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Trump Just Took On His Late-Night Host Critics In A Rambling Speech At A South Carolina Rally

By Vanessa Nix Anthony

Apparently, the truth is much stranger than fiction in this Idiocracy-administration-come-to-life because, instead of focusing on the very important business of the presidency (seriously, he could pick on any one of of his recent disasters to fix: world trade, the stock market, immigration), President Donald J. Trump decided to go all in on late night comedians—including the innocuous and much-beloved Jimmy Fallon.

This time at Gov. McMaster's rally:  

I mean, honestly, are these people funny? And I can laugh at myself. Frankly, if I couldn't I'd be in big trouble. But there's no talent, he's not, they're not like, talented people.

Trump's latest foray into pettiness was tipped off by an interview Fallon did with The Hollywood Reporter, where the comedian admitted he regretted ruffling Trump's hair playfully during a pre-election appearance on The Tonight Show and humanizing him.  

This, of course, triggered an angry tweet from the President who told Fallon to "Be a man!"