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Jimmy Kimmel Finds It Fitting That Trump’s Neighbors Don’t Want Him

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President Trump’s would-be neighbors in Palm Beach, Fla., are opposing his plan to move to his Mar-a-Lago resort after he leaves the White House next month, citing the 1993 agreement Trump signed converting the property from a private residence into a social club.

“What an interesting turn of events,” Jimmy Kimmel said Wednesday. “This started with Donald Trump’s father, who made his fortune evicting people from their homes; now it ends with his son getting evicted from not one, but two houses in one month. In other words, God exists and has a very good sense of humor about all of this.”

“Yeah, wow. If Tom Cruise worked in the White House we could have had the vaccine back in April.” — JIMMY FALLON

“For the last nine months, that’s pretty much how Dr. Fauci has felt on the inside.” — JIMMY FALLON

“What’s amazing is when Tom delivered that rant he was hanging off a 163-story building.” — JIMMY FALLON

“Now, as intense as that sounds — and it does sound intense — that’s just the audio. He said all of that while halo jumping from a C-17 onto the minute hand of Big Ben. Yes, Tom Cruise does all of his own rants.” — STEPHEN COLBERT

“Now, the recording goes on for more than three minutes. Much like the ‘Mission: Impossible’ franchise itself, it gets kind of repetitive, but it never lets up on the adrenaline.” — STEPHEN COLBERT

Samantha Bee dedicated Wednesday’s “Full Frontal” episode to the Georgia runoff elections.

President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. and the incoming first lady, Dr. Jill Biden, will check in with Stephen Colbert on Thursday’s “Late Show.”

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