Jimmy Kimmel Flips Trump's Latest Swipe At Biden On Its Head
Things are going so well for Joe Biden that his predecessor Donald Trump had to attack the president from a new angle.
On Tuesday evening, "Jimmy Kimmel Live" broadcast a clip from Trump's latest interview on Newsmax.
"I think other people make most of the decisions, but I can be wrong, I don't know," Trump said of Biden. "I don't know him very well, but to be honest, someone makes decisions."
"Now that things are going well, you may not blame Joe Biden for turning the country around," said Jimmy Kimmel. "So Trump and his company like to say that someone else has to run the country."
The White House has successfully met its goal of getting 100 million COVID-19 vaccinations by the end of April. The target has since been expanded to 200 million. Biden has also raised the target of COVID-19 vaccine approval for all American adults to April 19.
Check out Kimmel's monologue below:
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