“That thing was so loud, I bet someone made a noise complaint.” — TREVOR NOAH
“Now, I don’t know exactly what happened there, but if it’s what you think it is, it came through loud and clear.” — STEPHEN COLBERT
“Oh, that’s hilarious, ‘total exoneration.’ It’s a good joke by Swalwell, but it’s actually not fair to bring Trump into this because he’s the one person who wouldn’t try and hide it. He would try and own a giant fart. He would be, like, ‘That’s right, I farted and it was the biggest, most beloved fart of all time. You know Obama could never fart like this. He tried but he couldn’t get it done, folks, couldn’t do it!” — TREVOR NOAH
“Now, cards on the table, I didn’t want to talk about this. I saw the clip on Twitter before I went to bed last night. I didn’t click on it because I thought, ‘Surely this will pass.’ But it didn’t. This one lingered. Because — this is true — when I woke up this morning, #fartgate was still trending. Not only that, a reporter from BuzzFeed actually texted Representative Swalwell and said, ‘I’m really sorry about this, but I have to ask if this was you or someone in the studio,’ to which Swalwell replied, ‘It was not me! Ha. I didn’t hear it when I was speaking.’ ‘You look like you heard it, and are stifling a laugh.’ ‘I def did not hear it.’ Congressman, you claim you didn’t even hear it? Now we know it was you. That was established as admissible evidence in the landmark decision of ‘denied it v. supplied it.’” — STEPHEN COLBERT
“But MSNBC had Swalwell’s back, because late last night ‘Hardball’ actually tweeted, ‘Sorry to disappoint the conspiracy theorists — it was the ‘Hardball’ mug scraping across the desk. Get yours today!’ Not a great sales pitch: ‘Our mug will make millions of people think you just ripped one. Great stocking stuffer!’” — STEPHEN COLBERT
“Jimmy Kimmel Live” asked a few fans of the president for their thoughts about Trump’s fictional involvement in Watergate.