Kimmel Made a Short Documentary About All of Trump’s Best Lies

Congratulations are in sequence for Donald Trump, who has managed a groundbreaking feat as president: in reduction than a year given holding office, a boss has lied some-more than 2,000 times, according to The Washington Post. For a presidency with so few petrify achievements, that’s means adequate for celebration. So Jimmy Kimmel went forward and done a commemorative documentary for this really special occasion—recruiting “experts,” including a (fake) Washington Post fact-checker, to tell a full, riveting story recapping all of Trump’s best lies in office.

“He is, utterly simply, a Babe Ruth of bullshit,” Post fact-checker impression Geoffrey Russk says early on in a brief doc, patrician Pants of Fire: The Road to 2,000 Lies. “He is a biggest liar of all time.”

As Kimmel’s experts noted, Trump got off to a peppery start, logging distortion after distortion in a days following his inauguration: he lied about a continue during a ceremony, a throng size, and his feat domain over Hillary Clinton. “What can we review it to?” Russk wonders aloud in a doc. “Michael Phelps in ‘08? Roger Bannister using a four-minute mile? A immature Tiger Woods? It’s unfathomable.”

The many surreal partial of all of this is how most time a boss has left to tell even some-more lies. As epistemology highbrow “Jakob Milden” noted, “He’s got 3 some-more years. Or maybe even seven. Or maybe 6 months. Who a ruin knows?”

Matt LeBlancSeth RogenTracy MorganJimmy KimmelKevin HartMel Brooks and Carl Reiner

Matt LeBlanc

Matt LeBlanc

Seth Rogen

Seth Rogen

Tracy Morgan

Tracy Morgan

Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon

John Krasinski

John Krasinski

Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele

Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele

Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert

Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell

Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell

Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris

Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart

Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner

Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner

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