"The Tonight Show" host said Biden's approval rating has "skyrocket to 11 percent" after Manchin agreed to support Inflation Reduction Act.
Comedians are increasingly targeting the president as he deals with a plummeting approval rating.
"Hahahahaha Duke really needed that night swim," one user said.
Kimmel questioned why the president hasn't used executive orders to bring in gun control.
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The ABC Dallas affiliate WFAA cut away from Kimmel's monologue after he called out "cowardly" senators for "listening to the NRA" after the shooting in Uvalde.
As Corden's name has surfaced in Doctor Who rumors, social media users have shared their reactions about the host—and most appear to be negative.
Kimmel pointed out Greene's gun-heavy political ads and claimed he receives a dozen death threats from the congresswoman's supporters each day.
Everyone was talking about Chris Rock and Will Smith and the TV hosts had to address the slap. Here's a roundup of the best talk-show jokes.
The comedian criticized several reporters for their coverage of the Russian invasion in, what as some broadcasters put it, a "relatively civilized" country.
"There's nothing more depressing than getting dumped by your accountant during tax season," Kimmel quipped.
The late-night host shared a tearful monologue about his friend, whom he described as "the sweetest."
"Someone told me that they hope I die today, which did feel extreme," Corden said on "The Late Late Show."
"If he didn't break the law, we should change the law," Colbert said on "The Late Show."
"It's all the unexpressed love; the grief that will remain with us," the actor said on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
The video splices together clips from various cartoons, with characters mocking Gosar.
"There is a stampede, not only out of Afghanistan, but a stampede away from high prices," Sean Hannity said on his show.
A flurry of "deep-dive tell-all" books about the end of the Trump administration are being published, Colbert told viewers in his Wednesday night monologue.
"We heard that story, and the next time we do that bit we absolutely won't involve or use any of those foods," said Corden on The Howard Stern Show.
Conan O'Brien's late-night career is coming to an end after 21 years, but he is going out with a bang before switching to HBO Max.
"I am proud to say that we are the first show back up on Broadway," Stephen Colbert said to the audience of more than 420 vaccinated guests, many of whom were not wearing masks.
"Ted Cruz is not human—he's a moist, gelatinous tubeworm whose elastic band pants are filled with an inky discharge every time he speaks," Kimmel said in his Monday night moologue.
"The CDC is relying on unvaccinated Americans to be honest with each other, which is never gonna happen," Colbert said on Monday's installment of the "Late Show."
"Somehow a simple pillow salesman from Minnesota got to the bottom of the deepest conspiracy in the history of American politics," Jimmy Kimmel said introducing the MyPillow CEO.
The late-night host made sure his crew was paid when the pandemic saw television studios shut down last year—and he paid them out of his own money, Newsweek has learned.
"Another gun fetishist weighing in on the tragedy is Colorado representative and H.R. supervisor for John Wick, Lauren Boebert," Colbert said on Tuesday night.
"I always love Zack Snyder and I think the story behind this 'Snyder Cut' is really one for the ages," Leto told Stephen Colbert.
Trump released a statement saying that he was responsible for the progress with the vaccines due to his administration's Operation Warp Speed.
"Congratulations, tomorrow's going to be a great morning, Britain," Colbert joked on Tuesday's installment of "The Late Show."