The "Late Night" comedian nailed the Fox News personality's scaremongering delivery -- and his network's contradictory take on COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
The former New York mayor imitated Queen Elizabeth in a 9/11 anniversary address described as "incoherent" by the "Late Night" comedian.
“Sitting here tonight, I’m so grateful to you and to everyone there for saving my life, OK? That night I was not grateful,” he told Seth Meyers.
"One day we're going to wake up and Brian Kilmeade's going to be telling people you can cure COVID by eating kibble and sleeping in kitty litter."
“Well, she’s right about one thing. You didn’t see crisis after crisis if you were watching Fox."
Trump told his supporters to get the COVID-19 vaccine and they did not react well.
The former president falsely claimed that COVID-19 was "virtually gone" when he left office.
Mike Lindell suddenly took on the "exhausted energy of a substitute teacher," Meyers quipped.
Donald Trump's former attorney has reportedly not received any assistance with his increasing legal troubles.
"Maybe Trump is just mad because the U.S. women's national team is both more successful and more popular than he is."