Jimmy Kimmel has targeted Donald Trump for continuing to campaign after his positive COVID-19 diagnosis and subsequent treatment.
Although the president has apparently tested negative for the coronavirus and White House doctors argue that it is no longer contagious, Kimmel has criticized Trump for staging maskless rallies in Pennsylvania and Florida and potentially spreading the disease. disease to its supporters.
“Trump did about an hour of material in Florida and he killed – he really killed,” he said on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Tuesday. “We have to wait two weeks to see how much he killed, but he definitely killed.”
He also discussed Trump’s rally in Pennsylvania, joking that the president seemed “on to something” as he pretended not to take COVID-19 drug and “felt little love droplets in the body.” air”.
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Kimmel then mocked a photo of Trump, whom he called “Spready Kruger,” throwing masks at a crowd without a mask. He also shared video clips and made fun of Trump supporters who said how they weren’t afraid of the virus outside of his rally.
Kimmel then contrasted the rallies Trump holds versus his opponent, Joe Biden. He praised Biden for hosting virtual or drive-through rallies while mocking Trump for potentially spreading the virus.
“So no one caught the virus at the Joe Biden rallies, while the president is touring Corona-Palooza across the country,” he joked.
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The late-night host went on to criticize Trump’s recent feud with infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci after getting angry with the Trump campaign for taking some of his words out of context, alleging apparently Fauci was on board with Trump’s plan to reopen the country. .
“Despite the doctor’s warning, Trump is doubling the number of fake Fauci approvals,” Kimmel said, before reading a doctored video that makes it seem like Fauci is praising Trump’s response to COVID-19.
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“I’m glad they’re finally on the same page,” Kimmel concludes.