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"Honest, witty and kind. The world will be a little less funny without him now he had run down the curtain and joined the choir invisible."
“I don’t know what you say to people like that.”
“You were my comedy hero until I read this subtle/not subtle piece of racism."
The comedy legend called the president "a sleazy, corrupt, egotistical and mendacious sociopath."
"I think sociopaths use it."
“Most ‘Python’ fans aren’t Trump fans."
“Why do you call it football? It’s handball!"