Jimmy Kimmel: Trump Can Hardly Tell Ivanka From Melania

Frederick Owens
September 24, 2017

Moreover, Kilmeade's Thursday statement that Kimmel is "doing a great job bringing the dialogue out" is fundamentally inconsistent with his Wednesday statement that Kimmel is a "Hollywood elite" who is "pushing [his] politics on the rest of the country".

Kimmel added, "I guarantee [Trump] doesn't know anything about this Graham-Cassidy bill". Bill Cassidy (R-La.) pledged his guiding principle for designing legislation would be ensuring that children like Kimmel's son would have all the necessary care. The talk show host mentioned how Kilmeade "kisses [his] a** like a little boy meeting Batman" when the two have met.

"He follows me on Twitter, he asked me to write a blurb for his book, which I did". Kimmel also accused Kilmeade of "kissing his ass" and clamoring to be a member of the Hollywood elite himself.

ADVERTISEMENTKimmel said the only reason Kilmeade isn't a member of the Hollywood elite is because "nobody will hire him to be one". Or could it be, Senator Cassidy, that the problem is that I do understand, and that you got caught with your G-O-Penis out? I'm not going ― I piss on your ― you're not real shows, you're frauds, you're crap, you're the enemy, you're cancer, you're grandma dying of a heart attack, you're grandpa with a brain tumor, you're failure, you're betrayal, you're anathema, you're a blaspheme (sic). Cassidy earlier in the week, Kimmel responded Wednesday night by calling Kilmeade a "phony little creep".

Kilmeade's snark was in re the previous night's Jimmy Kimmel Live, in which ABC's late-night host had pounded the GOP's latest last-ditch effort to kill Obamacare.

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Kilmeade said he had also met Kimmel at an "American Idol" finale taping, during which Kimmel had given Kilmeade an interview.

If Kimmel is making exposing a secretive and cynical health care repeal process part of his job, it's only because too numerous nation's journalists aren't making it part of theirs. "That is my blurb", the late night host said. This general issue is deeply and understandably personal to Kimmel because of his son's condition.

According to the report, Schumer's office "provided technical guidance and info about the bill, as well as stats from various think tanks and experts on the effects of [Graham-Cassidy]".

And this is what I would like to say on this: I hope your son gets better.

"Right now, there's a bipartisan group of senators working to improve the healthcare system we have", Kimmel said on his show. "They're against it. We haven't seen this many people come forward to speak out against a bill since Cosby".

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