The comedians of late-night TV found common ground with their criticism of former national security adviser John Boltonâ€™s forthcoming tell-all book about his time in the Trump administration.
They called out Bolton for failing to divulge the bombshell allegations he details in his upcoming memoir â€• such as President Donald Trump asking for Chinaâ€™s help in his reelection â€• when they actually happened.
Instead, Bolton reportedly received a $2 million payout to write â€œThe Room Where It Happened,â€ which is slated for release (pending a legal challenge from the U.S. Department of Justice) next week.
â€œThe Daily Showâ€ host Trevor Noah called it â€œsome bullshitâ€ from Bolton.
â€œWho sees their country in terrible danger from an unhinged presidentâ€ and decides to write a book about it, he asked.
Check out Noahâ€™s monologue here:
â€œThe Late Showâ€ host Stephen Colbert mocked Bolton for standing â€œidly byâ€ while working in the White House and waiting on that book deal.
Check out Colbertâ€™s monologue here:
â€œThanks for telling us now,â€ said â€œLate Nightâ€ host Seth Meyers, who ripped Bolton with an analogy about a house fire.
â€œThereâ€™s no one to root for in a Trump v Bolton fight,â€ he said. â€œTheyâ€™re both megalomaniacs, sociopaths looking out for themselves. Itâ€™s a real â€˜Alien vs Predatorâ€™ situation.â€
Check out Meyersâ€™ monologue here:
Jimmy Kimmel, meanwhile, poked fun at one particular detail in the book:
And â€œThe Tonight Showâ€ host Jimmy Fallon suggested another way Trump may try to stop people from reading the memoir:
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