BREAKING: Jimmy Kimmel gets triggered by Trump's Truth Social post during Oscars, retaliates with comment about 'jail time'

Trump is living rent-free in Kimmel's head.


Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel closed out the Academy Awards Sunday night by reading a review of the ceremonies that President Donald Trump posted on Truth Social.

Before the final award for Best Picture, Kimmel took to the stage and pulled out his phone to read select parts of Trump’s review which stated, “Has there EVER been a WORSE HOST than Jimmy Kimmel at The Oscars. His opening was that of a less than average person trying too hard to be something which he is not, and never can be."

The 45th President continued, "Get rid of Kimmel and perhaps replace him with another washed up, but cheap, ABC 'talent,' George Slopanopoulos. He would make everybody on stage look bigger, stronger, and more glamorous."

Trump also called the awards show “a really bad politically correct show,” as well as  “disjointed, boring and very unfair.”

Kimmel appeared to skip over some of the part of Trump's post which stated, "Why don't they just give the Oscars to those who deserve them? Maybe that way their audience and TV ratings will come back from the depths."

The former host of The Man Show, who has previously dressed in blackface and made degrading gestures toward women, did not mention Trump by name but asked the audience to guess which former president just posted the comments.

He thanked Trump for watching and retorted “Isn’t it past your jail time?”

The comedian has a history of adding political commentary during hosting gigs. During his opening monologue, Kimmel mocked Republican Alabama Sen. Katie Britt for her response to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union and praised Hollywood unions.

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