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Jimmy Kimmel opened his show on Monday with a “special shout-out” to international viewers watching on YouTube, “enjoying our comeuppance from afar.”
“And I don’t blame you,” he said, making air quotes: “We had it coming here in the ‘United’ States.”
Kimmel marveled at Vice President Mike Pence’s reluctance to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump from office over the siege of the U.S. Capitol last week, which Democrats seeking the president’s ouster accuse him of inciting.
“Pence has reportedly said privately that he’d consider invoking the 25th if Trump becomes ‘more unstable,’” Kimmel said. “More unstable? That’s like Noah saying, ‘If this rain gets any worse, I might have to build an ark.’”
“Many in Trumpland believe that it’s wrong to encourage a corporation to ban someone for their political statements. Which, oh wait — who was the guy who told the N.F.L. to ban the players who kneeled? Oh, that was Donald Trump? I guess that was different.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“Trump started this year thinking he should be on Mount Rushmore, now he can’t even get on Instagram.” — JIMMY FALLON
“Right now, Trump’s phone is stuffed into a pile of rice after being drenched with tears.” — JIMMY FALLON
“Seriously, in one weekend, Trump’s phone became a $2,000 flashlight.” — JIMMY FALLON
The Bits Worth Watching
Joss Stone sang “Walk With Me” on “The Late Show.”
What We’re Excited About on Tuesday Night
The actress Brie Larson will appear on Tuesday’s “A Little Late With Lily Singh.”