Kimmel reveals the strangest moments in Trump's $99 new book.
“As Republicans declare war on Disney, I know whose side I’m on..." the former secretary of state captioned the image.
The MSNBC host used the ex-president's own words against him.
Douglass Mackey urged supporters of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton to “vote” via text or social media, knowing those endorsements were not legally valid votes.
The Florida judge who imposed the sanctions raked Trump as a "mastermind of strategic abuse of the judicial process.”
The debate might've been even weirder than we thought.
“That person is married to the speaker of the House, who’s of a different political party.”
At a recent rally, the former president was "ranting and raving for more than an hour, and you have these rows of young men with their arms raised," said Clinton.
"I'm sorry... what?" the puzzled host of the "Late Show" asked.
The former secretary of state detailed the strict protocol for the kind of classified material that Trump may have stashed at home.