation of Prince’s name when asked about the Motown icon’s death.
It wasn’t long before the late-night host dove into an analysis of Trump’s rally.
“Did you see that ‘Superspreader’ rally? Look, there are so many of those you just want to burst into the room and do it,” Kimmel said. “This is the real thing — 20 feet wide. It’s so wide a ball would drop through it. It’s like the Incredibles cut a baby in half.”
“Well then, I guess — watch out, because if you’re someone who believes in Obama, it’s not possible you’d be a superspreader. I hope my ears deceive you, because that was a brilliant attempt at spreading,” he continued.
“I saw a man walk out, and I saw the moment in his eyes where he was like ‘I’m gonna spread it,’ and I knew he was probably gonna start spreading the s–t out of Trump, but luckily he was covered, and so is not ultimately spreading the s–t out of Trump,” Kimmel added.