The former president “is in good spirits and is looking forward to recovering at home,” the Carter Center said.
After the president said Washington had conducted personal business while in office, the historical jokes started to roll in.
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Noah thinks he’s figured out the president’s strategy: One scandal gets you kicked out of office. “But with seven in one day? Ain’t nobody got time for that.”
The “Daily Show” host was taken aback to see the Trump sons, of all people, give Hunter Biden trouble for capitalizing on the family name.
In 2016, the Marine Corps said it had wrongly identified another of the men in the famous photograph.
“Everyone gets in,” Trevor Noah joked about Tuesday’s debate, in which a record 12 candidates participated.
The president’s evolving position on Rudy Giuliani reminded Noah of a “Lord of the Rings” character: “We haven’t spoken to Rudies. We speak to Rudies all the time!”
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“If Trump can’t rely on Fox News to make himself feel better, what can he watch?” Seth Meyers joked after a poll found strong support for impeaching the president.
“It’s all detailed in the epic poem ‘The Idiod,’” Stephen Colbert joked on Wednesday.
President Trump stopped an ambassador from testifying in the impeachment inquiry because he was afraid the man would “exonerate him too much,” Noah said.
“Or as I like to call it, a Kurd pro quo,” Trevor Noah joked Monday.
The oldest living former president, who is 95, “feels fine,” the Carter Center said.