Entertainment Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel link Trump's turkey pardon, odd Randy Quaid retweets, Giuliani

18:20  25 november  2020
18:20  25 november  2020 Source:   theweek.com

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— jimmy kimmel . “Five Randy Quaid retweets . Two, sure. Three, that’ s pushing it. “ Quaid , of course, is most famous for trying to erect a Randy Quaid museum, or claiming he’ s on the run from a celebrity-killing organization called the Hollywood Star Whackers, or showing up in court wearing a

In the annual tradition, Trump pardoned the National Thanksgiving Turkey in the Rose Garden. Computer repairman John Paul Mac Isaac, who gave a copy of the laptop to Rudy Giuliani , shuttered his Delaware store and a neighbor said he left town.

President Trump pardoned a turkey on Tuesday, and The Late Show turned that into a dark, Thelma and Louise-themed comedy.

a person standing in front of a group of people posing for the camera: Trump pardons a turkey © Screenshot/YouTube/Jimmy Kimmel Live Trump pardons a turkey

Yes, Seth Meyers said at Late Night, "Trump today presided over the annual Thanksgiving White House turkey pardon — though the Southern District of New York reminded the turkey that he could still be prosecuted for state crimes."

The pardoned turkey, Corn, was "a lucky, lucky bird — to have a better legal team than the president," Stephen Colbert joked at The Late Show. But "there you have it: An innocent turkey pardoned by a lame duck." Trump is "distancing himself from the national embarrassment that is Rudy Giuliani," his lawyer, who amazingly "wasn't always the troll living under America's bridge," and he's "looking to align himself with the more reputable figure" of Randy Quaid, Colbert deadpanned, going through Trump's retweets of the colorful actor's posts, especially a video Quaid shared. "I believe he's using what's known as mood lighting. The mood? Peyote bender."

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Appearing with first lady Melania Trump in front of the White House, the president made brief remarks thanking healthcare workers and researchers working on a Covid-19 vaccine, and the US armed services who he said put Trump ignores questions after pardoning Corn the turkey – video.

Trump Even Made Pardoning Turkeys About Obama - Продолжительность: 2:18 The Late Show with Stephen Colbert 982 111 просмотров. PROOF: The World is Laughing at Donald Trump - Продолжительность: 9:22 Jimmy Kimmel Live 4 611 994 просмотра.

"Trump took a break from his busy schedule of retweeting Randy Quaid and carried out the presidential tradition of pardoning a turkey," Jimmy Fallon said at The Tonight Show. "The bird needed to be pardoned after it was let down by its bumbling lawyer, Rooster Giuliani." It turns out "people could go online and vote for the turkey they wanted pardoned, Corn or Cob," he added, but "Corn might have won because the vote was rigged by Hugo Chavez."

With Trump's legal avenues blocked, his administration "paved the way for what has been the most highly anticipated transition since Caitlyn Jenner," Jimmy Kimmel said on Kimmel Live. But Trump isn't conceding, and "he isn't happy with Fox News, or some of his fellow Republicans. This morning he expressed that displeasure by retweeting actor Randy Quaid" five times, including that bizarre "video attack on Fox News." Kimmel laughed "Look out kids, Santa's been eating bath salts this year," he said. "Randy Quaid, let's just say he makes Gary Busey look like Dr. Fauci."

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Donald Trump attempts political satire in Thanksgiving turkey pardon – video. It was Forrest Gump who declared: “Jenny and me was like peas and It was, indeed, a somewhat joyless occasion. Trump , much mocked by late-night comedians such as Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel , trying

Trump retweeted Randy Quaid saying Fox News 'forgot what made them successful'. As part of his arguments he was the winner in November, Trump also retweeted five tweets from actor Randy Quaid , the disgraced actor who once sought asylum in Canada as he fled legal challenges in California.

"Now, you might remember Randy Quaid as the nutty Cousin Eddie from Christmas Vacation, or as the nutty fighter pilot from Independence Day, or as the nutty criminal fugitive from real life," James Corden said at The Late Late Show. Still, "five Randy Quaid retweets! Two, sure; three, pushing it. Five? I think that makes him secretary of agriculture." Watch below.

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