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Trump normally tweets a lot. But since Woodward’s book release, he’s been going a little nuts. The comics take a look in Best of Late Night.

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Veteran journalist Bob Woodward’s book has Trump panicking. How do the comics know? Find out in Best of Late Night.
Eileen Rivers, USA TODAY Opinion

Trump normally tweets a lot. But since Woodward’s book release, he’s been going a little nuts. The comics take a look in Best of Late Night.

It’s unclear what the record is for strange and erratic tweets from President Donald Trump in one day.  But Monday morning, the president went a tad overboard, according to late-night comic Jimmy Kimmel.

Trump tweeted in response to allegations in veteran reporter Bob Woodward’s book “Fear.” The book details chaos in the White House and was officially released today, but passages from it have been quoted so frequently that much of America probably feels like they’ve already read it. 

In one morning, Trump called Woodward a liar, said the reporter was in the pocket of the Democratic Party, patted himself on the back for the economy and stated that he would write his own book. How would Kimmel have treated an employee of his who tweeted that much in one morning? He would send him home for mental health issues. Take a look at today’s Best of Late Night, above, to find out what old Trump tweet is especially ironic. 

And Seth Meyers challenges Trump to write a book. But what would the president do about the appendix? Find out in Best of Late Night. 

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Follow Eileen Rivers on Twitter @msdc14. 

 

   

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