Late night host Jimmy Kimmel got his revenge on former president Donald Trump Monday evening on his show, and his comments are almost guaranteed to enrage the failed ex-president.

Trump started the latest feud with Kimmel with comments he made over the weekend at a campaign rally, telling attendees:

“I saw Jimmy Kimmel said that his show’s practically dead because nobody that likes Trump will watch,” Trump crowed. “And guess what? That turned out to be a majority of the people. The show is dead and so are the other ones!”

That led Kimmel to directly address Trump, noting:

“That’s right. Our show is dead. Our show is so dead he’s going to bury it next to his ex-wife at one of his golf courses.”

The host then added:

“You know what’s dead? I’ll tell you what’s dead. All those endangered animals your chinless son shot. That’s what’s dead. You know what’s dead? The look in your wife’s eyes when you beg her for sex on your birthday.

“And I will say. In January our show will have been on for 20 years, you got kicked out after four, okay?”

As for other things that are “dead” in Donald Trump’s world, consider this partial list of just the legal travails facing the disgraced former president, courtesy of the BBC:

The Department of Justice is looking into the removal of government documents from the White House, which were then taken to Mr. Trump’s Florida estate, Mar-a-Lago, after he left office. Investigators are assessing how these documents were stored and who may have had access to them.

  • Prosecutors in New York are examining the Trump Organization, the former president’s family company. There are two investigations in New York – one civil and the other criminal.
  • Mr. Trump’s alleged role in the attack on the US Capitol on 6 January 2021, when a mob of his supporters stormed the building in an effort to stop the confirmation of President Joe Biden’s election victory, is under scrutiny from several federal government bodies.
  • Prosecutors in the state (of Georgia) are looking into alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election result.

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