HBO host Bill Maher opened up his “comedy” show on Friday spouting a monologue that trashed the President of the United States in favor of the North Korean dictator, who wants to reduce this country “into ashes” with thermonuclear bombs.
“I love Kim,” quipped Maher in reference to North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un. “He called Trump a ‘dotard,’ which is one of those words that people have stopped using, like ‘presidential,’” joked Maher as he began his Trump-bashing hour on HBO’s “Real Time.”
“I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged U.S. dotard with fire,” the North Korean dictator said of President Trump on Friday, in response to the President’s having threatened to “totally destroy North Korea” if the U.S. finds itself in the position of having to defend Guam, the U.S. Mainland, or allies like South Korea and Japan from nuclear missiles.
The North Korean ruler’s use of the old-fashioned word has caused those who hate the President to latch onto yet another derogatory way to refer to Trump. Nevermind the fact that Kim has stated he wants to destroy America.
Troves of Trump-hating liberals have looked up the definition in the dictionary in an effort to be sure the word accurately conveys their shared (with with nuke-happy North Korean) perception of President Trump as “an old person, especially one who has become weak or senile,” according to the Oxford Dictionary.
“It’s from Shakespeare,” Maher said before shouting out to Trump, insinuating that he wouldn’t know anything about English literature. “And Mr. President, if you’re watching, Shakespeare was a guy a long time ago, he wrote plays. Plays are like a movie, but the people are really there.”
Maher also compared Kim Jong Un and President Trump’s war of words to “Fat Man and Little Boy,” in a reference to the atomic bombs of the same names which were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945.
— Dinesh D’Souza (@DineshDSouza) September 23, 2017
do·tard (dōdərd) noun
A word you didn’t previously know existed, but googled today and said, “Damn, that’s pretty accurate.”
— Funny Or Die (@funnyordie) September 22, 2017
President Trump referred to Kim as “Rocket Man” and “Little Rocket Man” on Friday night, stating, “We have some really, really bad people and we are going to take care of the bad people. It’s about time,” Trump declared. “We can’t have mad men out there shooting rockets all over the place.”
Liberal late night show host Stephen Colbert actually did come to Trump’s defense Friday night over Kim Jong-Un’s insult to Trump, saying only Americans should have the privilege of trashing the president.
Watch Maher proclaiming his love for the North Korean dictator below:
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