Michael Myers Has 1 Big Trump Regret In James Corden 'Halloween' Spoof

“That was a huge mistake," cracks "The Late Late Show" host as the fictional killer, looking back on his support for former President Donald Trump.

“Halloween” killer Michael Myers shows no remorse for his murders in a new spoof segment from “The Late Late Show” host James Corden.

Instead, the fictional character’s biggest anguish is getting swept up in former President Donald Trump’s divisive rhetoric and storming the U.S. Capitol as part of the Jan. 6 insurrection last year.

“That was a huge mistake,” Corden says as Myers in this week’s parody video, which documents the horror icon’s journey from Democrat to Trump devotee and back again.

“I guess I got caught up with all the other people there wearing masks and costumes, that’s totally my vibe, but it just got so out of hand, so fast,” he explains, later concluding: “People can change. I totally condemn Donald Trump now.”

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