The comedian dissected what he says is Republicans' strategy to obfuscate their way out of the impeachment inquiry.
Trump has said "foistered" at least three times in one week.
Kimmel said that Trump has lied "approximately 14,000 times since he took office" on Wednesday night, after a Trump spokesperson said Kimmel should retract and correct a mistruth on his talk show.
While millions of Americans don't take all of their vacation days, Trump is "hard at work not working," Kimmel joked.
"Basically, Trump got into the White House the same way that Lori Loughlin got her kid into USC," Kimmel joked.
"I guess Melania's Be Best campaign hasn't quite started to kick in," Kimmel joked.
"How about this: You stop being terrible, we'll stop pointing it out," Kimmel said.
"Maybe these guys just went over there to eat," the comedian mused.
"Orlando had planned this for a while," a Bloom source told People this month. "He wanted it all to be special."
"No, no. I don't want him. Jimmy, that face for eternity? Ew."
Jimmy Kimmel hit out at Donald Trump Jr. after the president's son questioned Christine Blasey Ford's fear of flying.
Fox News host Sean Hannity has "had enough" of the "vicious" attacks on First Lady Melania Trump.
Jimmy Kimmel says he knows who the anonymous White House official author of the infamous "New York Times" op-ed is.
The two also discussed whether or not Trump still calls his former press secretary.
Just about every late-night host had a field day with the Trump-Putin summit and news conference.
The incident resulted in Dick being removed from the show.
"She did ask for a headlamp on Mother's Day," the comedian quipped.
"The president was there to meet the freed men—along with Melania, who is hoping to be freed next," Colbert said.
The saga continues.
"Get a haircut, you hippy!"