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Trump Slams Late Night TV Hosts In Latest Twitter Rant

Trump is not happy with late night TV hosts who constantly direct their humor at conservative politicians. As part of his Presidential duties, he took to Twitter early Saturday morning and suggested that Republicans should get as much TV coverage as liberal comedians. His legal precedent appears to be a Federal Communications Commission policy that requires equal air time for candidates during elections.

Trump's tweets were equivalent to a child complaining, "It's not FAIR!"

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David Shepardson set the record straight:

Maybe Trump saw Fox & Friends criticizing late night TV hosts for their constant assault on Republicans:

Late night personalities Seth Myers and Jimmy Kimmel were happy to respond to the President's tweets:

Trump's latest Twitter tantrum came two weeks after Kimmel condemned the GOP's relentless attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. The ACA was instrumental in caring for people with pre-existing conditions, like Kimmel's son, who was born with congenital heart disease. Later, reports surfaced that Kimmel consulted New York Senator and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer for material to use in his monologue.

Kimmel's response was both funny and heartbreaking:

Here’s what happened. My wife and I were worried about health care. We didn’t like what the Republicans were doing, so we decided to have a baby with congenital heart defects. And then once we had that going for us, I went on TV, I spoke out, and we may have stopped Cassidy-Graham. I still can’t believe we pulled it off, but we did!

One Twitter user had a succinct suggestion for 45:

H/T: EW, Chicago Sun Times, Twitter, The Hill