Watch Jimmy Kimmel's Stormy Daniels Interview in Full: Did They Really Measure Donald Trump's Penis Using Carrots?

Right after President Donald Trump gave his first State of the Union address Tuesday night, Jimmy Kimmel gave porn star Stormy Daniels her own platform to address the nation.

Earlier this month, The Wall Street Journal reported that Trump's personal lawyer arranged a $130,000 payout to Daniels before the 2016 presidential election to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Trump.

Daniels—real name Stephanie Clifford—appeared on Tuesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live under somewhat bizarre circumstances: Her rumored nondisclosure agreement means she can't talk about her alleged tryst with Trump in a hotel room in 2006. So, instead, Kimmel decided to beat around the bush and ask her questions indirectly.

Watch the full interview below:

In a moment unimaginable concerning any other sitting president, Kimmel's interview with the adult film actor concluded with the late-night star asking Daniels to identify which of three carrots, all in varying sizes, most resembled Trump's genitalia.

It was just the latest embarrassing Trump punchline since he took office in January 2017, but also one that would otherwise horrify the American public were it about any other president.

But such is the lowly expectation of decorum set by the current administration that a late-night talk show host and a porn star talking about the president's penis on national television is just another day in U.S. politics.

Earlier on the show, Kimmel defended his right to have Daniels on his sofa, responding to Trump supporters who feel it is disrespectful of the presidency to invite her on.

Kimmel retorted by pointing out that back in October 2016, before the final presidential debate between Trump and Hillary Clinton, the then-Republican candidate "showed up two hours before the debate with three women who accused Bill Clinton of inappropriate sexual behavior. He live-streamed a press conference with those women and then sat them in the audience for the debate, in the front row, so they could be in the eyeline of Bill Clinton's wife, Hillary."

"So, to those of you whose magical thinking allows them to say it's disrespectful for me to have Stormy Daniels on the show, I give you exhibit A," said Kimmel, showing a picture on screen of the Trump presser with Bill Clinton's accusers.