The frequent critic of President Trump made on Monday evening during his monologue about "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" The announcement.
"It is unfortunate that these people, these workers, who have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall, will not get paychecks, especially right after the holidays," said Kimmel.
"Tonight and every night to a standstill, we'll have a federal employee work on the show here," Kimmel told his first temporary employee, John Kostelnik
Kostelnik, a jailer in a Victorville federal prison. California said to Kimmel that he "hopes" when the closure ends, and answered "absolutely" when Kimmel asked him if he had anything against it. In this fight for the wall he was used as a plaything. Parts of the federal government were closed on December 22 after Congress and the White House had not reached a contract of sale, and President Trump has demanded that Congress spend more than $ 5 billion to finance a wall on the border between
The funding went to about a quarter of the federal government, including funding for the ministry Homeland Security, the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development.
Kimmel gave Kostelnik the task of playing the tambourine with his show band, which was filled with cheers, applause and laughter by the audience.
"This is called problem solving "People," joked Kimmel as Kostelnik joined the band.
Kimmel fulfilled his promise in a second n night by hiring Mark Munoz, who works for the US Forest Service Fire Department. "Today is Day 18 of government shutdown. Today it is the second longest of all times. And Trump says he'll keep the government shut for years if he has to until he gets that wall. As a result of this hostage-taking. "" 800,000 government employees are not paid in their third week, "Kimmel said before introducing Munoz.
Munoz told Kimmel that he had fought the forest fires that were burning California a few months ago, and Devasta communities.
Munoz said he received his last paycheck last week and still has to work without pay.
Kimmel instructed Munoz to take responsibility for Guillermo Rodriguez, Kimmels Sidekick on stage, for the night. Kimmel gave Munoz a fake mustache to resemble Rodriguez.
It is not clear whether Kimmel pays the federal employees or when they receive compensation from his team.