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White House of Cards
President Trump named the hosts of "Fox and Friends" on Thursday morning. Before turning into an almost uninterrupted 30-minute monologue, they asked him what he had got for his wife Melania, who was celebrating her birthday. He admitted that he had not bought her a gift, but got her "a nice card".
"How did Trump confuse the lightest question in the world?" – TREVOR NOAH
" This is the question you are not lying about?" – JAMES CORDEN
"You are a billionaire, do you have a card for your wife? Do you know what she tolerates? I think she's made a shopping spree – I'll say she's worth about $ 130,000. "- STEPHEN COLBERT
Trump suggested that his wife's birthday was the reason for the reputation Noah said that he sounded like a non-sequitur at best.
"Why did Trump say he called in Fox and Friends because was Melania's birthday? What does that mean? He says," Darling, I have one today big party planned for us: I'll talk to some TV people while I'm in the bathroom. "" Oh, thank you, Donald. My life is a beautiful dream. TREVOR NOAH
Kim's Nuclear Strategy
Spoilers: Kim Jong-un could not act entirely in good faith Noah pointed out that Chinese scientists say Kim's main nuclear testing facility had collapsed – which coincided with his meeting on Friday South Korean President Moon Jae-in put a new light on
"Whoa, Whoa, Whoa, Whoa! Part of the agreement that Kim Jong-un makes is to give up the test site that he has already destroyed? I did not know that "Art of the Deal" was translated into Korean. That's a smooth thing. "- TREVOR NOAH
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