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Droplets of Love
Some late-night hosts are taking a break for the week, but Jimmy Kimmel and Trevor Noah were on the job Tuesday to mock President Trump’s first rally since his Covid-19 diagnosis. Trump appeared maskless in Sanford, Fla., on Monday, telling the crowd he was feeling great.
“The president claims to be off his Covid meds, but he seems to be on something, because last night, he was feeling little droplets of love in the air,” Kimmel said. He was referring to Trump’s remark that he wanted to walk into the audience and “kiss the guys and the beautiful women.”
“After a week of being forced to quarantine, Donald J. Trump is back on the campaign trail doing what he loves most — spreading Covid-19.” — TREVOR NOAH
“Trump did about an hour of material in Florida, and he killed. He really killed. We’ll have to wait a week or two to see how many he killed, but he definitely killed.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“This rally in Florida was packed with thousands of maskless people, all there to see their beloved Spready Krueger.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“I mean, this just shows you how powerful Trumpism is. His supporters think that his success is their success. They’re running around that rally like they got over Covid: ‘Yeah, we’re immune, baby!’ They’re like that with everything Trump does: ‘Yeah, we got tax cuts, baby!’ No, [expletive], he got his tax cut — you’re unemployed.” — TREVOR NOAH
The Bits Worth Watching
Anita Hill told Noah why she was endorsing Joe Biden for president.
What We’re Excited About on Wednesday Night
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