He's like that guy who "tells you what he'd do in a fight" but is too "busy" to actually fight, scoffs "The Daily Show" host.
"They've been taping his ass the whole time," says "The Daily Show" spoof promo for the compilation.
Adam Driver plays Jeffrey Epstein, who's "just hangin'" down there and delighted to see his lawyer.
The British actor and comedian called the Facebook founder and CEO a friendless, “misguided child."
Trump claimed he could inform Congress of military action via Twitter.
Rachel Dratch's Amy Klobuchar reminds everyone: "I'm here, I'm square. Get used to it."
Wacky Broadway homage with "Saturday Night Life" crew, John Mulaney and David Byrne skewers New York airport.
“I might be fifth in the polls, but I’m No. 1 in your nightmares, Mike,” McKinnon tells Armisen when "Mike Pence" presser goes off the rails in cold open.
She has no regrets about the race; now she has extra time to prank-call big banks.
Colin Jost couldn't believe Trump attacked Romney at a National Prayer Breakfast for citing his religion for his impeachment trial decision.
"Lie Witness News" has people weighing in on North and South Korea reuniting, Trump making friendship bracelets with the Taliban and more.
“Ok, I’m guilty, but it ain’t no thang," Baldwin's Trump admits.
And Rachel Dratch's Debbie Downer piles on the bad news about COVID-19 in a gas mask at a wedding reception.
Maybe he shouldn't have kissed the flag at CPAC, hints Colin Jost.
"The Daily Show" correspondent openly trolled Trump supporters in a series of on-the-ground interviews.