Donald Trump’s boorish behavior during this election season isn’t exactly a surprise to anyone who’s been paying attention to the news. He frequently insults his opponents with childish nicknames to his crowd of supporters, and though he’s largely moved away from that now that he has sewed up the GOP nomination, Jimmy Kimmel has no problem reminding his viewers of Trump’s bullying tactics.
On last night’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” Kimmel played a supercut of Trump’s nicknames for other candidates — Little Marco, Crazy Bernie, Crooked Hillary, etc. Then, he brought out his crew of Troompa Loompas again to sing a Wonka-esque number about Trump’s behavior, complete with breakdancing and a reference to Trump’s old reality show “The Apprentice.” Watch the video below.
Jimmy Kimmel started his career in radio as a host in Los Angeles before shifting to television. At Comedy Central, he was the co-host of the game show “Win Ben Stein’s Money,” before leaving to co-host “The Man Show.” His production company Jackhole Productions produced many shows for Comedy Central and MTV, including “Crank Yankers,” “Too Late With Adam Carolla,” and “The Andy Milonakis Show.” In 2003, Kimmel left “The Man Show” to host “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on ABC.
“Jimmy Kimmel Live!” airs weeknights at 11:35PM on ABC.